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Nothing that spectacular about the scenery but it is a nice walking trail. There is picnic areas that you can take a lunch and eat. I wasn't sure about the safety of the walk as I wasn't that familiar with the area but otherwise we...More
I’m so glad that I chose this place over other parks that I’d read about. I enjoyed walking around the river- it was clean and I felt safe. It’s a nice walk overlooking the river and rapids. If you like nature (or have a dog),...More
The most important part of the walk between the Savannah River and the Augusta Canal is the towpath on the raised levee, originally designed for the mule drivers who towed the barges up and down the canal.
Whether you begin your walk or bike ride...More
Wonderful place to walk, run, relax. People of all ages will enjoy. Lots of parking. Kid friendly but be careful around the water as you are walking along the Augusta Canal. The drop off is steep on the canal side and the river side as...More
Walk down the canal road or ride bikes about a total of 1.2 miles. Just south of the I-20 overpass is a clearing on the left. There is easy access to the Savannah River. Bring a blanket ant towels. This is a wonderful place for...More
Stretch your legs for miles and take in the beautiful surroundings. Walk the dogs, ride bikes or rent kayaks for a few hours, you will not be disappointed here. Young children, teens, adults and senior adults all enjoy the walking trail and sound of the...More
I love walking and watching the water flow. Just taking a nice break. It is just beautiful. I was on a date so it did not go as I thought it would so I was not able to stay very long but just loved the...More
Our family loves the Savannah Rapids Park in Augusta, GA. We will frequently visit this park to get some fresh air, exercise (walk or ride bikes), and just spend some time as a family. The route from this park to the clearing is 2.6 miles...More