Econo Lodge Wormleysburg - Harrisburg
860 N. Front St.
Wormleysburg, PA 17043-1024
Phone: (717) 763-7086
Fax: (717) 761-4224
860 N. Front St. US 15, 11, Wormleysburg, PA, US, 17043-1024
- Phone: (717) 763-7086
- Fax: (717) 761-4224
Adjacent to the Beach House on the north end of City Island by the Susquehanna River, this 18-hole championship-style miniature golf course includes water hazards, sloping greens, water falls and a 60-foot walking bridge.
Established in 1928, the private West Shore Country Club is located on 164 acres. Golfing, tennis, swimming and dining opportunities are available. The championship 18-hole golf course is 6,672 yards.
If you love the outdoors then Capital Area Greenbelt might just be what you need. Mostly this space is visited by hikers and bikers. This popular trail is easily accessible from almost every part of the town. Appreciate nature at this beautiful recreational place. It also includes the Five Senses Garden amongst other natural beauties, which is situated along Spring creek. Call ahead for further details.
24 synthetic lanes, automatic scoring, a pro shop, snack bar, automatic bumper bowling, glow in the dark bowling, and leagues are available at Red Crown Bowling Center.
Dauphin Highlands is a par-72 public golf course featuring mature trees, ponds, and well-manicured fairways and greens. The 60-seat Highland Pub is adjacent to the fully stocked pro shop.
Family owned and operated, Linglestown Paintball Store and Field offers 14 different playing fields over 39 acres. Paintball supplies and equipment are available.
The former Wren Dale Golf Club, the 18-hole Hershey Links was designed by the renowned award-winning golf course architectural firm of Hurdzan/Fry and is now part of the Hershey Golf Collection. Situated on 175 acres of natural bluffs and ravines, Hershey Links offers five sets of tees and a practice facility that includes a double-sided driving range, three bentgrass target greens and hitting areas.
A member of the Harrisburg District Golf Association, Mayapple Golf Links is a Scottish-style 18-hole golf course with a driving range, practice green and a well-stocked pro shop.
The Boiling Springs Pool is the oldest public pool in Cumberland County. A full-service snack bar, 220-foot long open water slide, an enclosed 130-foot speed slide, and four pools are all available.
The par-33 Spring Creek is "the area's longest nine-hole golf course" and was the first course in United States to be open to golfers under 18 when it opened in 1931.
"One of the most prestigious clubs in the country," Hershey Country Club was established in 1930. It features two distinctive 18-hole golf courses, Hogan Grill, Traditions Dining Room and Lounge, a pro shop, and a complete practice facility that includes a short game practice area with bunkers, 35-station driving range and a putting green. The Maurice McCarthy-designed West Course includes play atop the hill on the front lawn of Milton Hershey's estate, High Point Mansion; tree-lined fairways, lush greens, and challenging hazards. Host of several PGA tournaments, the George Fazio-designed East Course features raised greens, three man-made lakes and more than 100 bunkers.
Operational since 1972, Penn National Race Course has been entertaining crowds with thrilling races. A prestigious racing track, you have the chance to see well bred, beautiful racing horses here. The track is a mile long and has one of the well maintained stables in Pennsylvania with 1200 stalls. For those who like to gamble, there is the Hollywood Casino with more than 2000 slot machines. Come here and catch some live entertainment and take advantage of the excellent dining facilities here. On race days, the place comes alive with hundreds of people cheering for their horses. Drop by for a one of its kind adrenaline rush at Penn National Race Course.