Point Park University Baseball Field, located in Green Tree, Pennsylvania, is one of the top collegiate baseball fields in the Pittsburgh Metropolitan Area. This field includes an all grass infield, with dimensions of 400 feet in the center. Point Park University Baseball Field is home to such amenities as spacious dugouts, batting cages, and bullpens. Meant to mirror a professional baseball field, the park’s layout includes grandstand seating, which features many rows of bleachers behind home plate. Surrounding the field is a walking track. The first sporting event held at Point Park University Baseball Field was the Alumni Game in September of 2010.

Things to do

Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium

Is your team interested in learning about wildlife? Come to the Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium. Here, your team will find a variety of animals.

Measuring 10 feet, and weighing 675 pounds, the Amur tiger is the largest feline in the world.  This tiger is native to the Amur River Valley, which straddles the Russian Far East, Northern China, and Southern Asia. In the zoo, the Amur Tiger can be found in simulated woodlands and birch forests. The lifespan of these creatures can last from 16 to 22 years in captivity. Do you feel as if you are in a nature show yet? Further immerse yourself in the big cat experience by seeing the Cheetah. This big cat is native to Eastern and Southern Africa. It is two to three feet long and weighs up to 175 pounds. In this zoo, the cheetah is provided with a large space, designed to imitate his native dry, open grass-lands. Known as the fastest mammal on land, a cheetah is capable of reaching speeds of up to 60 miles an hour in three seconds!

The zoo also features one of the largest tortoise species. Classified as a giant tortoise, the Aldabra Tortoise is one of the remaining species once native to Madagascar and the Seychelles Islands. Currently, these tortoises are found on the Island of Aldabra in the Indian Ocean. Capable of living an astonishing 100 years, these tortoises can weigh between 350-550 pounds! On to something more graceful, the Flamingo is found in the African Savanna area of the zoo. During the summer months, you and your team will find the Flamingo sunning itself in the warm weather. Guests can view them inside during cooler temperatures. These animals are four to five feet tall and weigh just five to six pounds. Your team will be captivated by creatures of all shapes and sizes at this wonderful attraction!  7370 Baker Street Pittsburgh, PA 15206


Would your sports team be interested in slides, rides, and food? Look no further than Kennywood. This fun center is located nearby Point Park University Baseball Field. Known as, “America’s Favorite, Traditional Amusement Park Since 1898,” Kennywood has been a reliable source for thrilling entertainment for generations of Pennsylvanians and visitors alike. Come enjoy its unique rides!

The Black Widow is Kennywood’s newest ride! Riders sit in outward-facing, suspended seats which form a giant circle. When the ride begins, the giant circle swings in a pendulum motion and spins counterclockwise. As the pendulum swings, guests are happily propelled 68 miles per hour. This ride presents riders with a unique opportunity. At the top of their swing, riders achieve an astonishing height of 146 feet off the ground. You and your team will be provided with the opportunity to experience the feeling of weightlessness! Kennywood requests that riders be at least 52 inches to ride.

Would you like to be nestled inside a bobsled like a future Olympian as it hurtles around a track? The Bayern Kurve has been a popular attraction since the 1970s. Traveling around a circular “banked track”, guests travel at a high-speed. At the car’s highest point, guests find themselves at a 45 degree angle to the ground. Kennywood asks that riders are at least 46 inches to ride. When you have finished speeding in the air and on the ground, enjoy the water attractions at Kennywood.

The Pittsburg Plunge provides guests with a wonderful and thoroughly entertaining ride, while deriving its name from history. The name of this ride is a reference to the historical spelling of, Pittsburgh. From 1890-1911 the city was spelled without an “h”. The Pittsburg Plunge features a 20 passenger boat. This boat plunges down a 50 foot drop. Kennywood asks that riders must be 36 inches to ride. In addition, riders 36-46 inches must be accompanied by an adult. Have you ever wanted to go on a white water rafting adventure? Raging Rapids is a ride designed to simulate the thrill of a white water rafting experience! While enjoying this ride, visitors will find themselves on a natural, downward slopping hillside. Kennywood asks that riders are 42-48 inches to participate in this activity.

At the end of an exhilarating day, try the food at this amusement park. Visitors will enjoy food from over 30 refreshment and snack carts. You are invited to sample Kennywood’s own, “The Potato Patch.” Enjoy fresh cut Idaho Potatoes. Designed to enhance your snacking experience, guests can choose a variety of toppings. These toppings include cheddar cheese, bacon, gravy, and more! Guests are also welcome to try a pretzel from Auntie Anne’s. Let your mouth dance with a freshly made pretzel and lemonade. If you and your team would rather sit down for a meal, Parkside Cafe is waiting to please the palates of various visitors. If you prefer, Kennywood also allows customers to bring a picnic lunch! Your team will be entertained for hours with such lively rides coupled with the promise of delicious food options!  4800 Kennywood Boulevard West Mifflin, PA 15122

Altimate Air Trampoline Park

The Altimate Air Trampoline Park is a trampoline park with over 10,000 square feet of bouncing entertainment. The Park is accommodating to all ages, welcoming to groups, and close by Point Park University Baseball Field. Your team will be amazed at the plethora of activities offered by Altimate Air Trampoline Park.

