678 Bethlehem Pike
Montgomeryville, PA 18936
Phone: (215) 361-3600
Fax: (215) 361-7949
Cool off at the Hatfield Ice Arena where you can take skating lessons. Whether you want to skate hand in hand with your date or your children want to learn to skate backwards, this is the perfect venue. There are a few hours a day when this arena is open to the public so you can practice your ice skating skills.
PineCrest Country Club features an 18-hole, par 70 championship course designed by architect Ron Prichard. A full-service pro shop and the Sports Bar & Grille are also available.
Skydive instruction in Tandem, Accelerated Freefall (AFF) or Instructor Assisted Deployment Programs. Your choice of any of the three-programs for your first jump. Gift certificates available.
One of the first indoor climbing facilities in the United States, the more than 7,000 square foot PRG Oaks includes 1,500 square feet of bouldering, more than 30 top-ropes, 2,000 square feet of leadable surface, indoor teambuilding elements, private room rentals and a pro shop.
Home to the nationally recognized Julian Krinsky School of Golf, Valley Forge Golf Club features a beautiful 18-hole public golf course and a state-of-the-art driving range.
Nockamixon State Park is a popular destination among locals and tourists alike. Spread across 5,286 acres (2,139.17 hectares), this parkland is a haven for wildlife and nature enthusiasts as well as those who love the outdoors. It features picnic spots, a swimming pool, loop trails, hiking trails, bicycle trails, disc golfing, a fishing pond, cabins and a hostel. Enjoy water activities like boating, windsurfing, kayaking, motorboating, whitewater rafting and fishing at the 1,450 acres (586.79 hectares) Lake Nockamixon. This state park opened in 1973, even offers hunting zones in nearly half of its property. Horseback riding, mountain biking and winter sports such as ice fishing, skating, sledding and cross-country skiing are included in the offing. They also have educational programs for schools. You can be sure of a fun-filled, action-packing outing at this scenic park for the entire family.
Bucks County River Country is "Bucks County's oldest and most experienced Delaware River tubing and boating outfitter."
The Johnson House, built in 1768, served as a stop for fugitive slaves who were making their way North on the underground railroad during the 19th Century. It is the only known structure of this type in Philadelphia that is currently open to the pubic. The Johnson House is presently owned and operated by the Germantown Historic Trust and offers interpretative programs in American history as well as supporting resources to the public.
Ashbourne Country Club is not only a challenging golf course, it is also a testament to the beauty of nature. Green dominates the landscape. Different breeds of grass are used on the meticulously maintained fairways and greens to ensure true play. This 18-hole, par 72 course is semi-private. There is a large banquet facility and an elegant bar and restaurant, reservations are required. So hurry up and become a member!
Designed by Alex Findlay and opened in 1935, the Walnut Lane Golf Club is a public course conveniently located within Philadelphia city limits. The 4300 yard, par 62, 18-hole course is lends itself to squeezing in a quick round before the sun sets in the summer. Club rentals and instructional lessons are available along with a full service pro shop and restaurant and bar facilities. Open year round.
As a part of the well-known La Salle University, the Tom Gola Arena hosts many sports' tournaments. It is named after Tom Gola, a player and coach who is in the Basketball Hall of Fame. With an expansive space of about 4000 square feet area, there are both basketball and volleyball courts nestled here. So there are many interesting matches among the local colleges to look forward to.
The Schuylkill Canal is relevantly referred as the Schuylkill Navigation. Occupying great historic significance, the site is a 19th Century commercial waterway. It was constructed from 1815 through 1827. It was however later closed down in 1947. The historical waterway is located along the Schuylkill River in Pennsylvania. It was a highly utilized avenue for transportation of bulk cargo. The two watered reaches that remain even today are under recreation. The site stands registered on the National Register of Historic Places.