Join the City of West Columbia Mayor Tem Miles, City of Cayce Mayor Elise Partin, and Palmetto Outdoor’s Mike Mayo on Thursday (July 15) for a guided tour and hike beginning at the Cayce trailhead and ending at Savage Craft Ale Works, 430 Center Street, West Columbia. Shuttles depart at 4:30 PM and 5:00 PM from Savage Craft Ale Works to the trailhead in Cayce. Along the walk, Mike Mayo, owner of Palmetto Outdoor, will provide a history tour. This event is free to the public.
Mayor Tem Miles stated, “The SC7 program works to encourage people to get out and see the beauties of South Carolina. We as the City of West Columbia encourage you to join us to explore, learn, and enjoy the beauties of the Midlands. See you on the trail!”
“One of the goals of SC7 is to get people outdoors for health and wellness and enjoy all the natural resources. We are also encouraging communities to explore own back yards on the beautiful West Columbia and Cayce Riverwalks,” said Michelle McCollum, President/CEO National Heritage Corridor.
4:30 PM & 5:00 PM
Shuttle pickup form Savage Craft Ale Works, 430 Center Street, West Columbia (Free parking available at West Columbia Public Parking Garage – 310 Court Avenue, Capitol Square – 483 Sunset Boulevard, West Columbia Interactive Art Park – 425 Meeting Street, and Carraway Park – 212 Hudson Street)
100-300 Blocks of State Street
Hike starts at Cayce trailhead and will walk to Savage Craft Ale Works. A history tour will be provided by Palmetto Outdoor along the route.
Social at Savage Craft Ale Works honoring veterans.