Sea Pines

Sea Pines

Captivating generations of travelers for over 50 years

Surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean and Calibogue Sound, Sea Pines occupies more than 5,000 acres of Hilton Head Island, 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.

Complexes in Sea Pines:
Lake Forest / Racquet Club / Bluff Villas / Ketch Cutter

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 PGA Tour golf Tournament, RBC Heritage
  • Popular shopping destinations include Harbour Town and South Beach Marina
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More About Sea Pines, Hilton Head Island SC

Surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean and Calibogue Sound, Sea Pines occupies more than 5,000 acres of Hilton Head Island, 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.
Getting To Sea Pines (PDF)

  • Take Exit 8 and follow US 278 East to Hilton Head Island (approx. 20 miles).
  • Once to Hilton Head Island, take the Cross Island Parkway to the Sea Pines Circle (traffic circle). Take the first exit off of the traffic (Greenwood Drive) and the main gate of Sea Pines will be just ahead.

Getting to Island Getaway

  • After crossing the main bridge onto Hilton Head Island, merge into left lanes and look for signs to the Cross Island Parkway.
  • Follow the Cross Island Parkway through the Toll Booth ($1.25) until the Sea Pines traffic circle.
  • Take the third exit on the traffic circle (3/4 of the way around the circle) to Route 278 (mainland).
  • Turn right at the first traffic light onto Arrow Road and go to the stop sign ahead.
  • Turn left on New Orleans Road and Island Getaway is approximately one block on the left, 28 New Orleans Road, Hilton Head Island, SC 29928

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Getting Around

By Car:
Hilton Head Island has two main roadways: the Cross Island Parkway or Business 278. The Cross Island Parkway is a toll road, costing $1.25 for most passenger cars. Hilton Head has 24 hour taxi service, 7 days a week and transport from Savannah and Hilton Head airports.

By Free Shuttle:
Sea Pines offers a free trolley to transport you to shops, restaurants and other destinations in Sea Pines. The free service runs from Harbour Town, South Beach Marina & Village, The Shops at Sea Pines Center and more. This complimentary service is available from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend. The Sea Pines security gates will have free maps and specific shuttle times and locations.

By Bike:
There are many parks with nature trails and public beaches. Biking along the 12‐mile coast is also a popular option, and there are many bike rental choices (with delivery and pick-up) on Hilton Head Island. Also unique to Hilton Head are the 50 miles of bike paths that will wind you through almost all of the Island’s areas and parks.

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