Pettigrew State Park
Location: 2252 Lake Shore Road, Creswell, NC 27928
More than 1200 acres of land and 16,600 acres of water that make up the Park and Lake Phelps. Also contains part of the old plantation at Somerset Place. Canoe/kayak trails, sailing, row boats and power boats can be launched from the two launch sites. A family campsite with thirteen sites for tents or trailers is located near the park office. Picnic tables and grill at each site with restrooms and showers close by. Boat, pier and wade fishing available with fishing license. Trails and picnic areas are located throughout the park, maps available at the Park office. The park recently purchased property on the Scuppernong River and facilities are planned for the near future.

Office hours: 8am to 5pm, Monday to Friday. Closed Holidays. Park hours: November February, 8am to 6pm; March, 8am to 7pm; April and May, 8am to 8am; June to August, 8am to 9pm; September, 8am to 8pm; October, 8am to 7pm.

Fees: $15 per night camping fee, seniors citizens $10 per night, Primitive Group Site $9 per night or $1 per person whichever is the most.

Phone: 252-797-4475
Email: pettigrew@ncmail.net
Website: www.ils.unc.edu/parkproject/visit/pett/home.html

Town of Plymouth
124 E Water St. | Plymouth, NC  27962
Ph. (252) 793-9101 - Fax (252) 793-6738
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