Augusta GA Senior Living
The city of Augusta is known for its rich history and outdoor attractions. Seniors who want to retire in an environment of fun and relaxation will love the Augusta lifestyle.
Augusta is perhaps best known for hosting the PGA Masters Tournament during the first full week of April. In addition to golf, Augusta is home to a number of other sports including baseball, arena football, and ice hockey.
If you’re more interested in arts and culture, rest assured there’s plenty to see in Augusta. Start with the Augusta Museum of History or visit Woodrow Wilson’s boyhood home. You could also wander down to the Morris Museum of Art. For the nature lover, there’s the Phinizy Swamp Nature Park or the ever-popular Riverwalk Augusta. Other notable area attractions include the Augusta Canal, Clarks Hill Lake, Confederate Powderworks, Cotton Exchange, or Fort Discovery. And don’t miss “Arts in the Heart,” a monthly first-Friday downtown celebration on Artists Row.
As far as the weather is concerned, it’s hard to beat the warm Georgia climate. That is, as long as you’re a fan of mild, short winters and warm summers.
In the 2010 census, Augusta’s population totaled nearly 200,000. Of that number, more than 10% were 65 or older. Residents will also be happy to learn that Augusta boasts a relatively good economy and acts as a regional center for medicine, biotechnology, and military.
If you’re looking for a great place to retire, don’t miss out on Augusta. Just visit one of our nearby Holiday Retirement communities, and we’ll gladly show you around!
Senior Living Communities near Augusta, GA