The Georgia side of Augusta’s River Region has all the things Augusta couldn’t contain in its city limits and a climate that’s perfect for enjoying the great outdoors most anytime of year. You may not be a master, but you can still practice your swing at local putt-putt courses. Or play another kind of golf at one the several disc golf courses. Since you’ll be right on the banks of the Savannah River, take advantage of the many water and camping adventures the area has to offer. When the weather doesn’t cooperate, visit the Fort Gordon Dinner Theatre, or the Laurel and Hardy Museum in Harlem. Sweet T’s Restaurant in Thomson is open for lunch—and worth the trip while you’re out.
It’s true: Georgia welcomes you anytime of year. But some things are better enjoyed in certain seasons. Steed's Dairy Farm & Corn Maze is one of the best fall attractions in the South. In the winter, the Lights of the South is an amazing attraction for kids of all ages. When the weather is good, the shows and events at the Evans Towne Center and Lady Antebellum Amphitheatre are incredible.
When you need a breath of fresh air outside the city, come unwind in one of the other corners of Augusta’s River Region in Georgia.