Mammoth Park in Westmoreland County PA
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, take the Greensburg/Mount Pleasant exit toward Mount Pleasant. Continue past the University of Pittsburgh and the Westmoreland County Fair Grounds. Turn left in United. At the stop sign one mile past the Mammoth Park sign, turn right onto Route 981 South. Turn left at the next Mammoth Park sign. Go 2 miles to the next stop sign, turn left, and continue on into the park.
For the fishing enthusiast, Mammoth Park features a 24 acre fresh water lake stocked with trout by the Pennsylvania Fish Commission. Fishing decks are available, some of which are handicapped accessible. Mammoth Lake even provides for ice fishing in winter.
Perhaps the most notable feature of Mammoth Park is its 96 foot high giant slide, which has made for many an unforgettable summer outing for Westmoreland County youngsters. There is a scenic overlook deck, featuring a ten mile panoramic view of the countryside. Mammoth Park offers 14 pavilions and many recreational and picnic opportunities.
Mammoth Park features play areas including a basketball court, two tennis courts, a street hockey court, two bocce courts, two shuffleboard courts, and horseshoe pits. There are even toboggan and sledding areas. Recreational equipment such as bocce balls, horseshoes, and volleyballs are available for rental at the Park Office.
Two softball/baseball fields and a soccer field are available by application for league, tournament, or pickup play.
The Westmoreland Board Riders Alliance operates the Mammoth Park Mountain Board Course in Mammoth Park. You can find our more information by calling the Yough Middle School at 724-872-5164.
14 pavilions are located throughout the park, and can accommodate groups of up to 200. Mammoth Parks World War II Veterans Memorial can be accessed from the parking area for Pavilion # 2.
The Laurel Highlands R.C. Airplane Club operates the Mammoth Park Model Radio Controlled Airfield. You can visit their website by clicking here.
An historic battery of beehive coke ovens has been restored and is available for viewing.
Portions of Mammoth Park are open for hunting, and the lakefront is periodically closed during the fall to allow for waterfowl hunting.
Ice skating is possible when Mammoth Lake is frozen in winter.
Rest room facilities are available throughout the park.
Events at Mammoth Park include Super Fun Day, the Westmoreland County Senior Games, and a Fishing Derby. See the Westmoreland County Bureau of Parks & Recreations Schedule of Events for more information.
Please call the Westmoreland County Bureau of Parks & Recreation for questions on the use of park facilities. You can reach them at 724-830-3950, or toll free at 1-800-442-6926 X3950.
Mammoth Park – Westmoreland County Parks & Rec