5 Things to Do Without Snow
We are officially in the fall season with winter peeking its head around the corner. Some areas around the country are experiencing super-low temperatures with heavy snow already! In Liberty County, we’re still at a balmy 80 degrees and snow isn’t something we normally plan for. So we thought we’d give you a list of 5 things to do without snow in Liberty County!
Go for a kayaking adventure!
Head down to the coast and visit the Sunbury Crab Company to rent a kayak and enjoy a beautiful day on the water. This spot has direct access to the Intracoastal waterway, so keep those tides in mind here. You can venture through the marsh and relax in the sun. Schools of dolphins are known to frequent this area, so keep your eyes open! Come back and order some fresh seafood and a cold beverage when you’re done!
Even though it’s not super chilly outside, it’s definitely nice enough to have bonfires with some neighbors or close friends. You can pull out a guitar or even enjoy some s’mores by the fire. Sit back, relax and enjoy that stunning coastal sunset while being warmed by a beautiful fall bonfire.
Brewers Christmas Tree Farm
Enjoy prize-winning Christmas trees that you can cut yourself, a petting zoo, hayrides and a gift shop with homemade jams and jellies. You can find wreaths made from fresh cuttings and unique gift items all in one spot! Take a family or a day trip for two at this local gem in Liberty County.
Dorchester Shooting Preserve
Dorchester Shooting Preserve is a 5,000-acre hunting hotspot tucked away into the pines and oaks, just outside of Midway. One of the biggest highlights of the property are the bird hunting options which include quail and pheasant. Hunters can enjoy half-day or full-day hunts complete with well-trained hunting dogs and guides to assist. No matter if you prefer hunting, fishing or simply getting back to the basics in the great outdoors, Dorchester Shooting Preserve definitely has plenty of options to enjoy.
Cay Creek Wetlands
Cay Creek Wetlands Interpretive Center is an excellent example of tidal and freshwater wetlands, which provides a unique opportunity for education and appreciation. Look for the low earthen beams that cross the landscape to find the remains of dikes that were used to hold water onto flooded fields as rice grew.
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