The Gazebo and Eagle picnic shelters are available(pdf file) on a first-come, first-served basis for use by individuals or groups. To ensure availability and exclusive use, both of these facilities may be reserved by submitting a non-refundable rental fee.
Gazebo - Maximum Use Capacity: 100
The size of this picnic shelter is 1,000 square feet. Seven picnic tables are provided as well as two benches for a seating capacity of 50 to 65. Three charcoal cooking grills are located adjacent to the shelter. Restrooms and water are nearby. An open field adjacent to the Gazebo provides a space for free play and games. Please share this field with other visitors.
Eagle Shelter - Maximum Use Capacity: 50
The Eagle Shelter is located in a quiet, wooded setting. The size of the Eagle Shelter is 700 square feet, rectangular in shape. Four picnic tables are provided and four 15’ benches for a seating capacity of 40 to 50. A grilling area is provided, but grills are not provided at this time. Water and restrooms are located at the Gazebo, a walking distance of 1,500 feet. An open field is located a short distance from the shelter.
Gazebo - $50.00
Eagle Shelter - $30.00
- In the event that the planned use must be cancelled due to bad weather, an alternate date may be selected.
- Reservation payment must be submitted within three days following a phone or verbal confirmation. If payment is not received within the time limit, the facility will become available to the next party requesting to reserve the facility.
- Payment is not required for functions, meetings, or educational programs sponsored or supported by the SC Forestry Commission. Free use of the facilities must be approved by the Forest Director.
Contact the Harbison State Forest office to make a reservation. The office is located in the SC Forestry Commission’ s Environmental Education Center, 5600 Broad River Road, phone number - 896-8890.
Harbison Rental Schedule - (pdf) Check the schedule for the availability of the conference rooms, gazebo and shelter.
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