Because of its size and its central location, this is probably the best-known and most-used of the passive-use parks in Mt. Lebanon. At 42 acres, Bird Park supports a soccer field, picnic shelter, fire circle and numerous woodland trails.
Though you’ll find many birds there, the park is named in honor of Lieutenant Thomas A. Bird, Jr., U.S. Marine, who was the first Mt. Lebanon resident to give his life in the Vietnam War. The park was dedicated to honor him and all of Mt. Lebanon’s Vietnam Veterans in 1967.