Point State Park

Point State Park, located at the confluence of three rivers, is at the tip of Pittsburgh’s “Golden Triangle.” It commemorates and preserves the strategic and historic heritage of the area during the French and Indian War (1754 - 1763).

601 Commonwealth Pl Blg A, Pittsburgh, PA 15222-1212

Phone

412-565-2850

Website

dcnr.state.pa.us

Region

West

Manager

Jacob Weiland

Email

pointsp@pa.gov

Upcoming Events

Massy Harbison: 225 Years After Her Capture

On May 22, 1792, Massy Harbison and her children were taken captive by Indians near modern-day Freeport, Pa. After following her captors on foot towards...

5/27 11am
Paddle the Point

Join park staff on a paddle around the Point in Downtown Pittsburgh! This will be an out-and-back paddle. How far we go will depend on participants' ability...

5/27 1pm
Fish for Free Day - Family Fishing at Point State Park

Join staff from Point State Park and the Fort Pitt Museum on Sunday, May 28, 2017 for Fish for Free Day. On Fish for Free Day, no fishing license is required...

5/28 11am
Three Rivers Arts Festival

The Three Rivers Arts Festival takes place over 10 days, from June 2 to June 11 in Point State Park and downtown Pittsburgh. There will be bands playing...

6/2 12pm
Living History at Fort Pitt: Artillery and Artificers

Witness how soldiers at Fort Pitt prepared for cannon firings to defend the fort. Artisans such as tinners, turners, and blacksmiths will demonstrate and...

6/3 11am

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