Ever wondered why people in Georgia say it’s always cooler in Pooler? Not only is it one of the friendliest cities in the countries, but the town is also rich with history and has a brighter future to look forward.
What started out as a small railroad station outside of Savannah in 1838 has grown to become an active community. The town was named after Robert W. Pooler in honor of his study of rail routes all through the state of Georgia.
The town of Pooler has got some interesting facts about the city such as the infamous stay of General William Tecumseh Sherman who made his stay in the city just before leaving for their March to the Sea and the siege of Savannah.
With the low crime rate, new shopping areas and small-town vibe, you can enjoy one of Georgia’s fasting growing cities in a whole, new exciting way.
Pooler offers visitors and residents plenty of things to do and enjoy as it is also just a short drive from the historic town of Savannah. The city of Pooler is conveniently located along the interstate connection to the famous Tybee beach and historic districts to visit.