Frick Park


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Frick Park

Address:S Braddock & Forbes Aves
Pittsburgh, PA 15221

Phone:412-422-6550
Fax:412-422-6407
Web: www.city.pittsburgh.pa.us/parks/
Size: 600 acres.
Location:East of downtown in Pittsburgh's Squirrel Hill South neighborhood. Park office is located on English Lane off Beechwood Boulevard.
Facilities:Picnic shelters, playground, trails, fitness course, nature center, sports areas.
Activities:Hiking, tennis, lawn bowling, baseball, basketball, football, soccer.
Special Features:Attractions include the Frick Art and Historical Center (412-371-0600) and the Frick Environmental Center (412-422-6538).

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