Heritage Hills Golf Course is perfect for both the mental and physical golfer. This course is a classic course designed to test experienced players and casual players alike with its beautifully maintained fairways, native shrubbery and cool waterways. The greens are the backdrop to this 18-hole championship course spread across nearly 6500 yards of rolling terrain.
The history and vision of “York’s Resort”
Heritage Hills Golf Course & Resort opened in 1989 as a regional retreat for guests to escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Today, the same holds true. With a variety of activities, Heritage Hills has become known for its "park and play" atmosphere — attracting guests from throughout the region for personal, business, social and private affairs. In The Beginning A century old oak tree that stood on the south end of the Resort's grounds was the inspiration for the courses' architect, Russell Roberts. Standing more than one-hundred feet high, the tree is the official emblem for the course and logo for the resort. The future All work and planning within Heritage Hills is focused on capturing and holding the premier position of being unquestionably "York's Resort". The building of an underground parking garage and — very excitingly — the creation of a state-of-the art indoor water park are in the planning stages and are pending approval by township officials. In the more distant future, the resort has plans to merge its course with nearby Springwood Golf Course. This would be achieved with a bridge connecting Heritage Hills and Springwood Golf Courses across Camp Betty Washington Road to create a single 18-hole course