Woodloch Springs2018-10-26T18:01:26+00:00

Woodloch Springs

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In 1990 Woodloch launched it’s first community, Woodloch Springs.  The Springs is a premier residential community consisting of 438 acres of some of Pike County’s prettiest land nestled in the scenic Pocono Mountains.

The Springs consists of 402 residences and/or homesites, together with a wide range of amenities that include a championship 18-hole golf course; a pro shop, a spectacular clubhouse; 4 tennis courts; an outdoor swimming pool; a magnificent Sports Complex, an outdoor playground and acres of undisturbed natural areas for the use and enjoyment of the residents and members of Woodloch Springs.

There is a wide range of home ownership opportunites including Townhomes (attached units), Courtyard Homes, Custom Homesites and interval ownership in the form of the Four Season Country House.

All of Woodloch Communities are amenity rich.  At your doorstep is a 20,000 square foot Clubhouse, an 18 hole golf course, a driving range, basketball courts, tennis courts and a Sports Complex.  Then there’s Woodloch’s spa (The Lodge at Woodloch) named as one of the top spas in the world. Finally, there’s Woodloch Pines family Resort which features everything from water sking to nightly entertainment.  Regardless of the community you choose amenities abound.

Amenities

  • Resident Membership to Woodloch Springs
  • Access to Woodloch Pines – optional
  • Sports Complex Membership – membership is optional for owners whose homes have not been built, but is required once your home is completed
  • Recreation Area including basketball court, volley ball court and bocce courts
  • Four tennis courts
  • Community Center
  • 18 hole championship golf course with driving range
Services

  • 24/7 Security
  • 24/7 Maintenance
  • Landscaping services – optional
  • 24/7 EMT services
  • Housekeeping services – optional
Key Features

  • ½ acre to 1.5 acre parcels
  • Hiking trail
  • Gated community
  • Underground utilities
  • Paved roads
  • Lighted streets

The Woodloch Family