Hinesville The Coast

Hinesville, one of only six counties on the beautiful Georgia coast, is also one of the fastest-growing cities in southeast Georgia. In an area of raw and haunting natural beauty, with Spanish moss gracefully draping off live oak trees and abundant wildlife, Hinesville is home to a historic old jail and the nearby Fort Stewart.
  • Historic Liberty County Courthouse in Downtown Hinesville. Photo by Tammy Lee Bradely

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  • Historical Marker for Charlton Hines-For Whom Hinesville was Named. Photo by Tammy Lee Bradley.

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  • Entrance of Ft. Stewart

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  • Beer on Tap at Downtown Restaurant Zum Rosenhof. Photo by Tammy Lee Bradley.

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  • Old Liberty County Jail

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  • Fountain in Bradwell Park. Photo by Tammy Lee Bradley.

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  • Photo by Tammy Lee Bradley.

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  • Rocky the Bulldog, the 3rd ID Mascot at Fort Stewart.

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Hinesville is one of the fastest growing cities in Southeast Georgia, and home to Fort Stewart and the 3rd Infantry Division, the largest Army installation east of the Mississippi River. Come honor our heroes and view Warrior's Walk at Ft. Stewart. Spanish moss gracefully drapes off our magnificent live oaks, and there are plenty of shops, restaurants and hotels to choose from to make your stay comfortable and affordable. If you're looking to shop local and eat local, we have a Farmers Market every Thursday from 4pm-7pm in downtown Hinesville. The Hinesville Area Arts Council Gallery has monthly art exhibits to browse and there are several festivals throughout the year, including Blues, Brews & BBQ, the Scarecrow Stroll and Small World Festival. Hinesville offers Southern hospitality and a relaxed way of life.


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115 E. MLK Jr. Drive
Hinesville, GA 31313

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Phone: 912-876-3564

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