Bushy Run Battlefield State Park
in Westmoreland County PA
Take the Pennsylvania Turnpike to Exit 8, the Greensburg-New Stanton interchange. Follow Route 119 to Toll 66 North. Take Toll 66 North to the Greensburg-Harrison City exit. Make a left off of the exit ramp onto Business 66 North.
Take Business 66 North to Route 993 West. Bushy Run Battlefield’s entrance is 3 miles on Route 993.
Located on 218 acre site, there you will experience Bushy Run Battlefield, Pontiac’s War, and the French and Indian War period. Bushy Run Battlefield is the site of the 1763 British encounter with Native American forces that started the Pennsylvania frontier. The battlefield offers guided and self guided tours. Three miles of historic hiking trails. Guided tours that will allow you to gain knowledge of the battlefield.
Wednesday – Sunday: 9:00 am – 5:00 pm Year-round schedule.
April 1st through October 31st
Wed – Sun: 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
Closed during winter, for off season visits please contact the Bushy Run Battlefield Heritage Society.
Senior Citizens/AAA-Member- $4.50
Large group discounts available. Please contact to make reservations: firstname.lastname@example.org
Attractions and Facilities
- Bushy Run Battlefield Gift Shop
- Visitor Center
- Outdoor Exhibits
- Annual fall nature walk
- Annual haunted history hayride
For more information on any events or any questions you have about Bushy Run Battlefield can be answered by calling: 724-527-5589 or 724-527-5584 or visit their website.
Bushy Run Battlefield
P.O. Box 468
Harrison City, PA 15636-0468
Westmoreland County offers ideal outdoor park settings in the heart of the Laurel Highlands