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Every day that I was at my conference, I would walk along the beautifully decorated and maintained route. I was very pleased to learn so much history of this old town, too, while enjoying the river view! lots of areas for children to play, too,...More
We took a stroll along the Savannah river while we were visiting Augusta. It was an interesting to read the plaques along the way to read the history of Augusta. I did not know “cotton was king” in Augusta.
This is the best place to go for a long walk with family or friends. It is an unpaved path with massive trees lining both sides and the canal nearby. You can also go canoeing. You can also bring the entire family and grill and...More
The river walk it’s self is amazing for great leisurely strolls and for very pretty views. You can see the properties located across the river and stroll along the path. The only down side is the area you have to traverse to get there. The...More
We had to evacuate our home in South Carolina due to hurricane Florence. We ended up in Augusta GA. Since we had never been there we decided to take the time and look around. We checked out the River walk and were very surprised at...More
This site will give you an unbiased overview. They do have a web site but Trip adviser would not let me send you it.
Augusta Canal National Heritage Area
1450 Greene Street, Suite 400
Augusta, Georgia 30901 • 706-823-0440
On the town side of the levee (the upper part of the Riverwalk) are several restaurants... we were there one night and ate at Boll Weevil (Southern fare)… it was pretty good, and no reservation required...