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sesquicentennial state park campsite photos
Sesquicentennial state park campsite photos: The park covers 1,419 acres and is located in the middle of the Sandhills region. It features a 30-acre lake, surrounded by trails, picnic areas, and beautiful scenery.
Local residents and tourists alike love the park’s close proximity to Columbia, as well as three major interstate highways.
Sesqui is a popular spot for family reunions and group camping trips. The park is known for its interpretive nature programs.
A log house of two stories, dating back from the mid-1700s, is also found in the park. It was moved to the park in 1969. It is believed that this house is the oldest still standing building in Richland County.
In the 1930s, the Civilian Conservation Corps built the park. Their craftsmanship can still be seen today.
For groups of up to 50 people, a retreat center is available.
This center can be used both for day meetings and for a conference that requires overnight accommodation.
The center features a fully-equipped kitchen that can be used for cooking and baking.
The daily rental rate is $140-175
You can also stay in dormitory-style rooms that can accommodate up to 30 overnight guests.
Overnight guests are responsible for providing their own bedding and bath linens.
For more information or to reserve the retreat center, please contact the park directly.