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Cayce Riverwalk is a 6.5 mile heavily trafficked out and back trail located near West Columbia, South Carolina that features a river. The trail is good for all skill levels and offers a number of activity options.

Length 6.5 mi Elevation gain 167 ft Route type Out & Back

Wheelchair friendly

Kid friendly

Stroller friendly

Hiking

Nature trips

Walking

Bird watching

Running

Forest

Paved

River

Views

Wildlife

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Photos (54)
Recordings (104)
Completed (114)
Jessica Magoon
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Walking

There are several entrances to the trail that break it up very nicely for those who can't do the entire thing at once. My boyfriend and I really enjoy the Timmerman trail section (the looping part). Its a nicely kept and paved. We did see an alligators on our first walk there which was pretty cool; thankfully we were way up on a bridge and it was hanging out in the river a bit always.

Juli Levine
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Hiking

Nicely maintained and paved trail with plenty of shade. There were surprisingly few mosquitoes for this time of the year.

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Ashley Oswald
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Hiking

Nice get-away in the middle of the city. Go early. It becomes crowded especially around Timmerman trail portion.

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Sahil Rampal
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Hiking

Love it.

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Matt Flach
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Nice walk along the river. Boardwalk for a lot of it and very ADA accessible. Pleasant walk with the kids and dogs during the quarantine.

Stephanie Muller Bell
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WalkingBlowdownMuddy

There are lots of places to get off but I recommend going to the end if possible.

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Lanie Platt
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Hiking

i love this trail!!!! I went 6 miles from start to finish. paved the whole way. No bathrooms. But, they have trash cans the whole way! Kid and dog friendly.

Lil B.
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Running

Fully paved which is fine but I prefer a “true” trail for running. Interested in trying it on my bike sometime. Lots of bikers and walkers. Cool place near town to “get away.” Beware: There’s a stretch by the river after the boat landing that smells overwhelming of fecal matter.

William Willis
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Hiking

It's a good trail. I walk it pretty often. It's close to home and work. Today there was a tree down blocking part of the trail, but you could still get around it.

Stephanie McDuffie
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Mountain biking

Thumbs up, fairly easy trail, made for a nice ride this morning.

Silvia Clark
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Hiking

great quiet trail and very well maintained. watch out for the bike-riders.

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Matt Flach
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Hiking

Paved and very easy. North end has good view of river and small cascades.

Amy Hill
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Hiking

This is a great, family friendly trail. It has lots of water views and a wonderful paved surface that is stroller and wheelchair friendly. However it is long enough to be a challenge.

James Wilson
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Nature trips

Part of Cayce Riverwalk - The Timmerman Trail is the South End of Cayce Riverwalk and is mainly a loop around Congaree Creek with connection to the SCANA Parking and the Fort Congaree Entrance at the Cayce Tennis Courts. It's a paved walkway great for runners, walkers, Cyclists, and nature lovers. It's great for Wildflowers and Butterflies on Old State Road. It connects to Cayce Riverwalk on the east end for a longer hike.

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David Stubbs
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Nice walking trail. Paved trail. Would go again.

Char Nelson
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First to Review

Nice walk.

Al Kiser
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Hiking
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Cole Stilwell
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Mountain biking
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Andrew Boyd
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Hiking
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Rebecca Epting
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Hiking
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Andrew Boyd
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Devynn Parker
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Andrew Boyd
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Hiking
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Andrew Boyd
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Hiking
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Shawn Sturkie
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Kara Rabon
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Hiking
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Eric Sperre
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Hiking
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Robin Schafer
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Hiking
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Donald Nicholson
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Mountain biking
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