|Parks & Recreation
The City of Cayce is located on the banks of the Congaree River, adjacent to the state capital (Columbia). There are a number of fun and interesting places to spend a day in the Cayce area.
Our most popular park is the Cayce Riverwalk Park, featuring Timmerman Trail, which is part of the 3 Rivers Greenway. The Riverwalk stretches for nearly 8 miles along the river. It offers a scenic place to walk, run, picnic, and fish, with the added convenience of lighted pathways and 24 hour security. The Riverwalk Park is located at 201 Naples Ave.
There are a number of other parks in Cayce to enjoy. Guignard Park (200 Block of Knox Abbott), Granby Gardens (1800 12th Street Ext), Glenwood Park (1200 Block of Hazel Street), Burnette Park (2300 block of Lee Street), and Churchill Garden (2200 block of Windor Drive) offer great scenery, outdoor recreation, grills, picnic areas, and playgrounds for kids to enjoy.
The Granby Pavilion is located within the City Hall Complex at 1800 12th Street Extension and features a covered shelter with eight picnic tables, a stage, four barbeque pits, and access to electricity and water. It can accommodate between 80 and 100 people. Granby Gardens Park is closed October 3 - 5 in preparation for the Congaree Bluegrass Festival held on Saturday, October
4, 2014. The park is also closed beginning mid-November and the month of December in preparation for the Lights of Cayce.
The Thomas A. Newman Boat Landing, located on New State Road, offers a lighted area and fishing pier for the outdoorsman who enjoys catching their dinner the old fashion way – with a rod and reel!
To reserve the Riverwalk Pavilion, Congaree Shelter or Granby Pavilion, please contact City Hall at 550-9520.