A Walk in the Park
Kittanning's Riverfront is a Special Place
By Anita Bowser
Whether you're solo or with friends, this beautiful park along the Allegheny River in Kittanning offers a respite for the soul. It's always a treat, but the blossoms and warm breezes of a waning spring make now an ideal time to enjoy this local treasure. Join us here for a pictorial stroll along the river's eastern shore.
The park is a colorful, fragrant place this time of year.
Picnic spots & benches, in sun or shade,
can be found north & south of the bridge.
Those who made history are remembered here.
And, right now, future history-makers are honored as well.
Lamp posts, gazebos & gardens are part of the park's quaint charm.
The park is ideal for birders, fishermen, & those who crave the natural world.
Wherever you are, take a little time to find a green spot or a wetland. Spring is almost over, so get out and enjoy it while you can.
Please consider sharing below any advice you might have for visitors of Riverfront Park.
Anita Bowser is a writer and blogger from Butler. She’s a volunteer at Kittanning Library and has worked as a grant coordinator, reporter, copy editor, content writer and a library director. Her favorite past times include reading, writing and walking in the park. Contact her at email@example.com and find out more at www.anitabowser.com.