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Augusta Georgia
Hospitality Industry

Welcome to LodgingGuide's hospitality industry listings for the Augusta, Georgia area.

Home of the famous Masters spring golf tournament, and fed by the Savannah River which forms the border between South Carolina and Georgia, the land and waterways around Augusta are among the most fertile in the country and support a wide range of outdoor recreation alternatives. Established by Georgia’s founder James E. Oglethorpe in the mid-18th century, Georgia’s second oldest city was for many years the preferred resort area of wealthy Northerners, such as John D. Rockefeller, until Florida’s wilderness was brought under control. In the late 1800s and early 1900s, Augusta was the center of the world’s second largest inland cotton market, and many artifacts from that era have been preserved in the old Cotton Exchange Building. The museums and rural areas around Augusta still provide some of the best remaining glimpses of pre-Civil War southern plantation life and customs, and in the manners and hospitality of the residents and lodging options you still can experience the remnants of a bygone aristocracy.

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· Greater Augusta · Surrounding Communities
Lodging located in the Greater Augusta area. Bush Field Airport (AGS) is located 8 miles south of the city. Lodging options located in Augusta's nearby communities including Sylvania, Thomson and Waynesboro.
· Aiken, South Carolina · Columbia, South Carolina Metro
Lodging options located across the state line in Aiken, South Carolina and other nearby cities. Lodging options northeast of Augusta, in the Greater Columbia, South Carolina area.

Area Facts: Thurmond Lake, one of the largest inland lakes in the South, is located about 20 miles north of Augusta in both Georgia and South Carolina, has 1,200 miles of shoreline and 70,000 acres of surrounding public park. The area code for Augusta, Georgia is 706.

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