Welcome to a Magical Place
Welcome to the Mary Roberts Reinhart Nature Park! Nestled next to the Osborne Elementary School in Glen Osborne, Pennsylvania, below the hustle and bustle of Beaver Road, this verdant oasis is a place to soothe the spirit. Come visit and enjoy walking trails, a scenic overlook, pollinator garden, stone amphitheater, picnic areas, fairy houses, and more! The park is open daily and free to the public. Our events are FREE to the public as well!
What’s in a Name
The park’s namesake, Mary Roberts Rinehart was a noted mystery writer and a woman ahead of her time. In the fall of 1911, with five successful books and two plays to her credit, she purchased a house in Glen Osborne. It was a place that meant peace and security to her. Later, a portion of her estate would become the Mary Roberts Rinehart Nature Park, and her dream of a tranquil place would live on for others to enjoy.
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FEATURES & FUN
EVENT: MAY 3 – 23, 2021
Sewickley Storywalk at MRRNP
Grab the family and take a stroll through a StoryWalk in any one of five different community StoryWalks set up throughout the Quaker Valley. A StoryWalk® places pages from a children’s picture book along a walking path so that children and their caregivers may enjoy nature and reading together.
SPRING EVENT: May 22, 2021
Fairy Wing Ding in the Park
On Saturday, May 22, 2021, our Fairy House Building event will return to the park. Check back soon for more details.
Explore the Pollinator Garden
Enjoy a glorious array of flowers that attract bees, while learning the facts about pollination, the honey bee and how you can help protect bees.
Walks for All Seasons
Explore the charm of the park in every season of the year: