Parks and Recreation

October 27th, 2015 by control Categories: Clairton No Responses


For rental rates and agreement please download the appropriate agreement and bring completed forms and payment to the Finance Office.



Rentals are Available All Year Long

Refundable fees are a set amount of money returned to the rentor for the considerable care of the facilty.

Considerable care means that the facility is clean and none of the equipment or parts of the shelter have been destroyed or damaged.

All Payments must be made to the Finance Office with Cash, Check or Money Order.


Olympic size, waterslide, food stand, baby pool, lounging area, picnic tables, 5 lifeguards for the big pool, 1 lifeguard for the baby pool.

Night rentals only $400.00 plus $100.00 refundable fee ($500.00) from 7:00pm to 10:00pm.

No more than 400 people in the pool at one time.

No Alcoholic Beverages or glass containers in the pool area!

Concession stand is extra and arrangements must be made with the vendor. Swimming pool passes and family passes are available for purchase at the Finance Office the first week of May.


Shelters #3 – 4 – 5- and 6 – $65.00 with 6 tables for up to 60 people and a barbeque pit. Plus Refundable fee: $25.00

Pavilion #2 – $140.00 with tables and a barbeque pit. Plus Refundable fee: $35.00


Shelter 3 – Left side going out of park/across the street from the Baseball field. (Picture coming)

Shelter 4 – Behind the Little League Field/Lower Park

Shelter 5 – Around first turn of Clairton Park Road/In the corner where the road bends.





Shelter 6 – Right off the swimming pool parking lot. (Picture coming)

Park Lodge

Lodge Rentals include Lodge, Pavilion, Shelter #9 holds up to 300 people.

If shelter is used either Saturday or Sunday, the baseball field is included in the rental.

Resident Rentals: $250.00 plus refundable fee
Non-Resident Rentals: $300.00 plus refundable fee
Refundable Fee: $50.00


All fields: $100.00 – For Summer use only:
New Blair Field
Old Blair Field
Park Lodge Field (For baseball use only)


The American Red Cross Lifeguard course is designed to teach the skills and knowledge necessary to prevent and respond to aquatic emergencies or accidents. The course content and activities prepare candidates to recognize and respond quickly and effectively to emergencies and prevent drowning and injuries. These courses will be announced or advertised in the Daily News.

Course prerequisites for Lifeguard Certifications.
Must be 16 years of age or older
Must swim 500 yards (20 laps) combination of freestyle and breaststroke
Retrieve 10 lb. brick from 11 feet underwater

CPR Recertification’s are also available.

Please call Clairton Parks & Recreation for more information at (412) 233-8113.