Two girls playing in a playground on a sunny day.Director
David Donnellan

PH: 412-343-3409


900 Cedar Blvd.


With a golf course, a swimming pool, an ice rink, a tennis center and several parks and ballfields, the Mt. Lebanon Recreation Department will keep you moving all year long. Team and league play in multiple sports, fitness and wellness classes and a wide range of special events, senior programs and summer camps are on the menu. The department employs more than 100 people, from regular staff to lifeguards and instructors. They also coordinate several hundred volunteers.


Book Online!

Sign up for a class, get a pool pass or reserve a tee time. It can all be done online for free. Visit to register.

Parks Master Plan

Last year, Mt. Lebanon began work on a master plan for all of the municipality’s parks and greenspace and a feasibility study for a new recreation center. The municipality worked with Environmental Planning and Design on the project, and presented final recommendations to the commission in March.

Pavilion Rentals

You can make a reservation online to rent a park pavilion, and, new in the last year, alcohol is permitted in Mt. Lebanon Park pavilions 1 and 2 at no extra charge, with an approved permit and in accordance with municipal rules.

Summer Camps

The recreation department hosts a variety of summer day camps. See page 62 for more information.

A Look at Our Facilities


1000 Pine Avenue

Phone: 412-561-9761

A 99-acre, 9-hole par 35 public golf course where more than 25,000 rounds of golf are played each year. The course, which opened in 1907, features a pro shop with cart rental, refreshments, men’s and ladies’ locker rooms and other amenities.

Handicap Services

Mt. Lebanon Golf Course offers Golf Handicap Information Network (GHIN) handicap memberships. Call for more information.

Tee times

Tee times are now required every day and can be made up to seven days in advance. Make a reservation online or by calling the golf shop.


900 Cedar Boulevard

Phone: 412-561-4363

The ice center is located in Mt. Lebanon Park, on the first floor of the recreation building. The facility opened in 1977 and includes a regulation 200-by-85-foot main rink and a 60-by-80-foot studio rink. The facility offers a wide range of competitive, recreational and instructional opportunities. It was renovated in 2017 to replace both rink floors, refurbish the dasher boards, replace rubber skate flooring and paint the interior of the facility.


900 Cedar Boulevard

Opening Day: Saturday, May 28

Phone: 412-561-6626

Located behind the Recreation Center in Mt. Lebanon Park, the 50-meter outdoor Swim Center offers lap swimming, lessons, competition and recreational swimming. Home to Mt. Lebanon’s nationally known Aqua Club, the pool is the place to learn to swim or to watch elite swimmers compete in annual meets. It was completely renovated in 2014 with a new bathhouse, family changing rooms, pool heater, zero-depth leisure pool, double slide tower, 50-meter lap lanes, poolside rock climbing wall, a snack bar and plenty of space for sunning on comfortable lounge chairs.

You can purchase passes or choose to pay a daily swim rate. Swim passes may also be purchased online. They are non-refundable and non-transferable.


900 Cedar Boulevard

Phone: 412-343-3411

The recreation department maintains a total of 15 tennis courts, including four platform tennis courts, at the tennis center near the Cedar Boulevard entrance to Mt. Lebanon Park. With the use of tennis “bubbles” to allow for heating, six courts are usable year-round. Many leagues call the Mt. Lebanon Tennis Center home, including 16 USTA tennis teams.

The tennis center also has a pro shop for the sale of racquets and accessories and racquet restringing. Instructors offer group and individual lessons for all ages and abilities.

The recreation department has courts at Williamsburg and Meadowcroft parks residents can play on for free.