The Quality Inn Royle is a comfortable and affordable hotel located right off US-422 BUS near The Craft House Gastropub and the Belmont Complex. Amenities include a meeting space, fitness center, complimentary breakfast, and internet access. The facility is also pet friendly.
Founded in 2006, 2Krew Security & Surveillance is a locally-owned and operated business headquartered in Kittanning providing residential and commercial services to Western PA, Eastern Ohio, and Northern West Virginia. They specialize in designing and installing burglar alarm systems, video surveillance, access control, fire alarm systems, structured cabling, commercial AV, and IT integration solutions. 2Krew’s mission is to provide exceptional customer service and peace of mind knowing your home and/or business is secure.
Formed in 2014 from the Allegheny Valley, Armstrong County and StrongLand Chambers of Commerce, the Alle Kiski Strong Chamber of Commerce serves 76 municipalities and encompasses Armstrong County, the Route 28 corridor in the Allegheny Valley, and Northern Westmoreland County. AK Strong is a business and community network that brings members together to connect, engage, impact, thrive, and lead with a focus on improvement and growth in the region.
Andrew is a local State Farm Agent who offers insurance and financial services to Armstrong County. Walk in, call in, or click in for a free quote today.
Founded in 1908, the Apollo Memorial Library is the oldest library in Armstrong County. It serves the residents of Apollo, North Apollo, and the surrounding areas. The Apollo Memorial Library’s mission is to promote literacy and lifelong learning while meeting changing community needs.
Not-for-profit financial cooperative serving Armstrong County, PA. Two locations: 414 Ford St, Ford City & 92 Glade Dr, Kittanning. Shared service center. Drive up ATM at Glade Dr location.
Founded in 2002, the Armstrong Community Theater is a community theater organization dedicated to providing a positive outlet for cultural and artistic expression to all of those who wish to entertain.
In cooperation with public and private partners, the Armstrong Conservation District promotes stewardship of the natural resources in Armstrong County. The Armstrong Conservation District works to restore degraded watersheds, promote sustainable farms and healthy forests, and grow vibrant and sustainable communities. The District will work with many private and public partners for the betterment of our natural resources and the citizens of Armstrong County.
Since 1925, ACBLA has been serving Armstrong County with quality financial services. Contact us to find out why ACBLA is Armstrong County’s preferred Mortgage Lender.
The Armstrong County Historical Museum & Genealogical Society is a local non-profit organization that has been collecting and preserving the historical artifacts and genealogical records of the county since 1924.
Armstrong Trails is a non-motorized, 36-mile rail trail located along the eastern bank of the Allegheny River in Armstrong and Clarion counties.
The Arrowhead Chapter of Trout Unlimited is a cold water conservation and education organization focusing on the protection and restoration of local trout streams and watersheds.
Arts on the Allegheny aims to enrich the cultural life of Western Pennsylvania by presenting free, high-quality entertainment at the John P. Murtha Amphitheatre in Kittanning and other venues. The well-attended summer concert series features local vendors and big-name performers for both residents and visitors to enjoy on land or anchored out in the Allegheny River.
A staple in Armstrong County for over 50 years, the Belmont Complex has it all — an indoor arena for amateur and high school ice hockey, learn-to-skate programs, and various events during the off-season, an Olympic-sized outdoor community pool and waterslide, and a banquet space for family gatherings, conferences, or meetings. Open daily from the beginning of June to mid-August, the Olympic-sized swimming pool and 150’ waterslide at the Belmont Complex is a wonderful place to spend a summer afternoon with the family. The pool features a beach entry, low dive area, playground, pavilions, and ADA-compliant locker rooms. The banquet room at the Belmont Complex is available for meetings, receptions, or other large events. It seats 200 and has an attached catering kitchen. Available equipment includes a large screen television, DVD player, projection screen and projector, microphone, and a sound system. There are also two pavilions in the pool area available for reservation.
This gorgeous golf destination sits on 185 acres and features 18 distinct holes among the rolling hills of Freeport to provide a challenging and enjoyable experience. The combination of innovative design, professional construction, state-of-the-art irrigation, and superior turf care create a true golfer’s paradise.
Bonus Accounting, LLC is a CPA firm providing accounting, bookkeeping, payroll, tax, compilation review, and audit services. Our firm seeks to provide quality services at a great value. We are the recipient of the BBB 2020 Ethics award!
For 70 years, Bradigan’s Incorporated has provided Armstrong and the surrounding counties with quality petroleum products and services. The company, founded by Paul Bradigan, Sr., grew to become a fixture in the industry and the community. Paul Sr.’s sons, Tom and Paul Jr., entered the growing business in 1975 and welcomed his grandson, Andy, to the family business in 2003.
The Brick House Bed & Breakfast is a historic B&B situated along Redbank Creek with cabin rentals, RV hookups, and a unique treehouse or mine shaft stay. Pets are permitted in cabins only.
Enjoy the 21-mile rail trail from the outskirts of the City of Butler to the Allegheny River. The trail weaves through the Buffalo Gorge (an important bird area), along the Buffalo & Little Buffalo Creeks, through small municipalities, farmland, and former interesting. Non-motorized activities such as: hiking, biking, running & geocaching.
The pet-friendly Creekbend Campground boasts peaceful, low-profile camping with a picnic area and a 9-hole golf course near Mahoning Creek Lake and Dam. Water and electric hookups are available.
The Marshall House, administered by the Dayton Area Local History Society, is open by appointment for tours. The society also serves homestyle meals for groups, reunions, etc. by reservation. Members of the society not only serve the meals, but also provide enjoyable vocal entertainment. At Christmas time, the house is appropriately decorated with trees in different rooms.