649 Northern Blvd
Clarks Summit, PA 18411
Phone: (570) 586-1211
Fax: (570) 586-7928
649 Northern Blvd, Clarks Summit, PA, US, 18411
- Phone: (570) 586-1211
- Fax: (570) 586-7928
Scuba teaching institution offering recreational and professional courses seven days a week in their own indoor heated pool. A retail store carring a large inventory of the best scuba equipment is also offered.
Aptly named, Steamtown National Historic Site, it tells the story of steam engines in an exiting way. Experience the glorious era of steam locomotives by taking a seasonal ride on historic trains or get a glimpse of the heritage steam railroad in the museum complex. This is a one-of-a-kind National Park Service that is committed to the history of railroad from 1850 to 1950. Spanning across 62.48 acres (25.28 hectares) of former rail yards, Steamtown features many replicas and original structures.
Formerly known as the Sno Mountain, the Montage Mountain, is a beautiful ski resort that features 26 trails and a mid mountain lodge. Above the lodge, the slopes for the beginner and intermediate skiers are present. The Montage also consists of two terrain parks, and is a great visit place for skiers. People consider this place as a great place to learn to ski and have a great time with families.
Beautiful 18 hole public golf course that offers a challenge to both novice and expert golfers.
Mohegan Sun Arena at Casey Plaza, formerly the Wachovia Arena, is a 8,000-seater facility that brings top-name entertainment and performances that shouldn't be missed. This venue is home to NHL's Pittsburgh Penguins, and it is host a number of football, basketball and other games. Other than sporting events, the arena is also a popular venue for concerts and has hosted some big names including Elton John, Cher, Janet Jackson, The Eagles and the American Idol finalists.
Children will delight in visiting this privately-owned zoo in nearby Hamlin. More than 120 types of animals including rare white tigers, giraffes, bears, otters and timber wolves are on display. A real treat is to see the many baby animals born at the zoo. Live animal shows (you can pet an alligator or a python) add to the enjoyment of the day, as does a visit to its petting zoo filled with goats, deer and lambs. Also on site is its Wild West Territory where visitors can pan for gold, jump aboard an ol'-time covered wagon or climb into an Indian teepee. Admission: $9.95 (12-adult); $8.95 seniors; $6.95 (2-11); free under 2.
Full service bowling alley featuring 40 AMF lanes with automatic scoring and bumper bowling.
Provides opportunities for walkers, bikers, horseback riding, and much more.