Sand Hills State Forest

16218 Highway 1

Patrick, SC 29584

Phone: (843) 498-6478

City: Patrick

Region: Midlands

Sand Hills State Forest

Sandhills State Forest has 46,000 acres of forest/wooded area, hiking and nature trails, camping sites, birding, picnic shelters, a fishing lake, horseback trails and ponds. The camping at Sugarloaf Mountain campsites is $15 for shelters and $10 without shelters. Check in time is 11 a.m. and check out is 11 a.m. for all campsites. You can make reservations for camping by calling our office Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - noon and 12:30 - 4 p.m. Annual and daily permits are available online.

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