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Richmond Hill serves as a small community with a great deal to offer its residents and visitors. While visitors are impressed with the rich history, beautiful scenery and annual activities the community offers, the residents cherish those components and much more. Richmond Hill is a family oriented, coastal community, only 20 minutes from Savannah and the Savannah International Airport. Locals attribute the growth of Richmond Hill to the same factors that make Richmond Hill the five star community it is today. Among the most important growth factors: the excellent school system, low property taxes and the live, work, play package. Richmond Hill has active community involvement, countless recreational opportunities and many annual festivities to enjoy.

 

  Sterling Links Golf Course

 

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 With seadwarf paspalum, rolling fairways, and champion bermuda greens, Sterling Links is easily one of the most beautiful golf courses in the Southeast. Located in the heart of historic Richmond Hill, Georgia, Sterling Links was designed by Johnny Murphy, John Fesperman, and Billy Harkins. Their vision to create an affordable public golf course, entertaining and challenging to novice and expert alike, became reality and is garnering the reputation as the premier golf course on Georgia’s Golden Coast. Just ask any of its 300 members!

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 Fort McAllister Historic Park fortmcallistersign

 

Genesis Point, on the south bank of the Ogeechee evolved into Fort McAllister, one of our significant historical sites (now a State Park). The Confederate government built a fort here in 1862 to protect Savannah's "back door.” The park is known to have the best preserved earthwork fortification of the Confederacy.  The sand and mud earthworks were attacked seven times by Union ironclads, but did not fall until captured in 1864 by Gen. William T. Sherman during his infamous "March to the Sea" which ended in Bryan County.

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Fort McAllister Marina 

 

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For over thirty years, Fort McAllister Marina has served citizens and visitors easy access to the Ogeechee River. It now is known as one of Georgia's finest marinas. Fort McAllister Marina offers an over-the-water restaurant, fifteen acres of boat storage (covered and uncovered) and the largest fixed boat hoist in the state of Georgia. This marina has so much more to offer than other marinas on the Georgia coast. The location, just down river of the seven mile bend on the Ogeechee River, is truly picturesque. While sitting on the patio, docks or inside the waterfront restaurant and enjoying the view of tens of thousands of acres of salt marsh, you would never know I-95 is 10 miles down the road.

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This church, the oldest congregation in lower Bryan County, was certified by the Presbytery of Georgia in 1830. Its founders included rice planters on Bryan Neck, among them Thomas Savage Clay, Richard James Arnold and George Washington McAllister. The first meeting house was constructed in 1839 three miles north of this site on the Bryan Neck Road. The current sanctuary, the oldest public building in Bryan County, was built in 1885 after the first building burned. The cemetery, known as Burnt Church Cemetery, remains at the original site and includes the graves of the church's prominent early members. Read more...

Richmond Hill Historical Society  

rhhistoricalsocietyThe Richmond Hill Historical Society Museum is a repository of information and artifacts highlighting the history of Ways Station, Richmond Hill, Bryan Neck, Keller, and all of Bryan County. We also act as an unofficial welcome center; directing visitors to places of interest in our area. The building that the Museum is housed in was built by Henry Ford in 1941 and acted as the public Kindergarten for local children.

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Midnight Star Pottery

 

Midnight Star Pottery is a fun and unique way of celebrating any special occasion. They offer birthday parties, office parties, ladies groups, military family groups, bridal showers, baby showers and much more! Within Midnight Star Pottery, one can purchase pottery or create their own pottery. They also offer the opportunity to create a glass fusion or paint a previously made figure. It is a fun, creative place to for all ages.

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Ogeechee River Fun

ogeecheeMany folks choose to move to Richmond Hill to simply escape the ruckus of larger cities and move into an area that offers a more relaxed atmosphere. The Ogeechee River brings more than people to the area; it brings smiles to faces, boats to the water, fish to reels, feet to sand and dreams to reality. The Ogeechee River offers residents and visitors countless activities for the Richmond Hill community

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