Outdoors and Nature

Yellow bicycle parked on a Hilton Head Island beach during sunset.
Hilton Head is known for our wonderful bike paths, with 12 miles of sandy beaches and 50 miles of bike paths. View our tips for biking on Hilton Head Island!Read more
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Head and back of a dark green alligator poking out of the water surrounded by lily pads.
The alligator: Hilton Head Island’s original local inhabitant. You’ll see them sunning on the banks of the lagoons or leisurely swimming around in search of their next snack or place to lounge.Read more
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Tiny green and brown sea turtle moving along wet sand on the beach.
Hilton Head’s loggerheads are listed as a threatened species by both the federal government and by the state of South Carolina. There are many things both residents and visitors can do to promote the survival of these loggerheadsRead more
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Wooden bridge over a pond leading to a golf course on a partly cloudy day.
Who says cold weather has to keep you off the golf course? Come on down to Hilton Head Island and tee it up this winter on some of the best courses in the Carolinas!Read more
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