If you have or plan to have a family, finding a good education system when you move is vital. In North Augusta both public and private education are outstanding, with the public school district being ranked among the top 10 in the state. Here you will find two private schools, as well as a host of public ones, including three elementary schools, two middle schools, and two high schools, all achieving excellent educational standards. For further education opportunities, there are three universities, a medical college, two technical colleges, and a liberal arts college all in North Augusta vicinity.
North Augusta is home to an incredible 17 parks. These parks provide ample green space and leisure facilities for you and your family to enjoy, while protecting native flora and fauna. The largest, Riverview Park, covers an impressive 150 acres and features paved jogging and walking trails, tennis courts, baseball and softball fields, playgrounds, a picnic pavilion, large open spaces, and well-maintained woodland. Brick Pond Park is a haven for native plant life, but also welcomes the general public, allowing you to follow nature trails, sit and eat comfortably at the picnic pavilion, immerse yourself in the natural beauty of the flora and the waterfalls.
North Augusta boasts clubs and activities for residents of all ages. Your children can join a Scout group and earn their badges while learning valuable skills, making friends, and having fun. Mothers can find groups to attend with their infants, and senior can participate in an array of activities, including senior dancing, Alzheimer's support groups, and general senior groups. Art, craft, book, and history clubs abound in North Augusta, so whether you want to participate in a re-enactment or join a good old-fashioned quilting circle, you can find a club that suits your taste.