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Frick Park
1000 Lancaster Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15218
At 561 acres, Frick Park is the largest regional park in Pittsburgh. The park features an environmental center, an artMore and historical center, historical gatehouse entrances, a 151-acre nature reserve and the Nine Mile Run Watershed. Dogs are allowed in the park, but must be on a leash at all times; pets are not allowed on playgrounds and courts. Alcoholic beverages can be consumed with a special permit, and glass items cannot be brought into the park. 
Frick Park Automotive
585 S Braddock Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15221
Right at the corner of Forbes and Braddock avenues sits Frick Park Automotive. The red brick building lays at the farMore end of an expansive parking lot. Inside, a small waiting area with a few chairs and a chrome-ribbed counter connects to the garage, which can accommodate up to three cars at a time. This shop works on domestic and imported vehicles, offering general maintenance and repair. It is also a designated state inspection station.
Environmental Charter School at Frick Park
829 Milton St, Pittsburgh, PA 15218
The Environmental Charter School at Frick Park welcomes children from kindergarten to fourth grade to take part in anMore education centered and beginning with learning to love the earth and nature. The school has plans to grow by one grade each year until it reaches the eighth grade level. The curriculum focuses on respecting the natural beauty found in plants and wildlife. It is the first environmentally themed school in Allegheny County.
Rose's Ice Cream
7600 Forbes Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15221
Rose's, located across from Frick Park, s offers locally made ice cream products for kids, bikers taking respite fromMore the trails and the whole community. The ice cream, soft-serve, sorbet and yogurt are from Kerber's, a Pittsburgh brand that makes hormone-free goods. The store is extremely pet friendly, and dog owners can even buy a special dog bone with vanilla ice cream for their pets.