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Walking Trails

Easy

For an easy stroll through the park, try the Tranquil Trail. Start at the trailhead in Fern Hollow and enjoy a 1.2-mile wooded walk with a gentle slope. Finish at the restored Gatehouse at Reynolds Street.

Intermediate

For a more challenging walk, take the Falls Ravine trail. Start at the trailhead near the Open Air Shelter and walk all the way to Beechwood Boulevard. This ¾-mile jaunt is shady and uphill.

Difficult

For a rigorous walk that’s nearly 2 miles, take the Lower Riverview Trail. Start at the junction where the Lower Riverview Trail meets with Falls Ravine Trail and Riverview Extension. Follow Lower Riverview Trail as it loops around to the west and take the right-hand fork onto Riverview Trail. Continue past Riverview Extension and stay on Riverview Trail until it meets the Fitness Circuit and continue to the Blue Slide Playground.

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What's Happening

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.

Related Links

Citiparks
Department of Public Works
Picnic Shelter Rental
Frick Park Lawn Bowling Club
Frick Park Clay Court Tennis Club
Frick Art & Historical Center
PTAG
Nine Mile Run Watershed Association

 
 
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