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The Township of O'Hara has several great parks with amenities such as picnic shelters, playgrounds, ball fields and tennis courts.

The gazebo at Squaw Valley Park and the picnic shelters and ball fields at Squaw Valley, Meadow and Woodland Parks along with the ball field at Schafer Park may be reserved. All other park amenities are available on a first come, first serve basis.

O'Hara Township residents may reserve the gazebo, shelters and ball fields up to one year in advance by coming to the Township office to check available dates, completing the rental application and submitting the rental fees and deposits. Non-residents may reserve the gazebo, shelters, or ball fields beginning on the first Monday in April of the year in which they wish to use the facility.

Please see Ordinance #1255 for Park Rules and Regulations and Ordinance #1272 Prohibiting Tobacco use in Parks.

See more details about our parks below:

Squaw Valley Park

Squaw Valley Park is the Township's most popular park featuring the Gazebo, two picnic shelters with electric & water, restrooms, two ballfields, two tennis courts, two playgrounds, a sand volleyball court, hiking trails & the pond with it's beautiful fountain. Squaw Valley Park is located along Fox Chapel Road, between the O'Hara Township Municipal Building and Delafield Road.

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Meadow Park

Meadow Park is the Township's largest developed park encompassing over 24 acres. Meadow offers a picnic shelter with electric & water, restrooms, two ball fields, two tennis courts, a new playground & more. Meadow Park is located off Kittanning Pike at Harding Road on Meadow Park Lane.

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Raymond A. Schafer, Jr. Memorial Park

Raymond A. Schafer Park features a ballfield, playground, basketball court and a restroom. Schafer Park is located in Montrose Hill at the corner of Central Avenue and Watson Avenue.

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Woodland Park

Woodland Park offers visitors a picnic shelter with electric & water, restrooms, a ballfield, a basketball court and playground. Woodland Park is located off Dorseyville Road on Villa Drive.

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George J. Sacco Park

George J. Sacco Park offers visitors a picnic shelter, playground, flex field and flex court. Sacco Park is located on Kirkwood Drive.

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Ruth S. Weir Park

Ruth S. Weir Park is a passive recreational area. There are no playground, picnic or restroom facilities. Weir Park is located along Saxonburg Boulevard.

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