Parson's Mountain (National Forest)

454 Parson's Mt RD

Abbeville, SC 29620


Phone: (864) 746-6120

City: Abbeville

Region: Midlands

Parson's Mountain (National Forest)

Camping, hiking, fishing and non-motorizedboating, swimming, bath house, and picnicking shelter.

Nearby OHV trail (5 minutes) and Rifle Range (10 minutes), horse trail (10 Minutes).

Closed December 15 through March 30.

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