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Discover Hidden Gems, Learn Something New at Cultural Centers and have a Fun Outing in Hinesville

The city of Hinesville is known as home to the 3 signatories to the country’s Declaration of Independence and is neighbor to Fort Stewart and Long County. Hinesville was founded in 1837 but incorporated as a city in 1916 and named after the city’s senator, Charleston Hines. The city celebrates a very diverse racial and cultural makeup with African Americans, Native Americans, Asians, Pacific Islanders, Hispanics and other races making up the city’s residents. With that said, visitors can expect a lot of culturally-rich activities, establishments, restaurants and historical fun facts to learn about the city.

Amongst the fun things you can do while visiting Hinesville, Georgia, are Fun Zone Amusement and Sports Park where kids can spend an entire day playing in the arcade and themed rooms, take on a trolley tour from Oglethorpe Trolley Tours, learn about the region’s history at Richmond Hill Historical Society Museum and Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace and Historic District or have a fun outing at a park like J F Gregory City Park.

Most attractions have available venues for birthday parties, anniversaries, corporate functions, wedding receptions, business meetings, family gatherings, group tours, prom nights and other events. Do look up availability on their official websites and in the meantime, if you are looking for a professional and reliable charter bus rental company to work with for your events in Hinesville, GA, give US Coachways a call right now to find out more about our charter bus, party bus, wedding and prom limousine, mini bus, school bus, airport transfer, tour bus and other types of ground transportation.

Hinesville, GA Travel Tips

If you are looking for ideas, suggestions and recommendations about what to do in Hinesville, GA, read on for more information about some of these highly recommended points of interest that are easily accessible in the city and its neighboring regions.


  • Entertainment & Amusement Parks — Are you looking around for a fun amusement park or theme park for a kid-friendly field trip? There are quite a few for you to choose from. Try checking out Fun Zone Amusement and Sports Park in Pooler, GA as they have an arcade center, rides, go-karts, mini golf course, kiddy land and many other fun activities for young children to engage in. There are also guided tours around the historically-rich and culturally-diverse city of Savannah. Let the charter bus take you for a guided tour from Old Town Trolley Tours of Savannah or take one from Oglethorpe Trolley Tours around Savannah’s historical landmarks, haunted tours and Savannah Land and Sea tours. It will shed light on some interesting historical fun facts about the city and its region, including Hinesville. Five Star Family Fun is another exciting amusement park with rides and go-kart facilities; it is located slightly more than half an hour drive in the charter bus from Hinesville but the drive will be well worth it. You can also find out more about local recreational centers like Lizzy Crickets and Kid’s Kastle too.
  • Art & Cultural — The Art Cottage is an intimate art gallery featuring classes held by professional artists. Many visitors would travel from neighboring regions just to check out their new artpieces. Less than thirty minutes away from Hinesville is Leahy Art Gallery Fine Art and Custom Framing in Richmond Hill, GA. In its gallery, there are inspiring masterpieces using various techniques....watercolor, drawing, oil and prints. Whether you are a history buff or not, you are going to be enlightened about Georgia’s earliest colonization days at Richmond Hill Historical Society Museum. This spacious educational organization also offers field trips, lectures and a trip out to Coastal Bryan Heritage Trail. Savannah Theater is one of the country’s oldest-running theater located on Chippewa Square. It first opened its doors in 1818 and despite several fires in the past, it was renovated and opened its doors again and again. Till this very day, it continues to play host to countless concerts and festivals, attracting a big crowd of people from all corners of Georgia. Visitors should also make time for Lucas Theater for the Arts; it was built in 1921 and after undergoing some renovations by the Savannah School of Art and Design, it continues to be a place where you can find all genres of performances and concerts.
  • Restaurant & Shopping — Most large shopping malls and department stores are located within a short drive from Hinesville but some of our charter bus rental customers shared that they had a brilliant time shopping in charming, family-owned retail outlets all around the city center too! While you can find literally anything in Hinesville’s Walmart Super Center on W Oglethorpe Highway, there are also quaint shops like US Patriot Tactical for men’s clothing and shoes, souvernirs and local gifts at Bee’s Creations and Dam Designs, electronics at One Stop Wireless and jewelry and fancy accessories from Thomas Hill Jewelers. And when all the shopping is done and hunger rears its head into your very busy day, grab some traditional wings and fries from Chris’ Curbside Grill, order some delicious and calming soul food from Izola’s Country Cafe, try the love boat sushi and chicken hibachi from Sushi House and give your evening a roaring good start with a fiery Mexican meal from Rodeo Mexican Restaurant.
  • Historical Sites & Landmarks — Have you ever been curious about Girls Scouts and its origins? Head on over to Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace and Historic District because this is where you will find the answers. The attraction consists of Wayne-Gordon House, First Girl Scout Headquarters and Andrew Low House. It covers approximately 100 acres is Bonaventure Cemetery, one of the largest cemeteries in the region. There are serene walks around its trails, walking tours and sometimes, performances by local artists and talents. The trails around the attraction has curtains of leaves and branches of old oak trees shading them so, the walk is sure to be a calming and comfortable one. There is a lot of history behind Fort Morris Historic Site and if you are a history buff, this place will definitely get your blood pumping. This is where all the action took place during our country’s Civil War and today, there are re-enactments and artifacts from a bygone era. Cutting one of the most stunning sights in the city is the historical Cathedral of St. John the Baptist in Savannah. Construction for the building began in 1873, making it one of the oldest of its kind in the state of Georgia.
  • Parks & Outdoor Activities —  The good thing about Hinesville is that many parks and outdoor attractions in the city has large picnic areas, offers amazing scenery, walking paths, biking trails and venues for private functions and corporate events. J F Gregory City Park, in Richmond Hill, has the aforementioned facilities and a stage for LIVE performances. Joe Baker Park is in Pooler and is a community park which lights up with excitement during special events, especially 4th of July celebrations. Tread Town Playground offers kid-friendly facilities like slides, swings and extensive climbing area, complete with an adorable playhouse; the park is also wheelchair friendly. If you like kayaking, fishing, playing disc golf and tennis, organize a group trip to Tom Triplett Community Park instead but if you prefer to spend a peaceful time with your fellow travelers, family and friends, the best place for that is Botanical Garden in Savannah. The garden, to the surprise of many, is constructed by volunteers, together with the Savannah Area Council of Garden Clubs. It features many amazing flora and fauna around its scenic pond and you should pop by and check out its modern amphitheater too. Forshyth Park is unique because it is a Parisian-style park measuring approximately 30 acres. On top of featuring playgrounds, tennis courts, basketball courts and soccer fields, there are cafes and an intimate concert venue. For a scenic view in a park, bring the charter bus to Waterfront Park in Darien, GA. The scenic view is never too far away from you as the park runs paralel along the river, one of the busiest port of the region in the 19th century.  A similar thing can be said about Savannah’s South Beach which has a vibrant waterfront dining scene. There are miles upon miles of pristine sand for everyone to sunbathe on, swim and surf in.

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