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Let’s Take a Walk in a Liberty County Park

March 30th is Take a Walk in the Park Day, and we are celebrating by sharing a list of some of the best ones to stroll around here in Liberty County! Each and every one has its own special touch, so put on your walking shoes and get outside.

James A. Brown Park

James Brown Park

Located in Hinesville it’s the perfect place for a stroll! It has a one-mile walking trail that surrounds various sporting fields, a pavilion, tennis courts, the Shuman Recreation Center and the Hazel Carter Senior Citizen Center. If you go for a walk here this spring, you’ll definitely be in on all of the action!

Eve ParkEve Park

Located at Colonels Island, it’s on the far east end of Liberty County. There is a pavilion, bathrooms and a playground. Visitors can enjoy a nice walk along the intracoastal waterway while the kids play! It is conveniently located at Halfmoon Marina, and if you stay long enough you may see some boats coming in or leaving.

Irene B. Thomas Park

Irene B. Thomas Park

Photo by Liberty County Recreation Department

One of many great parks in Hinesville, Irene B. Thomas Park, is located right off of E.G. Miles Parkway. This park is perfect for anyone who enjoys being outdoors because the half mile walking trail loops around a fishing pond! You’re very likely to see a couple of fishermen on your walk here!

Jones Creek Park

Jones Creek Park

Photo by River Rat Productions

Located in Isle of Wight, also on the east end of Liberty County, you can take a walk here and enjoy a beautiful sunset, maybe have a dolphin sighting and even put your kayak in the water! What more could you ask for? In addition to the coastal views and relaxing vibe, there is a pavilion with picnic tables to sit and relax after you get done walking. Go take a walk at this special spot! If you’re planning to kayak, be sure to check the tides first!

Bryant Commons

Bryant CommonsLocated right off Oglethorpe Highway this park is perfect and a conveniently located place to enjoy a nice walk. It has lots of old oak trees decorated in Spanish moss and a pond that invites serenity. Bring your fur babies along so that they can run around and enjoy the dog park and your kids too, because there is a playground!

Take a walk & #ExploreLiberty one park at a time! Check out the Liberty County Recreation Department website for a full list of parks around the entire county.

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