Golf's American roots can be traced to Foxburg, a small scenic town on the Allegheny River in western PA. The picturesque meadows of Samuel Fox’s summer estate are just one more reason to get away to Foxburg. Visit The American Golf Hall of Fame, stay the night at the Foxburg Inn, try the Belgian-style artisan-made chocolate at Divani Chocatier and Barista, sip wine at Foxburg Wine Cellars or partake in the recreational activities that thrive here: birding, hiking, paddling and angling for bass and walleye. And don’t miss the off-beat motorized Segway tour of the Riverstone Estate, where you’ll weave through hundreds of acres of forest and wooded trails.
The area has a rich history of oil and railroads dating back to William Penn. Today, Foxburg is a thriving community with plenty of outdoor activities such as golfing, biking, hiking, canoeing, kayaking, fishing, as well as touring on segway or pontoon boats. A wealth of experience is also available to those who enjoy fine-dining, local wines, locally made fine chocolate as well as classical performing arts and exhibits.