Frick Environmental Center
412-586-4576 Map/Location


Every October, kids and adults love to discover what goes BUMP in the Night in Frick Park!

The annual BUMP IN THE NIGHT is a family fun event celebrating fall. Go on a night hike, see and learn about nocturnal animals, carve a pumpkin, take part in a sing-a-long, and much more!

Bump in the Night 2014
Fridays & Saturdays
October 10, 11, 17 & 18
7 – 9 p.m.
NEW LOCATION: Lower Frick Park near Falls Ravine Shelter; parking in lower lot off Lancaster Street in the Hollow.

NEW this year: register online at

Please note:  This event is geared towards children ages 3 - 10.  Children under 3 are not permitted.  See registration site for accessibility information and site location details.

The Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy is now managing the Frick Environmental Center. For more information, please visit

People of all ages discover extraordinary treasures at Frick Environmental Center, which offers programs about the park's habitats and ecology. The 151-acre Frick Woods Nature Reserve offers an opportunity to see Pennsylvania's native plants in its meadows and woodlands.

The center serves as the starting point of an extensive trail system—including a handicap-accessible trail through the woods—used for educational programs and nature walks. Nature programs, including day camps and school and family programs, continue year round on the grounds of the Frick Woods Nature Reserve.

Frick Environmental Center
2005 Beechwood Blvd., Frick Park
Squirrel Hill



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