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Community Parks
Recreational opportunities in the Township are provided at public and private facilities. The majority of public facilities within the Township which are publicly accessible are owned and maintained by the Township through its Parks Department. There are seven parks in Findlay Township: Clinton Community Park, Aten Ballfield, Elm Street Park, Old Ridge Ballfield, Recreation and Sports Complex, Leopold Lake and Westbury Tot-Lot.

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Clinton Community Park (1355 Route 30, Clinton)
* 2 Lighted ballfields with restrooms
* Walking trails
* Tot-Lot equipment
* Lighted multi-use court
* Pavilions (4)
* Fitness stations
* Rainbow's End Memorial Playground
* Map of Clinton Community Park Pavilions & Trails

* Click here for Pavilion Rules

Aten Ballfield (481 Aten Road, Coraopolis)
* Ballfield with restrooms
* Tot-Lot equipment
* Basketball court

Elm Street Park (150 Elm Street, Imperial)
* Ballfield with restrooms (Dietterich Ballfield)
* Pavilion
* Walking trail
* Tennis court - COURTS CAN BE RESERVED IN ONE HOUR TIME SLOTS, CLICK HERE TO RESERVE

JULY 16, 2012
ELM STREET TENNIS COURTS
The Elm Street Tennis Courts are OPEN!

*Basketball court
* Tot-Lot equipment
* Play structure (ADA compliant)

Old Ridge Ballfield (241 Old Ridge Road, Coraopolis)
* Ballfield
* Portable restrooms

Recreation and Sports Complex (800 Route 30, Imperial)
* Skate/Bike Park
* Basketball courts (2)
* Deck Hockey
* Baseball Field
* Soccer Field
* Pavilion
* Restrooms

Leopold Lake (810 Route 30, Imperial)
* 1 acre recreation lake for fishing (NO BOATS) and hiking
* ADA compliant Fishing Pier

* NO SWIMMING
* Portable restrooms
* Picnic areas

Westbury Tot-Lot (73P Escalon Drive, Coraopolis)
* Tot-Lot equipment

Montour Trail
Located along the Township eastern border is the Montour Trail. Extending for approximately 7 miles within the Township, this abandoned rail bed winds through the Village of Imperial, old strip mined areas and the Enlow Tunnel.

The Montour Trail is a multi-use non-motorized recreational rail to trail that will ultimately extend 47 miles from Coraopolis to Clairton Pennsylvania. Currently 26 miles are completed. The Montour Trail Council (will open in new window), a non-profit all-volunteer group builds, operates and maintains the trail.

The trail is paved with a smooth surface of crushed limestone which makes it ideal for all forms of non-motorized use: bicycling, walking, running, cross-country skiing, and all forms of nature appreciation.



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