Langley Pond

Langley Pond Park

Park Information

Known as the world’s largest pond! Just short of being a lake, this refreshing body of water plays hosts to regattas, triathlons, water ski and wakeboard competitions. It’s the perfect place to water-ski, jet ski, swim, fish, picnic, or paddleboard. Leashed dogs are welcome and there is a large swimming area with a sandy beach for getting a great tan. There are no lifeguards on duty at the pond. A bathhouse, playground, covered picnic area, grills, concession stand, boat ramp, special events area, and dock are on site to make family fun and corporate outings a breeze. Langley Pond Park is available to rent along with the water! Plan your family reunion, annual company retreat, birthday party, scout outing and other great activities at Langley Pond Park.
Contact the Aiken County Parks, Recreation and Tourism Department for details (803) 642-7559.


113 Langley Dam Rd.,
Langley, SC 29834

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Park Hours

Sunrise to Sunset



Langley Pond Park quickly became a prominent rowing location before the 1996 Olympics. Langley Pond features a 2000 meter rowing course with eight fully buoyed lanes. Facilities include a finish line tower, boat ramp with boat dock, swim area, concession stand, large picnic shelter, grills, bathhouse, playground, and sandy beach. The parking area allows for trailer parking and additional parking near the picnic shelter. Regattas at Langley Pond include the Augusta Invitational, which takes place annually in March and the US Rowing Masters Championship in June.

Horse Creek Water Trail

Access by kayak or canoe off Posner Street in Graniteville, Langley Pond in Burnettown, and Harrison-Caver Park in Clearwater.
The Horse Creek Water Trail is one of the oldest Native American sites in Aiken County. The 9-mile nature lovers retreat winds through Horse Creek Valley. Used by Native Americans to water their horses and rest, they also built villages along the creek, which empties into the chilly Savannah River.

Disc Golf

Aiken County’s only championship level disc golf course. Spectacular water holes, varying terrain, challenging pin locations, and towering hardwoods are abound on this unique course. The course includes multiple tee and pin locations, a driving range with practice baskets, and covered shelters throughout. Come see why Langley Pond Disc Golf Park is already one of the top courses in the Southeast. The Langley Pond Disc Golf Park is truly a one of a kind disc golf facility. The 18-hole championship level course challenges the best disc golfers in the world. Each hole has an amateur short tee box and professional long distance tee box, which allows the course to be played completely different from each tee box. Various elevations, mature hardwood trees, and tricky water holes stretch across the property. A 2 basket putting area and 4 tee pad driving range with distance markers separates Langley Pond Disc Golf Park from most courses across the United States.

Loop Trail

This trail was developed in partnership with the GAIT Foundation (Greater Aiken Integrated Trails). Accessible by foot or horseback, the wooded trail is 2.8 miles winding through a cool canopy of lush woods accessible only at Langley Pond Park.
The Loop Trail hosts 5 or more 5K trail runs each year, and is perfect for all levels of walkers/runners/joggers/dog walkers/equestrian riders.