Upper St. Clair Township

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Recreation and Leisure Services

The Township of Upper St. Clair takes great pride of its more than 700 acres of neighborhood parks and facilities. These include: 14 parks, 16 tennis courts, a three-hole golf course, five baseball fields, nine basketball courts, five soccer fields, a walking trail in Gilfillan Park, and various other recreational areas.

Upcoming Recreation Programs
Dry Ice Capades
Dry Ice Capades lets children see the shifting states of matter through fun demonstrations and experiments. Solids to liquids right before their eyes! Register here
Click the links below to explore our January/February recreation programs (Register today, space is limited!)

Community & Recreation Center
Recreation Center
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Community Connections
Miracle League of South Hills
Morton Field Complex Website
Parks and Recreation Advisory Board
Upper St. Clair Athletic Association
Youth Steering Committee
ACCESS and Port Authority Senior Transit ID
Upper St. Clair Tennis Development (USCTDP)

Recreation in the Township of Upper St. Clair is community centered. Residents are an integral component of the Township’s current and future recreation livelihood - from formal community leagues to tennis courts to neighbors organizing an evening stroll at Boyce Mayview Park. As part of the community’s on-going planning efforts and its recognition of evolving recreation patterns, this summary represents the Township’s collaborative enthusiasm toward park and recreation planning initiatives. The Township recognizes the importance of maintaining up-to-date recreational amenities and improving site amenities.

The development of this companion document to the Township of Upper St. Clair’s Comprehensive Plan represents feedback and participation of the Township Elected Officials, Township Staff, the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board, community organizations and the evaluation of survey responses from nearly 2,000 households in the community.

Unparalleled Recreation - 2016 Parks and Recreation Plan