Map of bike paths / walking paths in the Augusta area


Recreational trails for walking, running and cycling in Augusta, Georgia

Augusta, Georgia map area

Augusta, Georgia

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Augusta Canal Historic Trail Towpath

Evans to Locks Road Multi-Use Path

Knox Avenue Multi-Use Path

Lake Olmstead Trail

Mill Village Trail

Mill Village Trail

North Augusta Greenway

Palmetto Parkway Multi-Use Path

River Level Trail

Riverwalk Augusta

Riverwalk Augusta

Augusta is situated along the Savannah River on the border between Georgia and South Carolina. the city is famous for the Augusta National Golf Club which is one of the most famous golf courses in the world and the host of the Masters Tournament.

North Augusta, South Carolina, sits on the east side of the Savannah River and also has a number of recreational trails for bike riding and walking. The North Augusta Greenway is a 8.5-mile long paved pathway system that follows alongside the Savannah River and then heads north into the residential neighborhoods. There is also a 4.8-mile long paved bike path alongside the Palmetto Parkway.

Augusta Canal Historic Trails

The Augusta Canal follows alongside the Savannah River through the heart of Augusta. The canal was used for boat traffic heading up the river. Mules were used to pull boats along the canal and the old tow path sitll exists in places. This area is historic and quite beautiful with covered bridges and other relics of the past.

The 5.5-mile long unpaved Tow Path trail allows bikes and pedestrians. The wide level path is and provides a great place to take visitors and family. Other paths for bike riding and walking include the River Levee Trail, the Lake Ohlmstead Trail and the Mill Village Trail.

Evans to Locks Road Multi-Use Path

There is a 4.3-mile long paved pathway that is situated alongside the Evans To Locks Road that leads to the Savannah Rapids Park and the north end of the Augusta Canal Historic Trail Tow Path.


Following are links to official off-site resources to find out more details about the recreational trails located in Augusta, Georgia.

Individual Maps for Recreational Trails in Georgia

Here is a list of links to the individual maps for specific recreational trails in the State of Georgia.