Located approximately eleven miles from the quiet, family community of Richmond Hill, Georgia, WaterWays Township is one of the premier Georgia gated communities with the richest of life experiences to offer. This green community is set on 2,300 acres of beautiful country, and was planned and created long before eco-friendly home sites were popular. From the coastal marshlands to intricate waterways, the landscape unfolds with natural vegetation to marvel at and hardwood canopies under which you can enjoy a peaceful hike or bike ride.
There are plenty of activities for those who live in WaterWays Township. On the Grand Lagoon, you can enjoy a peaceful afternoon of canoeing or kayaking, or you could go fishing with friends or family. Water trails run throughout the landscape and can connect you to parks and social areas, as well as other pristine lagoons.
Planned amenities at WaterWays include their Golf Course, Marina, and Swim and Fitness Club, which can also be accessed by boat or kayak. At WaterWays Township, water is more than a thing to be looked at and enjoyed. It truly is a way of life.
In addition to the many water-based activies, you can also bike or hike along the Cottenham Trail, a five-mile stretch of multi-purpose trail. WaterWays also boasts a community garden with 72 plots, each 100 square feet, offering its residents the chance to grow fresh vegetables and herbs.
Even with all there is to do at WaterWays, you might want to take a day trip to nearby Richmond Hill, where you can enjoy the town’s southern charm and rich history. In the small town of 20,000, you can enjoy activities such as fishing or visiting the many local parks, as well as dining on supreme local seafood.
In addition, WaterWays is not far from the cultural hub of Savannah, only a thirty-minute drive up the coast. In Savannah, you could take a visit to Tybee Island, Savannah’s beach, which contains five miles of beautiful beach backed by sprawling sand dunes. Or you could take a walk along River Street, with runs along the Savannah River. There, you will find century-old former cotton warehouses that have been converted into antique shops, boutiques, art galleries, restaurants, and pubs. If you’re making a weekend of it, you could stay at one of the fabulous inns or hotels located along the river.
Beyond Savannah, the entire area of coastal Georgia boasts a rich history. At WaterWays, the history stretches back 5,000 years to Native American civilizations. On this land, excavators have unearthed many Native American artifacts, including arrowheads, pottery, and tools. In addition, the land on which WaterWays was built once belonged to Henry Ford.
Whatever your passion, be it kayaking or canoeing, fishing, hiking or biking, or exploring the rich history of an ancient area, WaterWays Township has something to offer you.