Liberty County is a small county located in the panhandle of Florida. It is the least populous county in the state with a population of only 8,300. What it lacks in size, however, the county makes up for in spirit. Founded upon, and named after patriotic ideals, the community still strives to be a place that welcomes all walks of life, treating all with equal respect. The county seat of Liberty County is Bristol, which is a city of less than a thousand people on the western edge of the county.

The county was created in 1855 Gadsden County. Although much of the area of the county is land, the county is bordered on the west by the Apalachicola River. It is also home to Wilder Bay. Liberty County is full of wide open spaces and forests making it a truly beautiful haven in Florida. The area is also home to part of the wilds of the Apalachicola National Forest. Many call this county a paradise for those who love the outdoors and the sports and activities that come with it. It is a perfect place for camping, fishing, hiking, boating, hunting, horseback riding, and cycling.

Liberty County is also a perfect place for anyone wishing to escape the hustle and bustle of many other parts of the state. It is a quiet retreat with quaint towns that are imbued with a sense of peace and neighborliness. Rarely do you find people with such kindness, and communities with such closeness and small-town charm.