Frick Park's variety of trails makes it a popular destination for mountain bikers. The Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy has been working with local bicycling groups to ensure the sustainability of the park's bike trails. To minimize environmental impact, cyclists are urged to use existing trails rather than creating new ones. Riding off-trail can contribute to trail washout, erosion, and damaging impact on the park's plant and animal populations. Cyclists and pedestrians should take care to share the trails so that everyone can use the park safely.
To learn more about biking in Pittsburgh, visit these websites:
Pittsburgh Trail Advocacy Group
International Mountain Bicycling Association
Bike Pittsburgh's Commuter Trail Map
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The Parks Conservancy is excited to offer Frick Environmental Center membership and summer camps in 2014. Learn more here.
Proposals are currently being accepted for Project Integrated Photovoltaic Design, Engineering & Installation for the new Frick Environmental Center. Learn more.
The new Environmental Center is taking shape! Read the progress report here.
Department of Public Works
Picnic Shelter Rental
Frick Park Lawn Bowling Club
Frick Park Clay Court Tennis Club
Frick Art & Historical Center
Nine Mile Run Watershed Association