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Sesquicentennial State Park, Columbia
(3.8/5 based on 100+ reviews on the web)
Sesquicentennial State Park is a state park in the Sandhills region of South Carolina. Located in the suburbs of the state capital, Columbia, Sesquicentennial State Park's 1419acre include a 30acre lake. Sesquicentennial State Park also includes many hiking trails, meeting facilities, a dorm, a ropes course, and a dog park.HistoryThe park was donated in 1937 by the Sesquicentennial Commission. Many of the buildings in Sesquicentennial State Park, as well as the stone entrance to the park, were built by members of the Civilian Conservation Corps.
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  • Sesquicentennial state Park is a close by go-to for a long weekend for us. It's always seems clean and the rates are perfect. There's much we like to do in the Columbia area and great places to eat. O...  more »
  • I'm glad we only made a one night reservation here on a long trip. Driving along the main road into the camping area was fine. As soon as we turned off paved roads, the camping area was quite a bumpy ...  more »
  • The trails are very nice and the pond is a nice place to kayak. Sometimes it gets overwhelmed by school visits but even then you can hike out a bit and get some peace and quiet. Cheap price for senior...  more »
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  • Gorgeous lake. Campsites are underwhelming for RVs but has all the essential hook ups. There is no lake side or waterfront campsites. The Rangers were helpful and attentive. It seemed to be the slow time of the year, so the campsites were quiet and well-maintained. Great place to bike, hike, and explore nature. Great stay. Looking forward to visiting again.
  • Very nice and clean state park. Fee is little high, but it's good if you get the yearly pass. Nice pond, boats available for rent. Nice trails for walking, hiking. Also a very nice bike trail. Good place for camping.
  • Sequi is a great park with plenty to offer. There is a small lake surrounded by playgrounds and picnic areas for the family to enjoy. There is a dog park by the log cabin and hiking trails run throughout the park.
  • Although the price has gone up the park is still a very nice place to go with its wonderful trails, areas for the kids, and areas to relax. Enjoy many different types of activities here including the splash pad! Well maintained.
  • Very nice park. Stopped here briefly on a trip to Charlotte. Returning soon for a more in depth stay.