5 Reasons to Drive To and Not Through Liberty County

Photo courtesy of Bianca Croft Draped in natural beauty and oozing with southern charm, Liberty County’s rich history is a hidden gem that makes for a perfect Georgia vacation. As a longtime resident of this extremely unique community, we have done our best to compile a list of our favorite reasons you should drive to…

7 Southern Phrases You’re Sure to Hear in Liberty County

Southerners are known for a lot of things like our mouthwatering food, warm weather and of course our thick, twangy accents! If you find yourself anywhere south of Mason-Dixon line you will likely hear a lot of phrases that sound like a foreign language. As Southerners, we have grown accustomed to out-of-towner’s being delighted in…

Find Your Inner Peace with a Weekend Full of Rest & Relaxation in Liberty County

Ahh it’s finally January! Don’t get us wrong, the holiday season is always fun but it can also be stressful with all the parties, dinners and decorations. January is the perfect time to relax, rejuvenate and get some overall downtime in before life picks back up full swing. We put together this list of activities…

Martin Luther King Jr. Visits Liberty County

Photo by Tammy Lee Bradley If you’re looking for a peek into the life of Martin Luther King, Jr. that others may not know about, the best place to visit is historic Dorchester Academy. This National Landmark has a museum filled to the brim with African-American history and was once the epicenter of the Civil…

National Egg Nog Day

National Eggnog Day is celebrated once a year on the day before Christmas. Eggnog is a sweetened dairy-based beverage associated with Christmas time that is generally made with milk and cream, sugar, eggs and spices. People commonly drink their first eggnog of the year at Thanksgiving and the last one at New Year’s Eve. Also…