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PICNIC SHELTERS 

 

Picnic Shelters at #RRCAP

Group Picnic Shelters are open year round and are available for daily reservation. There are five picnic shelters located throughout the park. The shelters feature picnic tables, large pedestal cooking grill, water, and electric service. Book and reserve your shelter for your next birthday party, family reunion, or other get together online today!

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Red Mulberry Shelter

Located at the front of the park the Red Mulberry Shelter sits close to paved walking trails and the pond and is surrounded by a beautiful canyon wall. This shelter houses 4 picnic tables, a large grill and cooking surface, and water and electric services


Caddo Maple Shelter

Our Caddo Maple Shelter is located at the back of the park and boasts beautiful beams throughout the shelter - we’ve had many weddings in this beautiful venue! This shelter houses 6 picnic tables, a large grill and cooking surface, and water and electric services


Red Cedar Shelter

The Red Cedar shelter is located in the middle of the park next door to one of our restroom houses and has accessible parking. It is in close proximity to playgrounds, walking trails, and also has an area for a volleyball net! This shelter houses 4 picnic tables, a large grill and cooking surface, and water and electric services


Sycamore Shelter

Located in the center of the park, the Sycamore Shelter is conveniently located close to the road with accessible parking and walking paths. This shelter also has room for a volleyball net and is located close to playgrounds and walking trails. This shelter houses 6 picnic tables, a large grill and cooking surface, and water and electric services


Walnut Grove Shelter

Our largest shelter at Walnut Grove is located next door to one of our playgrounds and the entire Walnut Grove campground area. This huge shelter can accommodate any group of any size. This shelter houses 14 picnic tables, a large grill and cooking surface, and water and electric services and it’s own private parking area.

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