Attractions

Historic Downtown Hinesville

Downtown HinesvilleDowntown Hinesville offers a unique blend of progress and history; new and old. If shopping is your passion, browse through some of the available specialty shops featuring name-brand collectibles to formal wear. Dining experiences also abound, with a specialty candy shop to a regionally known German restaurant.

For more information contact the City of Hinesville or the Hinesville Downtown Development Authority 

Flemington Driving Tour

flemingtonIf you would like to enjoy a Sunday drive, be sure to check out the Flemington Driving Tour. The tour winds through the community showcasing the historic community, homes and what is left of the prior community, Gravel Hill.

Downloadable brochure: http://www.flemingtonga.com/images/FLEMINGTON_BROCHURE.pdf

The Liberty County Historical Society

libertyHistoricalSocietyThe Liberty County Historical Society is a treasure trove of information about the entire county. They will be opening a museum in downtown Hinesville soon, but until then enjoy readying articles about the communities.

Website: http://libertyhistory.org/

Cay Creek Wetlands Interpretive Center

CayCreekCay Creek Wetlands Interpretive Center is an excellent example of tidal, freshwater wetlands, which provides a unique opportunity for education and appreciation. The area is rich in diversity- Bay, Cypress, and Oak trees are abundant, as are Palms, Palmettos, and Magnolias. The area provides the habitats for numerous species of animals, including birds, mammals, reptiles, amphibians, and insects.

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Geechee Kunda

Geechee KundaGeechee Kunda is a living history museum that represents the vanishing Geechee culture. Preserving customs brought to America from the Africa’s, the goal is to educate visitors while also entertaining them. Geeche Kunda hosts numerous community events throughout the year celebrating the African and Geechee cultures.

Website:  http://www.geecheekunda.com/

Hinesville Area Arts Council

HAAC GalleryThe Hinesville Area Arts Council is devoted to encouraging and educating people about the arts in Liberty County. Numerous classes are offered each month for students aged two to 102 on topics ranging from oil painting to theatre make-up. Visitors can enjoy a monthly artists reception to welcome in the new exhibit at the gallery, which rotates every month.

Website:  www.hinesvillearts.com

Warriors Walk

warriors walkWarriors Walk is decorated with Crape Myrtle trees, planted to act as a symbol of life and be a living tribute to the brave 3rd Infantry Division soldiers who lost their lives in action.

Website: http://www.stewart.army.mil/info/?id=449

Dorchester Shooting Preserve

DorchesterShootingPreserveLocated near Midway, this shooting preserve offers it all for a weekend away from home. Enjoy quality dining, accommodations and of course, spectacular hunting.

Website:  www.huntdsp.com

Bluff Creek Stables

bluffcreekBluff Creek Stables is available for riding lessons (saddle seat, western and hunt seat), horse boarding and training on beautiful Colonels Island.

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Dixie Stables

dixiestablesDixie Stables is the longest operating riding facility in Liberty County. Saddle seat riding lessons are available for students 6 years and up. Horse leasing and boarding is available.

Website:  http://dixiestables.weebly.com/

Gravel Hill Farms

gravelHillFarmsGravel Hill Farms is a full service riding and training facility. Students of all ages and abilities welcome, riding lessons are available in saddle seat, western and hunt seat. Horse boarding and training available.

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Brewers Christmas Tree-Blueberry Farm

brewersChristmasFarmEnjoy prize winning Christmas trees that you can cut yourself, a petting zoo, hayrides, plus enjoy fresh fruit during the summer months.

Website:  http://www.brewerchristmastreefarm.com/