Trails & Parks

The River’s Edge Community

The River’s Edge development will set a new standard of living by providing residents with a network of trails and walking paths that link a variety of parks and natural features. A tree-lined Allegheny Avenue creates a clear connection from Oakmont’s main street, through the neighborhood, to the river.
Other paths meander along the river and Plum Creek.

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Allegheny Park

Recreational Opportunities for the Whole Family

The Allegheny Park is distinguished by gentle slopes of the river’s edge — providing a great location for a number of outdoor activities including an amphitheater, boat docks, bocce courts and a variety of water features. It is the perfect meeting place for local cycling and kayaking clubs. The wooded hillside across the Allegheny creates a stunning natural backdrop. Its trails provide a picturesque area for biking, hiking, jogging, dog-walking and more.

The River's Edge of Oakmont is close to the Allegheny Park

The River's Edge of Oakmont is close to the Second Street Park

Second Street Park

An Outdoor Venue for Children and Pets

The residences will be connected to the parks via sidewalks and greenway trails.

Second Street Park is a recreational area perfect for families with pets and small children. The lot is bordered by a neighborhood street with low traffic flow for safety.


Water View Park

A Mix of Civic Activities and Breathtaking Views

Water View Park is a centerpiece for the community, providing a setting for social activities. It is the perfect outdoor space to relax and unwind in a morning yoga class, enjoy a mid-day meal at one of the picnic pavilions, or relax with friends in the evening. This outdoor venue is connected to Allegheny Park.

The River's Edge of Oakmont has breathtaking views of the Water View Park

The River's Edge of Oakmont is close to Plum Creek

Plum Creek

A Natural Landscape  

Plum Creek nature zone maintains the vegetated slopes and natural biology of the Plum Creek flood plain.

This amazing natural resource is perfect for active families to explore the native plants, birds and water life of western Pennsylvania.