Cayce / West Columbia Riverwalk
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- Picnic Area
- Water Launch
- Scenic Observation
- Point of Interest
- Handicap Access
- Visitor Center
- No Fee
- No Camping
The Cayce / West Columbia Riverwalk opens the Congaree River for walking, jogging, bicycling, and just gazing at the natural beauty. Its path accommodates all levels of physical access including baby carriages and wheelchairs.
The Cayce Riverwalk opens the Congaree River for walking, jogging, bicycling, and just gazing at the natural beauty. Its bridges, boardwalks, overlooks, and lighted central path will accommodate all levels of physical access. Its design evokes the natural quality and echoes the first riverfront settlement of 1750's Granby. You can fish for Striped Bass in the Congaree or watch for eagles in the towering pines. It is a place of wonder in the heart of Cayce. From the main entrance, you can walk the two and a half miles to old Cayce or linger in the over 46 acres of river park. Historical markers have been placed throughout the park to provide visitors with the background of the area.
The Cayce Riverwalk Park is open daily until dusk. And the Riverwalk Pavilion is located at the main entrance to the park. This covered Pavilion can be reserved free of charge and features six large picnic tables, electricity upon request, and is accessible to water. Total capacity is about 50 people.
The West Columbia Riverwalk is located between Gervais Street and Knox Abbott Drive running along. Its path accommodates all levels of physical access including baby carriages and wheelchairs. The Cayce / West Columbia Riverwalk is part of the Three Rivers Greenway trail network.
For up-to-date information on trails along the Riverwalk, please visit www.threeriversgreenway.com.Directions:
The main entrance to the Cayce / West Columbia Riverwalk is located at the intersection of Axtell Drive and Naples Avenue. You can also access the park at the intersection of State Street and Lucas Street. The Timmerman Trail can be accessed from the 12th Street Extension at SCANA Parkway or after the Cayce Tennis Center at the 12,000 Year History Trailhead. Parking is also available at the Moffatt Street entrance—from Sunset Boulevard, turn onto North Leaphart Street and immediately turn right onto Moffatt Street—in West Columbia.
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City of Cayce | 1800 12th Street, Cayce, SC 29033 | (803) 796-9020 | Email
City of West Columbia | 200 N 12th St, West Columbia, SC 29169 | (803) 791-1880, ext 616
River Alliance | 400 Rivermont Drive, Columbia, SC 29210 | (803) 765-2200 | Email
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