Surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean and Calibogue Sound, Sea Pines occupies more than 5,000 acres of Hilton Head Island. This area is complete with sweeping vistas of sea marshes, five miles of beach and maritime forests with palmettos, pines, and live oak trees. From unparalleled golf, award-winning tennis, gourmet restaurants, and shopping areas, Sea Pines has become one Hilton Head’s most distinguished retreats. Other popular recreational activities include hiking in the Sea Pines Forest Preserve and horseback riding at Lawton Stables.

Featuring

  • Home to the famous red and white candy‐striped lighthouse
  • One of the top communities in the country according to Travel+Leisure Magazine
  • Host of the annual RBC Heritage PGA Tour golf tournament
  • Popular shopping destinations include Harbour Town and South Beach Marina

Things To Do In Sea Pines

An aerial view of the Sea Pines Clubhouse and surrounding golf course on Hilton Head Island.

Championship Golf

Sea Pines is home to three championship golf courses. The iconic Harbour Town Golf Links is home to the PGA Tour’s RBC Heritage and a must-play course on Hilton Head Island. The Heron Point by Pete Dye proves to be just as legendary as its course designer and Atlantic Dunes by Davis Love III wins the heart easily of both novice and veteran golfers.

Hilton Head Brewing Company

Harbour Town Nightly Activities

Be sure to check the Island Getaway website for updated information regarding nightly entertainment in and about this marina basin. Live music and family entertainment memories have been being made here for decades.

Biking on the beach

Biking

There are 17 miles of bike trails winding throughout the community and connecting every major activity area within Sea Pines. These paths will lead you to such sites as the Forest Preserve, Lawton Stables, Harbour Town, Sea Pines Center, Sea Pines Beach Club, Plantation Golf Club, Stoney‐Baynard Ruins, and South Beach Marina Village.