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The overnight hostel is currently open, except for the following nights in October when a private event is booked:
10/28 & 10/29

Daily Check-in/Check-out Times for Hostel: 5 pm check-in and 9 am check-out, Wednesday – Monday
Tuesday: closed

Closed on occasion for private events. Please call ahead, and thank you for visiting!

We remain open year-round for special events and group bookings. To book a group retreat, special event, or overnight , please email ironmasterspinegrove@gmail.com.

The Ironmaster’s Mansion is located in the South Mountain landscape of Cumberland County, PA, nestled in the Pine Grove Furnace State Park.

Pine Grove Furnace was built during the era of the American Revolution, and one of its first operators was Michael Ege. In 1815, his son, Peter Ege, who built the mansion and enjoyed the longest tenure of any ironmaster, inherited Pine Grove Furnace. The Ironmaster’s Mansion serves as a hostel and prominent halfway resting area for Appalachian Trail hikers.

The Central Pennsylvania Conservancy (CPC) renovated the mansion with the help of generous sponsors and hundreds of volunteers in 2010 and reopened it in April 2011 for use as a hostel, meeting space and community resource for education, training and events.

This historic property has  28-bed dormitory-style accommodations where hikers and other visitors to the park can stay overnight for a nominal charge.  This 1829 Mansion is available as a venue for meetings, workshops, weddings, reunions, camps and other group functions.

The Central Pennsylvania Conservancy and Ironmaster’s Mansion are proud to be members of the Cumberland Valley Visitors Bureau, Destination Gettysburg, and the Gettysburg Wine and Fruit Trail.