Settlers Cabin Park

Settlers Cabin Park is located in the Collier, North Fayette, and Robinson townships. With 6.4 miles of trail, a small waterfall, and the Pittsburgh Botanic Gardens nestled into the Park, Settlers Cabin Park is the perfect outdoor spot for any adventure with family and friends.

Settlers Cabin Park encompasses 1,610 acres of land in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania. The park has color coded trail loops (green, blue, purple and red) that are represented on signage throughout the park, and maps. The different trails connect to make one 6.4-mile hike or could be done in smaller loops for an easier hike. For avid botanists, there is an abundance of varying plant species  that are local to Settlers Cabin Park

Other offerings at the park include:

  • Basketball
  • Dek Hockey
  • An off-leash dog area
  • A wave pool
  • Diving platform
  • Tennis courts
  • Waterfall

The waterfall at Settlers Cabin Park is considered to be miniature…and miniature it is. At 4- feet high this waterfall captures the attention of adults and children alike.

Also in the park is a unique log cabin built in the late 1700s known as¬†Walker-Eweing-Glass House. The park’s namesake, this petite log house has been kept by previous and current owners. The Carnegie Institute used their archeological data to specify the date of origin of the house.

Whether you are a solo traveler or a family looking for a wonderful outdoor adventure, or a botanist, there is an activity at Settlers Cabin Park for everyone.

Contact Information

Settlers Cabin Park
Reservations and Information:
412-350-INFO (4636) Option 2

Address:
608 Ridge Road, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15205, United States

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Location

Other Information

  • Hours Open

    Open daily, 8:00 am - sunset
  • Seasons Open

    Open year around
  • Prices and Fees

    Admission to the park is free