Hilton Head Vacations

7 REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD CONSIDER MAKING THIS YOUR NEW HOME

1. Peace of mind
As the world around us seems to get more turbulent, there is something very reassuring about living in the Lowcountry. Our world in the Lowcountry seems pretty darn normal, and for once, that is a really good thing.

2. Natural beauty
There are only a few places in North America that can rival the beautiful surroundings we live in. We’re blessed us with incredible beaches, pristine tidal creeks, calming marshes, pluffmud and Spanish moss. Great vision and planning allows us to live in harmony with all the natural beauty.

THE LOWCOUNTRY IS GOLF COUNTRY

Atlantic Dunes
100 N. Sea Pines Dr., Hilton Head
seapinesgolf.com
843-842-1477

Country Club of Hilton Head
70 Skull Creek Dr., Hilton Head
hiltonheadclub.com
843-681-4653

Crescent Pointe Golf Club
1 Crescent Pointe, Bluffton
crescentpointegolf.com
843-706-2600

Eagle’s Pointe Golf Club
1 Eagle’s Pointe, Bluffton
eaglespointegolf.com
843-757-5900

Golden Bear at Indigo Run
100 Indigo Run Dr., Hilton Head
clubcorp.com/Clubs/Golden-Bear-Golf-Club-at-Indigo-Run
843-689-2200

Harbour Town Golf Links
11 Lighthouse Lane, Hilton Head
seapinesgolf.com
843-363-8385

Heron Point By Pete Dye
100 N. Sea Pines Dr., Hilton Head
seapinesgolf.com
843-842-1477

Hilton Head Lakes

Hilton Head Lakes
2005 Wiregrass Way, Hardeeville
hiltonheadlakesgolf.com
843-208-5353

Island West Golf Club
40 Island West Drive, Bluffton
islandwestgolf.net
843-815-6660

Old South Golf Links
50 Buckingham Plantation Dr., Bluffton
oldsouthgolf.com
843-785-5353

Oyster Reef Golf Club, Hilton Head PlantationOyster Reef Golf Club
155 High Bluff Rd, Hilton Head
oysterreefgolfclub.com
843-681-1764

Palmetto Dunes Arthur Hills
2 Leamington Lane, Hilton Head
palmettodunes.com
843-785-1138

Palmetto Dunes George Fazio
2 Carnoustie, Hilton Head Island
palmettodunes.com
843-785-1138

George Fazio Course, Palmetto Dunes

Palmetto Dunes Robert Trent Jones Oceanfront Course
7 Trent Jones Lane, Hilton Head
palmettodunes.com
843-785-1138

Palmetto Hall Arthur Hills
108 Fort Howell Dr., Hilton Head
palmettohallgolf.com
843-342-2582

Palmetto Hall Robert Cup
108 Fort Howell Dr., Hilton Head
palmettohallgolf.com 843-342-2582

Pinecrest Golf Club
1 Pinecrest Way, Bluffton
pinecrestsc.com
843-757-8960

Port Royal Barony
10 Clubhouse Dr., Hilton Head
portroyalgolfclub.com
843-681-1700

Port Royal Robber’s Row
10 Clubhouse Dr., Hilton Head
portroyalgolfclub.com
843-681-1700

Rose Hill Golf Club
4 Clubhouse Drive, Bluffton
golfrosehill.com
843-757-9030

Shipyard Golf Club
45 Shipyard Drive, Hilton Head Island
shipyardgolfclub.com
843-686-8802

Sun City - Argent Lakes
1291 Sergeant William Jasper Blvd.
843-645-0507

Sun City - Hidden Cypress
672 Cypress Hills Drive, Bluffton
843-705-4999

Sun City - Okatie Creek
60 Sun City Club Lane, Bluffton
843-705-4653

GET AWAY FOR A DAY ACROSS THE WATER

Just a couple miles across Calibogue Sound from Harbour Town lies Daufuskie Island, a small, largely undeveloped barrier island begging to be explored.

A 45-minute ferry ride up the Intracoastal Waterway whisks visitors back in time when, depositing them on Daufuskie — accessible only by boat — and a world away from from the trappings of modern-day life.

GAME SET MATCH

Tennis, like golf, is a year-round activity on Hilton Head Island and in Bluffton. One of the top 50 tennis destinations in the United States, the Lowcountry has the courts and the competition to satisfy the most discriminating player. Oh, and Stan Smith calls this home. The area’s 20-plus tennis clubs offer more than 300 courts. All three Grand Slam courts can be found here: Clay, grass and a variety of hard surfaces. Players may access facilities on private plantations if they make arrangements. Ask for details when reserving your court time.


Where to Play?

