Highlights include an accessible fishing pier and a boat ramp for non-motorized boats. The Lick Fork Lake Hiking Trail is an easy two mile loop surrounding the lake that provides scenic view of piedmont pines and hardwoods. Horn Creek Trail journeys away from the recreation area and allows hikers and bikers to explore more of the forest.
We currently have no water in the campground. We do not know when water will be restored. The vault toilets in the campground and over by the boat ramp are open and available.
$3 day use fee per vehicle, $7 per campsite per night, Self-serve fee station, Campsites are first come-first serve
A valid South Carolina fishing license is required to fish on the national forests.
May 1 - November 15
14-day limit on campsites, Shooting is not permitted within 300-yards of the recreation area. There are no lifeguards at Lick Fork Recreation Area. South Carolina fishing and boating regulations apply. Check out www.dnr.sc.gov.
Water available in day use area.
Flush toilets (vault toilets in campground)
Directions: From the square in downtown Edgefield, travel south on Hwy 23 for 8.3 miles. Bear left onto Hwy 230 and travel for .4 miles. Turn left onto Lick Fork Lake Road (S 19-263), and travel 1.9 miles. Entrance is on right.
Camping & Cabins
Fire rings available
No. of Sites
No. of Accessible sites
River and Stream Fishing
Picnic tables, lantern posts, paved parking, showers, information board, picnic shelters, garbage cans available