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Harrison Hills Park

5200 Freeport Road
724-295-3570

Harrison Hills Park in Harrison Township occupies the extreme northeast portion of Allegheny County, bordering the Allegheny River and offering a magnificent overlook in which the viewer can see three other counties -Westmoreland, Butler and Armstrong. The theme of the picnic groves and shelters is seeing birds, trees and plants: Wake Robin, Laurel, Buckeye and Overlook.  

Facilities & Features 

  • 500 acres with streams, waterfalls, 2 ponds
  • Birding area (over 180 species)
  • Children's Play Area  
  • Don't Tip the Wildlife Campaign  
  • Environmental Learning Center Handicapped Accessible 
  • Guided walks and nature camps
  • Shelter and Facility Rental  
  • Soccer Fields (3)
  • Trails (walking, jogging, hiking and biking)
  • Tree diversification (over 60 species)
  • Watts Memorial Overlook Handicapped Accessible  
  • Wildlife Observation Blind


Reviews

Jesse Jay Hess

Rating:
Sunday, June 24, 2018
Just a great place to hike. The red trail is about 6.7 miles now and amazing. I tend to start at Chipmunk Drive on the green trail "wetlands trail". Keep an eye out for snakes they like to hang ouy. There are some areas that get a little rough but most of the trail is easy. Some of the hills have a steep grade and after 6 miles you can get fatigued. Be safe out there.

Chris Ober

Rating:
Sunday, July 8, 2018
What a beautiful and large park. As of this review, first time being there. Went far into the wooded trails and was a beautiful sight. Views are immaculate. Can't wait to come back.

Heather Miller

Rating:
Monday, Aug. 6, 2018
We drove through the park today looking for the perfect place for my daughters senior pictures. We found it! This park is beautiful!

Kacey Villani

Rating:
Friday, Aug. 3, 2018
Great place to hike. Gorgeous views. Scenic trails

Dennis Miller

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Sunday, Aug. 5, 2018
Great place to take a hike or bike ride pet friendly beautiful views and lots to look at.

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