If you’re looking for a place to grab great food and drinks in Gilpin Township, check out Portage Inn, a newer restaurant in Armstrong County. Their extensive menu features delicious appetizers, salads, entrees, sandwiches, and “portage pies” made your way. You’ll also find daily food and drink specials.
Located in the charming town of Leechburg, Lingrow Farm is an exquisite country retreat nestled on 50 acres of farmland. The wedding venue is renowned by the Knot, Pittsburgh Magazine, and Whirl Magazine, as well as the national television show Four Weddings as one of Pennsylvania’s most distinguished and elegant, yet rustic, hideaways.
Playing an integral role in the community’s history, the 1844 Restaurant specializes in fine food and gracious dining. Step back in time for a relaxing and delicious meal on the grounds of their 19th century farmhouse.
For over 50 years, Leechburg Area Pool (LAP) has been a source of community connection and recreation. Tucked away in a quiet wooded area of Gilpin-Leechburg Park, the public pool features a high dive, slide, sand volleyball court, giant checkerboard, Gaga ball pit, baby pool, and an ADA lift. Pavilions are available for rent, and there are themed nights held throughout the season.
Gilpin Rifles, Inc. is a members-only range that strives to provide a better knowledge of firearms, including safe handling, proper care, and improved marksmanship. Pistol, rifle, and archery ranges are available on-site.
Family owned and operated for over 40 years. La-Z-Boy, Flexsteel, Smith Brothers and many more quality brands to choose from. Three convenient locations – Worthington, Sarver, and Grove City.
Situated along the beautiful Kiskiminetas River, The River’s Edge Canoe & Kayak is a canoe, kayak, and inner tube rental company. They also have a full-service bait and tackle shop and offer shuttle services for paddlers.
Enchanted Abbey is a century-old church building specializing in small, intimate events of 25 people or less. Everything you need to throw the party of the century, aside from food and drinks, is included. Watch your wedding, tea party, murder mystery dinner, or other unique experience come to fruition at this picturesque event center.
Old Parsonage Bed & Breakfast is a bed and breakfast located in a former rectory from 1914 featuring three themed guest rooms in the Leechburg Historic District. Amenities include meeting space, complimentary breakfast, and internet access.
Renshaw Farms is a local farm and wedding venue that hosts various seasonal events throughout the year. Each summer and fall, Renshaw Farms brings people together for their Sunflower Days and Pumpkin Fest! Pumpkin Fest provides an array of activities over the course of a few weekends in the fall, including hayrides, a pumpkin patch, corn maze, animal park, mini golf, cow roping, yard games, and more. Since 2004, hundreds of couples have started their lives together among the breathtaking views of Renshaw Farms. Your special day will be filled with elegance and the rustic ambiance you expect from a farm wedding. There are multiple locations to exchange your vows, including the climate-controlled barn, gazebo, or in front of the beautiful pond.
The Leechburg Museum is dedicated to the preservation and promotion of all things Leechburg, PA. The Leechburg Area Museum was originally opened in a small yellow brick house at 116 First Street in 1976 as a project of the Heritage Division of the Bicentennial Committee of the Leechburg Area. Through the hard work and generosity of the community at large, the museum and its collections have grown a lot as the years have passed. On August 5th, 1991 the Leechburg Area Museum and Historical Society purchased the adjacent property at 118 First Street from Dr. Courtney Bishoff. The building, then a dentist’s office, was once the property of founder David L. Leech. Constructed in the 1830s and gifted to his son David F. Leech, the structure is among the oldest in town.
Kiski Watershed Association is a non-profit organization dedicated to the environmental education, recreation, conservation, and rehabilitation of the natural and historical resources of the Kiski River and its tributaries.
The Rotary Club of Leechburg is a part of Rotary International, a global network of 1.2 million neighbors, friends, leaders, and problem-solvers who see a world where people unite and take action to create lasting change – across the globe, in our communities, and in ourselves.
Coco Coffeehouse, which opened in 2011, is named after the shop owner Nikki’s children and their beloved family pets. Their soups, baked goods, and specials are made fresh on-site using quality ingredients. It’s a great place to catch up with friends, meet a colleague for a quick meeting, or hang out solo with a cup of coffee and a delicious salad, sandwich, pastry, or dish.
Coco Coffeehouse also has a drive-thru location in Leechburg on South Leechburg Hill Road and a Ford City location on 4th Avenue.