If you’re moving into one of the new homes in Peters Township, it’s an absolute certainty that you need to have some fun as soon as possible. Moving a family, next to playing a whole soccer game, stands as one of the most grueling tasks imaginable. The kids might find it exciting, but just as you settle in to your new house, boredom will rear its whiny head. Be prepared to help yourself and show the family a good time all at once.
Fortunately, your new home in Peters Township gives you access to an array of amenities and attractions for all ages in Washington County. From high-stakes excitement to low-key, yet highly enriching historical sites, your new house in Peters Township puts you in proximity to the full range of the fun spectrum.
Rocking in the Rockshelter!
Okay, maybe it’s not that exciting, but worthy to note that Peters Township is close to the oldest human habitation site in the North America. The Meadowcroft Rockshelter, operated by the Heinz History Center in Jefferson Township, PA, should put your own habitation troubles in perspective. They had no mortgages 16,000 years ago (some archaeologists suggest the site could be as old as 19,000 years), but they also had to worry about large animals getting hungry. Visitors obtain a view to the ultra-low tech tools that got it all started. The newly-renovated facility will also include a recreation of a 16th century Native American village.
Roll ‘Em at the River!
The nearby Meadows Racetrack and Casino offers a premium nightlife experience. Test your luck at the slots, play the odds at over 80 table games, or just relax and watch excitement with your favorite libation. Don’t spend it all in one place, though! A range of atmospheres allows patrons to fine tune the intensity of their evening. You can even bring the kids and enjoy bowling on more than 20 lanes, each equiped with a huge projector screen TV. Whether you’re watching the big race, sipping a cocktail or rolling for the big score, the Meadows has you covered.
Park Yourself in Washington County!
Numerous parks and trails in scenic Washington County surround your new house in Peters Township. Take a hike on Arrowhead Trail up to Thompsonville, get a breath of fresh air at bucolic Mingo Creek, catch dinner at Ten Mile Creek, or float your boat on Cross Creek, just to name a few suggestions. The treasury of scenic wonders that surround you and your new Peters Township house is an open invitation to start making new family memories!