Basic Information

Augusta Canal National Heritage Area
1450 Greene Street, Suite 400
Augusta , GA 30901

To Main Visitor Center: From I-20 exit 200 Turn left onto Riverwatch Parkway & head toward downtown/medical district. Travel past the old textile mills and signs "Downtown & Medical District," (5 miles) move to right lane and exit right onto the flyover. Continue in right lane. At 2nd light (intersection of Greene & 15th St.), proceed straight onto Greene St. Enterprise Mill is immediately ahead. Turn right into Enterprise Mill parking at first or second driveway. Check website for directions to trails.

Various Visitor Centers

There are various visitor centers throughout the corridor.

Standard Hours

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Various Visitor Centers

There are various visitor centers throughout the corridor.

Standard Hours

  • Sunday: -
  • Monday: -
  • Tuesday: -
  • Wednesday: -
  • Thursday: -
  • Friday: -
  • Saturday: -

The weather varies throughout the year and even throughout the day. Please check the National Weather Service information at http://www.weather.gov for forecast information.

Entrance Fees:

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Augusta Canal is a National Heritage Area, a place designated by the U.S. Congress that best represents an important theme in American history. Augusta Canal tells the story of the Industrial Revolution in the American South. Built in 1845 to harness the water and power of the Savannah River, this canal brought textile and other manufacturing to the region in the era before, during and after the American Civil War. Augusta Canal is the oldest continuously operating hydropower canal in the United States.

Contact the Park

Mailing Address:

Augusta Canal National Heritage Area
1450 Greene Street, Suite 400

Augusta , GA 30901

Phone:

7068230440/8886598926

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