Parks on the Go
Parks on the Go is your guide to exploring the outdoors from anywhere.

Explore, learn, and grow with the Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy as we provide digital resources to give you an in-depth look at what nature has to offer.

Click one of the links below or scroll down the page to explore our full range of resources!

Learning From Home
Get Involved
Stay Healthy
Wade into Park Waters
In the Dirt
Sights and Sounds
Educator Resources

Environmental education at your fingertips! Explore classroom resources, videos, and more.

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Families and Caregivers

Discover fun facts and exciting activities to better connect you and your family to nature.

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Neighborhood Nature

Join Parks Conservancy Naturalists in a series of educational videos, as they explore nature in their neighborhoods.

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Champion

Park Champions are important on-the-ground advocates for Pittsburgh's wonderful park places. Park Champions are critical to rally the awareness and support needed to ensure that all Pittsburghers have access to vibrant parks.

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Volunteer

The Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy offers volunteer opportunities for all ages, interests, and abilities. Help the parks that you love grow by becoming a volunteer!

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Donate

The generosity of our park supporters has helped us plant more than 10,000 trees, contributed to the investment and completion of 10 green infrastructure projects and continue to protect the urban tree canopy! Learn about the various ways you can support your parks.

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Fitness Activities

One of the best ways to stay healthy is to simply step outside. Here are resources to help you take advantage of the benefits of nature.

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Mindful Moments

Discover ways to connect to nature and find moments of peace and relaxation, especially during times of uncertainty through Mindful Moments.

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Forest Bathing

Forest Bathing, also know as “Shinrin-yoku,” is a practice of spending time outdoors in a natural area and being in the moment to enhance health and wellness. Follow the link to learn more about this mindful practice.

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Dive In

Activities, videos, and webinars chronicling water infrastructure in our city and the world.

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One Water: Your Resource Guide

One Water: Pittsburgh’s Guide to Action  is a crash course on how water works in our urban environment. It explains the major challenges to healthy water systems and real opportunities for improvement. 

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Partners in Water

Take a look at our city, corporate and fellow nonprofit partners.

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Water Works: Current and Past Projects

To date, the Parks Conservancy has completed 22 major improvement projects. Take a look at our work over the years.

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Notes from your Gardeners

Take a behind the scenes look inside Pittsburgh's parks from the view of our Horticulture and Forestry team!

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Explore Pittsburgh's Gardens

The Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy's Horticulture and Forestry team works hard to maintain the gardens around our city! Interested in exploring the rich history of Pittsburgh's gardens, or just want to know what's growing in Highland Park this time of year?

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Did You Know

Take a behind the scenes look inside Pittsburgh's parks from the view of our Horticulture and Forestry team!

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Wallpapers & Downloads

Save one of these beautiful park shots to your home computer to serve as a desktop or Zoom background, and bring a bit of nature indoors!

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Parks at Work

Learn about one of the greenest buildings in the world, hear from members of Pittsburgh's immigrant and refugee communities on what parks mean to them, and more!

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Social Media

Couldn't tune in to our live social media segments? No problem! We have you covered. Check out the live social media sessions that you may have missed below.

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