Sadlers Creek State Park covers a total area of 395 acres of land on a peninsula that abuts the Savannah River reservoir through Lake Hartwell which is in the park. The Park is also located close to Anderson town which is in Anderson County, South Carolina. You can get to the park using the I-85 N & S by taking Exit 14 onto Highway 187-S and driving about 14 miles before turning right onto Sadlers Creek Rd. Park which is about one mile off Highway 187.
When you get to the park, you will find accommodating access to the 56,000-acre Lake Hartwell which abuts the park through a peninsula that juts into the lake. Besides the lake, which is the main central attraction to the park, there are several other facilities or amenities that you will find at the park including five organized youth group camping areas (can accommodate 30 to 50 youth), 14 camping tent sites, two picnic shelters for group gatherings, a lakeside Pavilion (can accommodate up to 150 people), a 0.3-mile nature trail, and six miles of bike and hiking trails.
These facilities allow visitors to enjoy several recreational activities like fishing, bird watching, geocaching, camping, picnicking, boating, hiking, swimming, and biking. If you have a dog, you can bring them into the park, but you will need to adhere to strict park rules for your convenience and for everyone else’s safety. Some of the main rules to observe include the following.
You must keep your dog well-behaved by preventing your dog from making too much noise, or from harassing or disturbing other wildlife within the park. Furthermore, you must keep your dog on a leash no longer than six feet long or always keep your dog within a secure enclosure. All dogs must also be under the immediate control of their owner when outdoors.