Grove Point Plantation

4.75 Votes

Grove Point Plantation is a perfect place for people who are interested to know the connection between the past and present. Well, it is a wonderful place to spend some time, and its rich history makes your time out over here all the more intriguing. The comprehensive authentic culture of the place, and a perfect blend of modern amenities make this place favorable for a large variety of people. There’s a lot to do here in the Grove Point Plantation including, exploring the ancient stories, relishing regional cuisine, or delving into some fun outdoor activities. It is certainly one of the best places to spend some time away from the urban chaos!

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  • Grove Point Plantation Address: 2298 Grove Point Rd, Savannah, GA 31419, USA, United States
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  • Cape Fear was filmed at the plantation house. Beautiful grounds, gracious home and great movie of the early 1960s.

  • Spent an afternoon here for my wife's company picnic. Beautiful grounds and plantation house. The out buildings were nice as well. Relaxing walk along the boardwalk and ground looking out over the marsh and river. Interesting to learn that Cape Fear (original) had scenes filmed here. It's owned by Great Dane Trailers and isn't open to the public without invitation (as far as I know).

  • Very nice place!

  • It's a step back in time...:)

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