Legion Keener Park is a 52-acre community park located at 1658 Catherine Street in downtown Latrobe, PA. This beautifully landscaped and impressively-equipped park offers areas for play, barbecuing, swimming, spectating. It has a 3-mile fitness trail for walking, jogging, rollerblading and bicycling. Sports abound, it has softball fields, baseball fields, soccer fields, tennis courts, sand and grass volleyball courts, and a handball court. Kids can enjoy the Creekside Nature Trail and park. Entertainment can be had at the band shell.
Every year the park hosts an annual 4th of July Festival with fireworks and a carnival. Latrobe Memorial Stadium, home to the Greater Latrobe Wildcats, hosts Steelers preseason game in August and events throughout the year.
Playland II, the main playground, is a combination of wooden castle and play palace. There are slides, swings, mazes, and towers for the kids to climb. It's popular and well-designed area that captures the imagination of children.
The Rogers-McFeely Memorial Pool is available during the summer months. You can purchase passes through the Latrobe-GLSD Parks & Recreation office.
If you want to rent a pavilion, you can find pricing for Pavilion Rentals here. The largest pavilion has a 250-person capacity, plus you can also rent the entire park!
Legion Keener is maintained by Latrobe-GLSD Parks and Recreation who offer a number of programs for residents which are published twice a year in the Times.