Allegheny County Parks

The Allegheny County Parks system, comprised of nine parks and 12,000 acres is a regional treasure enjoyed by more than 11 million visitors annually. The regional parks ring the City of Pittsburgh along the highway route of the orange belt, at a radius of about 15 miles from downtown Pittsburgh. No Allegheny County resident is more than a 20 or 30 minute drive from a county park.

The parks' mix of recreational activities, cultural and educational programming, special events and greenways, provide a myriad of recreational opportunities.


Golf at North & South ParksGolf at North & South Parks

Enjoy ice skating, golf or tennis at North and South Parks; summer concerts at Hartwood; a swim in the wave pool at Settlers Cabin; the animal farm at Round Hill; skiing at Boyce Park, fishing at Deer Lakes Park, or the stunning beauty of fall as you stroll through White Oak or Harrison Hills Parks.


Tennis at North & South ParksSummer Concerts at Hartwood

Whatever your recreation preference may be, the Allegheny County parks are open 365 days a year for the enjoyment of our residents and guests.

Visit the Allegheny County Parks Department website for loads more information and a list of our latest events!