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Olde 96 Region
Hamilton Branch State Park
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Carolina Wren
111 Campground RD
Plum Branch, South Carolina   29845

Phone: 864-333-2223
Reservations: 864-333-2223
Hamilton Branch is located in the western Piedmont of South Carolina on Strom Thurmond Lake, a popular fishing, boating and water recreation destination.

The park covers an entire 731-acre peninsula that provides ample shoreline for fishing. It's also the reason why most of the park's campsites are lakefront and spacious.

The park's rolling terrain supports a variety of wildlife and provides an excellent setting in which to see the natural beauty of the Savannah Valley region.
South Carolina offers a variety of Park Passports. You can read more about the South Carolina Park Passports and order online by visiting the SOUTH CAROLINA PARK PASSPORTS web page.
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Hamilton Branch State Park is located near Augusta, Evans and North Augusta

Three picnic shelters are available for family or other group gatherings. Each shelter may be reserved for $30-38/day.

If shelters are not reserved, guests may use shelters on a first-come, first-served basis at no charge.

To make a picnic shelter reservation, call toll-free 1-866-345-PARK.

On February 23 you?ll also be able to make reservations through this website.

Visitor Comments, Memories and Reviews
June 29 needs updating by Lamar
the park was terrible with no drive through sites. some of the bathrooms were dirty,and very outdated . I have stayed at many parks,and I want go back to this one.
July 3
great place we camp here every year.. and take our dog
June 20 We go every weekend we can by Patience Wingate
Hamilton Branch is the State Park of our choice. My Partner and I will drive up just for the day with our two dogs Sadie and Lily just to get onto a raft and float in the water. We rent three to four spots all beside one another at least twice every summer and invite all of our closes friends to come spend the weekend camping with us. We absolutly love it. I hope you will too.
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General Directions: Twelve miles south of McCormick on US 221.

Driving Directions: From Columbia: take Hwy. 1 S. to Batesburg-Leesville, then take Hwy. 23 towards Johnston, Edgefield and Modoc. Hwy. 23 ends at Hwy 221 and Hwy 28. Go N. on Hwy 221 and look for park signs.

South Carolina

South Carolina State Parks