The Altimate Jump Bag is one of the most popular attractions at this facility. It features a platform from which guests can jump onto the jump bag! This trampoline park asks that guests are at least 44 inches in order to partake in this activity. Once you have conquered the Jump Bag, climb the Altimate Climbing Wall. This climbing wall is 25 feet high, and features a state-of-the-art auto belay system. For those who like to cross the threshold from fun into competition, the “Face of Race Wall” awaits. This is a 20 foot wall, and is transparent. In order to climb this wall, Altimate Air Trampoline Park requires you to wear tennis shoes with laces. Participants must be at least 8 years of age. Are these walls not enough of a challenge for you? Put your agility to the test with the Altimate Ninja Obstacle Course. These 13 obstacles are available to be adjusted to either beginner, intermediate, or advanced skill levels. For this activity, one is required to wear tennis shoes with laces. Participants must be 10 years of age or older.

Altimate Air Trampoline Park hopes you enjoy your stay with them. They ask that all participants sign a waiver before their exciting day!   1701 Lincoln Highway North Versailles, PA 15137

The Western Pennsylvania Sports Museum

The Western Pennsylvania Sports Museum is a 20,000 square foot museum within a museum. Located inside the Heinz History Center, the Western Pennsylvania Sport Museum is on the second and third floor. Enjoy sports memorabilia with more than 70 interactive opportunities. “Relive the Moments that make Pittsburgh Sports Great.” Explore how Western Pennsylvania became “a hot bed” for talented high school and college football players. Almost 50 professional quarter backs, four Heisman Trophy Winners, and dozens of All Americans have come from this region. You and your team will have the opportunity to delve into interactive activities such as throwing a pass, and trying on a Super Bowl Ring. The Steelers have won 6 Super Bowl Trophies, which is more than any other NFL Team. The exhibits include the “Immaculate Reception,” and “Cradle of Quarterbacks”. Johnny Unitas, Joe Montana, Dan Marino, and Franco Harris are part of this museums long list of notable sports legends. 1212 Smallman St. Pittsburgh, PA 15222

The Golden Triangle Bike Rental

Explore Pittsburgh by bike! The Golden Triangle Bike Rental offers tour and rentals to accommodate any size group. Guests have the opportunity to start from The Golden Triangle Bike Rental’s downtown location, or they will bring the bikes to you. Your team can book a custom tour in advance. Enjoy fresh air, exercise, and quality time in the Pittsburgh area with the option of a guided or self-guided tour. A self-guided map with Legend and Map Key is available. The Map Key even includes entertainment, food, and drink locations! Tours connect the city’s riverfront trails, while pointing out new development, as well as its history.

Would your team rather bike traffic free? The Three Rivers Heritage Trails may be for you. Your team can seize the opportunity to bike on the Great Allegheny Passage, along the 350 miles of “Rail Trail”. Check the website for details and opportunities for your next trip to the Steel City. 600 First Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15219

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Places to Eat


Is your team looking for an authentic Italian Restaurant, a short drive from Point Park University Baseball Field? Girasole is happy to provide you with the desired authentic dining experience. This restaurant derives its name from the Italian word for “sunflower.” When your team steps into this restaurant, you will notice that two time periods have come together. The energetic, modern atmosphere mixes with the old stone walls. This unique blend of old and new reflects an authenticity in the environment which extends to include many other features of the restaurant. The food is prepared in a traditional Italian-Style, while using locally grown ingredients. Your team will appreciate the variety in the menu.

The menu at Girasole offers, homemade soups, salads, bruschetta, antipastas, pasta dishes, fish, chicken, and meat. In addition to these delicious food options, Girasole provides their customers with the ability to cater any special event inside the restaurant. Please check the website for more details. 733 Copeland Street Pittsburgh PA 15232


Huszar is an authentic Hungarian Restaurant. This restaurant advertises, “Traditional Hungarian Comfort Food in the North Side of Pittsburgh.” Huszar is a term referring to an elite soldier in the Hungarian Army. It is a family-oriented restaurant, and the staff takes pride in preparing traditional Hungarian Dishes. If it is your teams first time at a Hungarian Restaurant, you will enjoy your introduction to this variety of food.

Open for lunch and dinner, the menu at Huszar features, appetizers, soups, salads, sandwiches, entrees, sides, and deserts. Don’t forget to try the Retes. This is a strudel made with sour cherry or apple filling. 627 E. North Ave. Pittsburgh, PA 15212

Sichuan Gourmet

Sichuan Gourmet is a traditional Chinese restaurant in Pittsburgh. Known for its friendly staff and authentic cuisine, Sichuan Gourmet, will be a welcoming environment for your team. Open for lunch and dinner, this extensive menu serves appetizers, noodle soups and noodles, vegetables, beef, lamb, and rabbit, as well as seafood and poultry. Sichaun Gourmet also provides their customers with the opportunity for online ordering. 1900 Murray Ave. Pittsburgh PA 15217


Kaya is a restaurant which has derived its culinary inspiration from the Caribbean and South America. This restaurant has been an award-winning dining establishment for over 20 years. Using only the freshest herbs and spices to flavor their food, your team need only sit back and enjoy the quality menu items offered by Kaya like the fish tacos. Open for lunch and dinner, this restaurant also offers Sunday Brunch. In addition, is available to cater your next event. Please check the website for more details. 2000 Smallman St Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Pittsburgh is a vibrant city that seems to inspire championships and is full of wonderful activities for your team. Once you finish your day at Point Park University Baseball Field, enjoy a variety of activities and eccentric dining opportunities. Your team will want to visit the “Steel City,” again and again.