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Lumber River State Park

United States


Key InfoLUMBERTON - 22 MILES, WHITEVILLE - 27 MILES, FAIR BLUFF - 9 MILES The front gate is closed and locked at posted closing times for your protection. There will be no exiting or entering the gate after this time. All visitors not spending the night will need to be out by closing time. If you leave the park and do not return before closing time, you will not be able to re-enter.Important Information for Daily EntranceDirectionThe PRINCESS ANN ACCESS AREA is 50 miles away from the CHALK BANKS ACCESS AREA DRIVING TO PRINCESS ANN ACCESS AREA: (SITES PA1-PA9, PA GROUP, PA OVERFLOW, PRINCESS ANN SHELTER) 2819 Princess Ann Rd. Orrum, NC 28369 From I-95 take Exit 13. Travel US 74 East 11 miles. Turn right onto Creek Road. Travel 2 miles on Creek Road to Orrum. Continue straight on Creek Road for 3 miles below Orrum. Take first left below Orrum onto Princess Ann Road. Travel 2 miles on Princess Ann Road, the park is on the left. From US 74 West, cross Lumber River into Robeson County. Turn left onto NC 130 West. Travel 2 miles. Take first left onto Creek Road at Orrum. Follow above directions to park. From NC 904, turn onto Fair Bluff Road. Take first right onto Barnesville Road. Take first right onto Edwards Road. Travel 2 miles to park on right. DRIVING TO CHALK BANKS ACCESS AREA: (SITES CB1-CB14, CB GROUP) 26040 Wagram Rd. Wagram, NC 28396 From the intersection of US 74 and Hwy 401 Bypass in Laurinburg travel 13.0 miles on Hwy 401 North to the Chalk Banks Access Area entrance. The entrance is on the left. From the intersection of Hwy 211 and Hwy 401 Bypass in Raeford travel 10.0 miles on Hwy 401 South to the Chalk Banks Access Area entrance. The entrance is on the right.Booking Window Product InfoFee Cancellation DescFor more information on Cancellation Policies, click here

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