Enjoy Summer in Monroeville

Monroeville is conveniently located near Pittsburgh and has something for everyone to enjoy.

The neighborhood of Monroeville is located only 12 miles east of Pittsburgh. It's home to a variety of large and small businesses, a large residential community, bustling shopping districts, some great restaurants, and tons of things to do. Monroeville also has a recently renovated convention center that hosts many exciting events throughout the year. Here are some of the top things to do in Monroeville in the summer.

Boyce Park 

Can’t make it to the beach this summer? Look no further than Boyce Park. The wave pool at Boyce Park is a showstopper for staying cool in the summer heat. Bring the whole family (and even the dog) for an exciting pool day. 

The best thing about summer is enjoying the warm weather with your friends and family, all while grilling up something yummy. Host your barbecue at Boyce Park. They have a super easy online reservation system with lots of differ shelter options. 

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Where to Eat

Flowers in the Attic is a one-of-a-kind lunch and brunch spot. The seasonal menu and outdoor dining makes a perfect stop on a warm summer day. And, check out the awesome gift shop, and of course, a flower shop with beautiful floral arrangements, houseplants, and more!

And after a full day of wave-catching in the sun, cool down at The Meadows Frozen Custard. Enjoy a cup or cone, a sundae, or even a smoothie. You *honestly* can’t go wrong. 

Family friendly Activities 

Summer is the best time of year for a family golf outing. Whether you’re a family of golf pros, or just looking to have some fun, you’ll find what you’re looking for. Try out the driving range at the McDain Golf Center, or check out Par 2 Mini Golf 

There’s still time to hit the trails before summer ends! Get all of your cycling needs at Pro Bikes LLC. This bike shop also frequently hosts events and runs that cyclists, runners, and hikers won’t want to miss. 

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