A Vibrant Allegheny River Setting

This beautiful park offers visitors an array of amenities and activities

A Place to Gather with Friends and Family

Stroll with kids to the playground or take a pet to the dog park

Riverfront Access for Recreation and Dining

Enjoy a meal from on-site Farmer x Baker, pack a lunch or try out a visiting food truck

Take a Walk or Ride a Bike

Winding paths take a visitor through natural gardens and reminders of historic Pittsburgh

Relax by the Allegheny River

Choose from a variety of places to take in the scenery and chill out

A Calendar Full of Happenings

Sign up for a class or head to the park for a free concert

The mission of Allegheny RiverTrail Park (ARP) – formerly known as Aspinwall Riverfront Park – is to enhance the quality of life for the community by providing free public access to parkland and multi-use trails along the Allegheny River. We are committed to riverfront revitalization and inclusive community engagement through recreational, educational, cultural and social activities for a diverse population.

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“One of the top 5 parks to see in the Region”

~ The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Allegheny RiverTrail Park News

ARP is closed to the public today 10.1.21

ARP is closed to the public until tomorrow (10/2/21) in order to set up for and host the River Rocks. Unlike other parks, ARP is a private nonprofit, and not supported by municipal taxes. This means that to stay open, each year, we must raise all of the money needed...

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Trib Live: River Rocks fundraiser to help blaze a trail in Aspinwall Tawnya Panizzi | Wednesday, Sept. 29, 2021 12:00 p.m. Attendees of the River Rocks fundraiser at Allegheny RiverTrail Park in Aspinwall will get a first-ever glimpse at 6 acres of newly acquired...

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PG: 41 pound fish caught at ARP

Fishing Report: Rivers catfish on the prowl in cooler waters John Hayes Pittsburgh Post-Gazette jhayes@post-gazette.com Sep 9, 2021 12:00 PM Allegheny River (Allegheny County) Doug Shriber and his son, Nate, 6, both of Squirrel Hill, landed a 37-inch, 41-pound...

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Allegheny RiverTrail Park Events

Our Partners Include

Farmer x Baker Café

Fox Chapel Crew Team

JPC Event Group

Kindermusik by Lynda

Riverfront Theater Company