Little Pee Dee State Park

Quick Facts

Little Pee Dee State Park

South Carolina

(843) 774-8872

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Things To Do

Overview

Little Pee Dee State Park is an 835-acre natural haven located in Dillon County. It was named after the blackwater Little Pee Dee River and is the pefect spot for anyone wanting to enjoy the park's natural features or fish the calm, soothing waters of 54-acre Lake Norton. Guests can also explore the park's river swamp, examine the features of the Sandhills region and view an example of the Carolina Bay, famed for being an out of the ordinary geological depression unique to the Atlantic Coastal Plain. Guests also enjoy the park's serene campground, nature trail and picnic area. Fishermen can take advantage of the Lake's wide variety of fish, including bream, bass and catfish. The park is easy to get to, as it is conveniently located near Interstate 95. It is not hard to see why this place has long been popular with both travelers and the locals alike.

Map of Little Pee Dee (SC)

Latitude, Longitude: 34.329229, -79.283042

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Activities

  • Boating

    The state parks alongside major bodies of water have boat ramps and other access points for your water recreation.

    If you don't have your own boat, you can rent jonboats, canoes and kayaks at several state parks with small lakes and ponds.

  • Camping

    Tent and RV camping available. To make a camping reservation, call 1-866-345-PARK. Note: Camping reservations must be made for at least 2 nights. You must make a reservation request directly through the park if you request less than 1 day before check-in.

  • Fishing

    Fishermen appreciate Lake Norton's ample collection of bream, bass and catfish.

  • Hiking

    Guests can enjoy the nature trail.

Seasonality/Weather

Office Hours: 11 a.m. to noon; Days and Hours of Operation: Monday through Sunday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. (extended to 9 p.m. during Daylight Savings Time)

Directions

Driving

From I-95: Take exit #193 onto Hwy 9 through Dillon. From Hwy 9 take a rt. onto Hwy 57 for approximately 11 miles. Turn left onto county road 22 (State Park Road), cross two bridges over the Little Pee Dee River and the park will be one mile on the right.

Phone Numbers

Primary

(843) 774-8872

Campground reservations

(866) 345-7275

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