Long before the Civil War and its colonization by the British, Augusta has a rich ancient history that dates back to the indigenous people who lived along the river banks. Today, Augusta is one of the largest cities in Georgia and brings in hundreds of golfers and fans from around the country to The Masters golfing tournament. While many of our Augusta movers are avid golf fans, we know that there’s much more to this beautiful and distinct city.
Enjoy the outdoors? Augusta boasts plenty of opportunities for nature lovers and casual walkers alike. Stroll along the city’s beautifully manicured Riverwalk to take in the majestic Savannah River. If you want to get your toes wet, rent a boat or kayak to get a little bit more of an outdoor adventure in the heart of the city. For those who like to play rough, test your skill and guts on the mountain biking trails of the Forks Area Trail System, renowned for its mileage and flow. And though you might not be a master, the warm, Georgia weather means you have plenty of places to play golf whether you’re a beginner at the Municipal Golf Course or you have dreams of going pro.
One of the things we love about our city besides James Brown is good, ol’ fashion southern hospitality. From cheese grits to smoky BBQ, Georgians know how to do food right. Try some Cajun specialties at the French Market Grille or a little something more unique, like upscale soul food at Frog Hollow. If cocktails and drinks are more your vice, Augusta has numerous bars, breweries, and distilleries that will complement your food or to enjoy by itself.
Whether you’re a young couple looking for adventure in the south or a family searching for a new spot to call home, Daniel Moving Systems is your professional moving and storage solution to help you get here. Our Augusta moving company will work with you to create a personalized moving plan suited to your needs and budget. Chat with one of our moving specialists today or fill out our online quote form to get a free estimate!
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