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

Walk MS Pittsburgh

The Western Pennsylvania Chapter of the National MS Society is holding its annual Walk MS Pittsburgh at Point State Park again this year. Day of event...

4/23 8am
Know Your Native Trees!

Join our park naturalist on Arbor Day in front of the Fort Pitt Block House to learn how to identify the native trees here in Point State Park. The program...

4/29 11am
Know Your Native Trees!

Join our park naturalist on Arbor Day in front of the Fort Pitt Block House to learn how to identify the native trees here in Point State Park. The program...

4/29 3pm
Beginning Birding and Binocular Basics

Join our park naturalist on National Go Birding Day for a beginning birding program. The program will start in front of the Fort Pitt Museum. The program...

4/30 2pm
Development of a Park at the Point

Join our park naturalist in front of the Fort Pitt Museum for a short walking tour of the park. This tour will cover the development of Point State Park -...

5/3 1:15pm

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