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Point State Park was a beautiful and a very easy walk. You can see up or down all three rivers and see all the bridges as you walk around to the diffrent points. The fountain is neat at night. The fountain does shot up higher...More
The Point is so much more than what we see today; it is the center of so much history in the development of our country. As I walked in this area, I reflected on the many people whose footsteps came before me. It felt as...More
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The park does not have swings or slides. However it does have an educational and historical spot where Fort Pitt once was and is now a museum. The park is vast so if you bring a soccer ball, frisbee, baseball gloves and a... More
The park does not have swings or slides. However it does have an educational and historical spot where Fort Pitt once was and is now a museum. The park is vast so if you bring a soccer ball, frisbee, baseball gloves and a ball, there is room to play any kind of yard activities you would enjoy and would need space. Also keep in mind that just a short walk across the bridge, there is Carnegie Museum which has a very large children’s activity center. Also within the city (short walk from the park and during the summer), PPG Plaza has fountain area that children can enjoy and run thru to cool off.
During major events in Point State Park there are always activities set up for children/kids to enjoy.