THINGS TO DO IN GREEN LANE, PA.
Outdoor Adventure and Small Town Attractions
Green Lane is best known for Green Lane Park and the outdoor adventure it provides, but those who venture out a little farther will find historic movie theaters, one-of-a-kind museums, incredible golf and so much more in the surrounding communities.
GREEN LANE PARK
2144 Snyder Road
Green Lane Park is Montgomery County, Pa.'s premier destination for outdoor adventure on land and water. Rent a kayak or stand-up paddleboard for a day on the lake. Put on your best hiking boots to explore 20 miles of trails. Or toss a line in search of catfish, bass and trout.
MACOBY RUN GOLF COURSE
5275 McLean Station Rd
For more than 20 years, Macoby Run Golf Course has built a reputation as one of Montco's premier public courses. And whether you play early or late, you'll never miss a meal. The Wetlands Bar & Restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
252 Main St
The Grand Theatre in East Greenville, Pa., is a historic movie theater restored to its 1920s glory. Enjoy current releases, classic cinema and silent movies featuring the theater’s organ.
SCHWENKFELDER LIBRARY & HERITAGE CENTER
105 Seminary St
The Schwenkfelder Library & Heritage Center collects, preserves, exhibits and interprets artifacts related to the Schwenkfelders, the 16th-century Germanic people who settled in southeastern Pennsylvania.
Since 1952, DCP Theatre has brought live performing arts to the Upper Perkiomen Valley. The year-round performance calendar includes classic plays, brand new dramas, and family-friendly performances.
BAUMAN'S FAMILY PA DUTCH FRUIT BUTTERS AND CIDER
116 Hoffmansville Rd
Ten minutes from Green Lane is one of Montgomery County's hidden gems: Bauman's. The Bauman family has been making fruit butters, ciders and condiments for more than a century.