Granby Park

4.52 Votes
  • Address: 100 Catawba Cir, Columbia, SC 29201, USA, 29201, Lake Murray Shores, United States
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  • Phone: +1-8035453100
  • Tags: Park, Family And Kids, Landmarks, Parks

A scenic natural retreat on the shores of the Congaree River, Granby Park has to be on your list of things to do in South Carolina, especially if you are a nature-lover! With numerous spots like abandoned train tracks, wooden benches, and ruins of the Robert Mills Abraham Blanding canal, this park is great for hanging out with your travel companions. Also great for biking, hiking, and fishing, the Granby Park is ideal for youngsters and adventurers!

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How to Reach Granby Park

  • Private Vehicles/Cabs
  • Nearest Bus Station- Blossom Huger EB

  • Granby Park Address: 100 Catawba Cir, Columbia, SC 29201, USA, 29201, Lake Murray Shores, United States
  • Granby Park Contact Number: +1-8035453100
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Granby Park Reviews & Ratings

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  • Gorgeous place to walk, have a little picnic, and many places that has access to little "beaches" right along the river. Only down side to this river walk is people don't know how to pick up after their dogs, there is poop laying all over the walk way. People if you have a dog, don't bring them if you don't know how to pick up their poop.

  • This park is such a beautiful piece of history that we have the privilege to access. It's a great place to get away from the busy city and enjoy nature. There is also a beautiful garden to stroll through 👌

  • Best of all the parks on the river! Small, never crowded, it’s mostly college students that live in the neighborhood at this park. Restrooms are always clean and the parks staff are very helpful. The one downside, there are sometimes homeless people camping or weirdos wondering around in the woods in the early morning hours, when the park first opens, so make sure you always watch your back!

  • Beautiful place but so meant people....

  • The website advertised fishing. I was unable to find a decent spot where I could access the river without sliding down a muddy trail. After taking 2 hard falls I left and went to find a better park for fishing.

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