Recreation and Playgrounds
Whether you’re raising children, or you’re just a kid at
heart, there are lots of outdoor opportunities for play and
relaxation in Homestead Borough.
Plan a day to explore our outdoor spaces and see all Homestead
Borough has to offer.
Playgrounds and Basketball Courts
The playgrounds of Homestead are a place for children to play,
parents to socialize, and neighbors to relax.
- Sullivan Playground, Ninth Avenue and Amity
Streets (Map it)
- Charlie Batch Playground, Sixteenth Avenue and
Maple Street (Map it)
- McLean Playground, Sarah Street and West 12th
Avenue (Map it)
- PROPEL Playground, 100 Block of East 10th
Avenue (Map it)
- Frick Park, Tenth Avenue and Amity Street (Map
Hiking and Biking
Access to the Steel Valley Trail, a portion of the Great Allegheny
Passage Bike Trail is found next to Eat n’ Park along Waterfront Drive.
The trail takes bikers and hikers over scenic green space overlooking
the Monongahela Valley that was once dominated by the most famous steel
mills in America.
- Homestead Community Garden, East Seventh Avenue
and Amity Street (Map it)
Children and adults can learn about healthy, sustainable gardening
practices while enjoying the outdoors and lending a hand in the
During the Summer there is a weekly organic food stand and a portion
of the yield from the garden will be donated to The Rainbow Kitchen
Community Services in Homestead to distribute to qualifying needy
Volunteer and group collaboration opportunities are available. See
Garden’s Facebook Page for more information.
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