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Sesquicentennial State Park
9564 Two Notch Rd, Columbia, South Carolina 29223
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From I-20: Take exit 74. Turn left onto Hwy 1 (Two Notch Rd.), travel N 3 mi, park will be on the right. From I-77: Take exit 17. Go N. on Hwy 1 (Two Notch Rd.), for 2 mi. Park will be on the right. (turn left if traveling I-77 Southbound turn left onto Hwy 1; or turn right if traveling I-77 northbound)
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84 RV Sites, 84 Tent Sites, 5 Group Sites, 84 Electric and Water, 84 30 Amps, 14 Pull Thru
$19.00 - $30.00
Facilities & Services
Bathhouse / Restrooms, Dump Station, Hot Showers
Biking, Canoeing, Dog Park, Fishing, Hiking, Kayaking, Playground
All Ages, Pet Restrictions
Max RV Length 50 ft
Primitive camping area can accommodate organized groups up to 50 campers.
Fee is $11-$13.50/10 campers; Rate increases by $5-$6.25 per additional 5 campers.
Max RV Length
Electric and Water
Firepit / Fire Ring
2017 Rates are per site
Daily Rates: $19.00 - $30.00
Facilities and Services
Bathhouse / Restrooms
Controlled Access Gate
Bass and Bream
Loop Road Trail (3.5-miles) and the Sandhills Hiking Trail (1.9 miles)
Pedal / Row Boating
Planned Group Activities
Fox, Bobcats, White-tailed Deer, Flying Squirrels, River Otters, Fox Squirrels and Owls
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Quiet, convenient, slightly dishevelled
June 15, 2018
Sites 22 and 32 might be the best. It's in the sand hills, so LOTS of sand tracking in. The whole campground just needs some more TLC. Sites are sandy, smallish, and not real level. We were here in June and it was blazing hot! Had to book a 2 night minimum, even though we only stayed one night, but were visiting relatives or would have moved on. Bathrooms are meh.
We stayed here in a Travel Trailer.
Nice state park, great campground
May 21, 2010
Really enjoyed our stay here. We came in the off season and the campground was mostly empty so we got to pick from most of the sites. We were surprised how good they were. There were sites for all types of RVs and tents. They were flat, gravel based, well spaced, each had individual fire rings and tables and some had hooks for lights.
The rangers were super friendly and did a drive by to ensure everything was OK. Showers were hot and the bathrooms, were clean.
Nice lake and playgrounds around the park too. We would recommend this for families and couples.
We stayed here in a Truck Camper.
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