The Coves: Outdoor Activities at The Coves at the Lakes of Cane Bay

Getting Outside in Summerville
Living in South Carolina, you’ll quickly realize how many options there are for outdoor fun. From the beaches to the parks, lakes and golf courses, you will always have something to do in beautiful Lowcountry weather. Without even leaving your town of Summerville, you can find lots to do in almost any season. Outdoor enthusiasts will appreciate sports, trails and an overall active lifestyle near The Coves in Cane Bay Plantation. 

Your New Neighborhood
The new homes for sale in Summerville are more than just a collection of homes, it is an entire lifestyle built around the beauty, community and hospitality found in the Lowcountry. Cane Bay Planation has donated 68 acres for use as a YMCA within the center of their community. The complex will have an elevated walking track, modern exercise equipment, basketball, aquatics and more. Take a walk on the 25 miles of well-planned trails throughout the development avoiding busy roadways and enjoying the scenery along the way. Your new neighborhood will have all the store, medical services and personal services along these trails and you’ll never lack for a weekend activity. Warm yourself in the Carolina sun and get active. 

The mild seasons of South Carolina have made it a desirable place for avid golfers to live and during most months out of the year, golfers can be seen perfecting their swing on many of the courses around the Lowcountry. One of the top courses is found in Summerville, Legend Oaks Golf and Tennis Club. A classic setting, nestled in a Charleston Historic Plantation site and is open to the public seven days a week. 

Legend Oaks Golf & Tennis Club
118 Legend Oaks Way
Summerville, SC 29485

Historical Sites
The weather warms up and the spring and summer are a great time to explore the parks and outdoor areas of the Lowcountry and one of the favorite spots in the Summerville area is the Colonial Dorchester State Historic Site. Because much of the town of Dorchester has been destroyed over the years, what remains has become well-preserved and speaks volumes to the history and architecture of the area. It’s a great place for new residents to learn first-hand how they shaped the history of Summerville. Throughout the year, park members can be updated on new finds and participate in the history of the area through reenactments and other fun activities. 

Colonial Dorchester State Historic Site
300 State Park Rd
Summerville, SC 29485


Summerville Farmers Market
As winter comes to an end and the beautiful spring and summer weather arrives in the Lowcountry, residents will enjoy finding their favorite freshly caught seafood to u-pick strawberry fields and daily baked goodies, a morning spent at the Summerville Farmer’s Market will leave you feeling more connected to your new town and provide several healthy food options for your weekly menu. The market is open from April to December with free parking available for those shopping at the market. 

200 South Main Street
Summerville, SC 29483

If you have any questions about The Coves or the surrounding area, don’t hesitate to email or call us.

The Coves at The Lakes of Cane Bay
111 Rowboat Road
Summerville, SC 29483