Golf Resorts In PA

Altoona – State College – Pittsburgh – Erie Regions

Enjoy lodging and playing at the golf resorts in PA in the Laurel Mountains and Pittsburgh – Erie Regions. Fall is an especially pretty time to tee off.

The golf courses in this region offer memberships and have golf shops, some also offer lessons to get your golf game up and running.

We have been to all of these resorts and each of them is a great place to not only golf but stay overnight at.

There’s different activities for the kids to do (and a non-golfing spouse!) while the avid golfer is on the green.

Variety to Do

Seven Springs offers lots of fun – they have a video game room and a bowling alley along with shops to find that great souvenir to take back home.

The kids can go ziplining, enjoy mountain biking, ride a chair lift, and go tubing.

There’s also an alpine slide they can ride on.

golfing with a club and white ball in the grass

Bedford Springs is very impressive. The scenery, like the other resorts, is very beautiful each season of the year. It’s easily reachable off of the Pennsylvania turnpike.

This makes for a nice weekend break.

Toftrees is in State College, the home of Penn State. The downtown area has neat boutiques and shops along with places to eat if you want to venture out of the resort.

Catch a home football game, then get out on the greens.

Altoona – State College Area

Omni Bedford Springs Resort
2138 Business Route 220
Bedford PA 15522

  • Lessons
  • Pro shop
  • Memberships
green with a flag on the 4th hole

Seven Springs Resort
777 Waterwheel Dr
Seven Springs PA 15622
814-352-7777 or 800-452-2223

  • 18 hole championship golf
  • 4 tees
  • Memberships
  • Golf shop
  • Loung

Toftrees Resort and Conference Center
One Country Club Lane
State College PA 16803
800-252-3551 or 814-234-8000

  • 4 1/2 star rating
  • 18 hole championship course
  • Memberships
  • Golf shop
  • Lessons

Pittsburgh – Erie Region

Enjoy the lodging and golf courses PA in the Erie and Pittsburgh region of the state.

The golf courses are a lush green, and you can play 9 or 18 holes on most of the courses in the Keystone State.

You’ll find some nice resorts in this area of PA where you can stay overnight at.

Chestnut Ridge Golf Resort
132 Pine Ridge Road
Blairsville PA 15717

At junction of Rtes 22 and 119

  • 1. Tom’s Run Golf Course:
  • 4 1/2 star rating
  • Creek through front 9
  • Bent fairways
  • Multiple tees
  • Open all year 6 AM – dusk
  • Memberships2.
  • Chestnut Ridge Golf Course:
  • 4 star rating18 hole
  • championship course
  • Open year round 6 AM to dusk
  • Memberships
red tree on a green field

Conley Resort
740 Pittsburgh Road
Butler PA 16002

Open all year

  • 18 hole championship course
  • Pro shop

Cross Creek Resort
3815 State Route 8
Titusville PA 16354

  • 27 hole course
  • 2 lounges
  • 2 restaurants

Hidden Valley Resort
One Craighead Drive
Hidden Valley PA 15502

Opens mid April

West – Turnpike exit 91, left on Rte 31 8 miles
East – Turnpike exit 110 to Rte 31 W 11 miles

  • 18 hole championship course
  • 4 tees
  • Par 72
  • Golf shop
  • Driving range
  • Putting green
  • Clubhouse
  • Food (bar and grill)
  • Lessons
  • Leagues
  • Memberships
green field

Linden Hall
432 Linden Hall Road
Dawson PA 15428

  • 18 hole course
  • 3 tees
  • Season pass
  • Pro shop

Nemacolin Woodlands Resort
1001 Lafayette Drive
Farmington, PA 15437 724-329-8555 or 866-344-6957

  • 36 hole championship course:
    1. Mystic Rock: par 72, 153 slope
    Caddy required
  • 2. The Links: par 70
    Pro shop
  • Lessons
  • Club fittings
  • Chipping greens
  • Putting greens
  • 3 bunkers
  • Season passes

Summit Inn Resort
101 Skyline Drive
Farmington PA 15437
800-433-8594 or 724-438-8594

  • 18 hole course

Have fun golfing on your PA vacation!

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