Please note that lake levels on nearly all North Carolina bay lakes are low at this time due to the recent drought. White Lake, as of June 14, 2019, is slightly above its culvert level of 63'6" (above sea level), presently at 63'7." White Lake, like other bay lakes, is nearly entirely dependant upon rainfall. The lake's culvert was built in 1993. Nothing has been done to lower water levels, the present level is simply the result of lack of rain. Boaters should excercise caution with fixed-propeller vessels while operating inside of established no wake buoys and poles. Lake levels are expected to continue to rise as precipitation continues.Last updated on: Friday, June 14, 2019
Special explorations of Singletary Lake State Park can be arranged for your group or class. Requests for these park programs must be made in writing at least four weeks in advance of the anticipated park visit. Contact the park office for program request forms.
Educational materials about Singletary Lake State Park have been developed for grades 6-8 and are correlated to North Carolina's competency-based curriculum in science, social studies, mathematics and English/language arts. The Singletary Lake program introduces students to the unique geology of Carolina bays. Accompanying the program is a teacher's booklet and workshop, free of charge to educators.
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6707 N.C. 53 E.
Kelly, NC 28448
GPS: 34.5831, -78.4496
8am - 5pm daily
Closed Christmas Day
Public access is limited to hiking, fishing and private watercraft. Swimming is available for group campers only.