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Loop 1 in our campground is closed for upgrade to 50 amp service, and Loop 3 is closed for the winter.  Loop 2 remains open to campers and reservations.  We apologize for the inconvenience. 

Timber cutting in the park began on February 2, 2021.  Please be aware there may be noise in the park from the timber cutting, equipment and other inconveniences.  Also, most trails will be closed through May 15, due to trees being cut. We apologize for the inconvenience.  If you have any questions please contact the park directly via phone or email.

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Sunrise to sunset, daily


4-5 p.m., daily

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$3 adults; $1.50 SC seniors; $1 children age 6-15; age 5 & younger free

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Pets are allowed in most outdoor areas provided they are kept under physical restraint or on a leash not longer than six feet. Owners will be asked to remove noisy or dangerous pets or pets that threaten or harass wildlife.

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Sadlers Creek State Park



Biking Trail

Length: 6 miles

Type: Mountain Biking Trail


Description: To access this well groomed, mostly level, dirt and pine needle covered, beginners mountain biking trail, go behind the post and rail fence at the kiosk. Follow the orange markers as you wind and zig­zag on single track through hardwood and pine forest. You will see beautiful lake vistas, especially in winter, as well as deer, squirrels, chipmunks, snakes, chickadees, and a variety of other birds and wildlife. When you exit the woods at a playing field, turn right, stop at the sign, and cross the road before continuing on the more hilly sections. Watch for occasional low branches, downed trees, and unexpected roots and bumps.

Pine Grove Trail 

Length: 0.6 mile loop

Difficulty: Easy

Description: At the kiosk near the pavilion, begin this short, easy walking, foot traffic only, dirt trail. After a short walk, you will come to a fork. Stay to the left and you will cross a paved park road and circle down hill to the lake. As you pass near the lake, you may see an assortment of birds, deer, snakes and other wildlife. You will cross the paved road again and then pass through a hardwood and pine forest where you will return to the start.  


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