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Park Office, Permits & Tours (412) 384-4701
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8:30 am – 4:00 pm
8:00 am – 4:30 pm
Monday through Friday
Exhibit Farm Admin. (412) 384-8555
Visitors & Tourists (412) 384-4701

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At Round Hill Park in Elizabeth township in the southeast corner of the county there is a modern working farm that supplements the park itself. The exhibit farm is open every day of the year and affords tens of thousands of school students on field trips, and daily visitors, an interpretive program that revolves around the farm, and the water and food cycles of life. The 17 picnic groves reflect the life of a farm with names like Alfalfa, Timothy, Wagon Wheel and Quiet Acres.

Courtesy of R. Jay Gangewere, WWW Link Carnegie Magazine 

DATE 

2014 EVENT 

TIME 

APRIL

 
4/5 

Maple Sugaring
(Visitors' Center - children, youth & adult)

10 am
4/13

PDF Icon The Great Allegheny County Egg Hunt
Round Hill Park
Free!
Ages:  2-9
Balloon Twisters & Spring Crafts
Bring a bag or basket for your eggs

1:30 pm - 3:30 pm

MAY

 
5/10 

Sheep Shearing
Come down to the Lower Barn and watch our expert shear the sheep.
External Internet Link Oliver Miller Homestead will have colonial activities at the Visitors' Center.
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Noon
5/18 WWW Link Venture Outdoors
Allegheny County Parks Quest Hike Series
Advanced-level series includes a vigorous loop of about 10 miles around Park.
10 am - 4 pm

JUNE

 
6/7 

Spray Park
Season begin

 

AUGUST

 

SEPTEMBER

 
9/1 Spray Park
Season end
 

OCTOBER

 
10/11  Hayride for Homeless Animals
Bring a can of pet food and take a hayride FREE!
There will be pets available for adoption!
Benefits White Oak Animal Safe Haven 
10 am 
10/20 & 10/27  Day on the Farm Program
(5th and 6th grade classes)
Students are invited to spend the day learning about life on the farm. They will have a tour of the farm, help prepare their lunch and enjoy a hayride with refreshments. Call Park Office for reservations.
Mon - Fri
9:30 am - 1:30 pm

NOVEMBER

 
11/8  Outdoor Survival
(Visitors' Center - youth & adult)
Tips on surviving and avoiding outdoor emergencies.
10 am

DECEMBER

 
12/6  Edible Ornaments
(Visitors' Center - children, youth & adult)
Create tasty decorations sure to please the critters that visit your yard.
10 am 
12/7 

Blessing of the Animals
Large and small animals welcome! Meet at the Upper Barn.
Refreshments available at the Visitors' Center afterwards.
Sponsored by White Oak Animal Safe Haven

2 pm