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Frick Park

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Dawn
Dawn
December 28, 2019
Great trails and dog friendly
Robert And Sarah
Robert And Sarah
November 17, 2019
Frick Park is an awesome 640 acre city park, easily accessible from this place. You can walk or drive the 0.6 miles to the entrance at the Frick Environmental Center, where you can walk or jog on any of the plentiful (hilly) hiking trails. There are also two playground areas at the edges of the…
Catherine
Catherine
January 6, 2020
Frick Park is the largest of Pittsburgh's four historic parks covering 644 acres. The trails are clearly marked and many follow the bubbling creek. Hot Dog Dam is a favorite natural splash and go hiker's dogs to enjoy.
Jim
Jim
November 15, 2019
Great for mountain biking and hiking! Frick Park is the largest municipal park in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, covering 644 acres. It is one of Pittsburgh's four historic large parks. The park began when Henry Clay Frick, upon his death in 1919, bequeathed 151 acres south of Clayton, his Point Breeze…
Eric
Eric
November 17, 2019
Mac Miller Blue Slide Park is a part of Frick Park. Great trails for hiking or biking. The East Gate entrance is a five minute walk.

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Standort
1981 Beechwood Boulevard
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15217
Telefonnummer+1 412-682-7275