Gary L. Pinkerton, Director
Butler County Parks and Recreation
184 Alameda Park Road
Butler, PA 16001
Alameda Park: 724-284-5383
Alameda Pool: 724-284-5384 (June - August)
The Butler County Parks and Recreation Department operates year-round, bringing the residents of Butler County quality, affordable recreational opportunities. The Parks and Recreation Department regularly submits press releases to all of the local media. Our programs are advertised on the radio and in the print medias. Many of the programs that are offered by the Butler County Parks and Recreation Department have minimum and maximum participant requirements, and registration deadlines. If you are interested in attending a program or class, be sure to register early.
The Butler County Parks and Recreation Department has a no-refund policy for all programs and rentals. This also applies to Alameda Waterpark admissions and aquatic programs. The Butler County Parks and Recreation Department may be offering additional programs that were not available at the time of printing. Please call the Butler County Parks and Recreation Department for programs that have been added after this website was updated.
By registering or participating in any Butler County Parks and Recreation Department activities you agree to allow publication of any photo or video taken at any program, event or facility. The County of Butler, without obligation to provide compensation to those photographed, may use such photographs. Photos and video taken at activities may be used for publication as the Butler County Parks and Recreation Department and its sponsors deem necessary. If you have an idea for a program, would like us to expand on our current programs, or have any questions or comments, please let us know.
We can be reached at (724) 284-5383, or you may write us at:
Butler County Parks and Recreation Department
184 Alameda Park Road, Butler, PA 16001
or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Alameda Pool and The Kid's Zone Playground areas are tobacco-free areas. No tobacco products may be used within 20 feet of entrances. This also includes the use of E-cigarettes.
The Butler County Parks and Recreation Department has a no-refund policy in effect for all programs and for Alameda Pool.
Most Classes are limited in size. Registration will be on a first come-first serve basis.
Payment is expected at the time of registration. Cash, money orders, or personal checks. Please make checks payable to "County of Butler".
Please check the programs for which you are registered. No confirmation notices will be sent.
The Butler County Parks and Recreation Department is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of handicap status in the provision of programs.
The Butler County Parks and Recreation Department reserves the right to cancel programs due to insufficient registration. Unless notified, classes will begin as scheduled.
The Butler County Parks and Recreation Department welcomes people of all abilities. Please note that a 48-hour notice is requested for any person with a disability who needs special accommodations to participate in a program.
Alameda Pool may be closed for reasons of poor weather or attendance, safety factors, or special events. Please see our pool rules and regulations for a complete listing of policies and guidelines.
The Butler County Parks and Recreation Department operates year-round, bringing the residents of Butler County quality, affordable recreational opportunities. Please contact the Butler County Parks Department to find out more about any of the programs listed in this publication, or to offer any suggestions on programs that you would like to have offered.
The mission of the Butler County Parks and Recreation Department is to provide safe, clean, and beautiful facilities, parks and open spaces, along with professionally managed leisure activities for all people. Services shall be provided to enrich the quality of life for local citizens and to provide economic value through facilities which create tourism and encourage long-term community stability and growth.
In order to facilitate this goal, the Parks and Recreation Department for the County of Butler continually offers new and exciting activities. In order to see what new and exciting events are currently happening with the Butler County Parks and Recreation Department simply Click Here.
Note: A new ordinance of the County of Butler repealing ordinances No. 20 and 20-A and providing for rules and regulations governing the use of the Butler County Park System can be viewed here.
(To read the ordinance requires free Adobe Acrobat Reader).
Trick & Treats at Alameda Park