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Pooler has it all!
Years ago, the saying “It’s Cooler in Pooler” was thought by some to be a bit silly. Pooler started as a sleepy railroad stop that served as a rest stop during the Civil War for General William Tecumseh Sherman and his troops during their March to the Sea.
For years, Pooler was mostly pine plantations and dairy farms. Over time, people recognized that Pooler was a well-kept secret. New neighborhoods and businesses started popping up. Over the years, organizations and companies such as the National Museum of the Mighty Eighth Air Force, JCB, Mitsubishi Power Systems, and Girl Scouts of America called Pooler home for their operations.
Now, Pooler has something for just about everyone, from golf to race cars, skating to movies, shopping to dining, and much more. Within the next year, Pooler will be home to a new water park as well as one of the largest shopping areas in the Low Country.