Pennsburg

Pennsburg is a city in Montgomery County in Pennsylvania

51 things to do

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Bear Creek Mountain Resort

Located about 15 minutes away from Pennsburg is Bear Creek's Ski Resort and Spa. Spread over 330 acres, Bear Creek offers skiing, snowboarding and snow tubing, fishing, boating, tennis, hiking, and biking. It also features banquet and meeting facilities, grille, and a hotel and spa with indoor and outdoor pools and hot tubs.


The Grand Theater

An affordable, family oriented movie theater that features a large stage, 12,000 watts sound system, and even a VIP section. Once called the Old Valley Theater, it was renovated in 2004 and is now celebrating its 86th anniversary.



Unami Creek

The beautiful Unami Creek is home to a variety wildlife and spectacular scenery. The area hosts white tailed deer, turkeys, woodpeckers, different varieties of hawks, and great blue herons, among others.

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Sweet Water Golf Course

A "2777 yard par 36 with even two par 5’s – one of them the 475-yard No. 4. Nine and 18 hole rates are available." Sweet Water Golf Course also "The Loft" venue for private parties and weddings.



Scottish Irish Festival

This popular, three days Festival is held at Green Lane Park. It features live entertainment, music, food, dancing, childrens' activities, arts and crafts and everything Scottish-Irish Culture!

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Macoby Run Golf Course

The front 9 holes have a 138' of elevation change with both hills and trees to keep you on point. The back 9 holes offer a bit of a reprieve with open terrain.



Community Day

Main Street is shut down and local vendors and residents line the streets selling items, food, and auctioning off anything from antiques to bridal gowns.

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Good Things Gift Shop

You can find just about anything at this novelty shop- from unique gadgets to handcrafted jewelry and delicious treats.



East Greenville Fire Company's Annual Carnival

Cotton Candy, Funnel Cake, Ferris Wheels, and fun. The Fire Company's annual carnival is always popular is Pennsburg.

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Green Lane Park

Boasts fishing, boating, camping, tennis, and ice skating as well as a playground and plenty of picnicking space!

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Perkiomen Trail

A 19 mile long trail lining the Perkiomen Creek that offers horse trails, jogging, biking, or just sight-seeing.

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Perkiomen Prep School

A private boarding and day school. Notable alumni include Al Dublin, John Cecil Holm, and Harold Schaffer.

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Quakertown Farmers Market

Over 120 Indoor Flea Market Vendors with anything from unique gifts and antiques to fresh produce.


Zern's Farmers Market

One of the oldest and largest flea markets, enjoy shopping and some Pennsylvania Dutch treats!


Pennsburg Nature Preserve

Peaceful and serene walking trails located right off of East 5th Street.

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Schwenkfelder Library and Heritage Center

Here you can find the history of the Upper Perkiomen Valley region.

SEE   —  Map

Tosco's Sports Bar

50 cent bud lights during Sunday football games.

DRINK   —  822 Main St

Wing Man Bar and Grill

Voted best wings 2009 and 2010.


American Legion

Wing night on Wednesdays.

DRINK   —  Palm

Bally Hotel

Wing night on Thursdays.

DRINK   —  660 Main St, Bally

Sumneytown Hotel

Wing night on Tuesdays.


Rockwell's

Wing night on Mondays.


Pc Pub

DRINK   —  468 Pottstown Ave

About Pennsburg

Pennsburg, Pennsylvania is a small town in Montgomery County that prides itself on being a family oriented, welcoming community. It is part of the Upper Perkiomen School District.


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