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Anyone who lives in North Huntingdon Township, the 15642 zip code, or resides in the Norwin School District is considered a resident on most occasions. A few exceptions apply (i.e., pavilion rentals, some special events and programs). Those living outside of this zip code are considered to be a non-resident with applicable fees.
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During normal business office hours of 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. In order to maintain a fair and consistent method of reserving your park pavilion, you may place your reservation one (1) year in advance to the date desired. Please refer to the park pavilion Fee Schedule for pricing. Full payment must be made at the time of reservation to secure a pavilion. Online reservations with online payment methods are available.
North Huntingdon Township Parks are open from 8 a.m. until sundown. Indian Lake Park is open from 5 a.m. until 10 p.m. daily. Pavilion reservations are from 9 a.m. until sunset at all locations.
Yes – Fields are available with permit to the general public under a daily, seasonal or tournament fee schedule beginning in February and must be secured in advance with the administrative office during normal business hours.
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Pets are permitted in all parks (with the exception of Indian Lake Park beginning March 1st through October 31st) under the conditions of our Parks Rules and Regulations Ordinance (see Township Ordinance No. 938 Article I Section 13).
Pet owners must clean up after their pet and must be disposed of in provided waste receptacles. All domestic animals must be on a leash no longer than 6 feet in length, and under control at all times. Domestic animals are not permitted within 25 feet of pavilions, playgrounds, athletic playing fields or in attendance at Township sponsored special events.
Yes. A current Pennsylvania fishing license, signed in ink and displayed (attach to a hat or outer garment), is required of persons age 16 and over to fish or angle for any species of fish. A license is also needed to take fish bait or bait fish. Casting and/or retrieving whether by rod, reel and line, or by handline, for oneself or another person, requires a current license unless specifically exempted by law. See the PA Fish & Boat Commission for further rules and regulations.
All Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission laws apply to our lakes.
Because your definition of “playable” may never be the same as ours, you are expected to respect the decision of the Department of Parks & Recreation. Most fields are often faced with very short periods of time to get all fields in playing condition. Our decision is based on safety first.
The Department of Parks and Recreation will determine the field of play throughout the day. Rain Outs are decided by 3 p.m. The Department of Parks and Recreation will determine if games are rained out. A rain out applies to all games throughout the evening. In an effort to give all fields proper care and maintenance, you may call the administrative office at 724-863-3806 after 3 p.m., thus allowing us preparation time for you to play.
Only with authorized permission from the Department of Parks and Recreation, will light maintenance be permitted. We do not come to your job and perform your work; please allow us to do ours. With education, training, product information and the proper equipment we will continue to improve the facilities. Do not broom, sweep, or dig any field without checking with us first.
Field use without a permit is first-come, first-serve. If you want to reserve a field for play, it is recommended that you secure a permit. You may phone the Department of Parks and Recreation at 724-863-3806 for available fields, times and pricing throughout the season.