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As the capital city of Maine, Augusta offers plenty of attractions and things do if you live here. Enjoy Augusta's excellent schools, restaurants, recreational activities, and adventures among towering pines and leafy maples. Explore the scenic Kennebec River and the 18th-century Old Fort Western. Stroll along the riverside Capitol Park or walk the trails that wind through the gardens at Viles Arboretum. See the historic exhibits at the Maine State Museum. Visit the Blaine House, the state governor's residence, and the domed 19th-century Maine State House.
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Riverside Drive Park
With the convenient location in Augusta, Riverside Drive Park is a wonderful community with large homesites and exceptional amenities, including a clubhouse and outdoor pool. Live near great shopping, restaurants, schools, and state-of-the-art hospitals.View Community about Riverside Drive Park
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Frequently Asked Questions
- What are the best things to do in Augusta?
As the capital of Maine, Augusta offers plenty of indoor and outdoor activities for the whole family. The top things to do in Augusta are:
- Fort Western
- Maine State Museum
- State Capitol
- Viles Arboretum
- Holocaust Human Rights Center
- What are the best places to eat in Augusta?
Augusta may be small and charming, but its outstanding seafood anchors the food scene. You’ll discover restaurants that use locally sourced food, highlighted by seafood pulled from the nearby Atlantic. Farm-fresh ingredients from rural Maine will make your mouth water. Spice it up with Augusta’s delicious Thai, Chinese, and Mexican fare. Top your evening off with a beer at one of Augusta’s craft breweries.
- What is Augusta best known for?
As Maine’s capital city, Augusta is also home to Fort Western, the oldest wooden fort in the United States. The Kennebec River is the town’s centerpiece. You can gaze at the sailboats floating by, bike the adjacent Augusta Greenway Trail, or visit charming downtown Augusta for shopping and dining.
- How is the weather in Augusta?
Augusta enjoys a humid continental climate. The area experiences warm, mild summers and winters that regularly dip below freezing. Situated just an hour from the Atlantic Ocean, Augusta is the ideal place to live for anyone who prefers cooler weather all year.
- Does Augusta have public transportation?
Augusta offers low-cost, accessible public transportation through the Kennebec Explorer.