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Accessible Ways to Play in Liberty County

Here in Liberty County, we like to say we have The Right Blend for everyone, and that includes visitors & residents who have wheelchairs or special needs. Whether you’re visiting us for a weekend or looking to plant some roots, Liberty welcomes you with open arms and endless possibilities! Here are our top 5 accessible ways to play in Liberty County.

 

 

1.Fort Stewart Playground

Located next to the PX on Fort Stewart, this is the only park with a swing for children with special needs. The playground itself also has ramps to include every kid! However, due to COVID-19 and restrictions from the Commanding General, no visitor passes are available without an exception to policy letter from the Soldiers Company, Battalion or Brigade Commander at this time.

Hours: Dawn to dusk

Admission: Free

 

 

Photo by Tammy Lee Bradley

 

2. Cay Creek Wetlands Interpretive Center

Cay Creek Wetlands Interpretive Center is an elevated boardwalk that is just over 7/10ths of a mile. It passes over tidal, freshwater wetlands that inhabit numerous species of birds, mammals, reptiles, amphibians & insects. During your stroll, you will see Bay, Cypress & Oak trees as well as palms, palmettos & magnolias. The whole boardwalk is wheelchair accessible except for the 15ft tower that is located about halfway down the boardwalk.

Hours: Dawn to dusk

Admission: Free

 

 

 

 

3. Veterans Memorial Walk

Our Veterans Memorial Walk is situated in the heart of Bryant Commons in Hinesville. The Liberty County community has a rich military history dating back to the Revolutionary War. Oak trees draped in Spanish moss line the paved path that is dedicated to the soldiers who have fought for our country.

Hours: Dawn to dusk

Admission: Free

 

Photo by Tammy Lee Bradley

4. ITPA Museum

The ITPA National Office & Museum was once located in Washington DC, but was relocated to Hinesville in 2001. The museum use to be the home of former Senator Glenn E. Bryant & his wife Trudie Bryant. Mr. Bryant was also the founder of Coastal Communications. He merged the Hinesville telephone company that he bought in 1946 & the Coastal Telephone Company in Richmond Hill making what is now Century Link. This interactive museum homes a vast collection of telephones & telephone equipment from throughout history.

Hours: Monday-Friday 10am-4pm

Admission: Free but donations are accepted

 

Photo by Hinesville Area Arts Council

5. The Hinesville Area Arts Council

The Hinesville Area Arts Council is devoted to encouraging and educating people about the arts in Liberty County. Each month, numerous classes are offered for students of all ages on topics ranging from oil painting to yoga. Visitors can enjoy a rotation of new exhibits at the gallery every month.

Hours: Monday, Wednesday & Thursday 10am-2pm

Admission: Free

 

For more fun things to do or places to visit in Liberty County check out our other Right Blend blogs!



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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!