Dorchester Academy

Address: 8787 East Oglethorpe Highway, Midway, GA 31320
Phone: (912) 884-2347
Website: http://dorchesteracademyia.org/.

The Dorchester Academy was founded in 1871 by the American Missionary Association (now the United Church of Christ) as a school for freed slaves. By 1917, the fully-accredited high school had an enrollment of 300 students.  Although the academic program ended in the 1940’s when a consolidated school for black youth was built in nearby…

Dorchester Shooting Preserve

Address: 2640 Sunbury Road, Midway, GA 31320
Phone: (912) 884-6999
Website: http://huntdsp.com/.

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

Dorchester Village Civic Center

Address: 1804 Islands Hwy., Midway GA 31320
Phone: 912-884-3342
Website: http://dvciviccenter.org/.

The Dorchester Village Civic Center is located in the Old Dorchester Consolidated School, a picturesque old brick schoolhouse located in the coastal part of Liberty County approximately 16 miles from Hinesville. Containing 7,400 square feet which includes a large auditorium, five classrooms, and a full kitchen it is available for rental for occasions such as banquets,…

Flemington Driving Tour

Address: 156 Old Sunbury Road, Flemington, GA
Phone: (912) 877-3223
Website: http://www.flemingtonga.com/.

If 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: Here

Fort Morris State Historic Site

Address: 2559 Fort Morris Road, Midway , GA 31320
Phone: (912) 884-5999
Website: http://www.gastateparks.org/info/ftmorris/.

Fort Morris State Historic Site was built to defend the former town of Sunbury, which was once a bustling seaport second in Georgia only to Savannah. Fort Morris was used as a coastal fortification during the Revolutionary War. The earthen works were reconstructed during the War of 1812 and were later used as a Civil War…