Johnstown, PA 15905
|Seating:||Limited bleachers and lawn chairs|
|Parking:||Paved lots near site and on-street|
Roxbury Park along Franklin Street is the secondary field used by the AAABA.
Roxbury Park has always been a recreational area for Johnstowners. Originally a lake called Luna Park, Roxbury Park now features multiple baseball diamonds, a hockey court, basketball courts, tennis courts, a playground, and the historic Roxbury Bandshell.
Located in the suburb of Roxbury, this field offers picturesque surroundings. Games are regularly attended by a large contingent of local residents. Limited aluminum bleacher seating is available, but most fans bring lawn chairs. Open space is available down both base lines and on the hill with the concession stand. Some prefer the 'nose bleed section' way up on the hill along Park Drive.
Parking for Roxbury Park is available primarily along Berkley Drive and Park Drive, with some smaller lots on Franklin Street, as well as street parking. Due to the often large crowds, however, parking can become scarce. While partaking of a game at Roxbury, be sure to stop by the Roxberry Creamery located north of the field.