The official start of summer may still be a few weeks away, but with temperatures in the 80s and the sun even making a few appearances, it’s time to hit the pool! Find out when your community pool opens for the season with our local swimming pool guide.
Pittsburgh has a wide variety of parks and outdoor spaces with beautiful gardens. Here are garden guru Doug Oster’s picks for the best outdoor gardens in Pittsburgh.
Paintball is catching on with groups of all ages and is certainly on the rise here in western Pennsylvania. There are several places to play and here’s a list of a few that were recommended to us!
Ah, ice cream. It doesn’t have to be a hot summer day to head to your favorite creamery for a scoop of your favorite flavor or a cone of twist soft serve.
With a host of great bike trails around the Pittsburgh area, cycling is becoming more and more popular around the region. These are a few of the best bicycle shops in Pittsburgh.
Here are some of Pittsburgh’s best kid-friendly parks, some offering interesting wildlife ranging from wild turkeys to penguins.
Golf can be a frustrating game; but serious golfers enjoy the challenge of a tough course. From water hazards to the bunkers, these are a few of the most challenging holes in the area that are sure to put your patience to the test!
Lace up your sneakers and leave your car keys behind! In the world of souped-up SUVs and lighting-fast sports cars, many of us forget that where we need to go may only be a quick walk away. Whether you’re looking to sneak in some more exercise or to be more environmentally-friendly, many areas in and around the city are perfect for strolling.
When you’re in the mood for some finger lickin’ good food, Pittsburgh has some great BBQ places to offer. Whether it’s Memphis or Kansas City style you prefer, there’s something for everyone.
Golf is a great game for networking; but if you’re just getting started, it can be daunting. Beginners, take heart, though; these local courses should be just your speed.
Pittsburgh is known for its bridges and rivers, but it is also home to some wonderful parks and bike trails. With many great ones to choose from for all skill levels, the only question you need to ask is “Where is my bike?”
Pittsburgh and its surrounding communities are known for their extensive amount of walking trails. Whether you’re looking for a quick scenic trip with the family or a rigorous hiking and biking trail, Western Pennsylvania has what you’re looking for.
Pittsburgh is known for its bridges and rivers, but it is also home to some wonderful parks and bike trails. Here’s a list of the best bike trails around Pittsburgh.