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Liberty County visit

Liberty County also presents a great place to escape and enjoy some free time in a touristic way. It has a really wide range of different places that will satisfy anybody’s taste.

Bryant Commons

Presents ideal setting for corporate events and smaller parties, festivals, and wedding receptions. The property is located on the beautiful 150-acre site in the heart of Downtown Hinesville. The Bryant family made this property as a “passive park” for everybody to enjoy while visiting this place. Now it features Cisco’s dog park, Bramble’s playground, outdoor amphitheater and the ITPA museum. Also, there is Veterans Memorial Walk is located in the park.

Brewer’s Christmas Tree-Blueberry Farm

It is very fun to visit this place and to enjoy prize of winning Christmas trees that you can cut yourself. Besides that, you will find tasteful gift shop of homemade jellies and jams, unique gift items by the petting zoo and hayrides. If you are visiting in summer, there are even more tasteful moments like picking blueberries while cooking pears and Japanese persimmons. You may get all information about seasonal harvests by calling them.

Bluff Creek StablesBluff Creek Stables

Animal lovers should not pass by this training facility. This riding academy offers high-quality service for house riders and owners. No matter if it is recreational riding, advance riding lesson or training for show horses they will find just the right horse for your needs. Children and adults are welcome any time by professional riding instructors.

Cay Creek Wetlands

Nature lovers will breathe fully at this place. Education and appreciation of nature in on the highest standards in this area. Diversity says it all. Starting from Oak trees, Cypress, Palms, and Magnolias to an area that provides outnumbering species of mammals, birds, amphibians, and reptiles.

Dorchester Academy

Individuals interested in Civil Rights should check out this stop which belongs to one of the 11 stops in Georgia on the U.S. Civil Rights trail. Its importance is based on role in Civil Rights Movement. This school was founded in 1871 for freed slaves and by 1917 already had 300 students. In 1940 it became an institute for political and social change beside community development.

Historic Baptismal Trail

Historic Baptismal TrailIt is very interesting to visit a place where the ancestors of the local Geechee communities baptized their new faith members. This ritual of Christian baptism was performed by leaders of a congregation of enslaved people. From 1854 enslaved Africans continued this practice at the site until the early 1940s in the renamed Church of First African Baptist Church.

These are just some of the significant places and true gems that everybody should visit in Liberty County of Georgia. Drop by, and place will do the rest for you.

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This place matters

Liberty County in Georgia is a small place of huge historical importance. There is an outnumbering list of historical places to visit, and historical lovers should not pass by this place. It presents a real gem of the historical picture in the USA.

Bacon Fraser House

It is built two years after Hinesville was founded. It is situated on the eastern boundary of the town, and it rests on Savannah brick piers. Plantation plain style represents a real work of the best craftsmen of the day. It is only building that survived the early Hinesville’s settlement period. Sherman’s army assaulted the plantation with looting and burning. House was spared, but the other parts like barn and outbuilding were destroyed by Northern troops.

Flemington Presbyterian Church

Built in Greek revival style and made mainly of yellow pine it is founded on a brick pier foundation. Its bell is originally from Midway, Georgia. Floors are made from pine and walls are plastered, and it contains three original mahogany chairs way back form 1887. Its gallery on the second floor was used by slaves and later by freed men.

Liberty Armory Site

Liberty ArmoryThe oldest cavalry company in Georgia is known as the Liberty Dragoons and later the Liberty Independent Troop. The soldiers of Liberty County reorganized themselves into a troop of cavalry returning from the Revolution. Since that time this military company has been engaged in every war, this country was included. They had a great role in France in World War I, then also in World War II in New Guinea. Some of the most colorful tournaments and remarkable parades of the Old South take place at this armory site.

Midway Historic District

Is consisted of 20 acres surface on which you may find the Midway Museum, Midway Congregational Church and Cemetery and the Old Sunbury Road taking its history all the way from the 18th century. The church is a large historical point made of wood, and it is built to replace an earlier church. This earlier church was burned by the British in great Revolutionary War. Museum presents typical 18th century raised cottage in a modern reconstruction and Old Sunbury Road is built during the early years of Georgia’s statehood. On the cemetery are buried some notable Georgians like Senator John Elliott and Congressman and Governor Nathan Brownson.

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Liberty Trail in Georgia

This is a unique tour that offers a diverse experience which integrates ecology, culture and great history. This is the best that Liberty County may offer to his guests. Visiting this great cultural, ecological and historical points presents remarkable experience.

Midway Congregational Church and Cemetery

This church survived occupation during Sherman’s march to the Sea. It is built on the same spot as the church before that is burned by British and was a famous sanctuary for freed slaves. At this cemetery may be found famous names buried, that significantly contributed during Revolutionary War.

Midway Museum and Gallery raised in a cottage style structure presents a typical 18th-century plantation home. You may find there outnumbering document, furnishings, and exhibits used in colonial days and through the Civil War.

Melon Bluff Nature Preserve offers great adventure through river tours, birding hikes and picnics through its lands of saltmarsh, creek swamps, and woodland which were once the part of an old rice plantation.

Seabrook Village situated on 104-acre property presents an award-winning living history museum. One room school, washing clothes on scrub board or grinding corn into meal are just some moments from this old time village life presented by a costumed interpreter.

Fort Morris created as a great defender of Sunbury which was a famous seaport once in Georgia. It was used as a coastal fortification during Revolutionary War.

Sunbury CemeterySunbury Cemetery presents permanent home of earlier citizens and final resting place of several coastal Georgia’s first residents.

Cay Creek Wetland Park offers over 100 different species of plants and trees where outnumbering species of wild animals, reptiles, and birds found its habitat.

LeConte-Woodmanston Botanical Gardens was a property in the form of rice plantation started by John Eaton LeConte. Was under a lot of threats by Spanish and certain Native Americans throughout the history. This nature trail leads to former rice fields over a trunk canal and a cypress swamp. All the way through the property are signs which identify plants and wildlife. This is an experience you don’t want to miss.

Dorchester Academy one of 11 important stops on the U.S. Civil Rights trail in Georgia presenting one of the first schools for freed slaves.