Sixty acres of magical trees, a one acre pond, and a three acre field. From the road there is a two hundred foot elevation gain to the top of the hill. Along the way are several hundred feet of rock ledges, caves, and critters. Most of the land is sloping, but the hilltop is flat as a table, with prehist
Sixty acres of magical trees, a one acre pond, and a three acre field. From the road there is a two hundred foot elevation gain to the top of the hill. Along the way are several hundred feet of rock ledges, caves, and critters. Most of the land is sloping, but the hilltop is flat as a table, with prehistoric-looking ferns under a dense canopy of mature trees.
The campsites are ultra secluded- about a quarter mile apart from each other.
Camp One is on the top of the hill, and a small car can be driven to within 150 feet of it. It is pretty flat, and surrounded by blackberry bushes, ferns, and trees.
Camp Two is on a bluff overlooking a picturesque swamp, filled with hemlock trees and ferns. This site can not be driven to with anything less than a real off-roader, so I consider it a hike in site. It is a ten minute walk from the pond and parking lot, but the view and feel is worth it.
Camp Three is accessible with a four wheel drive vehicle, something at least as high as an suv. It is the closest to the house and pond, but still far enough to feel secluded and completely private.
Throughout the property, there are many quiet places to hang out, flat spots to do yoga, trails to explore, and fishing and swimming in the beautiful pond. We are also just ten minutes from the Upper Delaware River, and all it has to offer.
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- Check in: After 12PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 2
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
- Response time: Within an hour
- Response rate: 100%
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Mountain biking on trails for serious riders. There are rock drop-offs and steep hills. A flat, family friendly four mile paved...Read more
Fish for large mouth bass right in our pond, or get a state license and fish any of the nearby bodies of water.
Don't even think about camping here if you are unable to do a little walking in the woods. There are trails throughout the prop...Read more
Use our kayak or paddle boat in the pond, or rent a canoe, kayak, or raft from one of the several companies along the Delaware.
The trails here are great for snowshoeing. During the winter the pond also freezes plenty thick for ice fishing...
Our pond has a dock with a ladder for easy in-out. It is clean and weed free. The pond is deep everywhere but the very edges, m...Read more
We have seen birds, deer, foxes, rabbits, porcupine, minks, and yes, coyotes, bears, and even a bobcat right here in the woods....Read more
Natural features you'll find at Quilted Woods in Pennsylvania.
Mostly deciduous trees, including maple, cherry and ash. A few stands of hemlock are scattered throughout. Campers may access a...Read more
The property begins at the road, and gains two hundred feet in elevation as it leads to a dead-flat hilltop. The surrounding ar...Read more
Swim in the pond, or drive to the Delaware.
There is a small swamp in the back corner of the property with a very different feel than the rest of the woods. It is covered ...Read more
The driveway is not paved. It is dirt and stone. A low sedan can make it up without issue, as long as the driver is paying atte...Read more
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Great private camp, great host.
This place is amazing!. If you're looking for a private camping experience surrounded by woods, a nice pond and trails to hike, this one is for you. Dan and his family were awesome, very attentive and helpful, always ready to help and quick to answer. We stayed in Camp #3 (first ones using it), just perfect!. Lots of shade, few min walk to the pond, very private.
Quiet, shaded, amazing.
Quilted woods blew my mind! The site was in pristine condition and Dan could not have been a better host. If you're looking for a quiet and private campsite that takes you away from your everyday THIS IS IT. I stayed on site #1 which is located up the road from Dan's house, it's right in the middle of the woods and has unbeatable shade (the tent even stayed cool in the morning heat). The fire pit is perfect and there's even a small table that keeps to wood dry (we also used the counter space to prep meals). We got to jump in the lake in the morning and it was refreshing as could be. A truly excellent experience! There are lots of hiking options in the area!
Great family camping experience!
Our stay at Quilted Woods was fantastic! We have 2 young kids (5&7) and a dog...everyone had a blast. Our host was friendly and accomdating, and left us a sweet fern and pinecone arrangement upon our arrival. The site was very private and we could let the kids explore freely at kid volume without having to worry about disturbing anyone else. We hiked, swam, kayaked, fished, and generally explored all within walking distance of the site. The highlight for the kids were all the Red Efts! They collected some to observe, then put them back in their nature home. Really a wonderful time. I highly recommend it, and am sure that we'll be heading back!
