Marigold Pavilion is a location in the Forest region of Appalachia.


This location was once a small park, consisting of the central pavilion and a lake, acting as an attraction for tourists and hikers.[1] After the Great War, it became mostly abandoned, though there are remnants of a camp being set up around the wooden building.[2]


Marigold Pavilion is a wooden structure on the mountainside east of Point Pleasant. A large billboard overlooks a small pond to the south where a canoe is tied up. Right behind the pond is a small campsite located in front of the pavilion itself. A cooking station is located here, next to a table and a chair.

There is a weapons workbench inside the pavilion on the lower floor. The upstairs can be accessed via a broken section of the ceiling which forms a makeshift ramp upwards. There are two mattresses upstairs, as well as some toys and a banjo.


This location has the potential of spawning a random encounter between two NPC groups fighting.

Notable loot

  • Potential Vault-Tec bobblehead - On the second floor, between two mattresses, sitting on a floorboard sticking up.
  • Potential magazine - On the second floor, to the left of the red dirty bed.


Marigold Pavilion appears only in Fallout 76.



  1. Fallout 76 Vault Dweller's Survival Guide p.302 "28. MARIGOLD PAVILION
    To the east of Point Pleasant, atop a rugged hillside, is an old wooden structure, along with an irradiated lake, which once beckoned tourists and hikers. Check the lake for a sunken safe to open."
    (Fallout 76 Vault Dweller's Survival Guide Atlas of Appalachia)
  2. The mattresses upstairs, as well as some various junk items scattered around the pavilion
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