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Whether you want to enjoy Port Wentworth’s outdoor delights or venture into historic Savannah or to the beaches of Tybee Island, Savannah’s Front Porch offers many options for adventure. You can also slip across the state line to laid-back Bluffton or cosmopolitan Hilton Head, South Carolina.

  • Monteith Community – Plantation slave Roderick Steele’s courageous acts, along with those of other plantation slaves at the battles around Monteith, are credited with giving Savannah residents enough time to evacuate during the American Civil War. Legend says that Roderick Steele was the water man for Sherman. He is buried at the Richmond Baptist Church in Port Wentworth.

View of Savannah River in Port Wentworth, Georgia
  • Butterducks Winery – No tour of Port Wentworth is complete without a visit to this special, small farm winery just outside of Savannah, in Effingham County, where fine wines are made from the fruits of Georgia. Whatever your flavor – from standard merlots, chardonnays and cabernets, to the super sweet scuppernong and Blackberry Bliss wines – you are invited to join in a wine tasting event or a personal picnic on the grounds. Or, sample Butterducks Winery wines at Moon River Brewing Company on Bay Street in Savannah, or at any of their other tasting room locations throughout Southeast Georgia. 912.728.WINE

  • Woods Seafood – Located at 711 Hwy. 30, Port Wentworth, this retail seafood market is a great place to fully savor the freshest flavors and scents of the South’s seafood industry. “Do the coast” with your choice of live crabs, shrimp, fish, oysters, crab legs, and many other ocean delicacies.

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