Campground
Myron C.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Aug. 31, 2021

Primitive Camping Close to Hunting

If you want to get away from civilization, this might be the place to camp. However, it is beside a road, but the road is not used very much since it is a national forest road. 

I was glad to see that it had running water and one of the cleanest pit toilets I think I have ever seen. The Palmetto Trail runs through it, so if you are thru-hiking, this would be a good place to camp for the night. I was at campsite 5, which was the one farthest from the road, and I could tell it was the most popular. I picked up a small bag of trash left by previous campers before setting up. There are trash receptacles nearby, but alas, some people leave their trash at the campsite anyway. 

There is a spacious grassy area in the middle of the campsites for whatever activities you want to engage in. There is also a large, separate grassy area for group camping. It includes a communal fire pit. 

Overall, it is a great area for primitive camping and for dry camping if you are in a small RV.

  • There is poison ivy around the campsite, so be careful.
  • The Palmetto Trail goes through Sedalia Campground.
  • Campsite 2
  • Other Campsites along the Tree Line
  • Trash receptacles are close
  • Set up at Campsite 5
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