Gilland Memorial Park
Gilland Memorial Park is located in Kingstree along the banks of the Black River. The Black River is free-flowing through undisturbed swamp forest. Low water levels provide white sandbars amid the inky black water which is produced by tannins leaching from leaves. The undeveloped land provides a home for endangered species such as the herb American chaffseed and the raptor swallow-tailed kite. There are several access points in Georgetown and Williamsburg Counties, including the naturally beautiful Gilland Memorial Park in Kingstree.
Gilland Memorial Park is open daily, dawn to dusk. It features a one lane boat ramp, picnic shelter, playground, and paved parking for vehicle/trailers.
Showcased as a stop on The Pee Dee Tour, Kellahan Park sits at the corners of Academy and Kelly Streets in Kingstree. It boasts the interactive display marker commemorating the historic Battle of Kingstree making it a well-known destination for many people from all over.
The park is surrounded by fence and holds a beautiful center fountain, wooden gazebo, and several swing sets for small children to enjoy.
Kellahan Park is open during the daylight hours 7 days a week.
Nestled in the heart of downtown Kingstree, Welch Park is the home of downtown Pig Pickin’ Festivities.
Welch Park is also the location of the Mayor’s Christmas Tree.
Black River Landing
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