With the abundance of sand and sun, spring days are calling a visit to Hilton Head Island. Check out the top 5 places to explore on your next visit to Hilton Head this spring.
1. Collgny Beach Park
The largest beach on Hilton Head Island awaits you at the end of Pope Avenue, just off Collgny Circle. Spring is a wonderful time to enjoy the miles of sand, splashing in the ocean and relaxing under an umbrella. The beach also has clean bathrooms and changing rooms. Rinse off after a day at the beach in the convenient outdoor showers and don’t forget to check out the variety of food options in the park.
2. Art Center
in the middle of Hilton Head Island is the Art Center with a 349-seat theatre that is a well known art center in the country. Hosting performing and visual arts and exciting festivals, as well as musicals, dramas, musicians, comedians, artists, and a multitude of performances take place. When you have had enough of the hot sun, splashing and biking, definitely check out the Art Center at 14 Shelter Cove Lane. Phone: 843.842.2787
3. Coastal Discovery Museum
Do you want to learn more about South Carolina’s lowcountry, cultural heritage and natural history? Then come to the Coastal Discovery Museum where kids and adults can learn from the fun learning opportunities. You can also check out the butterfly enclosure, gardens, peaceful walks under the oaks, and aquatic life education. Address is 70 Honey Horn Drive. Phone: 843.689.6767
4. Shelter Cove Town Center
Discovery excellent shops and delicious restaurants in a cute village that shows a modern lifestyle in the middle of the historic island. The center overlooks Broad Creek, with two lagoons and a new park. Both locals and tourists love visiting the Shelter Cove Town Center for a relaxed shopping and dining experience. Address is 40 Shelter Cove Lane. Phone: 843.686.3090
5. Pinckney Island National Wildlife Refuge
This popular spot offers explorers who like to fish, hike, and bike. You may also enjoy spotting and counting the abundant whitetail deer. The Pinckney Island National Wildlife Refugee is a little over 4,000 acres of mostly salt marsh, brush land, ponds and forests. Be sure to have extra storage on your phone or camera for the many wildlife photographic opportunities.