Guide to Playgrounds near Uniontown, PA

Your one stop for all the information you need on local playgrounds.

By Kayla Hawley | Uniontown Macaroni KID Publisher March 23, 2021

Introducing the ultimate playground guide for Uniontown, PA, and surrounding areas! Discover the best playgrounds for your kids to enjoy and explore. 

From detailed descriptions of playground equipment and conditions to information about nearby restrooms and trails, this guide has everything you need to plan a fun day out with the family.

 Stay tuned as we continue to update our guide with new playgrounds and features. Don't see your favorite park? Reach out to us so we can visit and include it in our guide!

Hutchison Park

Address: 65 Reservoir Road Uniontown, PA 15401

Playground: Most of the playground is in decent condition. There are swings and a sandbox nearby. If you'd like to sit and relax, there are two pavilions close enough to see the equipment. They also have a few swings for those with disabilities. 

Restrooms: There is a restroom, but be prepared to walk as it's not near the playground.

Trail: This is a nice walking trail that's easily accessible with a stroller. For more of a challenge, you can walk along the upper path. There is also access to Sheepskin Trail at Hutchison.

Areford Park

20-30 Eggleston Street Uniontown, PA 15401

Playground: The playground is in great condition. Equipment is a combination of new and old that's well maintained. It was nostalgic to see my kids playing on equipment I enjoyed as a child.

Restrooms: Seasonal Restrooms.

Trail: There is a nice walking trail.

Fort Necessity

Address: 1 Washington Pkwy Farmington, PA 15437

Playground: A small playground with unique equipment. The squishy footing makes it perfect for days following rain because it doesn't get muddy. There's also a small interactive walk-through exhibit in the visitors center.

Restrooms: Restrooms are available when the visitors center is open.

Trail: There are dirt trails available for hiking. The trail to the fort is flat and would be appropriate for strollers.

Bailey Park

Address: Uniontown, PA 15401

Playground: Newer playground with climbing features and slides. There's also a double teeter totter and slide not photographed.

Restrooms: I'm unsure if there are restrooms and will investigate soon.

Trail: The path to the playground is easily accessible. There are also trails beside the South Union Athletic Complex that is not far away.

Stewart on the Green Community Park

Address: Ohiopyle, PA (by the community center)

Playground: A cute playground in great condition. It has an adorable woodland theme with sweet animals. Little secrets are hidden around; for example, a finger maze is on the faux tree. They also have two kayaks for the kids to sit in.

Restrooms: I didn't see any restrooms around, but shops and restaurants nearby which may have one.

Trail: There isn't a trail at the playground itself, but it's right across the street from Ohiopyle, which has many trails to explore

West Virginia Botanic Garden

Address: 1061 Tyrone Road Morgantown, WV 26508

Playground: Nature-inspired play area. There are climbing features, tunnel, sandbox, small pond, and more. 

Restrooms: There is a restroom in the vistors center.

Trail: There are trails of varying difficulty throughout the whole reserve. The path to the play area is steep.

Dunlap Creek Park

Address: 788 New Salem Rd Uniontown, PA 15401

Playground: Small but in good condition. There are only swings, a small tunnel, and a plastic drum. There are plenty of grassy areas to play in and a peaceful environment. Great for fishing and picnics.

Restrooms: There are restrooms.

Mammoth Park 

Address: 171 County Park Rd, Mt Pleasant, PA 15666

Playground: Mammoth has multiple playgrounds throughout the park along with a brand new slide complex. There is also a skate park, ball fields, tennis and dek hockey fields, fishing, hunting and more.

Restrooms: There are latrines and comfort stations throughout the park.

Trail: A flat walking path goes around the lake.

Cedar Creek Park

Address: 453 Evergreen Dr, Belle Vernon, PA 15012

Playground: The main playground is brand new with mainly climbing equipment and ropes courses. There are also swings, 2 slides, and some workout equipment. There are many other different playgrounds throughout the park. A lot of the playgrounds have handicapped accessible equipment.  We had fun walking and driving to each one. 

Restrooms: There are very clean restrooms in buildings next to each playground and they were unlocked

Trail: Cedar Creek has a long flat path for walking or bike riding which is also handicapped accessible. There are also many trails with draw bridges. There is access to the water by the river.