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Cypress trees at Singletary Lake State Park
Current status of park facilities   

Trails and restrooms are open. The park office remains closed. All group camp facilities remain closed.

 Last updated on: Monday, October 5, 2020


Map of North Carolina – Singletary Lake State Park


Contact the park
 

910-669-2928

singletary.lake@ncparks.gov
 

Address
 

Park office

6707 N.C. 53 E.
Kelly, NC 28448

GPS: 34.5831, -78.4496
 

Hours
 

  • Year-round:
    8:00am to 5:00pm
     
  • Closed Christmas Day
     
  • Public access is limited to hiking, fishing, and private watercraft. Swimming is available for group campers only.
     

 

 

 

List of trails

Flat terrain offers an easy exploration of North Carolina's bay lakes with plenty of opportunities for environmental education. 

 


Bay Tree Lake State Natural Area Trails
Location: Bay Tree State Natural Area/Hwy 41/Bladen County

Description:

Bay Tree Lake State Natural Area encompasses 620 acres of Longleaf pine forest, Carolina bay, and xeric sandhill upland that features turkey oak, bluejack oak, and southern magnolia.  An undeveloped parking area is located off Hwy 41 approximately 3.5 miles east of NC 701 at White Lake. This area features sizable populations of eastern fox squirrel and American black bear among the more common species such as gray squirrel, white-tailed deer, cottontail rabbit, bobcat, coyote, river otter, and beaver.  Birders will find a variety of species both indigenous to the forest and the lakeshore.  Hikers are cautioned that trails may feature venomous snake species to include Southern copperhead, cottonmouth moccasin, pygmy, and canebrake rattlesnakes.  Those who desire to access the 1485-acre Bay Tree Lake with four-wheel-drive vehicles to canoe or kayak may register to do so by calling the park office during weekday business hours at (910) 669-2928.


Surface: natural surface

Length:
4.90 miles
Difficulty:
moderate hike
Blaze:
White Hiking Markers/Trail Signs

CCC Loop Trail
Location: Begins near the pier at the lakeshore

Description:

Journey through a forest of bay shrubs, cedar, cypress, gum and poplars. The return segment of the trail takes you through a forest of longleaf pine and bay vegetation.


Surface: natural surface, gravel, paved

Length:
1.00 miles
loop
Difficulty:
easy hike
Blaze:
orange triangle