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We take reservations! They are recommended for Wednesday, Friday and Saturday!
Address - 150 East Park Avenue, Schwenksville, PA 19473
Crazy GPS Directions! If following GPS and turning off 29 onto East Park Avenue, sometimes called Schwenksville Road, (eventually becomes Shelly Road near 663) the GPS will want you to turn left...DON'T DO IT!!!!
Keep going straight and we'll be on your right!
Wednesday (1/2 Price Burger Night!) and Thursday - 4:00 pm to 9:00 pm (Happy Hour from 4 - 6)
Friday and Saturday 4:00 pm to 11:00 pm (Friday Happy Hour 4 - 6 and 9 - 11, Saturday 9-11)
Sunday 9:00 am - 1:00 pm Breakfast 1:00 pm - 8:00 pm Lunch and Dinner Served
Now you can enjoy Breakfast and Lunch Every Sunday at Woodside Lodge!
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Open from 9 AM to 8 PM
Breakfast served from 9:00 to 1:00 and children under 10 eat free!
(one free with each paying adult!)
RELAX AND REFRESH SO CLOSE TO ALL OF THE FUN!
Welcome to the Woodside Lodge at Spring Mountain, guests visiting Spring Mountain Ski Area for skiing, snowboarding or tubing or it's year round activities which include: Zipline/Canopy Tours, GeoCaching, Rock Climbing and Downhill Mountain Biking will enjoy having a unique and comfortable place to eat or stay. The Woodside Lodge is a Restaurant and Bed and Breakfast with Banquet Facilities that is centrally located for the many travelers who tour the attractions of Philadelphia, Lancaster, Montgomery, Chester, Berks and Bucks Counties.
The History of The Woodside -
On April 1, 2011, owners Rick and Gayle Buckman, purchased the Woodside Lodge, formerly know as the Woodside Inn and The Woodside Manor. As owners of Spring Mountain Ski Area located nearby, it seemed the perfect addition.
The Woodside Lodge is located on the back side of Spring Mountain. It was built in the early 1920's and is the last standing Inn among several that catered to that period's travelers who came by train to Schwenksville to escape Philadelphia 's Summer heat. The cool winds and the beaches then located along the Perkiomen Creek made Spring Mountain the place to be for the first half of the twentieth century. In fact, Rick's father worked as a bus-boy during his teenage years at the Woodside and his Aunt had her wedding reception there!
In poor condition, the vision was to restore the Woodside Lodge to the wonderful meeting place that so many travelers and locals remember and to compliment our existing businesses by providing overnight lodging and breakfast for our guests. A full bar, Buckman Tavern, and Restaurant are open to the public and a Banquet Room that holds up to 100 people is available for meetings and special events. There are 8 two-room suites each with their own fireplace for a restful nights sleep before or after your special event or activity.