ALL SPRAY PARKS ARE CLOSED AND WILL OPEN IN LATE SPRING 2014.
Cool off during hot days (late spring - early fall) at Pittsburgh's coolest aquatic facilities—"spray parks!"
You don't need swimming skills to enjoy the spray parks. From the tiniest toddler to a pre-teen adventurer, and even those using wheelchairs, children of all ages and abilities enter with equal enthusiasm.
Let your imagination run wild, as movement sensors cause sprayers to magically turn on and off in this three-dimensional world of water. It's guaranteed to bring back memories of running through sprinklers...but this time with a lot more fun, color and movement.
Directions: Beechview Spray Park is located at the end of the 1200 block of Orangewood Avenue. From West Liberty Avenue (outbound after driving through Liberty Tunnel) turn right on to Brookside Avenue and continue until it ends at Sebring Avenue. Turn left on Sebring and a half a block later, turn right on to Orangewood Avenue. Continue on Orangewood until it ends in the spray park parking lot.
East Hills - East Hills Park, Wilner Drive NEW in 2013
Shadyside - Mellon Park, Fifth Avenue NEW in 2013
Location: Mellon Park Spray Park is located adjacent to the Mellon Park Tennis Center on Fifth Avenue at the intersection of Beechwood Boulevard.
Troy Hill - Cowley Playground, Goettman Street
Directions: From 16th Street Bridge (outbound from Downtown) continue straight on Chestnut Street. Turn right onto Phineas Street (becomes Troy Hill Road). Continue on Troy Hill Road and at top of hill make sharp left onto Goettman Street. Spray park is located next to ballfield.
Mayor and community leaders break ground on July 17, 2013, for Warrington Spray Park in Beltzhoover.