The Township of Upper St. Clair Pennsylvania

Parks & Fields

Upper St. Clair supports 14 parks along with multiple fields totaling approximately 733 acres for the use and enjoyment of Township residents and organizations. Because the intent of the neighborhood parks is for pedestrian access, limited parking is available.     

If fees or special regulations for use of any of the locations have been set, residents may obtain permits for use from the Township. Non-resident use is by written permission only to ensure proper scheduling.

ARAD provides generous Grant to the Township of Upper St. Clair

RAD Works Here

The Township of Upper St. Clair values the Allegheny Regional Asset District for their continued support with our development of Boyce Mayview Park. With ARAD's generous contribution for 2020 of $150,000 in Capital Support and $230,000 in Operational Support, the Township will be able to expand facilities and provide quality services for our regional audience.

Parks & Playgrounds Regulations

Parks & Fields

Baker Park, "A Neighborhood Park"

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Upper St. Clair supports 16 parks and fields totaling approximately 733 acres for the use and enjoyment of Township residents and organizations. Because the intent of the neighborhood parks is for pedestrian access, limited parking is available.

Baker Park is 13.82 acres off Morton Road at Morrow, near Baker School.

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Courts and fields:

  • 1 small baseball field (no lights)
  • 2 lighted basketball courts
  • 2 lighted tennis courts
  • 2 Bocce courts (lighted)
  • 1 lighted volleyball court (sand surface)


Playground Equipment
(all on sand surface)

  • one-piece climbing structure for 2-5 year olds
  • slides
  • climber
  • telescope
  • covered sand pit
  • swing set (2 infant/2 regular) 



  • small shelter (in play area)
  • water fountain
  • picnic tables
  • grass play area near tennis courts
  • entrance to perimeter trail parking spaces
  • Port-A-John facility 

Beadling Soccer Field


Beadling Soccer Field is 3.36 acres along Painters Run Road near Robb Hollow Road.

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Boyce Mayview Park (Community & Recreation Center, The Miracle League Field, and more!)


In 1996 Upper St. Clair acquired 238 acres of the Mayview Farm property from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. The location of this property directly adjacent to the Township's 236-acre Boyce Park property called out for a Masterplan process which would examine potential development and conservation opportunities for the now combined Boyce/Mayview Park.

These two largely undeveloped properties contain extensive woodlands, level fields and open spaces as well as stream valleys, hiking trails and active vegetable gardens.

Chartiers Creek and the extensive wetlands constructed and owned by PennDOT form the western boundary of the properties and the creek and wetlands together with the park land, provide a diverse habitat to waterfowl, birds, plants and many types of wildlife.

Boyce Mayview Park Map
Boyce Mayview Park Master Plan
Boyce Mayview Park Master Plan Presentation
Boyce Mayview Park Interior Trails Plan
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  • Regulation Baseball Field
  • Baseball/Softball Field
  • Multipurpose Field
  • The Miracle League Field
  • Pavilions
  • Concession Stand
  • Batting Cage

Brookside Park, "A Neighborhood Park"

Brookside Park is 3.70 acres of natural woodlands off Ponoka Road in Brookside Farms.


Byrnwick Park, "A Neighborhood Park"

Byrnwick Park is 7.05 acres near Byrnwick and Thornwick Drives, above Painters Run Road.

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Courts and fields:

  • 1 lighted basketball court
  • 1 tennis court (no lights)



Playground Equipment (5-12 year olds)

  • play unit
  • swing set (2 infant/2 regular)
  • double slide
  • climbers
  • twist slide
  • bridge
  • tunnel
  • chain climber
  • zip slide
  • horizontal ladder



  • walking track
  • handicapped accessible
  • water fountain
  • walkway lighting throughout
  • picnic tables & benches 

Clair Park, "A Neighborhood Park"

Clair Park is 2.20 acres at the end of the Clair Drive/Fort Couch Road area.

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Playground Equipment (5-12 year olds)

  • twist slide
  • single & double slides
  • zip slide
  • horizontal ladder
  • steering wheel panel
  • mega phone
  • 2 swing sets (2 infant/2 regular)


Courts and fields

  • 1 basketball court (no lights) (4 hoops)



  • spring animals
  • large grass play area
  • water fountain
  • small shelter w/picnic tables
  • walkway lighting
  • spray fountain
  • benches 

Gilfillan Park

Gilfillan Park is 59.57 acres of farm and woodlands, including a 1.25-mile mulched walking trail along Rt. 19 and Orr Road.

In 1976 Upper St. Clair purchased nearly 60 acres of land from the Gilfillan Family to be used as a park. A Nature Trail, used also for walking, hiking, jogging and cross-country skiing, was later established around this property.

The trail winds through woodlands of native trees such as white ash, American beech and sassafras, some of which are estimated to be over 400 years old.

Over 20 different species are marked and identified along the Trail and in the "Gilfillan Trail: Tree Identification Guide" which is available at the Township's Department of Recreation and Leisure Services.

The park surrounds the adjacent 15-acre Gilfillan Farm which was left to the  Historical Society of Upper St. Clair in 2001 in the will of Margaret Gilfillan.

