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I reccomend this place for a small get away in the middle of the Metro Columbia SC! its a natural oasis with in the hustle and bustle of the city! great hikes nice lake for Kayaking and a splash pad for kids plenty of picnic...More
We spend almost 4 hours of fun here. entrance cost %5 per adult, kids up to 5 are free. Plenty of parking. Be sure to bring plenty of water as there aren’t too many water fountains to refill your bottles (one location is the splash...More
We needed some calm waters to try out our new kayak. This little lake was perfect! We had a great time and help was accessible at all times. We followed it up with a refreshing trip to the splash pad. For two adults and a...More
Chose this place b/c close to the city so we could attend a seminar this week. As other reviews it’s about the same with dirt/gravel roads and uneven sites for many. Splash pad was a deciding factor but did not realize it’s open to public...More
We booked two nights (minimum), traveling with a 36 ft. class A and a toad. The park itself is quite lovely, but the campground is not in any way the class act that other SC parks we've visited are. Clearances are very tight, the roads...More
While the park itself is beautiful, everything humans have changed for camping is in really bad shape. From the tight, potholed gravel roads to the very unlevel sites to the terrible state of the bathhouse, this park is seriously in need of repair.
In town for a short visit and decided to check out the park. Very pretty and clean. My only complaint is that they only give South Carolina national guard free admission. My active duty son who was visiting from overseas was charged entry. The attendant...More
We were visiting after attending graduation at Ft. Jackson. It was a beautiful spring day. The dogwoods are blooming now. Enjoyed watching the ducks and geese as well as the kayakers. There is a lovely bridge and stream. Just such a peaceful location. I hope...More
This is an older park in the SC Park System, but one dear to the hearts of those who grew up with it. Our first encounter was a quick one with no overnight stay. We have since stayed 3 or 4 times. I am here...More
I grew up coming to Sesqi Park. As a kid the lake was open to swim and that’s where I learned to swim! I still love to come to Sesqi to walk and enjoy nature or have a picnic and just relax. In the summer...More
There are spots that could handle almost anything. The roads are pretty bad and a lot of sites are not very level but I still like it there. Your best bet is to call the ranger directly at the park. They are always helpful... More
There are spots that could handle almost anything. The roads are pretty bad and a lot of sites are not very level but I still like it there. Your best bet is to call the ranger directly at the park. They are always helpful and can help you reserve a site that works.
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It was actually quite quiet for its location. I live 15 mins from the park and visit the day use area often as I have little kids. The bathrooms are typical old as heck state park brown paint units. Served purpose ok. I was... More
It was actually quite quiet for its location. I live 15 mins from the park and visit the day use area often as I have little kids. The bathrooms are typical old as heck state park brown paint units. Served purpose ok. I was surprised when we camped that one of the shower stalls was not in service. What size rig do you have? I feel the best sites are 67 and 68. Both are level an gravel. Both can be reserved via website. 68 does have a longer driveway if your rig is long. All other sites are dirt/sand and change due to rain and erosion. Hope this helps. It is a nice place, we will try camping there again once it gets cold. Hopefully it will help with the ticks.