2227 Boundary Street
Beaufort, SC 29902
Phone: (843) 525-9366
Fax: (843) 525-1529
Year round fishing charter guide company that fishes for many varieties of fish throughout the year with all equipment for trolling, live baiting, and bottom fishing provided. Board a 35-foot Sportfishing Cat with a speed of 30 m.p.h. It is a smooth ride and ideal for families with a cabin that includes a private bathroom.
Surrounded by centuries-old live oaks draped with Spanish moss, this beautiful and scenic 18 hole golf course features Tiftdwarf Bermuda greens and offers a challenge to golfers of all skill levels with its elevated greens and several holes that play along the marsh.
One of the finest golf courses in the Lowcountry, this exclusive golfing destination was designed by nationally acclaimed course designer Rees Jones and features 18 holes of pure, challenging golf on Tifteagle greens.
Well groomed links, top notch tennis courts, and a more than attentive staff is what greets you at this gem of a club. The Country Club of Hilton Head prides itself in being one of the friendliest and welcoming country clubs, encouraging new memberships from all who wish to truly enjoy this splendid facility. Awarded the 2005 Gold Circle of Excellence, the Country Club of Hilton Head dazzles newcomers and lures back members with the breathtaking course design and comfortable unpretentious atmosphere of the club house. Parents can take a break from the little ones as the children's recreation area is available to keep youngsters contently occupied while mom and dad drive the links.
Spanish moss drapes the large oak trees that fill this park on the northernmost tip of the Hilton Head Island. It is considered to be the most pristine of all the island's parks, even though its location adjacent to the airport causes considerable noise pollution. You can head down to the water at Port Royal Sound and join the locals in the popular low-tide activity of clamming, or enjoy a picnic at one of the pavilions. It is a nice getaway for nature lovers, and a glimpse of the former terrain of the island.
Pinckney Island National Wildlife Reserve is a large island between Savannah and the island of Hilton Head. Originally owned by a Native American trader, the land was sold to Charles Pinckney who kept the land in the family through its multiple uses as a game preserve, farmland and plantation. The island was occupied by Union troops in the midst of the Civil War, with a few small-scale skirmishes breaking out on the grounds. After a few changes of ownership and some animal reintroduction, the island was handed over to the Fish and Wildlife Service who designated it a National Wildlife Refuge. The site is also noteworthy for containing around 115 archaeological artifacts ranging from the Archaic era to the Mississippi era.
Three comfortable boats are available by this guide company that offers sportfishing charters for inshore and offshore fishing for shark, tarpon, cobia, mackerel, and redfish.
Across the bridge from Beaufort is one of the most popular sea side parks in South Carolina. Miles of beaches, marshes and maritime forests, nature and biking trails, saltwater lagoons and a fishing pier in the Atlantic Ocean offer an abundance of recreation. Visitors can get spectacular views at the top of the 130-foot (40-meter) high lighthouse is the only one in that state that is open to the public. There are also picnic shelters, campsites with water and electric hookups, playgrounds and gift shops. Admission to the lighthouse is USD2 per person (in addition to park admission). Pets are allowed with certain restrictions. The park office is open Monday through Friday 9a to 5p, Saturday and Sunday from 11a to 5p. Park hours are extended until 9p during Daylight Savings Time.
There's more to Hilton Head than sand dunes and sand traps. A vivacious arts scene is in full bloom, as evidenced by the success of the Hilton Head Art League. In their gallery, you'll find a never-ending succession of exhibitions and special events, featuring both renowned masters and up-and-coming newbies. For the artistically inclined, they offer on-site classes and workshops, and the facility (and related website) also serves as a great networking tool. See said website for event calendar, class schedule and more.
The region's waterways are a marvel to behold. Whether your interest in them lies in boating, fishing, wildlife, conservation or recreation, Live Oac (pronounced "oak") will put all its resources at your disposal. That means you can tour the area on a top-of-the-line watercraft, all while wallowing in the wisdom of Live Oac's seemingly all-knowing local guides. Note that it is an owner-operated company. See website for complete list of adventure options.
Tallboy Fishing Charters offers premiere charter fishing in Hilton Head Island. Specializes as a guide for sport, deep sea and shark fishing.
Opened in 2003, this public park has quickly become a favorite gathering-place for family groups and parties. Its 53 acres (11 of which are a man-made lake) offers amenities such as picnic areas with grills, restrooms, and playgrounds. There is also a floating dock on the park's lake, which is stocked with bass for catch-and-release fishing. Extensive trails run throughout the park, including bike-friendly asphalt paths that connect to those leading into town.