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Christmas Traditions in Liberty County

Christmas Traditions in Liberty County

Christmas is the most magical time of the year! The Christmas music has taken over, finding the perfect gift is priority #1 and getting a jump start on your traditions has begun! As we get older, Christmas traditions change depending on where life takes us. If life takes you to Liberty County, you are sure to find some of our holiday traditions exciting. Whether you’re looking to settle down, or just visiting for the holidays, you will have no problem finding new and fun things to add to your list!

1.Getting a tree from Brewer’s Christmas Tree Farm

Choosing and chopping down your own tree at Brewer’s Christmas Tree Farm is a tradition almost everyone in Liberty County has. Brewer’s offers a Christmas shop full of homemade jams and gifts, hayrides and even assistance cutting & loading up your tree. Brewer’s opens the Friday after Thanksgiving, but is only open on Saturdays and Sundays after the initial opening with free admission and parking. Trees run out fast so you better hurry!

2.The Santa Mailbox at the Bacon Fraser House

Every year, the Liberty County Chamber of Commerce & CVB sets up Santa’s mailbox at the Bacon Fraser House. Kids and parents have until December 11th to put letters to Santa in the mailbox. A response letter from Santa and his helpers will go out to those who put letters in. This Liberty County tradition really does put a twinkle in your eye.

3.The 24th Annual Illuminated Christmas Parade

The Annual Illuminated Christmas Parade is literally the talk of the county. Every year we have over 15,000 people show up to watch this parade. This year there is a COVID-19 protocol in place. The parade is on Friday, December 4th at 6:30pm in downtown Hinesville.

4.Colonial Christmas at Fort Morris Historic Site

If commercialized Christmas traditions aren’t your thing, maybe you should check out Fort Morris’ Colonial Christmas. The park staff put on colonial refreshments, a yule log, bonfire, 18th century music and much more! The event takes place on Saturday, December 5th from 6pm-8pm & admission is $5.


If these traditions aren’t your style, check out our 5 Things to do Without Snow blog.

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