Keystone Conference Center


The Keystone Conference Center (KCC), which is owned and operated by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, is located at Fort Indiantown Gap, Pennsylvania.

The Conference Center complex consists of the main conference center building (Bldg. 17-104), a 10,000 square foot structure, and the adjacent Sergeants’ Grove Picnic Area.The Keystone Conference Center was dedicated on 14 May 2010.

The Pennsylvania National Guard Foundation (PNGF), a private, non-profit, IRS-recognized charitable organization, played a key role in initiating the KCC project under the leadership of the late Major General Gerald T. Sajer, former Adjutant General, whose vision laid the groundwork for this project.  The PNGF helped attract voluntary donations and coordinated volunteer efforts to support construction of the KCC.

Located on a wooded site on the side of Blue Mountain, above Marquette Lake, the Keystone Conference Center offers the ideal location for a wide variety of official and unofficial functions.The KCC is a multi-purpose facility.It offers top-notch facilities for official meetings, conferences and functions for the Pennsylvania National Guard and other state and federal agencies. The KCC is available for rental for unofficial uses subject to availability. The KCC is ideal for many unofficial uses such as parties, receptions, showers, and functions of all kinds. The Center also functions as part of the Commonwealth’s continuity of government operations plans in case of circumstances requiring government offices to relocate from Harrisburg.

For additional information or to reserve the Keystone Conference Center for meetings, functions and events, contact the DMVA Office of Facilities and Engineering at 717-861-8581 or e-mail  Click here for more information about the Keystone Conference Center and for a list of rates.

Interested Pennsylvania Guard members, retirees and friends of the Guard may order a brick to be placed at the KCC.  In return for a donation to the Foundation of $100, your name or the name of a loved one may become a permanent part of the Keystone Conference Center.  Click here for information on how to order your brick at the Keystone Conference Center.