Greater Mullins Chamber of Commerce
Saturday, June 24, 2017
Little Pee Dee State Park offers fishing, boating, a nature trail, camping and picnicking and is a popular spot for area residents and travelers on nearby I-95.
The 835-acre park is on the blackwater Little Pee Dee River and features diverse habitats that include swamp, sand dunes and the rim of a Carolina bay on adjacent Heritage Trust Site property.
A 54-acre lake within the park offers fishing and boating.  A primitive landing on the river allows canoes, kayaks and small boats to launch among the hardwoods that line the banks.  Picnic shelters and tables are used year-round and campers enjoy the shady setting of the quiet Southern pine forest that long was the home of the Pee Dee tribe that gave the river and this part of the state their names.
Little Pee Dee State Park is located at:
1298 State Park Road
Dillon, SC 29536
(843) 774-8872

 
Park Hours: Daylight Savings Time (daily)   9 a.m. - 9 p.m.
                Standard Time   (daily)           9 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Hours are subject to change.  For updated information call (888) 88-PARKS
 
For more information regarding Little Pee Dee State Park click here.
 
Camping:  A limited number of sites is available for reservation among with two sites exclusively for the handicapped.  Remaining sites are rented on a first-come first-serve basis.  Campsites can be reserved by contatcting the park directly.  Thirty-two sites have water and electrical hookups, while 18 tent sites include central water.  The campground is convenient to restroom facilities with hot showers.  Camping clubs can reserve ten to 15 sites.  A dump station is available for RV users.
 
Primitive group camping area is available for organized groups.  Reservations are accepted.  Restrictions apply.
 
Fishing:  Fishing with a valid fishing license may be enjoyed in the park's 54-acre lake or in the black waters of the Little Pee Dee.
 
Boating:  Year-round jon boat rentals are avialable for use in the park lake.  A boat ramp provides private boat access to the park lake.  Private boats are restricted to an electric trolling motor.  Gas-powered motors are not allowed. 
 
Picnic Shelters may be reserved for a fee or, when available, may be used without charge on a first-come, first serve basis.
 
Trail:  The Beaver Pond Nature Trail, a 3/4 mile loop to a pond can be accessed from the park road or from the campground.
 
Pets must be on a leash no longer than six feet or otherwise under restraint.