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Hays Park, "A Neighborhood Park"

Hays Park is 4.21 acres off Hays Road near Lorlita Lane.

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Courts and fields:

  • 1 basketball court (no lights)
  • 1 tennis court (no lights)
  • Multi-purpose field (no lights)

Playground Equipment (in wood chips)  (5-12 year olds)

  • 1 swing set (2 infant/2 regular)
  • twist slide
  • double slide
  • chain climber
  • spiral climber
  • zip slide
  • bridge

Playground Equipment (2-5 year olds)

  • double slide
  • maze panel
  • look-out
  • steering wheel

  • Shelter with picnic table
  • Touch activated splash pool
  • Water Fountain
  • Walking path (0.18 mile)
  • Walkway Lighting

Johnston Park, "A Neighborhood Park"


Johnston Park is 2.48 acres off Johnston Road near Wesley Institute.

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Courts and fields:

  • 1 lighted basketball court
(1 full court and 6 baskets)
  • 1 tennis court (no lights)
  • 1 lighted Dek Hockey


Playground Equipment

  • twist slide
  • double slide
  • climbers
  • swing set (2 infant/2 regular)



  • walking path
  • water fountain
  • walkway lighting
  • shuffle board 

Little Boyce


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Little Boyce athletic field next to Boyce Middle School.

Marmion Field


Marmion Field is 11.32 acres along along McLaughlin Run Road at Morrow Road.

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Courts and fields:

  • Baseball Field (lights)
  • Soccer Field



  • Shelter and Bleachers 

Memorial Garden


The Memorial Garden is located behind the Township Building near Clair's Kennel.

On September 8, 1994, ten members of the Upper St. Clair Community perished on Flight 427 when it crashed in Hopewell Township near Pittsburgh International Airport.

In friendship and support for the families and friends in our community, the Township of Upper St. Clair constructed a permanent memorial garden with the hope that a lasting memorial will comfort the families and honor the deceased.

The groundbreaking ceremony for the garden was held on November 9, 1994. The garden was designed to be a peaceful area along McLaughlin Run Creek, near the Township Municipal Building.

The memorial garden includes benches, shade trees, perennial beds, Nordic holly, rhododendrons and a walkway.

The garden was designed by GWSM,Inc., Landscape Architects. Gaydos Monuments donated the granite memorial with the names of the Upper St. Clair residents who were on the flight.Volunteers have helped to plant the garden and donated trees, bulbs and flowers.

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Morton Field Complex


Morton Field Complex consists of 7.5 acres of land located off Morton Road, located near the VFD substation.

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Courts and Fields:            

  • 3 soccer fields
  • 2 lighted baseball fields



  • 2 batting cages
  • Concession building
  • Shelter and storage building
  • Water fountain 



Municipal Park


The Township's Municipal Park consists 29.75 acres along McLaughlin Run Road near the Municipal Building.

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 Founders Field

  • 1 little league baseball field (lights), 
dugouts, concession stand, picnic shelter, scoreboard 



  • 10 tennis courts (lights) 6 courts under air structures for winter season
  • 2 paddle courts (lights)
  • 2 basketball courts (lights)
  • 1 sand volleyball court (no lights)


Playground Equipment (2-5 year olds)

  • single slide & double slide
  • rock wall climber
  • crawl tube
  • climbers


Playground Equipment (5-12 year olds)

  • twist tube slide
  • twist slide
  • climbers
  • 10’ double deck mega tower
  • jumping jack climbers
  • honeycomb bridge climber
  • rock wall climber
  • tornado spinner
  • telescope
  • steering wheel panel
  • 10’ tall Mt. Kilimanjaro rock climber
  • swing set (2 infant / 2 regular)



  • picnic shelters
  • Recreation Center building
 with meeting facilities, pool table, ping pong table, outdoor horseshoe pits, kitchen
  • 3-hole golf course
  • water fountain
  • 2 batting cages
  • Picnic tables and benches 

Paddle Tennis Courts

There are two Paddle Tennis Courts available to residents in the main municipal park on McLaughlin Run Road.

The 2010 - 2011 paddle tennis programs are scheduled to run for 28 weeks beginning October 4, 2010 through April 17, 2011.

Random time play is available at an hourly rate. Random time reservations are permitted up to 72 hours in advance. Call the Tennis Hut at 412.831.7556.

Rates for random time are:
Prime Time: $10.00 per hour per person
(Monday - Friday 6 p.m. - 10 p.m. & Saturday - Sunday: 8 a.m. - 10 p.m.)
Non-Prime Time: $8.00 per hour per person
(Monday to Friday: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.)

Reservations for all times will be maintained at the tennis administration building (Tennis Hut) once the paddle tennis winter season begins. Paddle Tennis Permits are available and may be purchased at the Recreation Department office.  Current fees and guidelines may be found in the fall/winter program booklet.

Paddle Tennis Permits
Resident Paddle Permits: $65.00 per season
Resident Seniors (Silver Card Holders): $50.00 per season
Nonresident Paddle Permits: $100.00 per season

Ravine Park

Ravine Park is 10.51 undeveloped acres near Morrow and Mayview Roads.


