Sesquicentennial state park

Information about Sesquicentennial State Park

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A retreat center complete with a kitchen and overnight, dormitory-style accommodations make the park an ideal spot for family reunions and group gatherings. 3 picnic shelters, and 4 picnic pads are available for reservations as well. 84 standard RV or tent camping sites are also available to overnight guests. The park provides rental fishing boats, pedal boats, stand up paddle boards, kayak, and canoes, fishing access in the 30-acre park lake, and 4 trails providing over 12 miles of recreational access. The Sandhills Trail is an ADA accessible 2 mile loop around the park lake. The Bike Trail is 6. 5 miles of moderate sandy terrain with several changes in elevation. Sesqui is the only South Carolina State Park that offers a membership-only dog park to allow dogs to run off leash, and a full scale splash pad for splashing around during the famously hot Columbia summers. The park office offers a wide variety of retail options for firewood, ice, tshirts, and all sorts of novelty gifts not found anywhere else in the state's capital.