Situated on a peninsula in the Little Pee Dee River, this is one of those places which could look really nice with a little work. When you enter this location you are surrounded with Cypress Trees and Spanish Moss. Unfortunately, past users have not been kind to the place, leaving litter all around. There is a picnic shelter overlooking the river, but all of the tables and benches have been destroyed by vandals.
This park in the eastern sandhills region has a variety of trees, plant life, and a nature trail which leads to a beaver pond. Several picnic areas and two playgrounds overlook a larger pond at the center of the park, with a developed campground nearby.
Directly adjacent to the north end of Little Pee Dee State Park is this Heritage Preserve which features a medium-sized Carolina Bay and a sand ridge. The sand rim occurs on the southeast and eastern edges of the bay.