118 Garrett Dr.
Grove City, PA 16127
Phone: (724) 748-1005
Fax: (724) 748-1006
A member of the Soaring Society of America, Silent Wings Soaring offers glider lessons, rides, tows and rentals.
Skydive Pennsylvania is a USPA affiliated full time commercial skydiving school that utilizes the latest in skydiving techniques, equipment and instructional methods. Classes are held every Saturday and Sunday. Weekday classes are available by appointment. Available options at Skydive Pennsylvania are tandem jumps, static line, and instructor assisted freefall.
Bowl-O-Drome is a family owned and operated bowling alley that features 20 lanes, computerized scoring, a full-service pro shop, leagues, and such special bowling events as cosmic bowling.
Rated "four stars" by Golf Digest, the public 18-hole Pine Grove Golf Course features well-conditioned fairways, fast-rolling greens, naturally-wooded terrain and many water hazards. A practice putting green and a fully-stocked pro shop are also available.
This public 18-hole, par 72 golf course features bent grass greens, four dogleg fairways, some grass bunkers, and sand bunkers coming into play on most of the holes.
Spring Valley Golf Club is an 18-hole par 72 public golf course with tree lined fairways, gullies, bunkers and water hazards.
Named for the large oak tree on the 12th hole, Oakview Golf Club is a semi-private golf club that offers a full pro shop, restaurant and banquet facilities.
Established in 1923, this private member-owned facility features an 18-hole, 6,600-yard A. W. Tillinghast-designed golf course, Olympic-size swimming pool, four outdoor tennis courts and dining facilities.
This public 18-hole golf course features a driving range, pro shop, snack bar, and an outdoor pavilion.
"One of the oldest municipal public golf courses in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania," Sylvan Heights is an 18-hole, 6,264 yard municipal golf course that is operated by the City's Department of Parks and Recreation. A pro-shop is available at Sylvan Heights. Sylvan Heights Golf Course is open from April through October.
This hilly course features medium-size greens that are fast. The fairways afford generous landing areas but are protected by sand bunkers.
Considered "one of Pennsylvania's finest public courses," the challenging 18-hole Tam O'Shanter is eco-friendly. Overlooking the rolling wooded hills of the Shenango Valley, Tam O'Shanter features lush green watered fairways, fast bentgrass greens and large native hardwoods and pines. A fully-stocked pro shop, lessons, a driving range and more are available.