Econo Lodge Northeast
2310 Fraver Dr.
Reading, PA 19605
Phone: (610) 378-1145
Fax: (610) 372-1242
2310 Fraver Dr., Reading, PA, US, 19605
- Phone: (610) 378-1145
- Fax: (610) 372-1242
Berks County's 370-acre Tulpehocken Creek Valley Park contains a 4 1/2-mile stretch of the creek from Stonecliffe Recreation Area to Reber's Bridge.
A family bowling center that offers public open and league bowling, youth bowling programs, music and light shows, and tournaments. A pro shop and a restaurant are also on site.
This public nine hole golf course includes a state-of-the-art golf simulator, a sports bar and grill, and a fully stocked pro shop.
The original golf course at this country club consisted of nine holes and was laid out by renowned architect, Alexander Findlay, in 1923. A second nine opened for play in 1926 and the present clubhouse was completed in 1931. Banquet facilities are available on site offering an old world setting for your next special occasion.
Golden Oaks Golf Club is a challenging 18-hole, 7,100-yard bent grass golf course featuring more than 50 sand bunkers and four one-acre ponds. Open to the public seven days a week, the Restaurant at Golden Oaks serves breakfast, lunch and dinner.
"One of the oldest public courses in eastern Pennsylvania," the Manor Golf Club features an 18-hole championship golf course, a pro shop, fully-stocked bar, practice facilities and more. Golf lessons are available.
The sport shooting enthusiast of any level will find a haven at Wing Pointe Resort. Developed by sport shooting experts in an all-inclusive setting, Wing Pointe offers seven months, from September 1st to March 31st, of prime game bird hunting. Here you will find luxurious lodging accommodations, a restaurant, dogs and guides, a pavilion and grill, sporting clay course, skeet shooting facilities, a swimming pool, and a pro-shop with fine shotguns and hunting gear. The main lodge has four luxury suites, with some offering spas, fireplaces and private entrances. Nine guests can enjoy the upscale hunting retreat with a stone fireplace, oriental rugs, over-stuffed leather furniture, a large modern kitchen, private baths, a formal dining room, Jacuzzi, and a big screen TV.
Considered "one of America's greatest golf courses," Moselem Springs' challenging 18-hole championship course was designed and constructed by George Fazio. Home of the annual Hawley Quier Memorial, Moselem Springs Golf Club's fairways, including the greens and tees, are a Rye-Poa blend. A six-acre practice facility, 11 guest rooms, one guest suite, a clubhouse, and a full-service bar in the pub are available to members.
Kutztown Skydiving Center offers tandem jumps, static line jumps, and accelerated freefalls.
Set on 170 acres and open to the public. 18 hole course, practice putting green and driving range, snack bar and pavilion.
The Siegfried's Dale Farm is a beautiful farm that is now utilized by the Rodale Institute. This lovely property of the Siegfried family is included in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places. The institute focuses on organic farming and welcomes visitors to explore their farm and facility.
A visit to the Hawk Mountain is a visit to a multi purpose destination, along with scientific research center, international conservation training site, eco tourism destination, learning facilities for people of all ages, wildlife sanctuary, conservation organisation, etc. this place is a great visit site where species are well protected and are visible here. The Hawk Mountain is one of the best places in the northeastern North America to view the beauty of the hawk migration in autumn.