Parson's Mountain Recreation Area - Sumter National Forest

454 Parson's Mountain RD

Abbeville, SC 29620

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Phone: (803) 637-5396

City: Abbeville

Region: Midlands

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Parson's Mountain Recreation Area - Sumter National Forest

Handicap accessible day use area:site has picnic shelter and boat landing for non-motorized boats. Picnic area has tables, grills, and group shelter. Flush toilets. Campsites (23) do not have electricity, but a fire ring and table are available; camp limit 14 days. Pay fees at our self-serve pay station. Parking is $3 for day use and overnight camping is $7. No reservations accepted; first come first serve. Groups of 10 or more should call first. No reservations for the picnic shelter, first come first serve.

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