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Golf Greens, Blue Water and
Everything in Between

Savannah is a nature-lover’s paradise. From winding rivers and vast marshland to sprawling parks lined with magnificent live oak trees draped in Spanish moss, the city’s outdoor landscape is simply breathtaking.
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golf courses

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miles of navigable waters

Savannah Quarters

There are numerous ways to take advantage of Savannah’s outdoor beauty, whether you enjoy fishing, lounging on Tybee Island’s beach, kayaking, hiking, biking or simply strolling through quaint squares. And of course, there is also the favorite pastime of porch sitting (and drinking sweet tea).

If your idea of serenity is a pristine green on a beautiful day or a boater’s paradise, Savannah’s the place to be.

The Savannah Bananas, a Coastal Plain League team made up of top college players from around the country, began playing in Grayson Stadium in 2016. After winning the championship their first year, the Savannah Bananas has played to a sold-out crowd every year since and is a firm favorite with local sports fans.

Savannah Bananas fun for the whole family

Other popular sporting events include the Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon and 1/2 Marathon, St. Patrick’s Day Rugby Tournament, Critz Tybee Run, Enmarket Savannah Hockey Classic and the Enmarket Savannah River Bridge Run.

Click here for information on Savannah’s outdoor options.

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Governor Brian P. Kemp today announced that e-waste recycling company Igneo Technologies will invest $85 million in opening its first U.S. electronics recycling facility at the Port of Savannah. This is expected to create at least 150 jobs in Chatham County once Igneo is fully operational. “Georgia continues to lead…

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On Sept. 8, Georgia Governor Brian P. Kemp announced that bioplastics company NANTRenewables, a subsidiary of NantWorks, will invest up to $29 million to build a manufacturing facility at SeaPoint Industrial Terminal Complex in Savannah. This venture will create 134 manufacturing jobs in Chatham County. Hiring is expected to begin…

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Governor Brian P. Kemp today announced the authorization to purchase a 2,284-acre economic development site in partnership between the State of Georgia and the Savannah Harbor-Interstate 16 Corridor Joint Development Authority (JDA). The strategic purchase of the Bryan County Mega-Site is the largest in state history. Officials from the Georgia…

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