Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania: Tennis Court in Stone Reservoir

A round stone water reservoir was converted to a tennis court.

Oakwood Park Water Reservoir

Celtic Way, Pittsburgh, PA
Oakwood Park Water Reservoir, Hwy 50/Noblestown Rd north onto Durbin St.
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Tennis courts in the reservoir.

Tennis Court in Old Stone Reservoir

Play tennis in a water reservoir. Oakwood park has a very old above ground stone water reservoir that had been converted to a tennis court. A small portion of the wall was taken down to allow easy access to the floor of the reservoir.

[Paul Kasel, 05/02/2013]

A sight probably best appreciated from the air; the circular stone wall mostly surrounds the tennis court.

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