Once you've found the perfect Augusta RV campground, you'll be ready to explore the city. You shouldn't have much trouble driving your RV around the Garden City, with Interstate 20 offering easy access to downtown. Just be wary of driving in mid-April when around 40,000 golf fans flock to the city for the Masters. You'll also find several stores near downtown, like Walmart, where you can park your motorhome for the day.
Augusta is the second-oldest city in Georgia and has some fascinating museums, including the Morris Museum of Art. The Morris Museum of Art is one of the oldest museums in the U.S. dedicated to the American South and has a collection of over 5,000 artworks. The collection includes everything from abstract paintings by Radcliffe Bailey to depictions of famous battles from the Civil War.
One of the most interesting historical sights in Augusta is the Boyhood Home of President Woodrow Wilson. The 28th president of the United States grew up in this house during the Civil War. The house is the oldest presidential residence in Georgia and a National Historic Landmark. Visitors can take a tour, see artifacts, and learn the history of former President Woodrow Wilson and his family.
Augusta is a beautiful city well worth exploring fully, and one of the best ways to see downtown is from the Augusta Riverwalk. The Augusta Riverwalk runs for several blocks along the Savannah River, passing landmarks like the Heroes’ Overlook and Saint Paul's Church. Highlights along the Riverwalk include the Japanese Garden and the Jessye Norman Amphitheater, which regularly hosts concerts and festivals.