Hogan Fountain Pavilion, Cherokee Park
Located in Cherokee Park on Loop Road, Hogan's Fountain Pavilion is the most prominent structure in the park and is fondly referred to as the Tee Pee. It was designed by the local architectural firm of Tafel -Schickli Architects in 1965 to serve as a picnic shelter for the public. Its tee pee shape was designed in reference to the Native American name of the park. The pavilion survived the 1974 F-4 tornado that heavily damaged the park, and has been saved from demolition by the public that has enjoyed it throughout its life.