Liberty County

Welcome to Liberty County

Liberty County is truly a sight to behold, with the Apalachicola National Forest covering more than half of its land area. This county paints a precise portrait of what happens when old-timey tradition meets well-planned progress. Liberty County has grown exponentially over the years, which has made it an ideal place to live for everyone—young and old alike. Locals love spending their days exploring Florida woodlands or winding down by the water. You can also relax in the area’s quiet neighborhoods and, of course, enjoy the Florida sunshine, too!

Eager to learn more about life in Liberty County? Let’s explore!

Key Features of Liberty County

The Homes

Catch one glimpse of the homes in Liberty County, and experience love at first sight! Whether you’re seeking an expansive southern-style home or a cozy single-family starter, you are bound to find the home of your dreams here. Because Liberty County is traversed by many bodies of water, the area’s homes often feature panoramic waterfront views. Overlook spring-fed Lake Mystic, or get the rare opportunity to live on Apalachicola River by buying a home in Liberty County!

The Lifestyles

Small-town living at its finest, the lifestyles of Liberty County residents are the perfect blend of exploration and relaxation. Here, residents can enjoy leisurely days amidst one of the area’s many bordering lakes and rivers, or opt for more adventure at one of the local hiking and biking trails. Liberty County is comprised of cushy neighborhoods full of friendly faces that won’t take long to become familiar—and as one of the most inviting vistas in Florida, it’s all too easy to envision yourself spending forever here!


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The Details on Liberty County

Outdoor Escapes

As Florida’s least populous county—due to a fair share of it being covered by 836 acres of the Apalachicola National Forest—there are ample opportunities to experience nature’s beauty in Liberty County. When you really want to get away from it all, drive down the county’s rural roads to visit the secluded Torreya State Park. This park was once home to an estimated 600,000 torreya trees, but unfortunately, most of them were cut down. Today, Liberty County is working to save the 200 remaining trees from extinction.

Down-Home Dining

Taste down-home cooking like never before throughout Liberty County’s local restaurant scene. Order everything from fresh Florida seafood to classy cheesesteaks at the Apalachee Restaurant. Speaking of fresh seafood, Fiddler’s Steam House & Oyster Bar has Friday night specials featuring delicious snow crab legs. And if you’re craving a southern classic, Lindy’s Chicken serves up crispy fried chicken to community regulars daily!

Public Schools

Children in Liberty County are served by the Liberty County School District, which includes one high school, one combined elementary and junior high school, and one K-8 school. Home of the Bulldogs, this school district educates just over 1,200 students in the area. The school district prides itself on upholding the community’s strong traditions and employing only the most enthusiastic staff to teach its increasingly diverse student population.


Contact the Liberty County Real Estate Experts

In love with Liberty County? Let us help you make the next step toward moving here! We at Century 21 First Story are longtime locals of the Tallahassee area, so we know it like no other! Contact us today to find out more about how we can help you find the perfect home in just the right spot.