Liberty County

Liberty County is located in Northwest Florida in the Panhandle bordering Calhoun, Gulf, Franklin, Wakulla, Leon and Gadsden Counties. 

Liberty County was established from Gadsden County in 1855 and named from the concept of "liberty." 

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Liberty County School District is located in the panhandle of Florida and serves Liberty County students. While Liberty County is large in area, there are only 6 public schools under the authority of the Liberty County School District.

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Liberty County offers a diverse array of activities in its relative small land area. Parks, trails, and youth baseball punctuate the activities listed here, but there is far more to offer in this important member of the Florida Parks and Recreation family.

The Northwest Regional Library System serves Bay, Gulf, and Liberty counties in the Florida Panhandle. Bay County libraries are located in Panama City, Panama City Beach, Parker, and Springfield; Gulf County libraries are located in Port St Joe and Wewahitchja; and Liberty County libraries are located in Bristol and Hosford. The headquarters and largest library in the system is the Bay County Public Library in Panama City.