Indiana County Parks
Indiana County Parks & Trails is a natural resource-based park system located in west-central Pennsylvania. We operate 2,700 acres of parks, natural areas and historic sites along with an extensive regional trail system.
We offer year-round facilities and activities for your use and enjoyment including an extensive environmental education program series. Visit our rental facilities page to find the right facility for your next event or special occasion.
Our county parks and trails offer the chance to play, relax, improve your health and fitness and explore the natural world. We encourage and invite you to discover Indiana County Parks & Trails!
News & Announcements
Trails Update (March 29, 2015): Portions of the Blairsville Riverfront Trail contain areas of mud and silt leftover from recent flooding due to waters being held back by the Conemaugh Dam. Our trail crew will be working on removing the mud over the next week.
Early Season Plant ID - this Friends of the Parks program will be held on Saturday April 4th beginning at 9:00 a.m. at Memorial Park in Indiana Borough. Michael Tyree will be the program leader.
Forest Landowner Workshop - Monday April 13, 2015 from 6:30 - 8:30 pm at Yellow Creek State Park Environmental Learning Center
Topic: Creating Healthy Forests and Diversity for Wildlife
Pre-registration is required! To register call the PA Bureau of Forestry at 814-472-1862 no later than April 6th. Workshop is FREE of charge.
Herp Field Day - Join us while we explore Pine Ridge Park looking for herps (amphibians and reptiles). This program will start at Pine Lodge at Pine Ridge Park on Saturday April 18th beginning at 10 a.m. Come dressed to explore streams and woods in the park. You will also learn how to participate in the PA Amphibian and Reptiles Survey.