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!

Park Rambles

News & Announcements

Contributing to Our Parks and Trails  - we accept donations to our Park Legacy Fund through a fund we have established with the Community Foundation of the Alleghenies. Donations to the fund are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law. To contribute to the Park legacy Fund visit the website and select Indiana County Parks Legacy Fund at:

Hunter Advisory
- while portions of Blue Spruce Park, Pine Ridge Park and Hemlock Lake are open to hunting we do not permit tree stands or the use of ATVs on county park property. Hunters are also required to obey all safety zones and comply with regulations of the Pennsylvania Game Commission.

As a reminder the Festival of Lights at Blue Spruce Park has been discontinued and will not be held in 2015. Our Blue Spruce Lodge and Lakeside Center remain open and are available for hosting holiday parties and gatherings.