Tennis Courts


Upper St. Clair maintains 10 tennis courts in the Municipal Park on McLaughlin Run Road, just past the three-hole golf course, and before Morrow Road and Marimon Field. The 10 lighted courts are open year-round and 6 are covered with inflated air structures during the winter season.

Neighborhood tennis courts are available to residents on a first-come, first-served basis at *Baker Park, Byrnwick Park, Hays Park, Johnston Park, and Trotwood Park.  These neighborhood courts are not available on a permit basis and, with the exception of Baker, do not have lights.
*Occasionally Baker Courts are reserved for tennis instruction.

Hours of Operation
**Monday-Sunday, 8:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m.

Tennis Courts Closed

January 1 - All day
Thanksgiving - All day

December 24 – Close at 4 p.m.

December 25 -  All day
December 31 - Close at 4 p.m.

**Please see the program guide or visit the Community Programs webpage for more information on tennis court use, availability and fees.

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Three-Hole Golf Course


The Three-Hole Golf Course, owned by the Township, closes in mid-October and re-opens to residents around mid-April, weather and conditions permitting. The course is located along McLaughlin Run Road, just past the Recreation Center and before the Tennis Courts, across from the Public Works Building.

Golf course supervision takes place from the tennis/golf administration building next to the Municipal Tennis Courts. All golfers must check in with the supervisor on duty prior to playing. Golfers under the age of 10 must play with an adult.

The golf course is open only when a supervisor is on duty. Players are expected to replace all divots and ball marks and to leave the vicinity of the green after putting out. No tee times are accepted. Players may pay per round (3 holes of play) or purchase an all day pass at the Tennis/Golf Administration Building. A golf coupon punch card, good for 10 three-hole rounds, is available for purchase at the Recreation Office or the Tennis/Golf Administration Building and may be used any day of the week or weekend.

Hole 1
Hole 2
Hole 3

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Trotwood Park, "A Neighborhood Park"


Trotwood Park is 8.00 acres at end of the Robson Drive/Cook School Road area.  5-12 year olds play sets.

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Courts and fields:

  • 1 basketball court (no lights)
  • 1 tennis court (no lights)
  • 1 multi-purpose field (lights)


Playground Equipment (5-12 year olds)

  • swing set (2 infant/2 regular)
  • multi-pondo
  • 2 play units
  • multiple slides
  • multiple climbers
  • horizontal ladders
  • zip slide
  • tire bounce



  • water fountain
  • 1 small shelter
  • 1 spraypool
  • walkway lighting 

Tustin Park, "A Neighborhood Park"


Tustin Park is 6.52 acres along Lesnett Road near Montclair Drive.

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Courts and fields:

  • 1 basketball court (no lights)
  • Playground Equipment (5-12 year olds)
  • Log Cabin Theme
  • swing set (2 infant/2 regular)
  • twist slide
  • single slide & double slides
  • bridge
  • telescope
  • multiple climbers
  • spring animal



  • asphalt/wood chip trail around the park
  • multipurpose field 

Veterans Monument Park

 Upper St. Clair Veterans Park was dedicated on Veterans Day, November 11, 2011.  The Veterans Park is a place to honor and reflect upon the sacrifices made by those who have served and are currently serving in the United States Military.  The Park was built as an outdoor classroom setting with seven Monuments, one for each branch of the Military: Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, Coast Guard, Merchant Marines and the National Guard.  Each monument has a brief history of the service on one side and a collage of representative pictures on the other.  The unique monument and collage design almost comes alive during peaceful reflection.

The Veterans Park is located between McLaughlin Run Road and the Municipal Building Parking lot, across from the Upper St. Clair High School main entrance.  Funding for the Veterans Monument Park was made possible through a combination of a $100,000 grant from the Allegheny County Community Infrastructure and Tourism Fund, donated Township Property, individual and corporate donations and in-kind services.  The Community is proud to honor our military service men and women whose selfless sacrifices guarantee our freedom and way of life..

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Wiltshire Park


Wiltshire Park is 11.20 acres off McMurray Road at Wiltshire Road.

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Courts and fields:

  • 2 basketball courts with lights
  • 1 lighted street hockey court



Playground Equipment

  • double slides
  • twist slides (tunnel & open)
  • Tic Tac Toe
  • climbers
  • bridge
  • horizontal rings & bar climbers
  • zip slide
  • swing set (2 infant/2 regular)
  • 1 large play structure
  • 1 merry-go-round




  • walking path (lighted)
  • spraypool (dolphin)
  • water fountain
  • amphitheater
  • walkway lighting
  • sand box
  • pavilion 



Recreation and Leisure Services

P. 412-221-1099
F. 412-221-6964

1551 Mayview Rd. Upper St. Clair, PA 15241

Outdoor Pool Hours
Memorial Day - Labor Day
11:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.

Accessibility contact for the Community and Recreation Center: Mr. Paul Besterman, Directory of Recreation & Leisure Services at 12.831.9000, ext 6560.

Accessibility contact for the Park and Trail amenities: Mr. Gary Schafer, Forestry Administrator at 412.831.9000, ext. 2980.

Boyce Mayview Park
Open Dawn to Dusk