Situated conveniently between the historical sights of the South Carolina seacoast,
and the awe-inspiring beauty of the Appalachian Trail and Great Smokey Mountains,
Aiken is a quaint, small town with big town amenities. Fine dining, great shopping,
and cultural events abound in Aiken, and there’s always something going
on that attracts the young (and the young-at-heart)! Professional sports in Atlanta
and Charlotte are less than a three hour drive. And, our mild “round-the-calendar”
climate makes it hard to stay indoors any month of the year. It may sound like
a dream, but the dream really is a reality at Cedar Creek.
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Creek’s ambience, and Aiken’s historical significance, is enhanced
by the conveniences you’ll find in most major metropolitan centers including
a performing arts theatre, museum, shopping malls, and exceptional regional medical
facilities. As Aiken has grown, so has the diversity of its attractions. Today
Aiken warmly welcomes new residents and visitors from around the world.
Directions: Take I-20 to Exit #22. Take Route #1 South toward Aiken.
Travel approximately eight miles crossing Richland Avenue until you reach a dead
end. As you come to Richland Avenue, Route 1 turns to the right but you will go
straight ahead on York Street to a dead end. At that point you will be at South
Boundary. Make a left at South Boundary until you come to Banks Mill Road (about
10 blocks). Turn right on Banks Mill Road and travel about 10 miles following
signs along the way to Cedar Creek. The entrance to Cedar Creek is on the right
hand side of the road.