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Trellis Park:

Trellis Park, situated within the heart of RidgeWood Park, is an outdoor gathering place that invites residents to enjoy the low country lifestyle with neighbors and friends. Lit by old Savannah-style gas lanterns and furnished with comfortable outdoor seating, Trellis Park is the perfect spot to unwind and enjoy Richmond Hill’s temperate year-round weather.

RidgeWood Central Park:

Located in the center of RidgeWood Park, RidgeWood Central Park is the epicenter of the neighborhood. With a playground featuring swings, slides, and climbing walls, as well as a generous green space for an afternoon ballgame, the park is the ideal gathering spot for families with children. For healthy living, RidgeWood Central Park is also home to a community garden offering 48 plots, each 100 square feet in size. Residents are invited to grow fresh vegetables, flowers, and herbs within the community garden.

Red Bird WaterWay / Ogeechee River:  

Red Bird WaterWay is a wide and deep channel that merges into the Intracoastal Waterway, the Ogeechee River, and after a short journey, the Atlantic Ocean. Home of the planned WaterWays Marina, Red Bird WaterWay provides easy access to Georgia’s pristine barrier islands and beaches

Cottenham Trail:

The Cottenham Trail features five miles of back-country trails that are perfect for biking and pedestrians alike. Cottenham Trail beckons to those with a passion for exploration and a love of natural beauty. Whether you prefer an afternoon nature hike or a leisurely walk under century-old oak canopies, there’s an adventure waiting for everyone at WaterWays along the Cottenham  Trail.    

Ossabaw / Wassaw Islands:

Nestled along the Atlantic coast, Georgia’s barrier islands are among the most pristine tracts of land found anywhere in the United States. Ossabaw and Wassaw, barrier islands that lie between  the WaterWays community and the Atlantic Ocean, remain as unspoiled as they did thousands of years ago as approximately two-thirds of their properties are designated heritage preserves, parks, research reserves and wildlife refuges.  Visits to Ossabaw and Wassaw are not soon forgotten.

Native American Influences:

Dating back more than 5,000 years, the original WaterWays property was the home site for the first great Native American civilization in North America. With settlements located at various points along the Ogeechee River and RedBird WaterWays, evidence of life from this historic period has also been discovered within WaterWays,. Arrowheads, pottery, tools and even smoking pipes have been unearthed over the years, and are on display in the HeadWaters Welcome Cottage.

Conservation Areas and  Protected Wetlands:

The WaterWays property is framed by more than six miles of marsh frontage as well as over 2,000-acres of land managed by the Georgia Department of Natural Resources. The conservation land features a variety of native environments, including coastal uplands, sandy ridges, tidal creeks and wetland preserves.

WaterWays’ vision has always been to enhance its property’s natural beauty. To ensure the community and its surrounding land is preserved with the upmost respect, WaterWays’ developers walked every center-line of every fairway and lake edge, repeatedly, to ensure the  continued protection of every specimen tree or sensitive ecosystem.



WaterWays Township is centrally located to a number of key points of interest. The community is about 15 miles from Interstate 95, a primary transportation corridor serving the eastern coast. The City of Richmond Hill is located approximately 11 miles from WaterWays Township. Its small-town atmosphere, top-rated schools, coastal location, historic past and proximity to the commerce and culture of Savannah have contributed to Richmond Hill’s reputation and bright future as a great place to live.

Located only 31 miles from Savannah and 131 miles from Charleston, South Carolina, world-class shopping is only short drive away. For those looking to immerse themselves in local culture, the Spoleto Festival USA fills Charleston with performances by both renowned and emerging artists in the areas of opera, theatre, dance, and chamber, symphonic, choral and jazz music for 17 days and nights each spring. Richmond Hill is also home to local events all year long, including the revered Great Ogeechee Seafood Festival during the fall.

Richmond Hill boasts some of the Southeast’s top-rated medical professionals, with urgent care and private practice facilities easily accessible to the community. Additionally, St. Joseph’s Hospital, the premier health provider in the region, is located 26 miles away in Savannah.  Memorial Health is also located approximately 26 miles away.

For those with little ones, Richmond Hill offers a variety of childcare services, including The Children’s Village, Richmond Hill Pals, and Ford Academy. Additionally, the Richmond Hill Montessori Preschool offers another option for those with young children.


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