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Ann Rudd Saxman Nature Park
 Ann Rudd Saxman Nature Park
Although small in size, Ann Rudd Saxman Nature Park offers limitless opportunities to observe and study our natural world.

Conservationist, botanist, landscape designer and master gardener, Ann was an advocate of soil and water conservation, open space, composting and recycling. In 1996, the park was rededicated in her honor and an adjacent 10 wooded acres that were originally part of Ann's farm were added to the park.

Pets are restricted from the park. Hunting is also not permitted. During your visit, please stay on established trails. By not picking the wildflowers or disturbing the vegetation and wildlife, you are insuring that the park will remain a special place when you visit again.

One of Westmoreland County’s best-kept secrets, Ann Rudd Saxman Nature Park is just behind the bustling commerce of Route 30, two miles east of Greensburg on Donohoe Road.

Directions

From Points East & West
Take Route 30 towards Greensburg. Turn onto Donohoe Road at the traffic light immediately across from the Westmoreland Mall. From the east, this is a right turn. From the west, it is a left turn. Follow the road to the right towards the Toys-R-Us store. Continue straight through a traffic light and turn right into the Donohoe Center parking lot across from Peoples Gas. Nature Park is located in between the Donohoe Center and the Westmoreland County Department of Public Works.

From Points North & South
Take Route 119 to Greensburg and turn onto Route 30 East. Follow Route 30 East and turn left onto Donohoe Road at the traffic light immediately across from the Westmoreland Mall. Follow the road to the right towards the Toys-R-Us store. Continue straight through a traffic light and turn right into the Donohoe Center parking lot across from Peoples Gas. Nature Park is located in between the Donohoe Center and the Westmoreland County Department of Public Works.