Cooper Hall & Roebling Park
Roebling Park sits in the Northeast corner of picturesque Saxonburg. Cooper Hall is located in Roebling Park behind the Saxonburg Museum.
Roebling Park is named in honor of John Augustus Roebling, who founded Saxonburg in 1832. Roebling was the inventor of wire rope and was the designer of the Brooklyn Bridge. His wire rope shop is located in the Park, as well as a replica of the Brooklyn Bridge.
Rental Information for Cooper Hall & Roebling Park is below. For availability, please see the Availability Calendar toward the bottom of this page. Gatherings must adhere to the CDC's Guidelines for COVID-19.
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~FAQs for Renters~
- Cooper Hall's interior space is 6,000 square feet.
- As of June 1, 2021, Cooper Hall is allowed to hold its maximum occupancy of 300 people.
- Cooper Hall is equipped with 55 eight-foot rectangular tables, 2 six-foot circular tables, & 300 padded chairs.
- Cooper Hall has a catering kitchen for warming purposes (food prep/cooking to be done offsite).
- Saxonburg Borough does not have a preferred list of caterers; all are welcome.
Physical Address of the Park:
199 North Rebecca Street, Saxonburg
Borough Parks and Recreation Department
420 W. Main Street
Saxonburg, PA 16056
724-352-1400 Option 3
To rent Cooper Hall and/or Roebling Park, or for more rental information,
please call 724-352-1400 Option 3.
Many of our photos were taken by Fred Caesar, whose contact information can be found by calling our Parks Department
at 724-352-1400 Option 3