Located in Bladen County 50 miles northwest of Wilmington, Singletary Lake State Park was developed as a group camp but has expanded public access for hiking, fishing, and paddling. The trademark camps provide a unique experience for organized groups to united in work and play in the midst of the distinct Carolina bay environment, complete with dormitory-style cabins, a mess hall, and a 500-foot pier for swimming. The park office also managed limited access to nearby White Lake and Bay Tree Lake.
- Vacation cabin (accommodates up to 11 people)
Activities for day-use
- Hiking (1 mile)
Two group camps — one that can accommodate up to 84 people and the other up to 48 people — include a mess hall, campers' cabins; restrooms; basketball goal; volleyball net; horseshoe pit; group-sized charcoal grill; and picnic tables. The pier is open for swimming for group campers only.
The park is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. year-round.
Public access is limited to hiking, fishing, and paddling (must bring your own watercraft).
Swimming is available for group campers only.