Summer may be looking a little differently this year, but that’s not gonna stop us from getting out and adventuring. Check out this list that’ll be sure to cool your summer off!

We encourage our visitors and locals to practice safe social distancing while exploring our beautiful city, and to continue following recommendations for travel, sanitation, and safety given by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). Effective July 10th through August 10th, the Mayor of Augusta has issued an executive order requiring masks to be worn while participating in public activities. For more information, view our guidance on masks and social distancing. 

Sleep Under the Stars

Ever wanted to sleep under the stars? Mistletoe State Park located on Clarks Hill Lake has it all. Pack your sleeping bag and find a great spot to camp out, canoe, fish, or just enjoy a warm summer day. 

Retro Night at the Drive-In

Take summer to a groovy level and visit the Big Mo Drive-In one summer night. This flashback to the fifties is showcasing five different movie combos through August. Admission is FREE but you must redeem your passes before going and have it ready at the gate, so gas up the car and grab the blankets for a fun summer movie night. P.S. Popcorn is on you! 

Sweet, Sweet Summer

Summer isn't the same if you're not indulging in a sweet treat. Our picks you ask? You can head over to Sno-Cap Drive-in for the best root beer float of the summer, or try a tropical dream cake from Boll Weevil Cafe, made with pineapple and coconut that will have your taste buds at the luau. 

Augusta has so much to offer this summer while still being safe. Share your summer memories using the hashtag #loveaugusta. 

We encourage our visitors and locals to practice safe social distancing while exploring our beautiful city, and to continue following recommendations for travel, sanitation, and safety given by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). Effective July 10 through September 8, the Mayor of Augusta has issued an executive order requiring masks to be worn while participating in public activities. For more information, view our guidance on masks and social distancing.