Rt. 31 & Rt. 819, Mt. Pleasant, PA 15666
The downtown gazebo in Mt. Pleasant is a nice place for a picnic or lazy afternoon. A variety of entertainment events take place at the gazebo throughout the year, including the famed Sparkle Spectacular which happens each September during the Mt. Pleasant Glass & Ethnic Festival. The gazebo is part of Veteran's Park, which also features a fountain and a wall honoring local military veterans.
Directions from Laurelville: (10 minutes driving time) Left at entrance, left onto Rt. 982, right onto Rt. 31, go to Doughboy statue, turn left. Gazebo will be on your left; public parking is availble across the street to your right.
Hot Shots Indoor Sports Arena
482 Bessemer Rd, Mt Pleasant, PA 15666
This indoor arena features two multi-purpose courts, concession area, arcade room, and a “totally tubular” playground adventure! Call for current activities, including ice skating and hockey.
Admission: Varies—Call for pricing
Directions from Laurelville: (Approx. 10 minutes) Left at entrance, left onto Rt. 982, right onto Rt. 31. At the Doughboy Statue in Mt Pleasant, turn left onto Diamond St, and left at the next stoplight onto Rt. 819. After 1/2 mile, turn right onto Bessemer Rd. Go another 1/2 mile.
Mammoth Park “Giant Slide”
152 Welty Rd, Mt. Pleasant, PA 15666
The unique 96 foot slide is nestled in a hillside of this nearby park.
Open: Dawn to Dusk
Directions from Laurelville: Left at entrance, right onto Rt. 982 (go 3 miles). Turn left at stop sign, then an immediate right onto Rt. 982. Follow signs carefully to stay on Rt. 982. Turn left onto Welty Road and enter park.
Pleasant Lanes Bowling Center
776 Route 819 South, Mt. Pleasant, PA 15666
Open: Call for current hours
Directions from Laurelville: (10 minutes driving time) Left at entrance, left onto Rt. 982, right onto Rt. 31, go to Doughboy statue, turn left. Approximately ½ mile beyond stop sign, on the right.
West Overton Museums
109 West Overton Rd, Scottdale, PA 15683
A restoration of the cottage, mill and main house of the Abraham Overholt estate. Henry Clay Frick was born in the stone cottage. A broadly diversified museum has been established in the "mill" building.
Open: Call for hours and information; Shops open daily
Directions from Laurelville: (Approx. 15 minutes) Left at entrance, left onto Rt. 982, right onto Rt. 31 & into Mt. Pleasant, left at the Doughboy (Statue) onto Diamond St., left onto Rt. 819 (go 3 miles), House is on the right.