Offering 2/4 wheel alignment, brakes, exhaust, state inspection, emissions testing, and oil changes. And most importantly, tire sales.
Full service garden center with numerous varieties of plants for sale. Annuals, perennials trees, herbs, vegetables and lots of tomato plants. They also have a section of dog food, small animal food / treats / toys / supplies, and wild animal food. Equipped for all your gardening needs!
This is where the Leechburg Blue Devils play all of their home football games during the Fall football season.
Features the nicest full basketball court in Leechburg.
Adjacent to this park is Veteran’s Memorial Field, where the Leechburg Blue Devils play all of their home football games during the Fall football season. It is also a vast area to do outdoor activities.
Leechburg Gilpin Park is biggest park in the Leechburg area. It is packed with lots of things to do. It features:
- Three baseball fields.
- A 4 hoop basketball court.
- A two court tennis court.
- 5 Main Covered pavilions.
- Two main and some adjacent kids playground equipment.
- The Leechburg Area Pool with a high dive, water slide, and toddler pool.
- Several Pokemon Go Stops / Ingress Portals for those who enjoy virtual gaming.
In the Spring months you can find lots of baseball and softball being played here. The Leechburg Blue Devils play baseball and softball here every Spring/Summer. It is also a very popular destination for walking as the layout provides a nice loop and parking is available at either end or the middle of the park.
- Gilpin Township, PA
- Gilpin Township – Recreation
Features a full play set with slides, monkey bars, and places to climb. Swings and a half-court basketball hoop are also available. The school uses the park during lunchtime from September to May.
One of the most extensive pieces of children’s play equipment in the Leechburg area.
A gazebo and picnic benches occupy this park adjacent to the Kiskiminetas River. A nice quiet place to walk with a decent view of the river.
Several Leechburg festivals and events held by the L.A.C.A. are held in this park. This is technically the biggest park in the borough, with lots of room to run.
Just a short walk from here is Kiski Avenue Park.
No pets allowed.
This small park along Kiski Avenue in great for small kids. Teeter-totters, a jungle gym, and a swing set with 4 swings adorns the area. There is a small, covered picnic bench at the park as well.
The Leechburg Area Pool is the community swimming pool for Leechburg and Gilpin Township. It is located in Leechburg-Gilpin Park. This is the place to be in the Leechburg area during the hot Pennsylvania Summers. It features a children’s pool, slides, an ADA lift, and a large pool with a shallow end, a 3-6 foot deep stretch, and a 10-foot deep diving well with 3 diving boards. There are two low boards and one high-dive.
You must purchase a membership or day pass to enter. Great place to bring the whole family. Also has a kitchen that serves up fresh-cut french fries and other things to eat.
Once known as “The National Hotel” in the 1920’s, this was once the most prominent buildings during the early days of Leechburg. The building was built in 1901 for the sum of $40,000. It was named the “Twaddle.”
Currently, you can not enter above the second floor of the building. The building was purchased for $100,000 in 2009 and according to local news, a 2.2 million dollar renovation occurred. It now houses The Twisted Thistle, a high end local restaurant.