About LaSalle Park
In addition to being the home of Buffalo’s only official dog park, LaSalle Park is Buffalo’s largest waterfront park, located at the junction of Lake Erie and the mouth of the Niagara River. LaSalle Park parallels Buffalo’s waterfront, the breakwall, and the Erie Basin Marina. It is also home of the historic Colonel Francis G. Ward Pumping Station of the Buffalo Municipal Water Authority, as well as Buffalo’s Centennial Pool, which reopened in 2010 after being renovated. The path along the waterfront is part of the Riverwalk link, which provides public access from northern Erie County to downtown Buffalo. Amenities and activities also include: rollerblading; walking; jogging; bicycling; softball fields; baseball fields; football field; soccer fields; playground; amphitheater and meadow.
LaSalle Park is open to the public year-round.