Bellevue Park, is a neighborhood in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. It is known as Pennsylvania’s first fully planned residential community.
Bellevue Park was laid out in 1910, subdivided from the 1876 homestead of Jacob Haehnlen, which later became the home in 1908 of nationally known horticulturalist, environmentalist and publisher J. Horace McFarland. Bellevue Park is characterized by winding lanes, wooded topography, underground utilities and period street lighting. Impressive mansions and open preserves are protected by stringent covenants.