LAKELAND PAVILION

Overview

Lakeland Pavilion is a pleasant picnic pavilion and large group campground accommodating up to 500 visitors for picnicking, boating and fishing on Lavon Lake.

Recreation

Lavon Lake’s most common catches include largemouth bass, white bass, blue catfish and crappie.

Equestrian and hiking on nearby Trinity Trail is a great way to explore the area.

Facilities

The shelter has 12 picnic tables, four cookers, a campfire ring and electric and water hookups. A flat, open area is available for sports like Frisbee and soccer.

Natural Features

The pavilion is in Lakeland Park on the eastern shores of Lavon Lake.

Lavon Lake, in northern Texas, flows from the East Fork tributary of the Trinity River. Its surface area is 21,400 acres and the maximum lake depth is around 59 ft..

Nearby Attractions

The Heard Natural Science Museum and Wildlife Sanctuary in nearby McKinney, features natural history exhibits and nature trails.While traveling East on US Highway 380, turn right (South) on State Highway 78 at Farmersville. Go South about 4 miles to CR 550. Turn right on CR 550 and continue about 2 miles to the entrance of the park. The pavilion is inside Lakeland Park.972-442-3141N