Grey Towers is the ancestral home of Gifford Pinchot, first chief of the US Forest Service and twice Governor of Pennsylvania. Today Grey Towers serves as a conservation education and leadership center, with programs that interpret the lives of the Pinchot family.

The Allee is open!

The Allee is now open to one-way traffic driving towards the Mansion and is handicap accessible.

Visitor Parking, Handicap Parking & Drop-Off Option:

The Visitor Parking Lot is situated about 600 yards from the mansion. The walkway is designed to mimic the original carriageway and visitors are encouraged to enjoy the meandering walk approaching the mansion. There is a slight incline and benches along the way are intended to provide rest stops. Allow about 10 minutes from the parking lot to the mansion and please do not rush.

There are two handicap parking spots adjacent to the mansion for those with appropriate vehicle identification. Please follow the handicap parking signs straight up the driveway.

For those with limited mobility, please consider the drop-off option at the handicap parking area adjacent to the mansion; after dropping off, please have your driver park in the parking lot to keep the handicap parking spaces open. You can get picked up at the handicap parking area after your visit.

The parking lot gates are locked at 5: 30 pm from May 1-Oct. 31. All other times the gates are locked at 4:30 pm. All vehicles must be removed from the parking lot before the gates are locked.

For more information please call 570-296-9630.