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Forsyth Park is a 30 acre space in Savannah's historic district featuring walking paths, a large Parisian-inspired fountain, a Fragrant Garden, recreational areas, and a Confederate Memorial Statue. The Savannah Shamrocks Rugby Club calls Forsyth Park its home field.

Savannah is also renowned for its beautifully lush historic squares which dot the city and keep the town feeling like a southern oasis.

Liberty County:

The LeConte-Woodmanston Botanical Gardens sits on the former site of the LeConte family's swamp rice plantation. Visitors today will find trails for hiking, picnicking, and spotting wildlife among Louis LeConte's famous 18th century gardens. Joseph LeConte, one of Louis' sons, would go on to to co-found the Sierra Club, thanks in part to his father's interest in botany.

Melon Bluff Nature and Heritage Reserve is over 2,000 acres of unpaved trails through woods, swamp, marsh and what used to be thriving rice fields for visitors to enjoy all sorts of outdoor activities. Most popular are hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, and birding.

DC Miller Nature Preserve is 1,500 acres dedicated to "reconnecting adults with nature" and getting children connected as well. There are woods, marshes, ponds, and nature trails for birding, walking, and tree and plant identification.

Seabrook Village is a recreated African American community made up of donated homes and buildings to show and tell the history African Americans during the late 1800s through the early 1900s. It is one of the most unique museums in the way it is set up, and visitors can attempt hands-on activities such as grinding corn or washing clothes with a scrub board.
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