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Live & Play


With a mild climate, proximity to the coast and low cost of living, Liberty County is a great place to live and play.

There are seven municipalities within Liberty County, and Hinesville, the county seat, is among the fastest-growing cities in southeast Georgia. The area lends itself well to recreation for all personalities. For sports enthusiasts, Liberty County Recreation Department offers competitive leagues for all ages. For more tranquil types, Liberty's coastal waterways and wetlands offer scenic fishing holes and shaded areas for observing nature, and organizations such as the Hinesville Area Arts Council provide creative outlets.

The Liberty County School System, which serves 10,200 students, is known for its technological advances in the classroom. Several post-secondary institutions, including a $4.7 million Armstrong State University campus under construction in downtown Hinesville, offer opportunity for students interested in pursuing academics or technical training.

The Hinesville area also is served by two hospitals, Liberty Regional Medical Center and Winn Army Community Hospital, which both have undergone recent expansions. The Ralph M. Johnson Veterans Affairs Medical Center also operates a 5,000 SF temporary clinic in Hinesville with primary and mental-health care, and a 23,000 SF permanent facility is under construction and slated for completion in spring 2014.

For those interested in expanding their horizons, Liberty County's heritage tourism assets along the Liberty Trail provide an immersion into the area's history and culture.