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Use caution at Anglin Mill Access   

Please use caution when visiting the Anglin Mill Access.  Due to recent heavy rains, part of Old Anglin Loop Road, between the Boiling Hole Rapid and the Anglin Mill Road Bridge has washed out.  

 Last updated on: Friday, May 22, 2020

Mayo Mountain Access is open   

Trails and restrooms are open. The picnic shelter, picnic tables, and group campground are still closed until further notice.

 Last updated on: Friday, May 22, 2020


Map of North Carolina – Mayo River State Park


Contact the park
 

336-427-2530

mayo.river@ncparks.gov
 

Addresses
 

Mayo Mountain access
and park office

500 Old Mayo Park Road
Mayodan, NC 27027

GPS: 36.4391, -79.9475
 

Deshazo Mill access

113 Deshazo Road
(off of Anglin Mill Road)
Stoneville, NC 27048

GPS: 36.5362, -79.9940

 

Anglin Mill access

Old Anglin Road/Mayo Beach Road
(off of Anglin Mill Road)
Stoneville, NC 27048

GPS: 36.5296, -79.9894
 

Hickory Creek access

Tyne Road
(off of Bennet Road)
Stoneville, NC 27048

GPS: 36.5093, -79.9984

 

Mayodan access

N.C. 135
(at Cedar Mountain Road)
Mayodan, NC 27027

GPS: 36.4073, -79.9650

 


Hours
 

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  • November to February:
    8:00am to 6:00pm
     
  • March to April:
    8:00am to 8:00pm
     
  • May to August:
    8:00am to 9:00pm
     
  • September to October:
    8:00am to 8:00pm
     
  • Closed Christmas Day
     

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  • Monday to Friday:
    8:00am to 5:00pm
     
  • Closed state holidays
     

 

 

 

Additional information

There are no entrance fees to enjoy the park. In addition to park-specific rules, please read the systemwide Park Rules for all North Carolina State Parks.

Permits

Event permits. Some events—such as weddings, athletic contests, company parties, etc.—may require a Special Activity Permit. If you're unsure whether such a permit is necessary for your event, call the park office beforehand. You can download a Special Activity Permit application or obtain one from the park office.

Research and collection permits. A permit is required for any project involving the collection, removal or disturbance of any natural or cultural resource of any state park unit and for projects that require placing monitoring equipment in any state park unit. Learn more about research and collection permits or fill out a permit application online.

 

A $25 fee will be charged for all returned checks.