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My wife and I saw these steps during our duck boat tour. We made note of where they were because we wanted to come back with our kids.
I'm very happy we did. My kids must have gone up and down these water steps about...More
A day out with the teenagers yielded this as one of our stops. They loved jumping around in the water and taking pictures with the city backdrop. The water is mostly ankle deep- perfect for little ones to cool off on a hot day and...More
This is just a short walk from the Carnagie Science Center, which was a pleasant surprise. Kids of all ages were there enjoying themselves, and it was refreshing to wade in the knee-deep water. The only disappointing thing was some people wouldn't pick up after...More
We walked to the water steps from across the river in downtown. When we got there, there were a lot of people around, but there was not any water in the steps!
Perhaps we arrived too late. It would have been nice to see with...More
Check out the Water Steps for a fun little free spot to play and/or cool down. The water is chlorinated and we saw kids of all ages enjoying the steps. They are a nice and beautiful place to stop and rest when you’re strolling Northshore...More
We stayed at a hotel across the street from the water steps so my two kids went back a few times. The steps are right on the riverfront on the North Shore. Great views of the city! The kids enjoyed walking on the water steps...More
We never knew this place was here. It's the perfect setting for scenery, taking pictures, watching boats sail by, and tons of fun for kids and really anyone of all ages. Grandparents can even sit on the side and put their feet.
Finally a place...More
While on the Duck tour our guide pointed this out as we were headed down the river. Couldn't wait to test it out my grandson and daughter. The rock steps have texture so no worries about slipping. Water was clean and felt like bath water....More
Street parking is the closest. If your are traveling with another adult you could drop them all off and then go park at the Rivers Casino for free. It is just a short walk along the bike trail from the Casino to the water... More
Street parking is the closest. If your are traveling with another adult you could drop them all off and then go park at the Rivers Casino for free. It is just a short walk along the bike trail from the Casino to the water steps. Kids are not allowed even in the Casino parking lot.