Kennedy Township Parks & Recreation is responsible for many activities at Fairhaven Park and in the community. Fairhaven Park is a beautiful park on Fairhaven Road with approximately thirty acres of rolling hills and beautiful scenery. The park has three picnic shelters and a gazebo. The shelters include a grill, water, electricity and indoor restrooms. The upper shelter is Vituccio shelter and is situated next to the basketball court. This shelter has 16 tables and has a capacity of 100 persons. The large shelter on the lower level of the park is William Andrews shelter. This shelter has 20 tables and a capacity of 150 persons. The smaller shelter on the lower level is Donald Duck shelter and has ten tables and a capacity of 60 persons. The park has two playgrounds for children, two indoor restrooms, tennis courts, bocci court, horseshoe court, inline skating rink, soccer field, volleyball court and several ball fields. The Parks & Recreation Board sponsors the following activities: Easter festivities, Community Days in August, Community Yard Sale in the Park, Breakfast with Santa Claus at Kennedy Township Firehouse.
2013 SHELTER RENTAL SIGN-UP: Call Jan Thomas, 412-331-2408 for reservations and other questions regarding park facilities. Rental costs for pavilions are listed in the FEES page on the Web Site Home Page.
Shelter rentals for 2013 will be taken for residents only on January 10, 2013 after 7:00A.M. The doors will be open at 5:00 A.M. in the meeting room, upper level. Non-resident reservation will be available after April 1, 2013.
THE PARK FACILITIES WILL CLOSE THE END OF OCTOBER. Water will turned off and restrooms closed.
BOCCE LEAGUE: for information, contact Joe at 724-494-7324.
Visit the newly installed Life Trail facility located in the lower park; Designed especially as functional fitness for older, active adults. Station 1 is designed for Lower Body exercises – standing stretches and yoga poses. Station 2 is designed for Upper Body cycling – triceps strength and torso stability; shoulder stability and strength excercise. A short walking trail is provided for those who prefer brief walking excercise.