Adventures abound in South Carolina all the way from the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains to the sparkling waters of the Atlantic Ocean. And while the mountains and the coast are both epic places to explore, there are endless ways to have fun in the other areas of the Palmetto State, too. Sesquicentennial State Park, for example, is centrally located just 11 miles from the state capital and makes a great day trip destination from anywhere in the state. It’s also one of the most underrated state parks in the system.
With so many ways to enjoy Sesquicentennial State Park, you’ll be planning a new adventure in no time!
Note: dogs using the dog park must obtain a permit from the park office, including a photo ID. The park is open year-round. For hours of operation, park entry fee, and more information in general, visit the park’s website.
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