We’ll help you find that perfect court.

TENNIS CLUBS

PALMETTO DUNES TENNIS CENTER
Palmetto Dunes Oceanfront Resort, 843-785-1152; 26 (six courts are lighted for night play) clay tennis courts, 5 of which are junior/ POP Tennis specific and 8 picklebal l courts.

PORT ROYAL RACQUET CLUB
Port Royal Plantation, 843-686-8803; Racquet club, pro shop, 10 clay, 4 hard, 2 grass courts, 4 lighted.

SEA PINES RACQUET CLUB
Sea Pines Resort, 843-363-4495; Tennis facility located in Harbour Town in Sea Pines. It offers a complete pro shop and instruction. 24 Har-Tru, 5 hard courts, 5 lighted.

SHIPYARD RACQUET CLUB
Shipyard Plantation, 843-686-8804; Adjacent to Sonesta Resort. Full complement of facilities and instruction. Call about their free weekly pro exhibitions much of the year. 14 clay, 6 hard courts, 8 lighted.

SOUTH BEACH RACQUET CLUB
Club
Sea Pines Resort, 843-671-2215; Located near South Beach Village. 11 clay courts, 2 lighted.

VAN DER MEER TENNIS CENTER
19 DeAllyon Road, 843-785-8388; Hilton Head’s largest facility. Full complement of facilities, instruction. 21 hard, 11 clay courts, 8 l ighted.

PUBLIC COURTS

Hilton Head

The Island Recreation Association maintains the Town of Hilton Head’s public tennis courts. Play is on a first-come, first-serve basis. There is no fee. In the event that courts are being used for team play and/ or lessons, signs are posted directing players to other locations. Call 843-681-7273 for more information.

Court Locations: 

  • Chaplin Community Park, Singleton Beach Road 4 courts, lighted
  • Cordillo Courts, Cordillo Parkway: 4 courts, lighted.
  • Fairfield Square, Adrianna Lane: 2 courts
  • Hilton Head High School, School Road: 6 courts
  • Hilton Head Middle School, Wilborn Road: 4 courts

Bluffton

Bobcat Public Tennis Center
The Bobcat Public Tennis Center is located at 12 McCracken Circle in Bluffton. It has four outdoor courts that are not lighted.

Bluffton Recreation Center
The Bluffton Recreation Center is located at 61 Ulmer Road in Bluffton. There are two hard surface courts that are located in the park. For more information, call 843-757-1503.

Tennisclub of the Lowcountry
Conveniently located in the heart of Bluffton, Tennisclub of the Low Country at Rose Hill provides the latest in tennis instruction, as well as tennis programs with a personal touch you just won’t find anywhere else. 843 271-6401.

WHEN THE WEATHER DRIVES YOU INDOORS

Climb to the top of the iconic lighthouse in Harbour Town for spectacular views of Harbour Town Golf Links, the Harbour Town Yacht Basin and Calibogue Sound. Need to catch your breath as you climb? Displays lining the stairs document the island’s rich natural history.

Reserve a tour at the Gullah Museum of Hilton Head. Since 2003, the nonprofit museum has been commit ted to maintaining Gullah customs, traditions, language, stories, songs and structures in the Lowcountry. The preserved Little House is a quiet, haint-blue cottage just off Gumtree Road, built in the early 1950s before a bridge connected the island to the mainland. The museum also hosts oyster roasts and educational seminars throughout the year.

THERE’S PLENTY OF FISH IN THE SEA

Fishing is a year-round activity on Hilton Head Island. For t hose that want to keep their feet on the land, lagoon and surf fishing ar e popular choices. For t hose looking for a bit more adventure, inshore and offshore fishing may be t he ticket.

Shelter Cove Towne CentreWHATEVER YOU ARE LOOKING FOR, WE ARE BOUND TO HAVE IT.

THE SOUTH END

Coligny Plaza (One North Forest Beach Drive): The south end of the island is the heart of the vacation area. The very first shopping center on the island and a perennial favorite is Coligny Plaza. Considered Hilton Head’s “downtown” there are more than 60 stores, 15 restaurants, a unique movie theatre and even a store specializing in kites, Coligny Kite. Candy, T-shirts, and great apparel are there along with groceries, restaurants and a hardware store. Several new stores and restaurants have opened recently including The Sandbar Beach Eats, FISH Seafood & Raw Bar, Traveling Chic Boutique and the The Pelican’s Pouch.

A FEW PRECAUTIONS CAN MAKE A DIFFERECE

 

 

RESEARCH PROPER PADDLING TECHNIQUES, WATER SAFETY AND FIRST AID.

Start by taking a guided kayak tour to get a feel for the area’s unique setting.

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