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In the early 1900s , "Uncle Billy" Cayce opened a general store and locals referred to the area as Cayce Crossing. When the town filed for incorporation in 1914, the name was selected to honor the Cayce family.
But it’s the city’s rich history as the site of one of the earliest European settlements in the Midlands of South Carolina that has made Cayce one of the most popular and growing areas of the Greater Columbia area. Today, Cayce is the home to more than 13,000 citizens. With easy access to Interstates 20, 26 and 77 and adjacent to the Columbia Metropolitan Airport, Cayce offers quick access to jobs, shopping, and entertainment. Cayce's convenient location means residents and visitors alike are just minutes away from the numerous cultural and recreational amenities of the Midlands of South Carolina.
Cayce includes the location of one of the earliest European settlements in the Midlands, known then as “the back county.” It also includes the site of Fort Granby, a former trading post seized and fortified by the British during the American Revolution. In 1817, the building was purchased by the Cayce family and used as a private residence for nearly 100 years. Today, the main building for the Cayce Historical Museum is a replica of the trading post/Fort Granby. The museum interprets the agricultural, social and cultural heritage of Old Saxe Gotha (1733), Granby, Cayce and West Columbia.
Cayce sits on the banks of the Congaree River across from Columbia, South Carolina’s capital city, with a newly annexed section on the Richland County side awaiting development. Because both it and the neighboring town of West Columbiashare road names and schools, they are frequently referred to jointly as Cayce-West Columbia. However, they are politically separate towns.
The Congaree River has always played a dominant role of strategic importance in Cayce's development. Cayce and other local governments jointly developed the Riverwalk, a popular 1½-mile walkway along the river that provides a natural and peaceful setting for walking, jogging and enjoying the natural environment. Development on both sides of the river is an important factor driving the city's economy.
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