For those who are unaware, Georgetown is located in Chatham County, Georgia and has a population of over 11,000 people. Georgetown falls opposite the Little Ogeechee River as well as just outside of the city of Svannah. Georgetown is known as a "suburban bedroom community" of Savannah meaning most of its adult residents work in Savannah but reside in Georgetown.
Georgetown, Georgia is a fairly recently community. In fact, that was mostly built during the 1970s and some construction even bleeds into the 1980s. That said, there are still new subdivisions being built in Georgetown even to this day. Besides residential homes, Georgetown is home to shopping facilities, school, and more. For those of you in the Savannah area, or even those visiting the greater Savannah area, you'll be happy to know that Georgetown is home for many things to do.
Believe it or not, beer lovers can rejoice if they're near Georgetown. Georgetown is home to quite a few craft breweries as well as micro-brews in the area. If you're on the look out for quality beer, fun with friends, and even more so, a great meal then Georgetown is for you.
If you are in or around the Georgetown area then be sure to have a visit at any one of the following pubs or breweries. If beer is your thing then you'll surely be left not only satisfied but happy that you did.
- Benning Brew Pub
- Cannon Brewpub
- Chattahoochee Brewing
- Miller Brewing
- Olde Auburn Ale House
If you're interested more in culture than you are in beer and spirits then you're in luck. Georgetown is a hotbed of culture. Georgetown is 3% Native American, and is so culturally diverse that non-white cultures make up a whopping 30% of the area.
When you're in the metropolitan Georgetown area, you'll be able to take in all of the sights and sounds of places such as the following.
- Barbour County State Wildlife Management Area
- Blue Springs State Park
- Chattahoochee Brewing
- Chattahoochee State Park
- Chewacla State Park Lake
- Florence Marina State Park
- Great Falls
- World's Largest Soda Bottle
You read that right, not far from Georgetown is the world's large soda bottle. Just off of exit 141 on I-35, you'll find the world's tallest soda Bottle. Not only will you "ooh" and "ahh" at the site of Pop's Soda Bottle but you'll be able to sit back and enjoy some of their old time drinks with a vibe that simply isn't found today. So be sure to visit.
All in all we think you'll be pleasantly surprised by how many fun and exciting things to do there are in the greater Georgetown area. Whether you're looking for fun and nightlife or simply want some outdoors and culture, Georgetown has it all. We can't wait for your visit.