The Mayo River State Park’s interim facility, Mayo Mountain Access, opened to the public on April 1, 2010. Located at the site are a park office/visitor contact station, picnic shelter with grills (accommodates up to 100 and may be reserved), three individual picnic pads each with table and grill, .5-mile loop hiking trail, 1.8-mile loop hiking trail, restrooms, fishing in the ponds (N.C. fishing license required and posted creel limits apply), and a maintenance facility.
Park staff is available to provide outreach environmental education programs and will be hosting volunteer workdays. For more information, please contact the park office.
At this time, there is no public river access managed by Mayo River State Park. For more information on paddling opportunities, visit the websites for Dan River Basin Association (DRBA) or Rockingham County.