Outdoors activities and family friendly attractions abound in and around Columbia. Just a few moments away from Woodcreek Farms is the Clemson Sandhill Research & Education Center.
Lakes, trails, public gardens, a farmers market and community festival are highlights there.
Sports fans can follow the Gamecocks of the University of South Carolina
as they compete for Southeast Conference honors in major football, basketball and baseball facilities.
Local recreational soccer and baseball fields and full-service fitness and recreational facilities such as the Jeep Rogers Family YMCA
and Columbia Jewish Community Center
And, of course, there's golf. In addition to Woodcreek Farms' own championship layout,
there are several courses nearby, dozens in the area and hundreds across South Carolina, including the major golf destinations of Hilton Head Island and Myrtle Beach.
More Fun Things To Do
Riverbanks Zoo & Garden
One of the nation's top zoos, a leader in endangered species husbandry and interpretation. Also a top-notch botanical garden specializing in horticulture selection of plants suitable for home use in the South Carolina Midlands.
Sesquicentennial State Park
Just down the road from Woodcreek Farms, more than 1,000 acres of picnicking, paddling, hiking and sports fields.
Nearly 50,000 acres, big and deep and one of the nation's top bass-fishing tournament lakes. It's also home to a thriving striped bass fishery and one of the largest purple martin rookeries in the world.
Another outstanding reservoir for fishing and boating, Lake Wateree is the state's oldest impediment of its size.
Congaree National Park
South Carolina's only national park encompasses more than 25,000 acres of unspoiled bottom-land forest, including many state and national record trees for their species.
Harbison State Forest
Dozens of miles of hiking and biking trails through woodlands astride the Broad River just minutes from downtown Columbia.
The Columbia and West Columbia River Walks
Bustling walkways through preserved green space along several miles of the Congaree River.