The Cranberry Township Water Park is located on North Boundary Road and features a 440,000 gallon swimming pool, sand volleyball, diving board area, various slides, spray play area, shade umbrellas & picnic areas. Rent a deck for you and your friends or have a birthday party here! Night swims and aquatic programs are offered at the water park!

North Boundary Park, also located on North Boundary Rd boasts picnic shelters, American Legion baseball field, 3 soccer fields, playground area, sledding hill, walking path & full concession stand.

Cranberry Community Park situated on Park Road has 4 lighted tennis courts, 4 picnic shelters, 2 sand volleyball courts (one with lights), 5 lighted baseball fields, lighted football field with bleachers, children’s playtime palace, amphitheater with covered stage and grassy seating area, basketball court and nature trail!

Cranberry Township’s AE Ride Skatepark, behind its municipal center, was assembled as a community built project in two days in 2005. It is free and open for unsupervised use by skateboarders, in-line skaters, and BMX bicycle riders during daylight hours. The park features ramps, rails, steps, platforms & benches.

Graham Park, which was developed on 115 acres of farmland, is Cranberry’s third major park. The park includes four distinct campuses, each with multiple playing fields focused on a different family of sports. The master plan was built out over a period of 8-10 years with Phase I completion in 2008.

Cranberry Highlands is a public, premier golf course on 186 acres! The par-70 course follows the rolling woodlands and fields and is perfect for any golfer!


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