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sesquicentennial state park
Sesquicentennial state park: This state park is located just a few minutes from Columbia’s downtown. You can kayak, paddle, or SUP along the 30-acre lake. Or, you can rent a boat from the park for a season.
The park allows private boats to use the lake. On a seasonal basis, you can rent a kayak, canoe, or stand-up paddleboard. Park entrance fees apply. For more information on boat rentals and entrance fees, visit the Sesquicentennial state park website.
The park offers many recreational opportunities, including camping, hiking, fishing and picnicking.
The Sesquicentennial State Park Campground offers 84 campsites, aka “Sesqui”, with water and electric hookups. It is situated near Columbia in the Sandhills region. The campsites can be used for tents, RVs, and trailers (from 30 to 35 feet). Every campsite has water and electric hookups, a table with a fire ring, a grate, and a fire ring. Four campsites offer tent pads. You can also opt for primitive group camping.
The campground amenities include water, flush toilets, and a dump station. A playground, park store/gift shop and softball field are all available. Wifi is not provided.