Parks & Trails

The Westmoreland County Bureau of Parks and Recreation encompasses ten parks and five trails, maintained to provide visitors with a wide variety of benefits and experiences.


Cedar Creek Park
Located in Rostraver Township, 1/4 mile North of I-70 on Route 51

Mammoth Park
Located in Mt. Pleasant Township, accessible via Route 981 and 982 from Latrobe and Greensburg

Northmoreland Park
Located in Allegheny Township, off of Route 356

Twin Lakes Park
Located in Hempfield and Unity Townships, just east of Greensburg on Donohoe Road from Route 30

Bridgeport Dam
Accessible via Route 31, east of Mt. Pleasant

Chestnut Ridge Park
Accessible via Route 31, east of Donegal

Loyalhanna Gorge

Sewickley Creek Wetlands
Located near New Stanton, off of PA Turnpike-66

Ann Rudd Saxman Nature Park
Located two miles east of Greensburg, between Route 30 and Donohoe Road

Historic Hanna's Town
Located three miles north of Greensburg, between US Route 119 and PA Route 819


Coal and Coke Trail
Starts in Mt. Pleasant and heads west to Scottdale

Five Star Trail
Connects Greensburg to Youngwood, continuing to Armbrust

Westmoreland Heritage Trail

Connects Saltsburg to Trafford, with stops in Slickville and Delmont

Great Allegheny Passage
Access to the trail is located in Cedar Creek Park and West Newton

Little Crabtree Creek Trail
Starts in Twin Lakes Park and will eventually connect to Crabtree