Originally called the Regional Environmental Education Center (REEC), the Outdoor Classroom is a nature center offering something for everyone, including programs for teachers, students, service groups, government officials, business leaders and community residents.
With a rich local history of Native American use, early settler development, coal mining, agriculture and ecological diversity, this facility has a remarkable scope of elements readily at hand for diverse programs. Along with the classrooms is the Community Resource Room where students and residents in the Pittsburgh region to have free and open access to environmental learning and resources.
The center is nestled within 475 acres of Boyce-Mayview Park, a municipal park owened and operated by the suburb Upper St. Clair.
Varies per program; call for information.
On-site parking is available.