South Carolina is a year round destination with many adventures awaiting you.
Charleston, Hilton Head and Savannah are all a day trip away from each other.
Golfing, swimming, waters ports, bike riding, hiking nature trails and visiting historic cities are just a few of the choices available.
Charleston, South Carolina
The antebellum homes of Charleston with the rich Civil War History make this an eventful trip.
Charleston ranks as one of the top cities in the world to visit. Go shopping in the old market and tour stunning homes. On this trip you can also visit Beaufort, which is a wonderful low country town with quaint shops and beautiful homes
There are many beaches to choose from ~ much of it is hard packed sand and easy to walk or bike on. See dolphins and fish from shore.
Find sand dollars, star fish, hermit crabs, horseshoe crabs, sea birds fishing and so much more. Great place to relax for sunset.
With many championship golf curses, you can select the best one for your match – or challenge! Each golf course has its own set of unique characteristic and challenges to keep even the most skilled player motivated.
Many golf courses feature highly recognized golf schools that can help improve your game with state-of-the-art tools and helpful tips.
Harbor Town, Hilton Head
The Harbor Town lighthouse was built in 1970 and is the most recognizable symbol of Hilton Head Island. Inside of the lighthouse is a viewing area, small museum, and a gift shop.
At the base of the lighthouse are restaurants and the Harbor Town marina, makes for a great trip from anywhere on the island.
Biking and Hiking Trails
Not only can you ride your bike on the hard sand beaches of Hilton Head; but there are also over 100 miles of bike paths and walkways through the resort communities in the area.
Bikes can easily be rented by the day or week at a very reasonable rate.
Hop on the boat from Harbor Town or take the 45 min drive to Savannah, GA.
You won’t be disappointed! This is a great walking city so so much history. Stroll along the waterfront, visit the antebellum homes and historic plantations.