Life On The Congaree River
With more than 20 miles of riverwalk and trails, plus 12,000 years of history, Cayce, South Carolina offers a free, serene escape to nature within an urban environment. Just above the Congaree River on the west side lies Congaree Bluff, a charming cul-de-sac neighborhood offering exceptionally crafted custom homes and thoughtfully created floor plans by Columbia’s own Lady Street Builders.
Congaree Bluff offers convenient access to the Cayce Riverwalk, part of the Midlands region’s expansive Three Rivers Greenway. Residents of Congaree Bluff will enjoy lighted, paved paths through the shaded, riverine forest. They’ll relax in the serene surroundings with wooden board walks and prime river views, benches, picnic tables and public art by local artisans. Although it’s only 50 miles long, the Congaree River is many rivers in one. From its origin at the confluence of the Broad and Saluda rivers near the Piedmont fall line in downtown Columbia, South Carolina, to its remote, bottomland terminus at Congaree National Park, the Congaree offers a distinct diversity of rich history, varied wildlife and remarkable habitat linking South Carolina’s largest city to its largest wilderness. Learn more about South Carolina’s Wilderness Connection, click here.