Sedalia Campground is located in South Carolina's Sumter National Forest and provides year-round camping opportunities. It is surrounded by a mixed pine-hardwood forest and features rolling terrain, multiple rivers and lakes for fishing and boating, and hiking trails for the outdoor enthusiast. There is no electricity, wifi or hookups, and camping facilities are limited to primitive sites with vault toilets, fire rings, and water spigots. It is a great destination for those looking to explore nature with many nearby attractions such as the Union County Historical Museum and the Cross Keys House.
Sedalia Campground is located on the Enoree Ranger District of Sumter National Forest. It's location in the piedmont of South Carolina, Union County and provides year round camping opportunities. The campground is surrounded by a mixed pine-hardwood forest with an elevation of approximately 570 feet. Long hot summers and mild winters are the norm for the Enoree Raanger District. Winter temperatures range from low 40's to upper 60's degrees and summer temperatures range from muggy high 80's to high 90's. Sedalia offers five year round primitive campsites and an additional seven seasonal campsites during big game deer and turkey seasons. Sedalia is also a trailhead access point to the Enoree Passage of the Palmetto Trail.
Sedalia Seasonal Camp offers a rustic primitive camp setting ideal for exploring the surrounding acres of the Enoree Ranger District of the Sumter National Forest. Hunting, fishing, boating and hiking opportunities abound.
The surrounding forest environment sustains abundant wildlife populations, making it one of the most desirable hunting areas in the state for big-game deer and turkey seasons. Sedalia Campground is centrally located and has thousands of acres surrounding where hunters can try their luck at bagging a deer or turkey during big game hunting seasons. Hunting and fishing in South Carolina is regulated by the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources. Visit www.dnr.sc.gov for more about the SCDNR.
With the campground centrally located to the Enoree and Tyger Rivers it provides a great opportunity for boating, fishing or just splashing around to cool down. (Caution: Water levels fluctuate with the rainfall and rivers have a slight current. During late summer months the rivers become impassable. Checkout our forest website on boating information).
The Enoree Passage of the Palmetto Trail which is part of the Statewide Mountain to the sea trail which traverses across South Carolina with many passages already built and open. The Trail offers an easy to moderate hiking opportunity across the Enoree district.
The campground has one vault toilet , rock fire rings, trash receptable, and one water spigot that is near the entrance to the campground. The campground doesn't provide picnic tables, electricity, no hookups, no wifi and cell coverage is sporadic. Campsites vary in size but many will accommodate most any size RV's, trailers and tents. Campsites consist of a shady grassy area with a rock fire ring.
There is a minimum of one person and a maximum of eight people allowed per site. There is a minimum of one vehicle plus camper with a maximum of two vehicles plus two campers or two tents or one camper and one tent per site if the site will accommodate them. Many of these sites will only accommodate one vehicle with one camper. Golf carts are not allowed.
Sedalia campground features rolling terrain and mixed forests in its vicinity. The Tyger River runs across the landscape about a mile north of Sedalia and the Enoree River running south of Sedalia. Three man made lakes combine to make up the Johns Creek Lake Complex just south west of Sedalia Campground and provide fishing opportunities.