Leechburg is a borough in southern Armstrong County in the U.S. state of Pennsylvania, 35 miles (56 km) northeast of Pittsburgh. As of the 2010 census it had a population of 2,156. Leechburg was founded by David Leech, for whom it was later named, and was incorporated as a borough in 1850.
Restaurants in Leechburg
5 based on 2 reviews
River's Edge rents & sells kayaks & canoes. They will provide a life jacket & transportation to your launch & pickup at your ending location. The owners Evelyn and Neill Andritz are 2 of the nicest people you will ever meet. There are excursions for the beginner & experienced. You can take a short trip on the river or spend the entire day. Bring a camera as the entire trip is unbelievably scenic. Be sure to bring a waterproof bag to store food, snacks & your camera. Plenty of liquids is a must, (no alcohol), ice & a first aid kit as a safety precaution. Wear shoes that are conducive to being in the water & a non skid sole. The rocks are covered with algae and as slippery as ice. There may be low water spots where you have to exit the canoe or kayak & drag it for a few minutes. Or you may get stuck on a rock & have to exit. Bring snacks & pack a lunch. There are any places along the Kiski River where you can pull ashore, eat your lunch & enjoy the peace and quiet. Take your time, relax, rest your arms, enjoy the scenery & the quiet.
4.5 based on 59 reviews
My wife and I travel to different wineries all over Pennsylvania, WV, and Ohio, and every state that we are visiting on vacation we find a winery. This one has been our radar for some time. On Saturday, we finally decided to try this place out.
This is the new location. Do not be confused it is in a church. The lower part is very nice. The bar setup is a decent size to allow yourself the ability to try out the different wines that they have available. What is nice about this place is that they do have 3 beers on tap. This is good for those men who do not like wine. This attracts people to your location.
They do not have a restaurant, but they did have a catering service that offered small food items such as meat and cheese tray, and smaller appetizer items.
I tried all of the reds except a Pingo Grigio on the whites and they were great. My wife tried the whites and they were good. Rarely do we visit a winery where all of the wines we try we liked. I will say if you like dry reds the Shiraz is different. It's dry, but at the end, it's semi-sweet.
The waiters were very nice at the place. We purchased a bottle of the Chardonnay to drink at the location and purchased a 1/2 case to go. The only thing is that I asked for a Pino and didn't realize until I left that I received a Corot Noir instead. It was a mistake no big deal. One thing is the wine list I have attached the photo. Some of the wines aren't available to taste but to purchase.
4.5 based on 15 reviews
The drive-in is fantastic. They are always very busy as they are the only drive-in in the Kiski Valley. They typically show 2 movies per night starting when it is dark. You are allowed to bring food and drinks, but the concession stand is very convenient and can fulfill any of your wants. The staff is very courteous and will help with anything you need. The value cannot be beat. They charge $8 for adults and $4 for kids. Even if you stay for just 1 movie, tickets are extremely cheap. Plus, you experience something different and that has value in itself. A must do for families and romantics alike in the summer.
4 based on 29 reviews
Take an hour-long scenic ride through the beautiful Pennsylvania countryside on this railroad.
This is a very basic railroad with a simple depot and nondescript location but operated by a staff dedicated to making your train ride the best it can be. Our experience was with a bus tour on a railroading ramble in Ohio and Pennsylvania.
This short line going to the dam isn't the most scenic - rough looking houses/shacks, abandoned buildings but along the river - but the narrative provided along the way is priceless. The folks operating the Kiski appear to have lived most, if not all, their lives here so their narrative combines not only the visual but also unique insights into local history that only they could share. They do a great job.
Once you reach the dam and stop for pictures, you head south (I think) back past the depot and to the bridge where they stop the train over the river for a short while. There are both inside cars as well as a covered, open air car. Trip time is about 1 1/2 hours, I believe. As a fan of old short lines and engines, this was fun complimented by a great staff.
