North Augusta, South Carolina

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An Excellent Place To Call Home!

North Augusta is a city in Aiken and Edgefield counties in the state of South Carolina, on the north bank of the Savannah River. Conveniently located along the Savannah River in the Augusta/Aiken Metropolitan area, North Augusta is minutes away from neighboring Cities of Augusta and Aiken and other entities such as Fort Gordon. Its location allows North Augusta to offer its residents all the advantages of a big city living while still maintaining a small-town charm. History lovers take in the downtown historic district, which was listed in 2004 on the National Register of Historic Places. Then there is the Augusta Museum of History, a great collection of artifacts and tidbits focusing on the city’s place in cultural history. But for a true, immersive experience, there is nothing like a Civil War re-enactment like the Battle of Aiken, which is re-fought each year in nearby Aiken, S. C. Compared to the rest of the country, North Augusta’s cost of living is 12.4% lower than the U.S. average and with its superb location, progressive government, quality growth, quaint neighborhoods, and friendly people North Augusta is an excellent place to call home!


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Things To Do In North Augusta

Attractions & Amenities

The Aiken County Farmers Market is the oldest county farmers’ market in continuous service in the same location in S.C. Vendors sell fresh produce, baked goods, meat, honey, and dairy products, along with handmade crafts. Goods are displayed on tables built by farmers and their families of Aiken County over 50 years ago. The Market, even now, is a place where conversation and recipes are shared with friends, old and new. It is open every Saturday year-round and, during the summer, on Tuesdays and Thursdays, too.

The close proximity, 5 miles, to downtown Augusta allows residents to enjoy Augusta’s vibrant nightlife and family-oriented atmosphere. The Morris Museum of Art showcases local and historic artists. Visit the Boyhood Home of President Woodrow Wilson or enjoy the great outdoors with a stroll on the Augusta Riverwalk,  take in a live concert at the Riverwalk’s Jessye Norman Amphitheater, or watch the kids play in the fountain during the warm months or at the children’s playground year-round. Explore the city of Martinez with a Cole Watkins Kayak Tour. You may visit the Augusta Canal National Historic Area Headgates on your kayak tour but this is also a great day trip to travel on foot.

Things To Do

Attractions and Amenities

A 17-mile drive to the City of Aiken gives residents the opportunity to explore one of the most diverse collections of trees found in any municipal landscape. Nowhere is the botanical treasure more spectacular than along Colleton Avenue. A seven-block section of the street has been turned into the Aiken Arboretum Trail. It features more than 100 trees, including 11 species of oak, five different pines, a variety of cedars, hollies and magnolias and Southern classics like dogwood, crepe myrtle and pecan.

In need of a quality Italian taste? Bringing Italy to North Augusta, Antonio’s Italian Eatery provides the C.S.R.A. with some of the best foods around! Enjoy everything from pizza to pasta, sandwiches to party trays!

Top Golf is the premier entertainment destination in Augusta where you can come for birthday parties, bachelor or bachelorette parties, corporate events, date nights, or just a night out with friends, and everyone will have a great time. No matter the occasion, we believe that every great time starts with play, is fueled by food and drinks, moved by music and all made possible through community.

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