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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
     

 

 

 

Future development

The North Carolina Division of Parks and Recreation is currently working on a master plan for Mayo River State Park. Please check this page for updates on the planning process.


Link to master plan »


The North Carolina Division of Parks and Recreation is preparing a Master Plan for Mayo River State Park in Rockingham County.

This planning effort will focus on the park property encompassing approximately 2,500 acres. The property is linear in nature (16 miles of river corridor) and not contiguous; this will be a focus of the master plan. The plan will look at the needs of the park and the opportunities and constraints of the properties, and it will make recommendations for the future of the park.

In addition to the documentation and planning process, a public involvement process will allow input from local communities, stakeholders and the general public. At the culmination of the planning process, the final planning document will be prepared, and it will set the direction for improvements to Mayo River State Park for the next 20 years.