Welcome to Springfield Township
Nestled along the shores of Lake Erie, our community offers the best of both worlds – a peaceful, rural setting with small-town amenities and access to the beauty of the lake. If you're seeking a quiet, countryside lifestyle on the shores of Lake Erie or in close proximity to the lake, Springfield Township is the perfect place for you. We offer the perfect blend of natural beauty and small-town charm, making it a great place to call home.
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Spotlights of Springfield Township
Shepherd’s Hollow Golf Club
The club offers an exceptional golf experience, with 27 holes of championship-level course design and stunning natural surroundings. They also offer a range of dining options for every taste. For those looking to host events, the glass banquet venue is the perfect setting for weddings, corporate events, and other special occasions.
Franklin Cider Mill
Join us for a weekend of fun and entertainment! The place features mellow jazz music to set the mood, as well as magic by Chris for some added wonder. You’ll also find them grilling up some delicious cider dogs and chips for you to enjoy. The little ones are kept entertained with some storytime. It’s always a jam-packed weekend at Franklin Cider Mill!
Indian Springs Metropark
Experience the beauty and complexity of nature at Indian Springs Metropark, where you can explore 60 acres of restored prairies and native ecosystems. The Environmental Discovery Center offers a chance to learn about the natural history of the area, or take a walk through the miles of trails that wind through prairies, woodlands, wetlands, and meadows. If you're feeling active, there are also 18 holes of regulation golf, a paved hike-bike trail, volleyball courts, a splash pad, and playgrounds to enjoy.
Springfield Township at a Glance
Major Roads: Hwy-8, Old Wattsburg Rd
Airport: Erie International Airport
Distance to Erie: 36 minutes
Distance to Union City: 9 minutes
Zip Codes: 16438, 16442
Miles of Natures Trails: 918
Number of Schools: 4
Live Like an Springfield Township Local
Timeless properties and updated abodes are sprinkled through Springfield Township’s quiet and welcoming neighborhoods. Whether you’re looking for the simplicity of traditional vinyl siding or beautiful homes tucked away in Pennsylvania’s greenery, you won’t be short of options in Springfield Township. Quaint ranches and renovated two-story homes are common, providing unassuming living spaces equipped with everyday necessities. Springfield Township homes typically come with a decent slice of property to keep manicured for maximum curb appeal and backyards to enjoy tempered summers.
Springfield Township’s homes offer a range of lot sizes, from less than a half-acre to more than 25 acres of rolling hills or forested terrain. Homes are in a prime location, set near Union City and its selection of restaurants, stores, and other creature comforts. The rural setting keeps you separated from the city life for a more relaxed and peaceful lifestyle, but luxury amenities and more options for recreation aren’t far with Downtown Erie set just a half hour away.
Springfield Township may be located in a more rural setting, but Union City is a decent provider of casual employment. Cashiers and customer service representatives are needed to keep the local businesses running smoothly. More industrial jobs can be found about a half-hour away in Erie, where tourism and manufacturing jobs offer more opportunities for advancement. The city is also big for healthcare positions, including nurses and home health social workers, and employment in local utility companies.
Children living in Springfield Township will attend either the Wattsburg School District or Fort LeBoeuf School District. Which they attend primarily depends on their zip code and if they’re closer to Union City or Wattsburg. Both districts are not short on public schools to ensure teachers aren’t overburdened by large classrooms. Alternatives to public schools are available, including Mercyhurst Preparatory School, Erie First Christian Academy, and Cathedral Preparatory School.
Ready to Find a Home in Springfield Township?
If Springfield Township sounds like the perfect community for you, we'd love to help you land your dream home here! Give us a call to schedule a showing or learn more about this growing rural township. We look forward to working with you soon!
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