Lumber River Lumber River Campground and Trail Ride was established in 2000 by the
Williamson family. Nestled on sixty acres of pristine countryside, next
to the scenic Lumber River in Columbus County, Lumber River Campground
is an excellent get-away destination for the horse or nature enthusiast!
We have nightly, weekly, monthly, and yearly rates.
Lake Waccamaw offers four primitive group
camping areas nestled beneath the trees. Picnic tables, fire circles
and charcoal grills are located in the sites and pit toilets are located
nearby. Please be aware that these are hike-in campsites that do not
have water or electricity onsite. All campers must check-in at the
visitor center or with a ranger before occupying a campsite and must
display a parking pass for overnight parking in the parking area.
A visit to Lake Waccamaw State Park unveils one of the most unique
bodies of water in the world and one of the greatest geological
mysteries—the phenomenon of Carolina Bays with species of aquatic life
found nowhere else. A 700-foot boardwalk reaching into the shallow,
tea-colored water accommodates wildlife viewing and fishing, and more
than seven miles of trails allow hikers to explore multiple ecosystems
and rare plants. Fifty-two species of game and non-game fish are at home
in Lake Waccamaw. Camping is primitive at four hike-in group sites, and
a boat ramp allows lake access for paddlers and small boats. A visitor
center with exhibit hall and free interpretive programs explore the
region’s diverse natural and cultural history. This link points to there website