Please join us to Celebrate the end of another great PAC sports year!
Date: May 29, 2018
Location: Sesquecentennial State Park-Shelter 2
Address: 9564 Two Notch Rd, Columbia, SC 29223
You will have to pay ADMISSION to get into the park
$5 adults; $3.25 SC seniors (age 65 & older); $3 children ages 6-15; ages 5 and under, free.
As always PAC will provide the hamburgers and hotdogs. Everyone is asked to bring a 2L drink (Soda, Lemonade, Tea, Water), and a side dish or dessert. Please sign up below and list what you will be bringing.
Dinner will be served at 5:30-6:30
Senior Recognition 6:30
There are many things to do at the park:
- Fishing Information: Enjoy fishing for bass and bream in the 30-acre park lake. A valid South Carolina fishing license is required. You may also view the Sesquicentennial Fishing Regulations.
- Boating and Boat Access: Private boats with electric trolling motors, canoes and other non-motorized boats are allowed on the park's 30-acre lake. Boat access to the lake is available at a drop off area. No boat ramp is available. Boater access is only available by foot. Users must carry all boats to the lake to launch.
- Canoe/Kayak Rentals: Canoes and kayaks are available for rent on a seasonal basis. Rentals include life jackets and paddles. Fees for rentals are $5/hour or $15/day.
- Pedal Boat Rentals: Pedal boats are available for rent on a seasonal basis. Rentals include life jackets and paddles. Fees for rentals are $10/hour.
- Playground: Two playgrounds are located within the picnic area of the park.
- Geocaching: Geocaching is permitted. Several geocaches are located on the park. For more information visit the official geocaching website.
- Other Facilities and Activities: Stand up paddleboards (SUPs) are available for rent for $10/hour, daily, Apr. through Oct. from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. You must be 18 years old to rent them or accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.
- A sand volleyball court, a softball field and a dog park are all located on the park for visitor use.
- Splash Pad: New for the 2016 season, this water attraction is the perfect place to cool off during the hot summer months. The splash pad has 26 sprayers, including one as high as 10 feet. Entry is included with park admission.
- Hiking Trails: The two hiking trails on the park include the Loop Road Trail (3.5-miles) and the Sandhills Hiking Trail (1.9 miles).
- Walking/Nature Trails: The Jackson Creek Nature Trail is 0.4 miles in length.
- Biking Trails: Mountain Bike Trail (6.1 miles)
For information on all of our trails, download and print our trail map and brochure
2:00pm - 8:00pm EDT
Sesquicentennial State Park
|| Jennifer Aurednik