North Shore River Park reviews
Going to Riverfront Park was a consolation prize for not being able to find fort Pitt. There is street and adjacent pay parking lots. The walk is lovely and I believe you can scout out a ramp... more »
I visited Pittsburgh in August for a technology convention. During my time there I frequented North Shore trail quite a bit. It was a good place to run, walk, bike, enjoy the skyline, checkout PNC... more »
So glad we walked down to the North Shore! The trail is wide and welcoming. There are lots of things to see like the Fred Rogers Memorial and the views of Pittsburgh are amazing. We ended up at the Southern Tier Brewery, but we can't wait to come back with our bikes so we can explore more of the trail!
I frequently go to the riverfront to walk the trails. ☀️ It's amazingly beautiful, the wildlife, the geese and not to mention the plants 🌱🌾🌷and flowers , the river and the boats… It's very relaxing and exciting place to take walks or go biking. The Riverfronts in Pittsburgh have come along way! 💁🏻😁👍🏻💫
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