We're Friends of the Riverfront, the organization that builds and maintains the 33+ miles - and counting - of the Three Rivers Heritage Trail and Water Trail.

  • Full Trail
  • North Side
  • Downtown
  • South Side & Eliza Furnace

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Abandoned Boat Policy

New policy regarding boat racks along the Three Rivers Water Trail

Read our 2024 Trail Economic Impact Study

See what kind of impact the Three Rivers Heritage Trail truly has!

Color Park

Friends founded & maintains Pittsburgh's only graffiti park

Wear Your Support for Friends

Sport official Friends of the Riverfront merchandise

Trail Alerts

Water Hazard

Water Hazard

Three Rivers Heritage Trail
July 4, 2024
The Monongahela River will be closed about 1.5 miles upstream and downstream from the Elizabeth dam. The river closure is set to begin and end July 8th.
Trail Detour

Trail Detour

Three Rivers Heritage Trail
March 24, 2023
The piers around the 9th, 7th, and 6th Street Bridges on the North Shore will be temporarily closed due to cleaning.
Trail Detour

Trail Detour

South Side & Eliza Furnace
September 16, 2022
The trail along 2nd Street in South Side is closed due to work to restore a historic building. Please follow detour signs in the area.

Events

Trail Care Tuesday - Duck Hollow

July 23rd @ 10:00am - 12:00pm
Join us on the Duck Hollow segment of the Three Rivers Heritage & Water Trail for a Trail Care Tuesday opportunity! Volunteers will assist in clearing undesired vegetation, litter cleanup, and other trail maintenance needs.

Trail Care Tuesday - Strip District

July 30th @ 5:30pm - 7:30pm
Join us on the Strip District segment of the Three Rivers Heritage Trail for an evening Trail Care Tuesday opportunity! Volunteers will assist in clearing undesired vegetation, litter cleanup, and other trail maintenance needs.

Train on the Trail - Your Watershed Friendly Property

July 31st @ 5:30pm - 8:00pm
Join Friends of the Riverfront for 2024's fourth Train on the Trail installment! Penn State Extension's Master Watershed Stewards of Allegheny County will provide an overview of best practices in managing and protecting water resources and providing habitat for wildlife and pollinators on their own property followed by a short paddle to observe the riverbank from the Allegheny River.

Support the Trails

We offer trail clean up events for volunteers and regular stewardship opportunities. Your financial support helps build and maintain the Three Rivers Heritage Trail and Water Trail.

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