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Reconnect with a Peaceful Sunday Drive in Liberty County

The hustle and bustle of everyday life can definitely take a toll, so many of us are looking for ways to escape the mundane and drift into the majestic. Why not take a peaceful, Sunday drive through Liberty County?

You’ll enjoy little to no traffic if you use these recommended roads. So, take a deep breath, put on your favorite driving tunes and give yourself a well-deserved break from your ordinary routine.


Sunbury Cemetery

To begin, head east on Highway 84—or Islands Hwy as we like to call it—then cross over I-95 and turn left onto Old Sunbury Road. It starts off as gravel as you pass the Tradeport East Business Center, then it turns into a dirt road leading you right to the Sunbury Cemetery.

The gorgeous oaks and tendrils of Spanish moss will look great in a photo, so be sure to hop out and take in the view. Your vehicle might get dirty, but the serene location is well worth it.

Photo Courtesy of Leah Poole

Fort Morris

After your stop at Sunbury Cemetery, get back on that dirt road and turn right at the stop sign to head over to Fort Morris. The reverent location just might take you back in time as you reminisce over the brave soldiers who once occupied the land. You can even enjoy a melodic soundtrack from the local birds as you meander through the park.

Photo Courtesy of Leah Poole

Cay Creek Road

If you find yourself longing for even more peaceful nature views, then get back on Highway 84 for a bit and turn left at Charlie Butler Road to get to Cay Creek Road.

There’s nothing like an old dirt road for feeling connected to nature and Cay Creek Road is one of the best Liberty County has to offer! You’ll find very little disturbances as you drive slowly and appreciate the view. Even if you come across another traveler, you’ll most likely be met with a friendly wave hello.

Photo Courtesy of Leah Poole

Historic Baptismal Trail

Cay Creek Road ends in Riceboro and then it’s a relatively short drive down Highway 17 to get to E.B. Cooper Highway and the Historic Baptismal Trail. Find your inner peace as you traverse the holy site and explore the land where ancestors of the local Geechee communities performed ritual baptisms until the 1940s.

Photo Courtesy of Leah Poole


If you are interested in a peaceful, Sunday drive through some of Liberty County’s lovely landscapes, then we hope you enjoy our drive guide. The best way to refuel after reconnecting with nature is to grab a bite from one of our tasty local eateries!

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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.

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