Ann Rudd Saxman Park
Westmoreland County Parks and Recreation
Phone: 724.830.3950 or 1.800.442.6926
R.D. #12, Box 203
Greensburg, PA 15601
From Route 30, turn onto Donohoe Road at the light for Westmoreland Mall near Greensburg. (This is a right turn if heading West and a left turn when traveling East.) After turning from the highway, turn right to stay with Donohoe Road (passing the Toys-R-Us on your left). Continue straight through a traffic light and look for Donohoe Center on your right. Turn into the Donohoe Center to park. The Ann Rudd Saxman Nature Park is located on your right, between the Donohoe Center and the Westmoreland County Department of Public Works.
Over 10 wooded acres following a self-guided trail, providing nature study opportunities. Ann Rudd Saxman Nature Park offers a chance to escape from the hustle and bustle of daily life while observing many of the distinctive species of vegetation and wildlife which make Westmoreland County home.
Please stay on established trails, and avoid picking wildflowers or disturbing the fragile vegetation and wildlife.
A master gardener and pioneering conservationist, botanist, and landscape designer, Ann Rudd Saxman was a driving force in the formation of Nature Park, Westmoreland Countys first park in 1960. In 1996 the park was rededicated in her honor.
For information on conservation work being done near the Ann Rudd Saxman Nature Park by the Sewickley Creek Watershed Association (SCWA) and Westmoreland Conservation District (WCD), please visit the website of the Sewickley Creek Watershed Association.
No pets are allowed in the park. No rest room facilities are available.
Ann Rudd Saxman Nature Park – Westmoreland County Parks & Rec
Westmoreland County offers ideal outdoor park settings in the heart of the Laurel Highlands