Liberty County Bike Trail Guide
The wind is beginning to whisper that winter has arrived in Liberty County, and we are so excited! With the change in the weather, you can enjoy a hot cup of cocoa or cider inside counting the days until you get back into the sun. Or you can enjoy the frost covered sites and take a ride along one of the biking trails in Liberty County.
According to our local weather forecast, it looks like the cold weather is going to be here for a while. Get ready to stretch your legs after a long day in the office and get some fresh air while you do it. These trails are easy and on the shorter side making them great to bring along the kiddos. All offer peaceful scenery and an up-close look at the flora and fauna of our coastal surroundings. Check out our Bike Trail guide below and get ready to enjoy Liberty County in a whole new way.
In the heart of Hinesville is a large 150-acre park waiting for you to come take a ride. Around this park is a trail perfect for you to embrace the winter atmosphere. This property was once the homestead of the late Senator Bryant and his wife. Take in the ponds and fields that were once used for horses back in the day. As you finish cycling, stop in and see Alyssa at the Independent Telecommunications Pioneer Association Museum. The museum is located in the Bryant’s old home and is dedicated to the preservation of the telecommunications industry. See if the kids can use a phone without a screen for a change!
This historic site is well known for its connection to the Revolutionary War and the forgotten town of Sunbury. In addition to its historic significance, Fort Morris also has a fantastic nature trail. Ride among the earthen works that once provided security for the soldiers defending what would one day be Liberty County. Along this trail, you’ll have a view of St. Catherines Island sound. This beautiful view is one with almost no change in the last 100 years. Fort Morris is also a stop along the Colonial Coast Birding Trail so keep your eyes open for hummingbirds, buntings, woodpeckers and more!
James Brown Park
Located in Hinesville on Patriots Trail, is James A Brown Park. In addition to its many outdoor sporting activities, the park has a tucked away 1-mile cycling trail that takes you on a route for the perfect view of all the action. You get to embrace the changing colors of the leaves and enjoy the breeze with a ride in James Brown Park.
If you enjoy these biking trails in Liberty County, make sure you also check out these dog trails perfect for you and your pooch!