Liberty Hill is a city located in Williamson County in Texas. As of the 2018 census, the town’s population reached an estimate of 2,433. It has grown from 967 since the 2010 census. Some of the early settlers arrived in the area were in the 1840s. The town’s post office was opened in 1953. Willaim Oliver Spencer was chosen as postmaster and he himself propounded the name Liberty Hill. The U.S Bureau states that the town has a total area of 1.9 square miles. The city is served by its own Independent School District. Some of the best tourist attractions in Liberty Hill are Liberty Hill International Sculpture Park, The Blue Hole, River Ranch County Park, and Devine Lake Park.