FALL PROGRAMS IN PITTSBURGH'S PARKS!
The Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy recently released its Fall Programming Guide, which includes a full schedule of free activities across all areas of the city. The unique variety of programs encourage Pittsburghers to get outdoors, exercise among nature, and engage in family friendly activities in their neighborhoods.
Organized by park location and activity type, the Fall Programming Guide includes events hosted by both the Parks Conservancy and the City of Pittsburgh. The activities will take place in Allegheny Commons Park on the Northside, Frick Environmental Center in the East End, Schenley Park and Schenley Plaza in Oakland, August Wilson and Robert E. Williams Memorial parks in the Hill District, Mellon Square downtown, and many other neighborhood parks.
Restoring Your Park System to Excellence
Pittsburghers need parks. They're where families create lasting memories together, where people of all ages connect to nature, and where all of us can simply enjoy a breath of fresh air. Parks, in return, do more than we realize. They clean the air, filter stormwater, lower stress, and provide a natural sanctuary.
We believe in the power of parks. We are all in. Are you?
Emerald View Park
Stitching together three historic parks, Emerald View Park is the premier place to view Pittsburgh's spectacular skyline.
At 644 acres, Frick Park is Pittsburgh's largest historic regional park.
Pittsburgh's need for a municipal water system brought about the creation of Highland Park in the late 1800s.
Riverview Park is a jewel of Pittsburgh’s North Side.
Situated in the heart of Oakland, Schenley Park has come to be Pittsburgh’s civic park.