Near the corner of St. Charles Ave. and Walnut St.
Shelter #12 has undergone a full renovation, including handicap-accessible paths, new restrooms, a roof replacement and landscaping improvements that include several 670-gallon oak trees and irrigation upgrades.
This outdoor space has a nearby playground and is ideal for barbecues, family parties, and kids birthday parties. Audubon Shelter rentals are perfect for hosting your next event without breaking the bank.
Location: Shelter #12 is located near the corner of St. Charles Ave. and Walnut St.
Rental information: Shelter rental is $350/day. Spacewalks are allowed but users must provide a generator for power, and submit a certificate of insurance at least 10 days in advance of event. Amplified music is not allowed at this shelter. Events can be rescheduled one time and must be rescheduled within the same calendar year of the original booking in order to apply the credit.
Availability: 9:00am - 5:00pm
Shelter Catering Packages:
Audubon Catering and Events offers Picnic Menus, a Fun Package that includes an inflatable, and Race/Walk Catering!
- Sq ft: 1,600
- Outlets: 4
- Capacity: 25 seated / 40 sheltered
- Table: 2
- Restrooms: Men's and Women's
- Shelter Rules
Walnut Street Playground
The new Walnut Street Playground, located near Shelter #12, promotes interactive physical, cognitive, visual and hearing experiences for all. The unique design offers a welcoming environment for children with mobility challenges, including playground equipment accessible for people who use wheelchairs. In addition, the design presents a variety of features that provide sensory engagement and promote the development of motor skills. There are benefits for adults, too. For parents and grandparents who face mobility challenges, the new playground is built to encourage cross-generational play, a key to building strong family ties.
Examples of the inclusive playground features are wheelchair-accessible areas, including a bongo drum panel that allows children to have fun with rhythm and tone, a Braille and Clock Panel, a Periscope Reach, a Ring-a-Bell Reach and a bridge with guardrails. The largest playground feature is the “ZipKrooz,” a two-way ride similar to a zip line, which includes a track with a bucket seat for children with limited core strength. The playground also has conventional attractions such as slides, parallel bars, a balance beam, boogie board and tightrope bridge.