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Want to feed a giraffe or get cozy with a flamingo? The 170-acre Riverbanks Zoo and Garden is home to more than 2,000 creatures, with even more fun in a three-story ropes course, four zip-lines, nature trails, pony rides and more.
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Art, history, science and discovery collide in Columbia, SC at our many museums. Step back in time at the region’s historic museums, reflect on the finer things in life at an art museum, or find the inner child at the Southeast’s largest children’s museum.
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South Carolina’s only national park is the largest old-growth bottomland hardwood forest in the Southeast and contains some of the nation’s tallest trees. Experience the park through many opportunities, including an elevated boardwalk, guided canoe trips and even nighttime hikes.
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The South Carolina State House overlooks downtown Columbia, SC’s Main Street and is a must-see on any trip. The copper Greek Revival dome and Corinthian columns adorn the structure, while six stars mark where Union cannonballs struck the building during the Civil War.
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Located between downtown Columbia and Lake Murray, Saluda Shoals Park offers paved and unpaved hiking trails, kayaking and canoeing on the Saluda River, trout fishing, horseback riding and a splash pad for the little ones.
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This 18,000-seat arena is your ticket to popular music and entertainment, hosting names like Taylor Swift, Red Hot Chili Peppers or Billy Joel, performances by Cirque du Soleil, Gamecocks basketball games, the circus and even more.
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Learn how to sail, kayak or canoe, scuba dive, water ski or just cruise this watery playground. In late summer, thousands of purple martins converge on Bomb Island, the largest roosting sanctuary in North America.
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Whether you’re a Gamecock or an opponent, you’ll enjoy game day in Columbia, SC. Baseball and football fans tailgate in style before heading to the stadium for a frenzied afternoon or evening of jumping to “Sandstorm.”
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Locals agree that Columbia's barbecue, smoky pulled pork smothered in our unique mustard-based sauce, is a must-try on any trip to the region. Most “joints” will offer a wide variety of Southern food, including fried chicken, hash and rice, hush puppies and macaroni and cheese.
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Boutiques, antique stores, and large malls and shopping villages give visitors the opportunity to snag something Southern as a wearable or local product. Try Devine Street, Five Points, the Congaree Vista, Main Street, Village at Sandhill or other hot spots throughout the region.

Columbia, SC Sports & Outdoors

 

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Martin Luther King Park

  • 2300 Greene Street
  • Columbia, SC 29205
  • Phone: 803-733-8452
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Mast General Store

  • 1601 Main Street
  • Columbia, SC 29201
  • Phone: 803-771-2300
  • Hours: Monday - Wednesday 10 am - 6 pm; Thursday - Friday 10am - 8pm, Saturday 9am - 8pm, Sunday Noon - 6pm
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Maxcy Gregg Park

  • 1806 Blossom Street
  • Columbia, SC 29205
  • Phone: 803-545-3100
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Maxcy Gregg Pool

  • 1650 Park Circle
  • Columbia, SC 29201
  • Phone: 803-733-8447
  • Hours: Summer hours: 1-7 pm, Monday - Friday; 10 am-6 pm Saturday; 2-6 pm Sunday
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Memorial Park

  • 700 Hampton Street
  • Columbia, SC 29201
  • Phone: 803-545-3100
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Murraywood Swim and Racquet Club

  • 2050 Cedarbrook Court
  • Columbia, SC 29212
  • Phone: 803-781-3422
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Northwoods Golf Course

  • 201 Powell Road
  • Columbia, SC 29203
  • Phone: 803-786-9242
  • Fax: (803) 786-5053
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Oak Hills Golf Club

  • 7629 Fairfield Road
  • Columbia, SC 29203
  • Phone: 803-735-9830
  • Fax: (803) 735-1906
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Outspokin' Bicycles

  • 3223 Devine Street
  • Columbia, SC 29205
  • Phone: 803-254-9797
  • Hours: Monday - Thursday 10 am - 7 pm; Friday 10 am - 6 pm; Saturday 9 am - 5 pm
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Owens Field Park

  • 1351 Jim Hamilton Boulevard
  • Columbia, SC 29205
  • Phone: 803-545-3100
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Palmetto Conservation Foundation

  • 722 King Street
  • Columbia, SC 29205
  • Phone: 803-771-0870
  • Fax: (803) 771-0590
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Palmetto Falls Water Park at Fort Jackson

  • 3381 Marion Avenue
  • Fort Jackson, SC 29207
  • Phone: 803-751-3475
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Palmetto Outdoor Center

  • 731 Meeting Street
  • West Columbia, SC 29169
  • Phone: 803-360-4697
  • Hours: Monday - Friday 11 am - 7 pm; Saturday 10 am - 7 pm; Sunday 12 - 7 pm
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Peachtree Rock Heritage Preserve

  • Highway 6
  • Lexington, SC 29073
  • Phone: 803-254-9049
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Polo Road Park

  • 730 Polo Road
  • Columbia, SC 29223
  • Phone: 803-736-1657
  • Hours: Monday - Friday 2 - 9 pm; Saturday 9 am - 8 pm; Sunday 1 - 6 pm
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Pontoon Rentals & Tours

  • 220 Jakes Landing Road
  • Lexington, SC 29072
  • Phone: 803-530-3713
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Richland County Recreation Commission

  • 7473 Parklane Road
  • Columbia, SC 29223
  • Phone: 803-741-7272
  • Fax: (803) 741-2028
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Richland County Tennis Center

  • 7500 Parklane Road
  • Columbia, SC 29223
  • Phone: 803-788-3001
  • Fax: (803) 788-0392
  • Hours: Monday - Thursday 9 am - 9 pm; Friday - Sunday 9 am - 6 pm
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River Alliance

  • 400 Rivermont Drive
  • Columbia, SC 29210
  • Phone: 803-765-2200
  • Fax: (803) 765-9600
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River Runner Outdoor Center

  • 905 Gervais Street
  • Columbia, SC 29201
  • Phone: 803-771-0353
  • Fax: (803) 771-0359
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Riverbanks Zoo & Garden

  • 500 Wildlife Parkway
  • Columbia, SC 29210
  • Phone: 803-779-8717
  • Fax: (803) 253-6381
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Riverbanks Zoo and Garden Events & Hospitality

  • 500 Wildlife Parkway
  • Columbia, SC 29210
  • Phone: 803-602-0900
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