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Low Country Living

What is low country living? Life in the low country means waking up every morning to smell the fresh, salty air, brought in by a coastal breeze from the Atlantic. It’s only here where every day beckons the soul to step outside and enjoy life. Here at WaterWays, we take low country living seriously, by taking each day one step at a time: kayak around Hawk Island, take a quick stroll along our pedestrian trails, or cast a single line into Grand Lagoon. Slow down. Enjoy life’s richest experiences with us, here in the low country.

Savannah: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow

Located approximately 30 miles from WaterWays Township, Savannah’s rich culture, teeming history and buzzing arts scene is just a short drive north on I-95. From the very beginning, Savannah was destined to become more than just another quaint Southern town. As the oldest city in Georgia, founded in 1733 by James Edward Oglethorpe, Savannah continues its legacy as a unique city, with ample character and attitude. Today, this vibrant coastal city is as alive and well as ever, evidenced by its continued naming as one of the top 10 U.S. cities to visit by Conde’ Nast Traveler. Unquestionably, Savannah is a gracious city of the past, and will clearly be one for many years in the future.


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