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We’re Boilin’, Grillin’ and Fryin': Three of the Many Ways to Prepare Georgia Shrimp

August 27, 2015 by

Benjamin Buford Blue, aka “Bubba,” said it best to Forrest Gump, “You can boil it, broil it, bake it, sauté it…pan fried, deep fried…” And the list goes on. What are we talking about? Shrimp. And lots of ways to prepare it. Today, we’re sharing our top three favorite ways to prepare the “fruit of […]

What to Pack When Paddling Our WaterWays

August 21, 2015 by

Living the outdoors lifestyle is a must for WaterWays families. Whether you’re joining our community from the Aloha State of Hawaii or making a short move from Atlanta, we want all of our residents to fully enjoy all that WaterWays has to offer, especially the water. One of our favorite water activities is kayaking. We […]

WaterWays Township, Home to More Than 5000 Years of Georgia History

August 7, 2015 by

WaterWays Township is a community esteemed with historic pride. At the heart of the WaterWays mission is sustainability, with the goal to keep our land in pristine condition for future generations. Additionally, we intend to preserve the rich history that was here long before our thriving community. Did you know that the WaterWays Township land […]

Explore WaterWays During the New Resident Island Cruise

August 3, 2015 by

Water’s influence is central to life at WaterWays Township. From saltwater tidal creeks to the pristine Grand Lagoon, we want to make sure that our new residents get the full experience of what our community offers, and what better way to explore our local waterways than by boat? WaterWays Township and Bull River Tours invite […]

The best way to Generate a new Poem.

July 30, 2015 by

Producing a poetry is dependant on watching the world within just or even about anyone. Any composition may be about anything, from adore to the particular rusty door at the outdated village. Producing beautifully constructed wording may help you be a little more eloquent and also enhance your own linguistic type. Even so, it really […]


Back to School at WaterWays

July 29, 2015 by

Class is in session! Next week, Bryan County starts the new school year fresh on Monday, August 3 and this weekend, WaterWays is soaking up every last ounce of summer vacation by celebrating big at the Back to School Bash! Join us this Saturday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at WaterClub West to send […]

Create a Wildlife Friendly Landscape at WaterWays

July 15, 2015 by

Conserving the integrity of the naturally stunning WaterWays property has been a cornerstone of its mission since its start in 2008. The latest blog article from the University of Georgia’s Center for Urban Agriculture Extension, “Create a Wildlife-Friendly Landscape” focuses on just that: building a landscape that invites native birds, butterflies and other animals to […]

WaterWays Celebrates Independence Day

July 10, 2015 by

Last Saturday, WaterWays residents partied like it was 1776 at the community’s “All-American Celebration.” Families gathered at WaterClub West for an afternoon of all-American wholesome fun including games, swimming and more. Red, white and blue were the colors of the day as resident children decorated their bicycles, tricycles and wagons with streams, ribbons, flags and […]

Happy Fourth of July!

July 2, 2015 by

Happy Independence Day from WaterWays Township!


It’s An All-American July Fourth Celebration

June 25, 2015 by

Whether you’re celebrating in the low country of Richmond Hill, the Hamptons in New York or the warm West Coast in California, the Fourth of July is one of the most celebrated holidays across the nation. It’s a time for friends, family and neighbors to gather together and celebrate the freedom we live each and […]