Buhl Park is a recreational and cultural gem in the heart of Western Pennsylvania's Shenango Valley. As an award-winning, premier destination, the Park welcomes nearly 500,000 local and national visitors each year. From children to seniors, athletes to spectators, culture seekers to nature enthusiasts, there is something for everyone to discover.
Rooted in a historic legacy of giving back and providing recreation, we promise an exceptional outdoor recreation experience that is accessible to all and aimed at enhancing quality of life.
Below is our list of amenities:
Pickleball is a racquet sport that combines elements of tennis, table tennis and badminton. The game is easy for beginners to learn, but it can develop into a quick & competitive game for experienced players. Our facility offers 6 courts that are open to the public on a daily basis.
Dog Park (Paws Place)
Enjoy our member only off-leash dog park, known as Paws Place. This area features a two sections: one for dogs under 25lbs and one section for dogs over 25lbs. In both areas, there are obstacles for your dog to enjoy. More info.
"The Tracks" consists of a paved pump track, designed for off-road cycling. Just beyond the pump track, there are over 4 miles of single track dirt mountain bike trails. with beginner, intermediate and expert runs. The courses are open daily from 8:00 AM - dusk. Click for rules.
The Tennis Center was newly renovated in 2017 and offers 8 courts. The courts are free and open to the public during park hours. Court sign up time is from 8 am to dusk - courts may be reserved for up to two hours. Private and group tennis lesions are available from Sue McLaughlin, the Director of Tennis. Contact her below:
The Buhl Park Fitness Trail is equipped with stations to provide stretch, muscle development, and cardiovascular conditioning. The trail is 9/10 mile long and follows a beautiful winding path through trees and wetland. New signage was provided and installed by Sharon Regional Medical Center.
Sandy's Place is a Nature Explore certified outdoor learning center. Children are encouraged to play outside, get dirty and learn about nature and the environment. Although it is open to the public, there may be times in which it is closed for special events. Contact Katie, Environmental Educator, for questions.