Settlers Cabin Park
Located on 1,610 acres in the Collier, North Fayette, and Robinson Townships, Settlers Cabin Park has a 1780 log cabin that archaeologists at Carnegie Mellon University helped identify and gives the park its name.
While some areas of the park were historically known for oil and coal mining, Settlers Cabin Park has since been reforested and has some untouched, rugged areas.
Did you know? The 11 groves and shelters in Settlers Cabin Park are named after American Indian people and terms, including Algonquin, Seneca, Apache, and Tomahawk.
Other amenities in the park include basketball courts, tennis courts, a dog park, a wave pool, and trails for walking and hiking.
608 Ridge Rd, Pittsburgh, PA 15205 View Map