Secluded, safe and family friendly
This is a special place. Me, my wife, three kids (ages 8, 5, and 4), and family dog stayed here Father's Day weekend and had an absolutely amazing time. We stayed in site 1, which felt secluded but not unsafe. While you cound not park rght on tiop of the site, the walk from car to site was minimal- about 150 feet. Daniel and his family were incredibly gracious and made you feel at home. They were incredibly attentive, but in no way intrusive. The hiking trails were clearly marked and were hilly enough to work up a sweat but not too difficult for children. But its the pond that really takes this ste to another level. We had a ball swimming and jumping off the rock and floating deck. Daniel was kind enough to give us access to the kayaks, rowboat, and pedal boat, which we all had a blast on. On the way back home we already booked another weekend. A truly excellent experience
Quilted Woods was a wonderful place to stay for a long weekend. The site we chose was wooded, surrounded by ferns and quite secluded from the host's house. The pond on the property is lovely as well and a great spot for a quick dip. Do make sure you have a car that can get up rocky terrain, but if not, the host Dan is more than happy to help shuttle gear and whatnot. He was a very attentive and cordial host, who really loves his land and wants to share it with others. We were his very first campers and would gladly go back.
Secluded campers dream
My fiance and I just got back from our first trip to Quilted Woods and our camping experience was delightful. The propertys located close to the top of the mountain, nestled in thick untouched-forest. The actual campsite had all a camper would need including a table to prep meals, firewood with a fire pit, a bench, and a nice area to set up the tent. Our host Dan and and his wife were extremely accommodating and couldn't have been nicer. We can't wait to visit again!
Dan and his family immediately made us feel welcome greeting us with smiles and good energy. Their dog and three cats also came to say hello. Campsite #1 is a short walk from the main parking area or if you have a vehicle that can handle rougher terrain you can get closer to camp where there is another parking area. We have an old Honda so Dan kindly drove us and our gear up in one of his trucks. Campsite #1 is very secluded and set up with a fire pit, grill grate, picnic table, bench and firewood. Dan also set up a canopy tent over the picnic table one night when it was raining on and off which was super nice of him. There's lots of beautiful trails to explore lined with blackberries if the season is right. We took a walk down to campsite #2 which is in a lower, swampy area but equally secluded. There's a nice big platform there to set the tent up on and keep it off the wet ground and a great view of the swamp below. The POND is an OASIS! It's nice and big with lots of sunlight exposure and a paddle boat, kayak, tubes, and noodles which aided in our fun and relaxation.
All in all we had a great experience and will camp at Quilted Woods again. The sites are very secluded and if you need anything Dan is quick to answer and very accommodating. Also he's very knowledgable about the surrounding area should you be interested in hiking by the Delaware river or checking out the small towns nearby. HIGHLY suggest camping here!
Our family had a fantastic time at Quilted Woods with our host Dan. Dan answered all our questions and made sure that we were enjoying our stay throughout our visit . We stayed on the second camp site, called Blackberry Mesa. It was a quiet, secluded, and it felt like it was just us and the woods even though water and bathroom ( if required) was only 5-7 minute walk. The site was clean and came with a picnic table, fire pit, and two sitting logs. Great tree spacing if you want to hang a hammock. We hiked around the property, the trails were nice and easy to follow. We had an amazing time, thanks Dan!
Such a relaxed weekend
This was probably one of the best camping trips we've had. Beautiful woods, so easy going, we'll very likely be back here (Probably with a whole group of people next time)
The campsite was a perfect little clearing in the woods surrounded by blackberry bushes (Thus the name, Blackberry Mesa) The undergrowth was filled with ferns and the trees were young but dense enough to form a canopy with a little light filtering through the leaves. The campsite itself came with a picnic table, bench, fire pit, and a little working station we could put bags on and load firewood into.
There are walking paths all over the property and multiple campsites (some more isolated than others). There is also a great little pond towards the bottom of the property that you can swim/fish/hang out around. (There's a paddle boat and canoe available if you want to do what we did and just paddle to the center and watch the sky for a while)
We started off with plans to camp on site and head out to some of the local hiking spots (I think there are 2 great ones ~15 min and ~30 min away, and the Delaware river equally as close) but ended up staying on the property for the whole weekend. It just had such a chill vibe, and it felt like we had our own little homestead in the woods.
Dan was really dedicated to communication and hospitality. He was always busy tending to the grounds when we saw him, but made it a point to check-in and say ‘hello’ each time. He was more than gracious with ferrying our equipment up to the campsite (we were definitely over packed), was very respectful of privacy, and overall just a really upbeat guy with a passion for his land.