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Shouse Park Walters Pavilion

Shouse Park

Pittsburgh, PA, US
Spot Type
Open Air Shelter
80 Guests

About this listing

The quietness and seclusion are the main attraction to this site. • located on the southern back end of the park and is secluded by trees • electricit ...
The quietness and seclusion are the main attraction to this site. • located on the southern back end of the park and is secluded by trees • electricit y • water pump • grill • alcohol permitted with a copy of the declaration page of your home owners, or renters insurance • rental hours 9:00 am - 10:00 pm *Three Week Notice of Cancellation Required for Refunds.

The space

Accommodates: 80

Spot Type: Open Air Shelter


Picnic Tables
Trash Bins
Outdoor Grill
Flush Toilets

Electric Power

Parking Lot

Water Spigot

ADA Access

Available at Shouse Park

Baseball / Softball Field
Flush Toilet

Rules and Policies

No smoking
No pets

Cancellation policy


At the discretion of the owner


Listed by Crescent Township USA

· Joined in January 2022

The founding of what was to become Crescent Township on the Ohio River dates back to 1784-1785, when warrants were recorded for "Fortune", "Limerick" and "Strabane" riverfront properties. The area was settled by Revolutionary War soldiers who bought their land from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. A son of German emigrants, Peter Shouse came here with his family in 1822 after he had built boats in Monongahela and Pittsburgh, and after he had served in Ohio during the War of 1812. Intending to operate his own boatyard, he purchased "Limerick Landing", which was the location of a pool in the Ohio River approximately 20 feet deep. This spot provided an exceptional location for launching new boats. The boatyard brought many workers who cut timber from the thick virgin forests covering nearby hillsides. Limerick Landing and the boatyard incorporated into Shousetown when the new community was established by Peter Shouse, and the entire area was part of Moon Township. Moon Township was one of the first seven townships designated when Allegheny County was formed in 1788. Muddy roads made getting to the polls in Moon Township difficult, so a petition was prepared, asking that the Quarter Session Court in Allegheny County establish a separate Township. This was granted in 1855, and the new municipality was named "Crescent" because it was a small part of Moon. Crescent Township maintains a small town feel. Labeled the “Gateway to Allegheny County” on its entrance from the Borough of South Heights, Crescent Township serves as a small community to its residents who desire to have that hometown feel while still being close to the City. Over the past year, the Township has started to see many changes and with the continued hard work of its employees and residents, we hope to see the Township of Crescent flourish into an even better place to call home.

Crescent Township

The area

Crescent Township USA's property is located in Pittsburgh, US

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