Before my wife and I took our sons (ages 11 & 8) to Pittsburgh last week, I Googled "Fun things to do with kids in Pittsburgh." Frick Park came up. And this looked like a fun place, particularly with its Blue Slide.
Itisitisitis!! The kids loved the playground, especially the slide. I loved how my boys instantly bonded with other...
There are many urban parks in Pittsburgh, but this is one of the best, lesser travelled ones. Good for dog walking, has a small meadow for off leash. This is an urban blighted area returned back to its natural beauty. The flowering dogwood trees were spectacular.
Very peaceful and clean. Lots of trails to wander around!
We (my pup & I) finally found the doggie park (fenced in for no leash play) and he wanted to continue walking, had no interest in the fenced area. .
We love this park. My children grew up going down the landmark big blue slide and now our grandchildren enjoy it too. Kids line up with cardboard it have a better ride some adult do to. We love the vast green space for sun bathing picnicking. My husband and grandchildren love to dying their helicopter and kites there. It 's...
This sprawling 644 acre green space is truly a marvel, a bit of "wilderness" in the midst of the city, with a stream running through it, miles of trails for hiking, biking or cross country skiing, clay tennis courts, soccer fields, an off-leash dog park, playgrounds and wetlands full of wildlife (including over 100 species of birds) and a recently...
I love taking my dog to Frick Park. There are so many trails that it's easy to get lost, but I always find my way back. It feels like you're in the middle of nowhere even though you're close to the city. Beautiful place.