Reserve one of the covered pavilions at Indian Creek Recreation Area
The large pavilion overlooks the lake and has a spacious grassy area for activities. It includes:
Numerous picnic tables
A covered area for the use of our large barbecue pit
A fire ring
Fee: $100 per day plus a $50 refundable cleaning deposit (refunded if the area is picked up after use). Pavilion rentals do not include day-use fees (all cars must pay the day-use fee).
The small pavilion is tucked away in an area that offers both privacy and some of the most beautiful lake views. The covered pavilion area shelters a large picnic table and is 12′ x 20′. The area has:
2 picnic tables
2 barbecue pits
2 fire rings
There are no restroom facilities, but the nearby bathhouse is within walking distance and is wheelchair accessible.
Fee: $30 per day plus a $15 refundable cleaning deposit (refunded if the area is picked up after use).
To make a reservation, call the Indian Creek office at (318) 487-5058 during open hours:
Mondays-Saturdays: 7 AM – 5:30 PM
Sundays: 1 PM – 5:30 PM
Enjoy the scenery and wildlife, including beautiful lake views
Hike or bike on natural trails
Have a picnic
Swim in the lake
Launch a boat
Go jet skiing or tubing
Fish from a boat or the banks of the lake (small perch, panfish)
Visit RV campsites or primitive areas
Attend an event
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3 beach areas
4 bath houses
Boat, canoe, and lifejacket rentals
Over 100 campsites
Covered pavilions (available for rental)
If you’re planning to stay a few nights, groceries are available within a couple of miles.
Rules and regulations
Pets are allowed but must be on a leash.
Campers can use golf carts during their stay, but must register them with the main office.
Quiet hours are 10pm - 7am.
No metal detectors.
No littering, including cigarette butts; dispose of litter in trash bins. Dumpsters are centrally located on Azalea Trail.
Dispose of sewerage and water from an RV or camper at one of the 2 dump stations. Don’t dispose of other waste in the dump station.
Be aware you’re in a forest and use caution. You might run across poisonous snakes, alligators, raccoons, black bears, snapping turtles, and other animals that could potentially harm you if they feel threatened.
Don’t bring or use chainsaws, and don’t burn pallets. You can easily find firewood throughout the site.
On campsites, registered visitors are responsible for all visitors at their site.