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sesquicentennial state park trails
Sesquicentennial state park trails: The sesquicentennial state park was established in honor of the 150th anniversary of Columbia. It is a green oasis in the middle of Columbia, SC. There are miles of trails and bike trails that run through the park, as well as picnic shelters for camping, fishing, canoeing, etc.
The TRACK Trail at Sesqui starts near the lake’s edge near the Visitor Center and runs 2.2 miles around the pond. The brochures can be used by visitors to learn more about the trees, birds, and ferns, as well as to locate other hidden treasures in the woods.
Sesquicentennial State Park charges $6 admission for adults, $3.75 for seniors 65+, and $3.50 per child 6-15. Children 5 and under are free.
Nature’s Hide & Seek brochure was created so that children of all ages can follow the trail and find common things often overlooked in nature. Some are difficult to find, while others are simple. The best part is that you’ll find new things in nature every time you go on the trail.
Finding Ferns is an exciting and challenging adventure. To find the most ferns possible, follow the clues and illustrations. To find all of them, you’ll need to be a nature detective.