It’s been a cold winter, and the time is coming season’s change, and Spring Breaks!  if you’re ready for a change of pace, and looking for things to do while on your break, here’s a little taste of you might expect on Hilton Head Island.  

An Island Full of Natural Splendor

On the top of the list for most that will visit our little island are heritage, and natural beauty.  The South Carolina coastline is one unlike what you might see in other coastal areas of our country.  The marshes are full of wildlife, and at the Coastal Discovery Museum, you’ll see just that.  There are guided kayaking tours, as well as storytelling tours and other history exploration programs.  You’re sure to see alligators, birds, plant-life, fish, and dolphins unlike any you might see elsewhere.  Ours is a natural habitat that’s been around for centuries and growing.

We Have Lighthouses

Huntington Island Lighthouse and Tybee Island Lighthouse are both within an hour of Hilton Head.  Each of these lighthouses is open to the public, and have a unique history.  Huntington Island Lighthouse was designed and built so that it could at any point be dismantled and moved if needed.  Rebuilt several times, and standing as the largest structure of its kind in the United States, the Tybee Island Lighthouse has been serving the Georgia coast for over 270 years. These lighthouses have had a deep impact on our nation’s history, serving crucial roles to the Navy both prior to, during, and after the in the Civil War.

An Island with Plenty to Explore

Biking, beaches, and nature.  You can explore our wonderful island by land and sea through guided tours and the many bike paths and trails throughout the island.  Spend your spring break outdoors with family and friends, kayaking with dolphins, or fishing in the sound and marshes, or simply biking from one beach to the next.  

Golf and More

Of course, paired with all the fun outdoors, and ease of going from place to place, there are also more common activities.  Hilton Head is home to some of the best-kept golf courses in the country.  We host the annual RBC Heritage PGA tournament after all.

When you visit, don’t miss any opportunity to get out and about and see all that the island has to offer!  There’s plenty to do, plenty to see, a lot more than you might realize!  Plus, getting around the island isn’t difficult.  Our many bike paths and clear signage help with safety and make getting around easy.  Avoid the traffic and rent your crew a few bikes for the time you’ll be here.  While you’re ordering, be sure to see if there’s anything else you might need that will help make your trip more enjoyable.