Creek Pavilion sits near a point close to the water. Creek Pavilion is the most requested one, due to it's beautiful setting. It also does not have picnic tables around it. This pavilion has a lot of space surrounded by trees. The lake shoreline is very close compared to the other pavilions.
Seminole Pavilion in Central State Park
Seminole Pavilion sits away from the water, but is still close enough to fish and toss rocks. This location has many picnic tables around it. It is a good pavilion to rent to large groups, because the groups can spread out around the pavilion.
Cherokee Pavilion in Central State Park
Cherokee Pavilion sits up the hill from the water. Down the hill by the shoreline are big rocks, boulders, and plenty of places to fish. Getting down to the water is somewhat difficult. Anyone with disabilities would have trouble getting to the shoreline. This pavilion also has picnic tables nearby.
Caddo Pavilion in Scissortail Park
Caddo Pavilion sits away from the water, but is still close enough to fish. This pavilion does not have additional picnic tables around it. It also has a large open area nearby - perfect for volleyball.
Comanche Pavilion in Spring Creek
Comanche Pavilion sits up high from the water and is very secluded with many trees packed in tightly around it. The water cannot be seen from this pavilion and it sits alone at the end of a cul-de-sac.