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Henry Kaufmann Family Park

261 Rosecrest Drive, Monroeville, PA 15146

The JCC’s Henry Kaufmann Family Park in Monroeville is a beautiful park setting with swimming and a rustic
lodge on more than 100 acres. The park includes swimming pools, recreational facilities and pavilions in a private, forested environment.
Rent the Family Park for company picnics, parties, weddings, bar/bat mitzvahs, banquets, retreats or any special event.

JCC membership is not required.

Buildings and Shelters

• Winterized lodge with fully equipped kitchen; high, woodbeamed ceiling; two fireplaces and bathrooms; accommodates up to 80 guests
• Outdoor pavilion can accommodate 100 guests for special events, athletic events or cook-outs
• Kitchen with an ice machine, ovens, freezers and refrigeration space
• Wood shelter with bathroom and electricity
• Parking for more than 200 cars

Pools

• Olympic-size heated pool with diving board
• Zero entry children’s pool with rainbow and mushroom spray play features
• Large locker rooms with bathrooms and showers

Recreational Facilities

• Miniature golf course
• High and low ropes course with more than 12 elements
• Two tennis courts, basketball, hockey and field sports playing areas
• Wooded trails for hiking or camping
• Outdoor amphitheater for campfires, performances or movies
• Children’s playground
• Picnic tables

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