4 Things You Didn't Know You Could Do in Liberty County
Get in touch with nature
Visit the LeConte-Woodmanston Botanical Gardens in Midway and explore land that was once a swamp rice plantation owned by the first president of the University of California at Berkley and co-founder of the Sierra Club, Dr. Louis LeConte.
2.) See British history. British history? In Liberty County? Yes. Fort Morris State Historic Site is the site of a 1779 battle between United States and British forces. After 45 days of fighting, the fort fell to the British. They have two festivals coming up: the "Come and Take It!" Revolutionary War Encampment on November 18 and Colonial Christmas on December 9.
3.) Head to the annual 13th Annual Sugarcane Harvest & Crafts Show. The Geechee Kunda Cultural Center in Riceboro hosts the festival on November 25, 2017, celebrating sugar cane and the Geechee culture.
4.) Take a tour of historic coastal Georgia. Explore the Historic Baptismal Trail as a self-guided experience, visit the historic homes of Flemington on a driving tour, or take in the Seabrook Village and Living History Tour.