Sadlers Creek State Recreation Area - South Carolina

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Park Overview

Outdoor recreation and wildlife observation are popular activities at Sadlers Creek, which sits on a peninsula extending into Lake Hartwell.

The park features a lakeside campground, fishing, picnicking, hiking, meeting facility and boat access to the 56,000 acres of Lake Hartwell, one of the big Savannah River reservoirs.

Its tranquil surroundings and convenient proximity to I-85 make it a great stop for travelers and area residents alike. The park also offers easy access to the Savannah River National Scenic Highway.

General Information

Counties: Anderson - Acreage: 395 - When and How PRT Acquired: Leased in 1966 from the U.S. Corps of Engineers - Pets: Pets are allowed in most outdoor areas provided they are kept under physical restraint or on a leash not longer than six feet. - Pay Phone on Site: Yes


Driving Directions:

From I-85 N and S: Take exit 14 onto Hwy 187 S. for 14 miles turn rt. onto Sadlers Creek Rd. Park is 1.1 mi off Hwy. 187.

Miles To:

Charleston, SC: 230 - Columbia, SC: 130 - Florence, SC: 210 - Greenville, SC: 42 - Charlotte, NC: 130 - Raleigh, NC: 280 - Atlanta, GA: 125 - Augusta, GA: 90

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