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Nestled along the banks of the mighty Savannah River, Georgia's second largest city offers its visitors and nearly half-a-million residents traditional Southern charm plus the perks of big city life—arts, culture, shopping, education opportunities, fine cuisine, state-of-the-art healthcare, sports, and a slew of recreational pursuits. Here you can literally soak up the best of all worlds. With a wide variety of amenities within just a short drive, you will find the area pleasantly devoid of the traffic snarls plaguing so many metropolitan areas. Augusta’s southern hospitality is evident from the temperate climate to the year-round greenery that reminds residents and visitors alike of Augusta’s designation as the "Garden City"
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About Augusta

Nestled along the banks of the mighty Savannah River, Georgia's second largest city offers its visitors and nearly half-a-million residents traditional Southern charm plus the perks of big city life—arts, culture, shopping, education opportunities, fine cuisine, state-of-the-art healthcare, sports, and a slew of recreational pursuits. Here you can literally soak up the best of all worlds. With a wide variety of amenities within just a short drive, you will find the area pleasantly devoid of the traffic snarls plaguing so many metropolitan areas. Augusta’s southern hospitality is evident from the temperate climate to the year-round greenery that reminds residents and visitors alike of Augusta’s designation as the "Garden City"

Why Choose Augusta ?

Golf and Augusta National
Along with being home to one of the most famous golf courses and golf tournaments in the world, the area surrounding Augusta, GA and Aiken, SC boasts some great golf courses that are open for play to every golfer.
Fort Gordon
is a United States Army installation and the current home of the United States Army Signal Corps and Cyber Center of Excellence. The fort is located to the southwest of the city and employs approximately 30,000 military and civilian employees and has an estimated $1.1 billion economic impact on the Augusta-Richmond County economy.

Places in Augusta

The Masters Tournament

The legendary Masters Tournament is the first major of the year, and is always held at the same location, Augusta National Golf Club.

Sacred Heart Cultural Center

Sacred Heart, a former Catholic Church, is now home to various cultural activities including choral concerts, art exhibits, holiday events and the annual Garden Festival as well as the Augusta Ballet, the Augusta Children’s Chorale, the Augusta Choral Society, the Augusta Players, Symphony Orchestra Augusta (SOA) and the Greater Augusta Arts Council. 

Phinizy Swamp Nature Park

Phinizy Swamp Nature Park is a 1,100-acre (450 ha)nature park in Augusta, Georgia.The park contains wetlands and woodlands and has a campus for water research and environmental education, which includes a visitor center. It has many bald cypresses draped in Spanish moss and forests of loblolly and longleaf pinetrees.

Augusta Canal

The Augusta Canal weaves threads of history, scenery, and recreation into a delightful tapestry as it winds its way through Augusta, Georgia.Hike or bike on the towpath edging the historic canal, which takes you past natural and urban landscapes, giving glimpses of wildlife, offering beautiful scenery, and surrounding you with nature and history.

The Masters Tournament
Sacred Heart Cultural Center
Phinizy Swamp Nature Park
Augusta Canal
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