Explore South Carolina’s Watery Western Border At This Underrated State Park

It’s reasonable to accept that when most people think of a water-bound border in the Palmetto State the Atlantic Ocean making up the state’s eastern border is a prime and very obvious choice. The beach and the ocean may be the go-to location for relaxation and fun, but the state has another water-obliged border, too. The entire western border of our state is also bound by water and there is an underrated state park in South Carolina that’s a perfect spot to explore our other watery border.

Check out Sadlers Creek State Park on the web to make camping reservations and more. After just one visit you may wholeheartedly agree this just may be the most underrated state park in South Carolina!

While you’re in the neighborhood, take a short 15-mile drive over to Anderson to check out this one-of-a-kind bookstore in South Carolina!

Address: Sadlers Creek State Park, 940 Sadlers Creek Rd, Anderson, SC 29626, USA