Sedalia Campground, Sumter National Forest, Enoree Ranger District. Sedalia is a primitive campground that has designated campsites in open areas surrounded by woods. Four single-family campsites and one group site are open year-round, fourteen day stay limit is in effect.
Sedalia Campground, Seasonal Campsites; An additional camping loop is open for big game deer and turkey seasons which offers five more single family campsites and two group campsites from $5/night, $50/calendar month, $150/season for single family campsites and $10/night, $100/calendar month, and $300/big game deer season for the group campsites.
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At a Glance
||The seasonal loop of Sedalia opened for fall deer season Sept. 9, 2016.
||Single family sites: $5/night Year round. $50/calendar month, September – December, and the month of April. $150/Season, September – December Group sites: $10/night, $100/calendar month, and $300/big game deer season
||A valid South Carolina fishing license is required to fish on the national forests.
||Each campground has a self-service pay station.
||Enoree Passage of the Palmetto Trail, Sedalia Trailhead (Lat 34 37 52 / Long 81 44 11) is the northern most parking area of the Enoree Passage within Sumter National Forest. Trail enthusiasts can hop on the Enoree Passage of the Palmetto Trail and hike the 35 mile passage to the southernmost tip of district. Parking area is free and allows for overnight and long-term parking for users while out on the trail. For a trail map of the Enoree Passage of the Palmetto Trail please click on this link to: Enoree Passage – Palmetto Conservation Foundation
Sedalia Campground, Union County- From Junction Highway 49 & Hwy. 176:
At intersection of Highway 49 and 176, drive west on Hwy. 49, 8 miles. Turn left, south onto 44-481, Bombing Range Road, and drive 1.9 miles. Sedalia Campground entrance is on the left side of the road.
The Enoree and Tyger Rivers offer boaters and anglers several boat ramps and access points to; hone their paddling skills, fishing skills or fishing stories, and nature watching skills. Visitors can choose between a social or solitude experience, bring a friend or a group, and your equipment. Visitors interested in nature watching will see a variety of birds including red-shouldered hawks, great blue herons, ospreys, wood ducks, barred owls and possibly the American bald eagle. Anglers can enjoy fishing for catfish, small mouth bass and shellcrackers from land or water. Johns Creek Lake Complex; (Johns Creek Lake Complex, Lat 34 37 01 / Long 81 55 01. The complex is comprised of four small lakes; Johns Creek Lake, Sedalia Lake, Wildcat Lake and Macedonia Lake. All lakes are managed for recreational fishing and anglers can catch a variety of fish such as shellcracker and catfish. All lakes allow boats, except Johns Creek Lake, but only electric motors may be operated. Johns Creek Lake is handicap accessible and includes a fishing gazebo and restroom. Visit our website for driving directions and fishing regulations and catch limits.