Location: Dillon, South Carolina
Webpage: South Carolina State Park
General Description: Little Pee Dee State Park is a small park located in the sandhills of South Carolina along the Little Pee Dee River. The park includes 50 acre Lake Norton and access to the river. Most activities are associated with fishing or boating on the Lake or river although there are picnic areas and a 1.3 mile trail that loops around a beaver pond. The campgrounds are not heavily used, spacious, and tree covered. There is a total of 50 campsites with water and electric hookups (30 amp) and a dump station at the entrance. There are two restrooms located in the center of the two loops. Sites in loop A have easy access to Lake Norton.
1) When we first pulled into the State Park, I was not impressed since the campgrounds did not look well maintained. However, my first impression was wrong. It is simply that the campgrounds are not heavily used and each of the sites had grass and herbaceous cover except for the camper spot and tent pads. The bathrooms were well maintained and clean although a bit dated. I would stay again in the future.