Pinewood Lake Park
Pinewood Lake Park is a scenic community park along the banks of the 20 acre Pinewood Lake combined with 24 acres of surrounding mixed pine hardwood forests. The Park was opened in 2015 for the public to enjoy its cultural and natural resources. Pinewood Lake Park is a gateway to the heart of Lower Richland and a perfect place to experience serenity, peace, and quiet.
The public can experience the Parks unique rural character while viewing barns, cabins, and a house dating back to the 1900s. The park also provides scenic walking trails for leisurely strolls, and picnic shelters that can be rented for group gatherings, and exercise stations.
1151 Old Garners Ferry Road, Columbia, South Carolina 29209
Map to Pinewood Lake Park
October - April : 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
May - September: 9:00 AM to 9:00 PM
Phone: (803) 250-9961
- Absolutely no weapons are allowed on County Premises or in any public facility unless required by an authorized Law Enforcement Officer
- Absolutely no alcoholic beverages or illegal drugs are allowed on or in any public facility that is located on County Property
- Absolutely no use of tobacco products is allowed on or in any public facility that is located on County property, except in designated areas
- All domestic animals must be kept under restraint or confinement. Any domestic animal not so restrained will be deemed unlawfully running at large. Owners/caretakers of such animals must clean and properly dispose of any animal waste
- No person shall willfully harm, harass, trap, confine, catch, feed or possess any wildlife within the Park. Note: This does not include persons who have specific authority from Richland County Government to remove dangerous animals from the Park
- Fishing in accordance with the State of South Carolina and regulations shall be permitted within the Park
- Absolutely no activity involving unsafe use or providing a security concern will be permitted. Examples of such prohibited uses are fireworks, athletic events, and carnival-type rides
- No person shall operate a motor vehicle, including car, truck, motorcycle, minibike, snowmobile, four-wheel drive or other recreational vehicle within any Park space unless the area is specifically designated and posted to permit the operation of such vehicle in the area. County and emergency vehicles on official business are exceptions to this Rule
- Posting of signs, advertisements and flyers or placement of brochures in any area of a County property is prohibited without written permission from Richland County Government
- It shall be unlawful to swim, dive, ice skate, walk on ice, or use any flotation device not designed for fishing at any County Park
- Do not rearrange furniture or furnishings in the facility. If chairs or tables are temporarily relocated, these items must be replaced to their original location before you leave
- It shall be unlawful to deposit or dispose of trash, garbage, rubbish, litter, grass, cuttings, tree trimmings, debris, or other objects from private premises onto County proper
- No admission charge is allowed at events
- Children must be accompanied and supervised by an adult at all times while on the premises.
- No swimming allowed and no lifeguard on duty.
- No motorized boats allowed and life jackets must be worn when in a non-motorized boat or flotation device