Problem 1: You cannot find the place with GPS if you enter "the Old Frankstown Rd" address that is found in their website because it is actually the address of the administration building not the address of the ski lodge. In order to find the ski lodge, you need to follow the "Ski Lodge" signs after exiting Highway 376. Otherwise you will get lost as we did :)
Problem 2: This place is really disorganized. There are lots different desks: one for snow tubing tickets, other one is for slope tickets, other one is for lesson registration and the other three desks are for rental equipment (include three different desks- one for skis&poles, one for boots and other one is for helmet and register for rental) :) When we got there, they had "Rental Equipment Sold Out" sign at the cashier but when we asked for size 7&9 boots at the boots desk, we noticed that they actually had skis and boots even though the sign. I think there is no communication between the desks. So, you should just go and ask if they have your sizes, do not get disappointed if you see the sign :)
Problem 3: Food is very bad. Bring your own food.
Other than these three problems, Boyce Park is an inexpensive place for ski, snowboarding and snow tubing place. I paid 20 for rental, 12 for snow tubing and 10 for one hour ski lesson. It is just 20 minutes drive from Pittsburgh downtown. Great for kids, beginners and even experienced skiers.
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