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    Quote Originally Posted by Junebugdawn View Post
    You're going to the right place. Chickenwing is pointing out that THIS thread is planning another hang to be somewhere closer to midstate and in the middle of the week. We are doing all the planning for the other one on the following thread. http://www.hammockforums.net/forum/s...=59159&page=15 Hope you can come to BOTH!
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    I was just checking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Junebugdawn View Post
    I was going to suggest this as an option as well. The reason I didn't was because it said the group site had a privy which I assumed was a pit toilet and not a flush toilet. If it has a toilet, I would definitely add this as one I would favor.
    I think it has a pit toilet it was but it was modern and clean and not smelly. It wasn't one of those that mean you have to brace yourself before entering.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ahhhgladius View Post
    chicken wing, i didnt see the parson mountail hang on your calendar!!!!! how will you remember!!!?!?!?!??!
    I won't! It is on there now. Thanks for the reminder.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LFCRed View Post
    I stayed at the group camp site at Aiken State Park earlier this year and thought it was great. Very quiet, nicely spaced trees. The group site has a toilet but no showers. The main part of the campground has showers. Both the main and the group site are on the river so if you're a paddler you can go straight from the site without driving.

    http://www.southcarolinaparks.com/ai...roduction.aspx
    I was checking out the website. It looks really peaceful and quiet. The river would be nice for kayaking, plus for those without boats, they have rentals for reasonable rates. It looks like a fairly secluded area. How far is it to any form of civilization, such as a convenience store or fast food place? The website said 16 miles to a grocery, but I'm guessing there might be somewhere small closer by??

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    It's been awhile since I've been to Parson Mt campground but when I was there they had nice bathroom(s).

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    meh, but its aiken! we might as well go to sesqui centennial state park, in sand hills columbia i wanna be in the hills!!!! but thats just me
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    Quote Originally Posted by mullinax95 View Post
    It's been awhile since I've been to Parson Mt campground but when I was there they had nice bathroom(s).
    Yes, they do have nice ones, but Parson's Mountain is the OTHER hang...on this thread...http://www.hammockforums.net/forum/s...ad.php?t=59159

    THIS thread is for planning ANOTHER hang.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ahhhgladius View Post
    pass on aiken

    Would you like to elaborate?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ahhhgladius View Post
    meh, but its aiken! we might as well go to sesqui centennial state park, in sand hills columbia i wanna be in the hills!!!! but thats just me
    I understand that.. I'd rather be in the hills or mountains, too, but I was trying to keep it somewhat centrally located. Not sure that Dreher Island or Sesquicentennial are very hilly, but they are mid-state....I've not been to either.

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    I'll try to call tomorrow and ask about bathrooms and the possibility of using showers at both Dreher Island and Sesquicentennial parks. The both look like nice parks and since it is the off season, hopefully they won't mind if we use the showers. If anyone knows of any other places that might be available, please speak up! There are a few fish camp type places around the midlands, but not sure that is appealing to everyone.

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