Mammoth Park

Notice regarding PennDOT repair work near Mammoth Park (June 30, 2022):
Route 982 is closed for culvert replacement on Route 982 between Route 130 and Tall Pine Drive.
There is no access to Mammoth Park from the north from Route 130 via Route 982
The full detour is marked on the road by way of Route 981.

Mammoth Park (approximate acreage: 408) contains a 24-acre fresh water lake stocked by the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission that provides excellent fishing opportunities. Another attraction is the 96-foot high giant slide and creative play area that has provided many thrilling rides to adventuresome park visitors.

GPS Address: 171 County Park Road, Mt. Pleasant, PA 15666

Park Amenities:

  • Pavilion RentalMammoth Park has 14 pavilions which will accommodate groups up to 200. Rent a pavilion online here.
  • Mammoth Lake : A natural stopover for migrating waterfowl and a beautiful area for a lakeside picnic or hike. Handicap fishing docks are available and when frozen, the lake can be used for ice fishing. Recreational canoeing and kayaking are permitted from May 1 to October 31, 7:00 am to dusk. Only non-motorized kayak and canoes up to 16 feet in length are permitted. Click here for all rules and regulations
  • Giant Slide Complex : This one-of-a-kind facility boasts two, approximately100-foot stainless steel "racing" slides, one 40-foot plastic slide for younger visitors, a climbing cargo net, and rock "scramble." This area is ADA-accessible with seating, natural landscaping, and plenty of photo opportunities. Click here to visit the Mammoth Park Giant Slide Complex page.
  • Scenic Overlook : A 10-mile view of the Mammoth Park countryside is available from this panoramic observation deck. 
  • Ball Field Complex : Mammoth Park is home to two premier softball / baseball fields, which are available by application for league, tournament, or pick-up play. Soccer fields are also available in the complex. 
  • Tennis Courts and Dek Hockey Courts
  • Skate Park for bikes, inline skates, and skateboards
  • Model Radio-Controlled Airfield : The Laurel Highlands R/C Airplane Club operates the Mammoth Park R/C Airfield. Park visitors will see a wide variety of models take to the airways daily. Visit their website for more information.
  • Hunting : Portions of the park are open for hunting. The lakefront area is closed periodically in fall for waterfowl hunting. 
  • World War II Veterans Memorial: The memorial is located next to Pavilion #2 parking area. 
  • Park Hours: 9:00 a.m. to Dusk
  • For more information, please call (724) 830-3950

Events at Mammoth Park