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Accessible Ways to Play in Liberty County

In Liberty County we like to say we have The Right Blend for everyone, and that includes accommodations for visitors & residents who need them. Whether you are visiting us for a weekend or looking to plant some roots, we are happy to welcome you with open arms and endless possibilities! Continue reading to check out some accessible ways to play in Liberty County.


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Looking for a place to shop, eat and hangout? Historic downtown Hinesville is the spot for you. There are multiple ramps making it easy to pop into Molly Maxine for the cutest clothes, or Martin Mercantile to pick out some of the coolest handmade gifts. Afterwards, head over to Bradwell Park and relax for a bit. It’s ADA accessible! If you’ve worked up an appetite, grab some authentic German cuisine from Zum Rosenhof.

Everybody deserves to see the beauty of the Georgia coast! We have a couple of docks here in Liberty County that have both ramps and stairs, so everyone can visit. Breathe in the salty air and take in the beauty around you at the Riceboro Fishing Dock, Riceboro Fishing Area or the Sunbury Boat Ramp! These are some of Liberty County’s true hidden gems. They are a great place to go fishing, so don’t forget your rod and reel.

Our state historic site, Fort Morris is a great place to learn about our local military history! The fort is the only site in Georgia with the original earthen works. The visitor center/museum is accessible, and they even have an ADA cart available for tours.

Riceboro Fishing Dock

This next site is a great place to visit for someone interested in nature! Cay Creek Wetlands Interpretive Center runs along an elevated boardwalk that is just over 7/10ths of a mile. It passes over several different ecosystems such as tidal and freshwater wetlands! Each is home to numerous species of birds, mammals, reptiles, amphibians & insects. During your stroll, you will see bay, cypress & oak trees as well as palms, palmettos and magnolias. The entire boardwalk is wheelchair accessible except for the 15ft tower that is located about halfway down the boardwalk.

Interested in more ways to explore? See a full list of our sites on our Things to Do page!


Located next to the Fort Stewart Main Exchange, you can find the Fort Stewart Park. This park has a full playground and is the only place on post that has a swing for children with special needs. The playground itself has ramps to include every kid. If you would like to visit Fort Stewart, pop in and get a visitors pass at the main gate, and you are good to go. Don’t forget to visit Warriors Walk while you’re there! The crepe myrtles will be blooming soon.

Veterans Memorial Walk Accessible Ways to Play in Liberty County

Another great park to visit, situated right in the heart of Bryant Commons in Hinesville is the Veterans Memorial Walk. Liberty County has a rich military history dating back to the Revolutionary War, and this is a great place to visit and reflect on the lives of those who so bravely fought for our freedom. The paved path is lined with oak trees draped in Spanish moss to create the perfect setting for quiet time and reflection.

These are only a few of our parks! Check out more great parks to visit this spring by clicking here.

Museums & Art

Visiting local museums and viewing local art are great ways for a visitor to learn about the roots of a community! Keep reading to find out about the different ways that you can learn more about Liberty County’s roots.

3rd Infantry Division Museum Accessible Ways to Play in Liberty County

After relocating to Hinesville in 2001, the Independent Telecommunications Pioneer Association Museum moved into the former home of Senator Glenn E.  & Trudie Bryant. Mr. Bryant was the founder of Coastal Communications and made a great name for himself in the world of telecommunications. This interactive museum is home to a vast collection of telephones &  equipment from throughout history. It is recommended that you call ahead to make sure the museum is open on the day you would like to visit.

Are you interested in learning more about Fort Stewart and the 3rd Infantry Division when visiting Liberty County? Make your way to the 3rd Infantry Division Museum located on post! This museum shows the progression from the beginnings of Camp Stewart to Fort Stewart as it exists today. The installation is the largest east of the Mississippi River, so it is something you will want to see! Don’t forget to stop at the main gate and get your visitors pass.

The Hinesville Area Arts Council is devoted to encouraging and educating people about the arts in Liberty County! Throughout the year, several classes are offered for people of all ages who would like to participate! Visitors can enjoy a new exhibit from a local artist at the gallery every month! When you visit, peek around the side of the building to see Liberty County’s only mural. It is a great spot to take a photo!

RestaurantsSunbury Crab Company Accessible Ways to Play in Liberty County

Let nothing stop you from enjoying the deliciousness that is fresh Georgia seafood! The Sunbury Crab Company is a favorite local spot! It is a little off the beaten path but worth the drive. Enjoy your dinner with a view of the coast and excellent service. You will not be disappointed!

You will find another local restaurant that’ll leave you wanting more located off Highway 17 in Midway! Melody’s Coastal Café features weekly specials that are to die for! If you want to taste some of the best pizza you have ever had, Melody’s is the spot for you. They even have a pizza buffet at lunch!

To taste more local deliciousness, check out this blog that features all of our local restaurants!


One of the most important parts of visiting a new place is having somewhere to lay your head at the end of a long day spent exploring. The LaQuinta Inn and Suites in Flemington is one of our newest hotels, and it has all the accommodations that you will need for a wonderful stay and a good night’s sleep! For a full list of hotels in Liberty County and to book your stay, visit the Where to stay page on our website.

In Liberty County, we pride ourselves on having the right blend for all visitors that come to see us! Interested in other ways to #ExploreLiberty? Check out our website to look around for more accessible sites.

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In Liberty County, we like to say we have The Right Blend for everyone. Whether you’re visiting us for a weekend, looking to plant some roots, or working on your business dream, Liberty welcomes you with open arms and endless possibilities.

Visit Liberty County today!