Location North Boundary Park 1171 North Boundary Rd. Waterpark 450 North Boundary Park Dr. Cranberry Township, PA 16066 Park MapNorth Boundary Park
Contact Parks & Recreation Customer Service Ph: 724-779-4 FUN (4386)
Services: Restrooms. Food services are available at the Waterpark during the pool season. Limited concessions are available during athletic events at the fields. Handicap Accessible: Yes Parking: Free, in designated areas ATM: At pool entrance (in-season) Wi-Fi: Free, during park hours, courtesy of Armstrong Hours: Sunrise to 11:00 PM
Park Features:Waterpark, 2 Picnic Shelters with grills and picnic tables (Dan Baker Shelter, Penn Power Shelter), Disc Golf Course & Nature Trail, American Legion Baseball Field, 3 Soccer Fields (Giant Eagle Field, Rodgers Field & James Wolfe Field), Skip Gross Wetlands, bike repair station, Veteran’s Memorial, and the Crocodile Cove Playground
The project includes two miles of new nature trails, an 18-hole Championship disc golf course and a 6-hole ADA accessible recreational/learn-to-play disc golf course. It sits on the 30-acre western portion of North Boundary Park. The Nature Trail will follow the disc golf course, much like a cart path, but only for walking. It will be accessible from North Boundary Road and the current North Boundary Park parking lot. No Hunting or Trapping Allowed Signs are posted in the North Boundary Park wooded area.
Permits are required to use the fields for organized play. Park Shelter, and Waterpark Sun Deck Permits and Rentals
A pilot program, launched in late March and running through 2021, will enable Township officials to evaluate its success and determine if it will become a permanent feature will allow pooches to walk – with their owners and on leashes – around the NexTier Loop, a paved trail that winds through the park. It is adjacent to the Disc Golf Course and Nature Trail areas, where dogs have been permitted since 2019.
Dogs must be leashed at all times and are not permitted on sports fields, at the Waterpark or at the Crocodile Cove Playground.
To help owners navigate the new rules, dog stations have been erected at various stops along the loop, featuring pet waste receptacles and signs outlining protocols.