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
Cummings Dam (Blue Spruce Park) - a contractor is beginning the first phase of a geotechnical study of Cummings Dam. The work will involve concrete core sampling of the dam and surrounding areas. Visitors are reminded to keep out of the work area during this time period. The core sampling will take approximately 3 weeks.

Spring Wildlfowers are Peaking - this is a good time to visit our parks to look for spring wildflowers. These 'ephemerals' only last for a brief time: Trillium, Dutchaman's Breeches, Spring Beauty, Hepatica, Jack-in-the-Pulpit to name a few. Visit our Park Rambles section of our website for some photos of our wildlfowers.

Covered Bridge Tour - we are offering a tour to Indiana County's four covered bridges on Saturday May 16th beginning at 1:00 p.m. Please call the Indiana County Tourist Bureau at 724-463-7505 to register for the tour bus. A $20 fee, paid in advance, covers your cost for the trip, refreshments and guided tour.

Friends of the Parks: Check out the Friends of the Parks section of our website for information on upcoming programs at our county parks and at Yellow Creek State Park.