About Bryant Commons

Bryant Commons, the former home and 150-acre private estate owned by the late Senator Glenn E. Bryant and Trudie P. Bryant, has been transformed into a public park in Hinesville, Georgia for countless generations to enjoy.

As part of the Bryant legacy, Bryant Commons serves as a remarkable contribution to the City of Hinesville, offering a quiet, peaceful reprieve on one of Liberty County’s most picturesque locations.

Located on Highway 84 in Hinesville, Bryant Commons has ensured the preservation of the natural beauty of the landscape with half of the property in conserved wetlands and home to abundant wildlife native to the region. The grounds at Bryant Commons are dotted with century-old, majestic live oak trees, sprawling grass fields and a natural man-made Lake. The site also includes anamphitheater with seating for up to 1,500 people, it is a perfect venue for an outdoor concert or festival.

Also onsite is the former Bryant homestead, which sits at theentrance of the park and housesthe national office and museum of the Independent Telecommunications Pioneer Association.

Future plans for Bryant Commons include a Veterans’ Memorial Walk tribute to those who have valiantly served our nation through military service, a rose garden memorial, an open-air pavilion, a meeting center, and walking/nature trails.


The Veterans Memorial Walk will be located at Bryant Commons, 438 W. Oglethorpe Highway, Hinesville. The park also features an amphitheater, fishing ponds, walking trails and a dog park.

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