From the Granby Locks to the Blossom Street Bridge, the Cayce Riverwalk is majestically scenic. Take a look at it in the morning, as the sun comes up, while few people are stirring. You see the historic railroad trestles, the locks, a spider waiting for breakfast and the steamship mural […]
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Take a stroll on the Riverwalks in Cayce and West Columbia on a warm August evening. The river is like a sheet of metal in places and the purring of the flowing water is soothing. The river had been high over the weekend, swollen and brown. But on Monday the […]
The dollar of a tourist does not see the Congaree River as a line that divides Lexington and Richland County. Be it the rodeo in South Congaree and Riverbanks Zoo or Cayce Historical Museum and Congaree National Park, “We want to keep people here and keep them here as long […]
The City of Columbia is reported a large sewer spill , Wednesday, that impacted the Congaree River near the Blossom Street Bridge. Because of the volume of the spills, a swimming advisory is being issued for the Congaree River from the confluence of the Saluda and Broad rivers in West […]
The Cayce-West Columbia Branch of the Lexington County Library is offering a great opportunity for family reading this Summer.Summer Reading Time will be presented at 10 a.m. on Saturday (July 24) on the Cayce Riverwalk at the N Avenue Entrance.
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 […]
A new a visitor’s center is being planned at Cayce. Mike Dawson, CEO of the River Alliance, spoke at the Greater Cayce-West Columbia Chamber of Commerce Breakfast in March. He said a plan for a visitors center in Cayce was being developed, near the Cayce Tennis Center and Timmerman Trial […]
With the return of the sun, there is some good news. After some hard work by the Cayce Parks Department, Phase 1 and 2 (Blossom Street bridge to Cayce Cove) are open. As is Phase 4 and the Timmerman Trail.