Best Golf Courses Near Reading, PA
From the Reading Public Museum to Blue Marsh Lake, Reading has something for everyone. The southern Pennsylvania city of around 90,000 residents, has some great museums, more than a dozen parks, dozens of great restaurants and pubs, winery and opportunities to ride a steam engine train. The Reading Blue Mountain and Northern Railroad is one place that offers those train trips, while the Mid-Atlantic Air Museum showcases scores of vintage aircraft for visitors to enjoy. There are also plenty of places to play golf in Reading. Reading Country Club is a public course, which despite being just 6,200 yards offers plenty of challenge with its undulation and elevation changes. Other nice layouts open to the public include the par-70s Flying Hills Golf Club and Chapel Hill Golf Course. Private Berkshire Country Club, a Willie Park Jr.-design that opened in 1903, is also an option for anyone fortunate enough to get to play it.