Many folks (especially down south) consider Labor Day to be the end of summer. Goodness knows, you can’t wear your white shoes anymore! With this holiday coming up, it’s a good time to get in those last moments of summer joy. Here’s a list of a few things you can do to pass the time in lovely Liberty County.

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Hinesville Farmers Market

1.Shop at the Farmers Market–The Hinesville Farmers Market continues through November, but right now you can get the end of summer’s harvest fruits and vegetables. Plus, there will be a special blues themed market on September 8th. Click here for more details.

2.Pick fresh fruit at Brewer’s Christmas Tree & Blueberry Farm–Muscadine and Scuppernong grapes, cooking pears and Japanese persimmons are all coming into season now. Head out to Brewer’s during the week or on a Saturday to fill your basket!

3.Have a picnic at Bryant Commons–This park is now open to the public daily from dusk until dawn, and it offers plenty of great spots to let the kids run free and enjoy a picnic in the shade.

4.Be a tourist for a day–Visiting our historical and cultural sites in Liberty County is a great way to brush up on your history. Take a day and explore one or all of them. From Revolutionary War history, to the Gullah-Geechee culture to the Civil Rights Movement and into the modern era, Liberty County has something to suit all tastes. Click here to see a list of all our historical and cultural sites and attractions.

kayak at dunham

Kayaks at Dunham Farms

5.Go fishing–Spending the day waiting for the fish to bite is a relaxing pastime for those so inclined. Liberty County has several places to fish, including two marinas and public docks. The scenery isn’t bad either, so kick back and enjoy the view while you fish. Find out more by clicking here.

6.Spend the day on the waterDunham Farms offers guided paddle events throughout the year or if you prefer to venture out on your own, there are plenty of spots on the water where you can take your boat. Find out more information by clicking here.

 

 

-Amanda Scott, Program Manager for the Liberty County CVB

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