5 based on 34 reviews
My mother and I went here on a rainy day in Pennsylvania. The museum is great with many things that have become antiques and miner's equipment. The staff is very helpful and nice. The tour inside the mine was informative with many mining equipment still in operating use. The train got stuck coming out of the mine due to the battery running down too low. but the staff got the train running within minutes and we safely arrived out with no harm. Maybe they should get a second train to avoid this problem in the future. It was fun and I would definitely go again. Make sure to bring a jacket as the mine is a cool 52 degrees inside.
2.5 based on 4 reviews
RoseCourt Winery opened its doors on September 6, 2014. It is owned and operated by Julie Brown and Brad Gerano are both life-long residents of the area. Our winery will be open year-round and can seat 100 people inside a picturesque, warm and inviting area that is showcased in wood and stone. Cozy up on our couch in front of our large, gas fireplace on the cold winter and fall nights and read a book or plan a small get-together in our private party room that seats twenty-four. However, in the spring and summer, why sit inside when you can enjoy RoseCourt Winery's eighty-foot waterfall/stream that they plan to extend as well as add fire pits for gathering. Sit with fifty of your closest friends on the patio and enjoy the outdoors and sounds of nature. Oh, and the wine is fabulous too!
My wife and I are amateur wine makers that love visiting wineries. We were very excited to have another local winery open that is within a 20 minute drive of our home. We were impressed at the size of this winery (converted church) that is very nice and you can tell a lot of work has gone into it. HOWEVER, the wines are another story... These are kits wines that I believe the wine maker has jacked up the alcohol content. They taste like medicine but what was more upsetting is the owner told us these are "juices from North East" What a lie. I have made 2 of the 5 wines offered!!! If this place is successful my wife and I agreed we should open our own winery.. Their prices are $14 per bottle of spiked wine kit wine. We hoped for so much more and our excitement turned to disappointment and the lying of the owners made us upset when we left. We will not be going back and we were so hoping this was going to be a frequent place to visit.
4.5 based on 4 reviews
What a great spot for some landscape photography. I'd prefer it if I could have come during the summer, though taking photos of some ducks was still neat. For a lake the beach looked wonderful. I'd spend the day here if I could.
I can only imagine how nice it would be to spend some time in a boat just rowing or fishing. Both would be nice after a nice nap on the beach.
5 based on 16 reviews
The whimsical name 'Birdsfoot' gives golfers a hint of what they're about to enjoy at this great Freeport course, a Pittsburgh favorite. Where many lesser golf courses pulse with pretense, Birdsfoot's a charming gem that scores with friendly staff and great golf that'll test all skill levels. The course features 18 distinct holes -- including four of the area's toughest par 3s -- that attract golfers from all over the tri-state area and challenge every club in the bag. Links-style holes on the front nine mingle with parkland beauties played out over rolling hills that are indifferent to bounces good and bad. No homes mar the scenery, save for the clubhouse, an old family farmhouse, that looks like it was airlifted from the set of The Waltons. A local artist has been commissioned to carve beguiling 'Bogeymen' into the gnarled bark of trees that line the cartpath. Grim-faced and unblinking, they're likely to be the only faces that aren't smiling at Birdsfoot." - Chris Rodell, Golf Magazine
If you haven't played Birdsfoot...you should. This is a challenging course that is very golfer friendly and owned, managed, and staffed by great people. The course is very playable, but will offer a tough track from the tips. It is populated with undulating fairways, interesting greens and some tough bunkers. You will be presented with several choices at Birdsfoot, but if you chose wisely, stick near the fairways and know you distance and you will be fine, but stray into the rough or deeper, you will find it difficult not the "pay the price". All in all, the the course an staff offer one of the most enjoyable rounds of golf you will play.
4.5 based on 2 reviews
This is a beautifully maintained course. The holes are challenging and well laid out. As the name suggests it's a links style course with tall grass on just about every hole. One of the things that sets a course apart is when there is actual sand in the sand traps and not hard-pan, and they have sand you can hit out of. Hopefully the situation won't come up very often. The tree lined drive on the way to the clubhouse is something you don't see everyday too.
The restaurant/bar is spacious and the service was quick.
All in all, an enjoyable experience.
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