June 14, 2024

Columbia Rivers Wildlife

Kayak, canoe or tube down the cool waters of our rivers with the Columbia skyline as your backdrop. You’ll pass beneath shady trees and historic bridges as you go with the natural flow of the water. You may even spot a bald eagle along the way! The rivers attract all sorts of wildlife and wonderments that the whole world should want to see. Let's talk about the Saluda/Congaree River Wildlife awaiting you.
May 8, 2024

Plan Your Summer Fun On The Saluda

From its origins in the Blue Ridge Mountains north of Greenville to downtown Columbia, the Saluda River flows through South Carolina for 200 miles, creating a wide array of recreational opportunities along the way. As warmer weather approaches, the Saluda River offers many things to do for water-loving folks. From trout fishing to tubing to kayaking, the river offers something for everyone. You can walk the trails along the Saluda's forested banks, go zip-lining over the water or rock hopping across shoals. Kayakers and canoeists can paddle through quiet stretches of the river or brave rip-roaring rapids for a thrilling adventure ride. There are so many Saluda River things to do this Summer, and we want to clue you in on the fun.
January 19, 2024

Experience The River Wild

Kayak, canoe or tube down the cool waters of our rivers with the Columbia skyline as your backdrop. You’ll pass beneath shady trees and historic bridges as you go with the natural flow of the water. You may even spot a bald eagle along the way! The rivers attract all sorts of wildlife and wonderments that the whole world should want to see. If you want to experience the river wild, the Saluda, Broad and Congaree Rivers are a great place to start.
December 27, 2023

Why Buy Land

By now you know that The Reserve on the Saluda offers a unique opportunity to purchase waterfront property in a secure, gated, riverfront community in West Columbia.  Having the perfect piece of property to build a home on is a dream for many folks, but why buy land instead of purchasing an existing home?  The land will need to be perfect and you'll want to have a plan to build your home.  If you are in the market to buy undeveloped land — or just intrigued by the prospect — let’s break down what you need to know, whether it’s for investment or for homeownership.

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