8 Sep 2021
South Carolina's coast provides the perfect destination for creating safe vacation space. You won't have any trouble finding secluded spots along this gorgeous stretch of beach.
Top-Rated Golf Courses
The resort communities of and offer some of the top golf courses in the country. That's awesome, as golf is the perfect activity for social distancing. After all, "groups" are limited to four or fewer people who never have to be closer than six feet to each other. Players can stay outdoors and soak in all that Vitamin D.
Seabrook Island Equestrian Center
Whether you're an avid horseman or have never ridden, the provides a fantastic, family-friendly way to experience the coast. Get private horseback riding lessons or take a tour. The Center features one of the few beach rides on the East Coast. From beginners to advanced riders to kids, there's a beach ride for every skill level.
is a public beach and destination with shops and restaurants along Ocean Boulevard from 10th to 14th Avenue. It's the perfect spot to visit with plenty of things to do. Most importantly, there are tons of places along this stretch of shoreline to relax in a beach chair away from others.
Walk, sit, swim or romp the 11 miles of pristine beaches along the Atlantic Ocean and Bohicket River at on Kiawah Island. The park features plenty of amenities, including a picnic area, barbecue grills, restrooms and showers, dressing areas, a snack bar, and access to beach rentals. It's everything you need for a relaxing - and quiet - day at the beach.
Sand & Sea Spa at Wild Dunes
Nothing takes you away like a Spa Day. Book a massage, facial, island body scrub, or other treatment at the . This world-class spa provides a place to re-set and recharge. Immerse yourself in a serene space that encourages a slow-down.
Kiawah Island Trails
Walk or bike the 30-mile network of varied-surface , providing scenic views of parks and maritime forests, golf courses, and the Kiawah River walking bridge. Discover hidden observation towers and cross 10 miles of the beach.
Toni Morrison's Bench by the Road
Take a seat at this hidden gem tucked on the backside of Fort Moultrie at the African Slave Trade Point of Entry on Sullivan's Island. The bench, placed by the Toni Morrison Society, provides a spot to reflect on slavery, as well as forgotten moments in African-American history.
Since you've already found yourself on the grounds of in search of Morrison's Bench, explore the grounds and artifacts of this historic site. Fort Moultrie dates back to 1776, then 1809, when the military built a second fort of bricks. It was "modernized" in the 1870s after the heavy damage of the Civil War. It now displays all significant periods of its history.