Crab Apple Ridge Golf Course
Crab Apple Ridge Golf Course is 125+ acres of gently rolling terrain sprinkled with crab apple trees throughout the course. When U.S. 19 (Peach Street) was originally paved, this property was used for its water well to mix the concrete. When you play holes 15 and 16, try to envision a time when a team of pioneer surveyors were trudging through an untouched forest to survey the new Pennsylvania line. This was the original location of the New York and Pennsylvania state lines.
There are three ponds on the course, but they only come into play on two of the holes. Native wetlands come into play on several holes, including hole one.
Multiple tee boxes allow golfers to choose from a variety of course distances. The course was designed to provide an enjoyable golfing experience for golfers of every skill level.