Activities

When you come to Laurelville, you’ll find no shortage of recreation possibilities. From swimming to ballgames to indoor activities to hiking and exploring the great outdoors, there’s something to keep everyone active and entertained.

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Swimming Pool

Gymnasium—The Shenandoah

Prayer Labyrinth

Mini-Golf

Teambuilding

Hiking Trails

Wagon Rides

Ballfields

Additional activities include:

  • Playground
    Swings, slides, a tetherball —everything you’d expect from a great playground.
  • Outdoor Basketball, Tennis, and Volleyball Courts
    Enjoy a friendly game of basketball, tennis or volleyball on our outdoor courts. Equipment available onsite or at the main office.
  • Bocce Court
    Bring your own set of bocce balls or borrow a set from us. The court is located adjacent to the Shenandoah and features lighting for play past twilight.
  • Kubb (pronounced KOOB)
    A fun game for children and adults, kubb is gaining popularity across the country which resembles the games of bowling and horseshoes. It involves tossing wooden sticks across the lawn to try to knock over larger wooden blocks. While you’re here, try your hand at in this innovative, entertaining lawn game.
  • Horseshoes
    A game of horseshoes, anyone? This classic outdoor game challenges you to see how close you can land your horseshoes to the ring. Have a blast trading turns pitching horseshoes in the pits beside our volleyball court.
  • Shuffleboard
    Push your pucks across the court next to the miniature golf course and see who can score the most points. Shuffleboard is a classic camp game and one you’ll enjoy again and again while at Laurelville.
  • Board Games and Puzzles
    You always need to have something in case of a rainy day. Enjoy our collection of board games, chess and checkers sets, and puzzles during your stay at Laurelville. Available in lodging facilities and in the main office.

Want to explore the area?

Be sure to explore recreation possibilities in our backyard—Pennsylvania’s Laurel Highlands, and the beautiful city of Pittsburgh

Staying at Laurelville for several days? Within one hour of Laurelville there are opportunities such as skiing, whitewater rafting, snow tubing, Pittsburgh Steelers training camp, Fort Ligonier, Pittsburgh Pirates, arts and science opportunities in downtown Pittsburgh, the Great Alleghany Passage bikepath, and much more.