We are a family-owned eatery that specializes in homemade soft serve and hand dipped ice cream. Our kitchen is renowned for burgers, hot sausage, chicken salads, and jumbo wings, as well as other fried sides.
The Inn at Lenape Heights Golf Resort & Event Center is located in the heart of Armstrong County, near Ford City, PA, just 50 minutes from downtown Pittsburgh. Lenape Heights consists of a luxurious boutique hotel with 20 rooms & suites, an upscale-casual restaurant with outdoor terrace, spacious event facilities and an 18-hole public golf course.
Harnessing a true sense of community and pride through the organization of community-wide events is so important for a number of reasons…inclusive of individual mental well-being, establishing a strong community identity, showcasing our community’s local businesses, and creating priceless memorable moments, which serve to showcase the community at large. The FCRCP continues to build upon these values through annual community events including Family FunFest, Ethnic Fest, Armstrong County Labor Day Parade, and Fantasy of Lights Celebration. The all-volunteer organization shares a true passion in for working together to attract new visitors, new residents, and new businesses ot the area.
Welcome! Stiller Motorsports Kawasaki, Can-Am, Spyder and KTM was founded by me, Steve Stiller in November 2006. I have been in the industry racing, selling and managing for over 20 years. We may be one of the newer motorsports dealerships in Western, PA, but our staff has over 50 years of experience combined. We are excited to serve YOU, our customer with selling and servicing Motorcycles, ATVS, and UTVS, in and around Western PA. I never wanted to be the biggest dealer, but the best dealer around. In 2007 Stiller Motorsports took Kawasaki from 4th place to 1st place in Armstrong County. Our growth in Kawasaki Teryx and Can-Am Commanders have made us the largest UTV dealer in Western PA. It hasn’t taken us long to become #1, but we know we couldn’t have done it without the support of the local riding community. Thank you to all who have helped us get where we are today. I want my customers to have the best experience when, purchasing, servicing or buying parts for their vehicle. I will do my best to serve you!
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!
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.
Americana sides & salads. Award-winning burgers. Flame grilled wings. Locally family owned & operated. Full services bar coming Summer 2021! Pickup, dine-in, and delivery.
Soak up the modern and vintage charm of this inviting 2-bedroom apartment. It is housed in our 1880’s Victorian home with a private entrance to this second story unit. Located in the heart of Kittanning within walking distance to the Kittanning Riverfront Park, Armstrong Trail, downtown shopping and restaurants, and only 35 miles north of Pittsburgh.
Manor Township is the place people of all ages can enjoy our rivers, lakes, parks, restaurants, and country living. Discover the excitement of exploring our woodlands, walking trails, horseback riding, rodeos and more. Kayaking, boating on the Allegheny River at Fort Run Park and Crooked Creek Lake. Invoke imagination.
Fort Armstrong Horseman’s Association provides education and eventing facilities to the equine community as well as other charitable organizations at the Crooked Creek Horse Park located in Manor Twp. The park,which includes a barn museum, camping, bath facilities, arenas, and riding trails, is 97.5 acres dedicated to equestrian activities.
Short on length but long on natural beauty, this is one of the gems of the Trans Allegheny Trail system! It’s also two trails in one. The Roaring Run Trail flows for five miles up the Kiskiminetas River, while the Rock Furnace spur follows Roaring Run for 1.5 miles upstream. Both trails are naturally beautiful with extensive stands of wildflowers, stately hardwoods, and water cascades. Both also are historical: Roaring Run Trail sits along what once was the Main Line Canal and passes several canal traces, while Rock Furnace Trail features a wooden suspension bridge and the stone ruins of an iron furnace from which it got its name. Roaring Run Trail begins at a trailhead at the end of Canal Road and extends for five miles alongside the Kiskiminetas River. The initial three miles have a crushed limestone surface and are fairly level, while the final two miles involve some steep climbs. The final mile to the Edmon trailhead is tar-and-chip. The Rock Furnace spur features a moderate grade over its 1.5 miles and has a tar-and-chip trail surface. More than 15 miles of mountain biking and hiking trails are located on the hillside above the Roaring Run Trail.
Armstrong’s hottest gastropub & restaurant featuring over 70 taps, craft cocktails, and always fresh food. Enjoy a rustic timberframe atmosphere, including the county’s most amazing sports bar.
This quaint chalet borders Crooked Creek Lake Park and all of it’s outdoor amenities only 40 miles north of Pittsburgh. Open the door of this charming & rustic chalet to be greeted by the sun shining through the windows accenting the wooden beams, a stone fireplace, and a hand carved wooden spiral staircase. Brand new full kitchen, new flooring throughout and remodeled bathroom. Bedroom 2 offers a balcony facing the park. Off street parking in governors driveway. Enjoy a fire pit in the wooded back yard.
Private country club serving the community for 100 years. Variety of membership categories available. Historic clubhouse makes a great venue for special events. Call us for meetings, parties, and golf tournaments.
The Armstrong County Department of Economic Development provides staff to the Armstrong County Industrial Development Council, a non-profit economic development corporation. By providing tools such as financing, site recommendations, workforce analysis and more, or mission is to facilitate Armstrong County’s economic growth through retention/expansion of existing businesses and attraction of new investment.
The Armstrong County Department of Economic Development provides staff to the Armstrong County Industrial Development Council, a non-profit economic development corporation. By providing tools sich as financing, site recommendations, workforce analysis and more, our mission is to facilitate Armstrong County’s economic growth through retention and expansion of exisiting businesses and attraction of new investment.