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South Side Park (Pittsburgh)

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South Side Park (Pittsburgh)

South Side Park
Type Municipal Park
Location Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Coordinates
Area 65 acres (260,000 m2)
Operated by Pittsburgh Department of Parks & Recreation

South Side Park is an urban park in Pittsburgh. It is situated in a ravine that divides the South Side Slopes neighborhood, and extends to the location of the former Oliver Ormsby estate in Mount Oliver, Pennsylvania, Ormsby Manor.

History

The park occupies land formerly used by the St. Clair Incline, and the former site of a Sankey brick works.

External links

  • Pittsburgh Dept. of Parks & Recreation website
  • South Side Chamber of Commerce [1]
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