The Augusta Riverwalk is a multi-level brick trail spanning from 6th to 10th Streets along the banks of Savannah River and serves as the front porch of our city and one of our most popular parks. Whether you're looking to stroll or exercise, we've compiled some of the "Top Things To Do At The Augusta Riverwalk."
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During the summer, kids and dogs love the giant fountain that shoots from the brick-lined plaza at the 8th Street entrance. Explore the upper level to find interpretive plaques about Augusta's history and a view of the lower-level playground. From the upper level, you can also access the Morris Museum of Art and walk to the end point where you'll find the Augusta Museum of History.
Where is the parking for the Augusta Riverwalk?
Parking can be found near the Riverwalk entry points on 10th Street by the Augusta Marriott, in a large lot near the 8th Street entrance and the 6th Street entrance near the Augusta Museum of History.
Are there attractions near the Augusta Riverwalk?
Yes. The Morris Museum of Art is located at the 10th Street entrance, the Augusta Museum of History is located at the 6th Street entry, the 5th Street Pedestrian Bridge is nearby on 5th Street, a block over is the Springfield Village Park, and a couple of blocks over is downtown Augusta located on Broad Street.
Are there places to eat near the Augusta Riverwalk?
Yes, there are several restaurants located near the Riverwalk and plenty in downtown Augusta, which is just a few blocks over on Broad Street.
Is the Augusta Riverwalk wheelchair accessible?
Yes. A wheelchair can access the Riverwalk via entry points on 10th Street by the Augusta Marriott, in a large lot near the 8th Street entrance and the 6th Street entrance near the Augusta Museum of History.
Are dogs allowed on the Augusta Riverwalk?
Yes. The Riverwalk is a great place for leashed dogs. Due to a large number of walkers, runners, families, and children, you're encouraged to keep your dog on a leash.
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