Boyce Park

Covering 1,096 acres in Monroeville and Plum Townships, Boyce Park features the only downhill skiing and snow tubing hills available in the Allegheny County Parks system.

Boyce Park features numerous amenities, including ballfields, a wave pool, trails, a skate park, shelters available for events, and an archery range.

About Boyce Park

Named after the founder of the Boy Scouts of America, William D. Boyce Park was one of the first regional parks to be dedicated in 1963.

Did you know? All the picnic groves in the park are connected to the Boy Scouts, including:

  • Tenderfoot - A ranking in the Boy Scouts
  • Eagle Den - Eagle Scout is the highest ranking in the Boy Scouts
  • Baden Powell - Named after Lord Robert Baden-Powell, the founder of the Boy Scouts

The Carpenter Log House includes a spring house, barn, and educational center on the life of pioneers.

Friends of the Park

Friends of the Park are local volunteers appointed by the County Council who advocate to protect and preserve Allegheny County Parks' natural beauty.

The Boyce Park Friends of the Park meet bimonthly.

Learn more about Friends of the Park.

Location

675 Old Frankstown Rd, Pittsburgh, PA 15239  View Map

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