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Parks and Pavillions

How to Reserve a Pavilion or Other Park Facility

  1. Bird Park
    (Beadling Road between Cedar Boulevard and Washington Road)
    • Nature trails
    • Picnic pavilion (no power); reservations taken
    • Fire circle
    • Grill
    • Eight anchored picnic tables
    • Port-a-john on-site
    • Athletic fields
    • Leashed dogs (with collar) allowed
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  2. Country Club Park
    (end of Country Club Drive next to Golf Course)
    • Children's playground
  3. Church Place Park
    (Lavina Avenue off Washington Road near Scott Road)
    • Children's playground
    • Game tables
    • Sitting area with two picnic tables
    • NO port-a-john
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  4. Highland Terrace Park
    (Terrace Drive)
    • Basketball courts
    • Children's playground
    • Sitting area
     
  5. Hoodridge Park
    (Connor Road)
    • Nature trails
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  6. Iroquois Park
    (Iroquois Drive)
    • Basketball courts
    • Children's playground
    • Sitting area
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  7. Mt. Lebanon Main Park
    (entrance on Cedar Boulevard at Greenhurst Drive)
    • Athletic Fields
      • Dixon Field (corner Cedar & Greenhurst)
      • Middle Field (next to Dixon, near snack bar)
      • Wildcat Field (next to Middle, farthest down Cedar)
    • Three picnic pavilions; reservations taken
      • Pavilion #1—sits farthest back in park
        Eight anchored picnic tables
        Two grills
        Port-a-john
      • Pavilion #2—closest to restrooms and parking lot
        Eight anchored picnic tables
        Two grills
      • Pavilion #3—square shelter on hill above pool
        Two anchored tables
    • Basketball Courts
    • Bocce Courts
    • Community Rooms
    • Founders Room—2nd floor tennis center, equipped with chair lift
    • Indoor ice rinks
    • Platform tennis
    • Playground
    • Sand volleyball
    • Sitting areas
    • Swimming pool
    • Tennis center
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  8. Meadowcroft Park
    (N. Meadowcroft Avenue behind Lincoln School)
    • Basketball courts
    • Tennis courts (lighted)
    • Sitting area
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  9. Robb Hollow Park
    (Cedar Boulevard near public works)
    • Leashed dogs (with collar) allowed
  10. Rockwood Park
    (Rockwood Avenue)
    • Basketball courts
    • Children's playground
    • Sitting area
    • Picnic pavilion—two tables
    • Grill
    • NO port-a-john
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  11. Sunset Hills Park
    (end of Brafferton Road)
    • Athletic field—Brafferton Field
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  12. Twin Hills Trails Park
    • Nature trails
    • Leashed dogs (with collar) allowed
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  13. Williamsburg Park
    (Sleepy Hollow Road at Valley Park Drive)
    • Basketball court
    • Children's playground
    • Horseshoe court
    • One picnic pavilion; reservations taken
    • Six anchored picnic tables
    • Two grills
    • Port-a-john on-site
    • Tennis court
       
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  14. Mt. Lebanon Tennis Center
    (Cedar Boulevard at Greenhurst Drive), (412) 343-3411 Operated by the Municipality of Mt. Lebanon from mid-April to mid-October. Operated by Mt. Lebanon Indoor Tennis Association from mid-October to mid-April. View more tennis information.
    • 15 clay courts
    • Eight lighted courts
    • Six indoor courts from mid-October to mid-April
    • Hank Hughes, Tennis Center Manager and Tennis pro—lessons available; call (412) 343-3411
    • League play, individual play
    • Season passes or walk-in fees
    • Pro shop
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  15. Mt. Lebanon Municipal Golf Course
    (enter on Pine Avenue in Castle Shannon), (412) 561-9761, golf desk
    • 9-hole Golf Course
    • Lessons, clinics available
    • David Boal, Golf Course Manager
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