5 Ways to Get Out of the Hotel Gym
Just because you're traveling doesn't mean you have to keep your fingers crossed that the workout room in your hotel has more than one treadmill. From outdoor trails to fun group classes that are open to everyone, there are plenty of ways to keep you moving.
Wake and Shake
Garden City Jazz hosts regular early morning dance sessions - complete with DJ - at Humanitree House. For $10 you can get your groove on before the break of dawn and then grab a fresh-pressed juice or smoothie to top off your morning.
One of Oxygen Fitness Studio's signature classes combines alternating cardio on the treadmill with then strength-training on the floor to focus on your entire body and keep you sweating from start to finish. Individual classes are $15.
If you’re a water lover, then mark your calendar for Benderdinker – an outdoor festival on the water in the fall with live music, barbecue, and brews. You could also rent (Savannah Rapids Kayak, Escape Outdoors, Outdoor Augusta) a kayak or SUP or schedule a kayak tour (Cole Watkins Tours) any time of the year.
Whether you want to hit a heavy-duty trail mountain bike trail or go for a more casual spin – we’ve got options for you. Bring your mountain bike with you to explore F.A.T.S – a nationally-recognized trail in Augusta’s River Region. Or rent bikes from the Bicycle Peddler at Savannah Rapids Pavilion and enjoy a leisurely pedal along the Augusta Canal National Heritage Area towpath.
Augusta's River Region offers a multitude of unique walking and running trails. These trails offer unsurpassed vistas, glimpses of endangered wildlife, and a wide variety of terrain to explore.