Medway River, Sunbury

The Medway is one of numerous tidal rivers along the Georgia coast. Formed by the confluence of the Laurel View, Belfast, and Tivoli rivers, it’s only 11 miles long, and makes up part of the border between Liberty and Bryan counties. It was named for the Medway River in Kent, England, from which some of the settlers of old Sunbury hailed.


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