261 Rosecrest Drive, Monroeville, PA 15146-4041
May 26, 2018 to September 3, 2018
Members, enjoy the Family Park Facilities
Contact Alan Mallinger, 412-697-3545
261 Rosecrest Drive, Monroeville, PA 15146
• Olympic-size outdoor swimming pool
• Diving board
• Walk-in baby pool with rainbow mushroom sprays
• Tennis courts and hiking trails
• Poolside grass and lounge chair areas
• Picnic area with grills
• Playground and ball fields
• 9-hole miniature golf course
• Vending area
• Ample parking
• Hot dogs, pizza bagels, ice cream and sno-cones are available at the Front Desk.
FAMILY PARK HOURS OF OPERATION
Opening Day: Saturday, May 26
11 am-7 pm
Monday, May 28: Memorial Day
11 am-7 pm
Weekend Hours all summer:
Saturdays, 11 am-7 pm
Sundays, 11 am-7 pm
May 29-June 8
June 11-August 17
Monday through Friday: 4-7 pm
Monday through Friday: 12:30-7 pm
*Call 412-521-8010 to make sure the pool is open.
Wednesday, July 4
11 am-7 pm
Monday, September 3: Labor Day
11 am-7 pm
Use the Family Park facilities from Memorial Day to Labor Day with our special Summer Splash Pass (good for the Family Park only)
- Family of 3 or more: $200 (no charge for nanny)
- Couple: $175
- Individual: $120
15% discount available to senior individuals and couples upon request
Contact: [email protected] or call 412-697-3522
LEARN TO SWIM AT THE FAMILY PARK
This summer we’re offering swim lessons on Wednesday afternoons and Saturday mornings.
View schedule here: Swim Lessons at the Family Park
Contact [email protected] for more information.
RENTALS AT THE FAMILY PARK
Rent the Family Park for company picnics, parties, weddings, bar/bat mitzvahs, banquets, retreats or any special event. JCC membership is not required.
Contact Stacey Davis 412-697-3503
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