There is always something new and old to explore in the lowcountry of coastal South Carolina. Within 30 minutes or less from the entrance to Hilton Head Lakes, you can visit the world class resort of Hilton Head Island, take a walking tour through Old Town Bluffton, see historic Beaufort, shop the farmer's market in Hardeeville, or enjoy Savannah's rich history and famous River Street.
Hilton Head Island
The largest barrier island on the southern Atlantic seacoast, it's the perfect destination for both peaceful relaxation and action-packed island adventure.
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- More than 300 restaurants
- 56 golf courses
- 12 miles of beautiful beaches
- Arts Center of Coastal Carolina
Old Town Bluffton
Perched on the bluff of the May River, its rich history, thriving arts scene, boutique shopping and delightful Lowcountry cuisine make it a must-see.
- One-square-mile National Historic District
- Bluffton Oyster Company
- May River water adventures
- 11 golf courses
Nestled into the curve of a beautiful bay, it's easy to see why this area has been a favorite destination for 300 years—and the perfect backdrop for many movies, too.
- Parris Island Museum
- The John Mark Verdier House Museum
- Lowcountry Estuarium
- Named to Trip Advisor's "Top 10 Beaches in America"
Home to the nation's largest registered urban historic landmark district; begin your exploration of the Spanish moss-draped city with a stroll down cobblestone-paved River Street.
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- Fort Pulaski
- Antique and boutique shopping
- Lowcountry-style fine dining
- Telfair Museums
A charming, friendly town, it's the fastest-growing destination in the Southeast.
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- Vibrant local farmers market
- Milestone Landing overlooking the Savannah River
- Savannah Wildlife Refuge
- Historic Hardeeville Methodist Church