WILDCAT PARKWILDCAT PARK Contact: Todd Kasaback
Open May thru October from 9am – 9pm Wildcat Park, established in 1925 through the generosity and efforts of George W. Olmsted and other prominent members of the community. Located on 66 acres of land in the heart of the Allegheny National Fores with Two Mile Creek running through it. The park offers horseshoe pits, tennis/pickleball court, 9 hold disc golf course, two playgrounds, baseball diamond and a newly installed gaga ball pit. Wildcat Park is a Non-Profit 501 (c) (3) charitable organization. Their Mission statement is to promote wholesome and healthful sports and recreation and for the social and general welfare of the people living in Ludlow, PA and its vicinity; and for that purpose, to maintain suitable grounds, buildings and equipment for the recreational use of its members. They depend solely on Pavilion Rentals, gate fees, memberships, donations and fundraising events to pay for operating and improvement expenses.
Wildcat Park is a great place to hold your upcoming Family Reunion, Company Picnic, Wedding, Reception, Birthday or Graduation Party. They are located along Route 6 just east of Ludlow.
Park Hours may fluctuate due to weather or events