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Chickasaw National Recreation Area Picnic Pavilion Reservations Now Available Online

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Date: January 29, 2011
Contact: Lauren Gurniewicz, 580-622-7282

Superintendent Bruce Noble is happy to announce that Chickasaw National Recreation Area’s picnic pavilions are now available for reservation on the national reservation system currently used for the park’s campgrounds. You are now able to reserve and pay for the Veterans Lake and the Buckhorn Pavilions through the website www.recreation.gov or by phoning the call center at 877-444-6777. The rates will remain at $30.00.

This change will allow the National Park Service to provide better customer service by allowing reservations and payments to be made on-line or by phone at your convenience. An additional Special Use Permit may be required for activities such as weddings or other events that involve the use of structures, banners, entertainment, etc. If you have any questions as to whether a Special Use permit is required, contact Charlotte Stratton, 580-622-7220.

Superintendent Bruce Noble said, “The staff at Chickasaw National Recreation Area looks forward to continuing to serve visitors in 2011 and asks for your continued support in all that we do to make your park visits an enjoyable experience.”

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The Bromide pavilion

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