Small Town Charm
The Columbia Presbyterian Community campus sits on the banks of the scenic Saluda River, just minutes from downtown Columbia, SC, and the energy of the capitol city. On any afternoon, residents can take in an exhibit at the Columbia Museum of Art, tour historic homes, or admire one of the celebrated gardens at the Riverbanks Zoo. Music, theater, and year-round festivals make Columbia one of the most attractive and vibrant cities in the South. The city boasts a world class public library and is home to several universities and colleges. On game days at the University Of South Carolina, the air crackles with Gamecock team spirit.
Escape to Lake Murray
Just minutes from The Columbia Presbyterian Community is the beautiful pristine Lake Murray, named by Boating Magazine as “one of the top ten places to live and boat.” Lake Murray offers 650 miles of shoreline with numerous recreational and dining venues to include world class fishing tournaments.
In the summer months June through August, you can enjoy a sunset cruise aboard the Spirit of Lake Murray and watch the Purple Martins on Bomb Island. Each year, almost 1 million Purple Martins fly to beautiful Lake Murray and roost on Bomb Island, the largest Purple Martin sanctuary in North America and the second largest in the world.
Day Trips and Outings
Columbia is the heart of South Carolina. Natural beauty and living history await you in every direction. The City of Columbia Parks and Recreation District organizes trips for seniors to destinations such as Myrtle Beach, Grove Park Inn in Asheville, NC, and more. Community residents can choose to take advantage of all the activities and attractions the city has to offer or simply enjoy the riverside oasis of The Columbia Presbyterian Community.
To learn more about our exciting community, contact our office today. We will be happy to show you around and answer any questions you may have about life at The Columbia Presbyterian Community.