Boyce Park

Situated on 1,096 acres just east of Pittsburgh in Monroeville and Plum, Boyce Park is named for William D. Boyce, founder of the Boy Scouts of America. Boyce Park is the only location for downhill skiing and snowboarding in the county and features ski lifts and a ski lodge. The park also  features snow tubing, archery, tennis, playing fields, a wave pool and one of two Board, Blade and Bike attractions in the county parks. In addition, Boyce Park has a nature center, a restored Carpenter homestead, and several picnic areas named with Boy Scout themes.

  • Park Office:

    (724) 327-0338, 8798

  • Hours of Operation:

    Monday-Saturday / 9:00AM - 4:30PM

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