how can we help?

downtown; savannah river

Experience Phinizy Center & Nature Park

Wild about nature? Phinizy Center & Nature Park is just the place for you. This amazing nature park has changed tremendously through the years. Native Americans first occupied this area, leaving behind artifacts and evidence of the tribes that called the swamp home. Fun Fact: Phinizy Nature Park is…

Read More

Experience the Augusta Canal

If you’re a lover of the great outdoors –– Augusta has some amazing waterways and trails that will make your visit exciting and memorable. The Augusta Canal National Heritage Area is one of the most interesting historic landmarks in Augusta. Created in 1845 to use water power from the Savannah…

Read More

Places to Brunch in Augusta

It seems the masses have decided that weekends are made for brunch. Augusta is just the place to enjoy a delicious brunch with friends. So what are the options? Whether you're looking for bottomless mimosas to accompany your traditional breakfast or out-of-the-box cuisine with creative cocktails, we…

Read More

Kayaking in Augusta

One of the best ways to explore Augusta is to spend some time taking in the nature, sites, and feeling of being on the Savannah River. To have an unforgettable paddle experience with friends or solo, we know exactly where to go. Experiencing the Savannah River early in the AM or at sundown…

Read More

Live Music in Augusta for All Ages

From indie pop to alt-rock, Augusta has it all. If you're trying to find something to do with your friends that won't break the bank, is accessible for teenagers, or maybe you're just looking for some new music...we've got you covered. Check out some of these popular playing spots where all ages are…

Read More

Kayaking in Downtown Augusta

Augusta's River Region has some of the most diverse paddling from the Savannah River to the Augusta Canal, but one of the coolest kayaking experiences includes views of downtown Augusta. Some of Augusta's most notable structures can be seen along the Savannah River including the Augusta Riverwalk…

Read More