As the seat of the county government, Georgetown has always had a presence in the area. But with beach towns getting more crowded, Georgetown is really starting to grow.
Why Live Here
The town center is The Circle, anchored by the historic Brick Hotel and its on-site restaurant, The Counting House. With locally sourced ingredients, you’ll get to taste the entire region. Arena’s at the Airport is a favorite sandwich spot, and more restaurants and stores continue to help grow the area, like JD Shuckers, Bella Capri and the Walmart Supercenter.
Georgetown is also known for Sports on the Beach. This sports complex draws hundreds of thousands of recreational athletes annually and features 16 fully lighted baseball fields with dugouts and bleachers, a seasonal pool, fishing ponds, playgrounds, concessions and a brand new Indoor Academy building.
Additionally, Georgetown is only 15 miles from the beach, a quick commute if you want to let the daytime crowds die down for some quiet time in the evening.