Barnwell State Park
223 State Park Road
Blackville, SC 29817
State Park known for fishing, camping and cabins
Acquired in 1937, Barnwell State Park is a 307-acre park originally constructed by the Civilian Conservation Corps, a public works program set up in the 1930s by President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s New Deal. Examples of its work can be seen at the spillway, picnic shelters and the lower lake. Known for its fishing and large meeting facility, Barnwell State Park features five vacation cabins, a 25-site camping area and a nature trail. A large playground and picnic shelters are also available.