Pittsburgh July 03, 2017
The Pittsburgh Park That Will Make You Feel Like You Walked Into A Fairy Tale
Once upon a time isn’t just for the kids. No matter our age, we can still believe in the magic of fairy tales, if only for a brief moment. Pittsburgh’s fairy tale park, which boasts a super playground for the kids, offers plenty of charm and activities for kids
Drink in the simple beauty of flowers and a flowing fountain when you first arrive at Highland Park. The lush park offers the opportunity to hike, bike, swim, and play volleyball.
Admire the tranquility of the gem of the park. The reservoir has provided safe, clean water for Pittsburghers since 1879.
Stroll through the lush green park, stopping to admire the enchanting footbridge and greenery.
Meander along a grassy path, under the canopy of trees, as you explore the park that has been part of the Pittsburgh landscape since the 1800s.
Stop to smell the flowers as you approach a fairy tale setting that will have you longing for the simple, carefree days of childhood.
Watch the kids play on the wooden castle of what is known as Highland Park's Super Playground.
The super playground features an old-fashioned tire swing, traditional swings, and slides.
Enjoy a leisurely picnic at one of the sheltered picnic tables or sit back and relax as the kids exhaust themselves with imaginative play.
Children of all ages will find plenty to do at one of Pittsburgh's most popular playgrounds.
Highland Park welcomes guests all year around from 6 a.m. to 11 p.m. while the entry garden remains open 24 hours a day.
park do you consider Pittsburgh’s fairy tale park?