Mike Roess - Picnic Pavilion

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Are you looking for a gathering place? The park has a variety of sheltered picnic pavilions in the picnic area. All pavilions have picnic tables and charcoal grills for cooking. The pavilions are available on a first come, first served basis or they can be reserved in advance. Reservations may be made up to 11 months in advance and payment is due 10 days after the reservation is made. To make a reservation, call the ranger station office during business hours, Monday through Thursday. Alcohol consumption is not permitted in the pavilions or picnic area. The picnic area closes at sundown.

Small Pavilions

All of these pavilions have 6 picnic tables and cost $35.00 plus tax to reserve, and include pavilions 15*, 16*, 48, 49, 50, and 51.

*Pavilion 16 is next to the playground and is ADA-accessible.

*Pavilion 15 only has 3 picnic tables but it has a large barbecue pit.

Medium Pavilions

Pavilion 18 is a historic CCC structure and has 6 picnic tables, a bench, two charchoal grills, and a men and women's restroom facility. The pavilion overlooks scenic Pebble Lake and costs $45.00 plus tax to reserve.

Large Pavilions

Pavilion 32 is a historic CCC structure and has 15 picnic tables and electricity and accomodates up to 100 people. The pavilion costs $70.00 plus tax to reserve.

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Mike Roess Gold Head Branch State Park