1523 Old Brodhead Rd
Monaca, PA 15061
Phone: (724) 728-9480
Fax: (724) 728-9481
1523 Old Brodhead Rd, Monaca, PA, US, 15061
- Phone: (724) 728-9480
- Fax: (724) 728-9481
Situated over 250 acres of rolling countryside, the Rolling Acres Golf Course is a 27-hole links type course built on an old farm estate. Water from seven lakes comes into play on several holes. Rolling Acres has a restaurant and lounge which are open.
36-holes of championship golf, a 300-seat, open-air pavilion, pro shop, and the Hawk
Offering "the country club look with public course prices," Fox Run in an 18-hole golf course situated along the Beaver River. Its fairways are wide open and tree lined and a stream and many ponds come into play on several holes.
Just 22 Miles from downtown Pittsburgh, Gobblers Knob Hunting Preserve is a private hunting club that offers pheasant and chukar hunting among 250 acres of historic western Pennsylvania farmland. A sporting clays range, training birds, and professional guide service with dogs are also available.
Take an hour's drive north of Pittsburg, to this action-filled zone with loads of activities for the entire family. From go—karting and miniature golf to bumper boats, video games and baseball batting cages, it's all here. Besides these, there are several joy rides to keep you entertained. Open throughout the year, the venue goes packed with people, especially during holiday season. Don't worry if you have small children, the play area is where they can have their share of safe fun while you are away having yours! Check the website for information on group discounts, venue rental, gift certificates, rates, and more.
Olde Stonewall is a premier public golf facility that is ranked by Golf Digest as one of the top 50 public golf courses in the United States.
Located on Route 65 near the Connoquenessing Creek, the private Connoquenessing Country Club features an 18-hole golf course and a pro shop. The Connoquenessing Country Club is available for special events for both members and non-members.
Together with two other State Parks in Pennsylvania, at the time of the Great Depression, Raccoon Creek State Park was declared to be a Recreational Demonstration Area. The many buildings that make up this area were collectively placed on the National Register of Historic Places as a historic district in 1987. Their architecture was one of the main reasons for being listed on the Register.
This 18-hole course was built on rolling terrain. Water hazards come into play on five holes. Two putting greens and a full-service restaurant are available.
Strawberry Ridge is a public 18-hole golf course just off Route 19 in Lancaster Township. A driving range, practice sand trap, practice putting green, golf carts, a golf shop and a pub are all available.
North Park is the largest park in Allegheny County. The 3,010 acres have everything from a golf course to tennis courts to an ice-skating rink. The swimming pool is one of the largest in the world. The boathouse offers easy access to the lake, which everyone agrees has some of the best fishing in the state and the Latodami Nature Center is staffed by a full-time naturalist. Most of the park's buildings were built during the Depression as part of federal programs.
The North Hills Art Center almost seems out of place amidst the businesses that line Babcock Blvd. The store may be small, but it features a large selection of artwork by local artists. The pieces are affordable for the average collector. The center also has educational programs for children and adults, as well as monthly exhibits.