Delmont Borough is home to several parks, ideal for outdoor activities.

  • Newhouse Park, located off Stotler Drive, behind the Delmont Dairy Queen, and has the following amenities
    • Pavilion available for rental: 17 picnic tables (seats 8-10 each), kitchen area including a full-size refrigerator/freezer, sink, lots of counter space, 16 outlets in kitchen/16 outlets in pavilion area, charcoal grill
    • Three softball/baseball fields (lower field located off of Apple Hill Drive)
    • Regulation size basketball court
    • Upgraded sand volleyball court
    • Walking/Running trail
    • Restrooms (open during non-winter months) –┬áMen/Women, both with new baby changing stations, hand dryers, freshly painted, air freshening systems
    • Playsets for multiple ages including a new swing set installed 2024, 2-sliding boards, play fire truck, play pirate ship, small 4- person covered picnic table, and other playground equipment
    • Ample parking
  • R. J. Shields Farm, entrances located off Overly Street and West Pittsburgh Street
    • 145 acres of wooded area and previous farm land
    • Home of the Delmont Apple ‘n Arts festival and Delmont Area Athletic Association (DAAA) baseball fields
    • Historic log cabin
    • Nature trails along the perimeter of the property
    • Open spaces to take walks and explore
  • Rose Wigfield Parklet, located on Greensburg Street, across from First Commonwealth Bank
    • Offers a relaxing setting to stop while on a walk
    • Bathroom (open during non-winter months)
    • Pavilion with grill available to rent for parties or other gatherings
  • Park Drive Parklet, located off Park Drive
  • Valley Stream Park, located near Valley Stream apartments