The gazebo, or summer house, was built in the late 19th century out of unworked red cedar logs. In early 2013, the Gazebo was destroyed by a beech tree that fell during a severe storm. A year later, the Gazebo was rebuilt using the same material and in the same color scheme as the original structure.
Near the gazebo by two large green shrubs is a small stone featuring a bronze plaque. To learn more about this dedication stone and how Oak View became a historic site, dial 33.