Outdoor Activities

Boyce Park Skiing

Boyce Park Skiing is a small facility located right out in Monroeville.

(724) 773-4665 675 Old Frankstown Road Website

Hidden Valley

Hidden Valley has a nice mix of beginner, intermediate and advanced terrain slopes available in the Laurel Mountains and is about an hour away.

(814) 443-8000 1 Craighead Drive Website

Seven Springs

Seven Springs is Pennsylvania’s largest ski resort located in the Laurel Mountains about an hour away.

(800) 452-2223 777 Waterwheel Drive Website


Sandcastle is a water park with 15 slides and wading pools right along the Monongahela River.

(412) 462-6666 1000 Sandcastle Drive Website

Kennywood Park

Kennywood Park is Pittsburgh’s oldest amusement park founded in1898.  It has a history of having cutting edge roller coasters; the Racer was originally built in 1910.  There are several buildings still in use from the turn of the century.  .  .

(412) 461-0500 4899 Kennywood Boulevard Website

Allegheny Park System

Allegheny Park System boasts ice-skating in both North and South Parks in the winter.  North and South Parks have golf courses for summer time activities.  Wave pools are in Boyce Park, Settler’s Cabin Park and South Park.  A traditional pool is in North Park.  There is tennis available at Boyce, Settler’s Cabin, North and South Parks.

(724) 327-0338 Website

Pittsburgh Tour Company

The Pittsburgh Tour Company’s double decker tour offers Pittsburgh’s only hop on/hop off tour in historic red double decker buses from London. Our guided and humorous, historic tour of Pittsburgh showcases some favorite areas for shopping, live entertainment, stadiums, museums, restaurants, bars and architecture.

(412) 381-8687 Langley Clock (Stop #7) Website

Just Ducky Tours

Just Ducky Tours takes riders on Pittsburgh’s only adventure through the city – on land and water. Each excursion begins at historic Station Square before waddling downtown for the ride of your life.

(412) 402-3825 125 W Station Square Drive Website

Segway in Paradise

Segway in Paradise offers tours of downtown Pittsburgh. We provide each customer with individual instruction to ensure a safe and enjoyable glide, with a two hour tour. Tours open to anyone ages 14 & up.

(412) 337-3941 125 W Station Square Drive Website

Golden Triangle Bike Rental

Experience our beautiful city from 20+ miles of traffic-free riverfront trail! Ride by Point State Park, PNC Park, Downtown, the South Side and so many more iconic Pittsburgh landmarks.

(412) 600-0675 600 1st Avenue Website

Kayak Pittsburgh

The Kayak Pittsburgh project of Venture Outdoors makes available kayaking gear for rent. Brave the trolls under the 6th Street Bridge to get started on your own river adventure!

(412) 969-9090 6th Street Bridge Website

PA Brew Tours

PA Brew Tours has a passion for exploring local and off the beaten path breweries in the great state of Pennsylvania. After years of organizing their own trips to local breweries, the team decided to share their passion with other local beer enthusiasts, providing tours to local breweries and brew pubs.

(412) 323-4709 800 Vinial Street (Penn Brewery) Website

Pittsburgh Flying Disc Society

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The purpose of the Pittsburgh Flying Disc Society is the promotion of flying disc sports and games. This group achieves its purpose through events, programs and publications dedicated to public education, community involvement and other related activities.

Event Calendar Website