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Watch dolphins swim by sitting on the couch and within a 10 minute walk, you are in the middle of Hilton Head's downtown Coligny with a variety of shops and restaurants.

The famous Tiki Hut Beach Bar is just a stroll away where there is daily live music, cold drinks BBQ & beach volleyball along with dozens of restaurants, bars, shops, etc.

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It’s all here. Championship golf. World-class tennis. Sport fishing. These are the biggies that bring in thousands of visitors each year for tournaments both professional and amateur. You can golf two of the finest courses in the world from the Sea Pines Resort (Harbour Town Links and Heron Point). As for tennis, Hilton Head boasts 360 courts, though many of them are private. You can’t go wrong at the Van DerMeer Tennis Center with its indoor and outdoor courts and teaching professionals available year-around.

Fisherfolk love Hilton Head for its vast fishing opportunities from drop line, deep sea, sport fishing, surf fishing on the beach and even fly fishing in the marshes. Fishing boats leave from several locations around the island and charter boats are plentiful. If you only like watching sea life, rather than fishing it, you can take a dolphin excursion to view the dolphin who visit the waters of Hilton Head year around. Sailboats can be chartered or rented to capable sailors. Like to waterski? Take out a ski boat for an afternoon.

If you’re not into one of the big three mentioned above, never fear. Hilton Head is a veritable playground for active people. Explore the waterways and inlets around Hilton Head in a kayak; take to the sky in a parasail; rent a jet ski to skim across the sound; paddle board, surf or swim.

Cut throughout the island are walking and biking trails connecting beaches to the island center, through woods, marshland and housing plantations. You can rent bicycles at several locations throughout the island, or if you like the feel of the earth beneath your feet, rent inline or roller skates.

In 2012, ZipLine Hilton Head opened its first course, taking visitors on a two-hour zipline experience with eight lines over and through trees, across waterways and above the canopy.

Hilton Head beaches are wide, the sand soft enough to schooch into comfortably, yet hard enough to ride bicycles upon. The tide can be extreme, so if you want your spot right at the water’s edge, be willing to move up or down depending on the tidal changes. Gently sloped, many of the beaches have undulations that fill with water as the tide goes in and out, often revealing sandbars which you can swim out to. The offshore sandbars act something like a breakwater which brings milder wave action, but don’t be fooled—rip currents can be problematic under certain conditions. While you’re swimming, watch out for jellyfish and stingrays and the occasional shark. Lucky beachcombers can find a variety of shells, including whelks, sand dollars and cockles, while it’s not uncommon to see a horseshoe crab washed upon the shore.

With a very generous pet policy, Hilton Head beaches allow dogs all year long on or off leash (voice control) after 5 p.m. Dogs are allowed on the beach all day long during the off season between October 1 through March 31.

With 12 miles of Atlantic facing beaches, all of them open to the public from various access points, safety is a significant concern. Shore Beach Services offers lifeguards at various locations, along with chair and umbrella rentals, and you’ll often see their red jeeps patrolling the strand. Alcoholic beverages are not allowed at any time, nor are BBQ grills and fire pits, fireworks, driving motorized vehicles, or horseback riding.

When you’ve played all day, you’ll need to refuel for another day. You must expect an island to excel in seafood and Hilton Head does it from heel to toe. Start with oysters. The muddy flats surrounding the marshes are rife with these briny treasures. Area restaurants offer them raw, streamed, broiled, smoked, roasted, fried and just about any way you can imagine. For an extensive selection of oysters try the Old Oyster Factory.

A destination with world-class resorts drawing international guests must have commensurate dining options. While Hilton Head restaurants have yet to earn a Michelin star, you’ll find gastronomic adventures to excite even the pickiest palate. Red Fish draws on Lowcountry heritage with what they call an eclectic blend of fresh seafood and steaks. They have one of the finest wine lists on the island, too. Frankie Bones brings classic Italian dining in an upscale, but not stuffy, atmosphere and an extensive menu of antipasto, seafood, beef, pork and pasta. For a take on French cuisine, try Charlie’s L’etoile Verte where American sensibilities meet French inspiration. Poseidon Coastal Cuisine over at Shelter Cove shakes it up with a fusion of international selections from firecracker pork and noodles, to San Francisco style cioppino, to Maryland style crab cakes.

Don’t leave Hilton Head without sampling some Lowcountry specialties such as tomato pie, fried catfish, Lowcountry boil (also known as Frogmore stew), and perloo. Head over to A Lowcountry Backyard for a stack of fried green tomatoes, shrimp and grits, potato chip meatloaf or island crab cakes. Wash it all down with moonshine punch. Décor is homey and family friendly, as are the prices.

Swing by Big Bamboo Café for entertainment featuring local, regional and national acts. The Jazz Corner was named among the “Top 100 Great Jazz Rooms” by Downbeat magazine and serves food and beverages until 11 p.m. Poseidon Coastal Cuisine is family friendly during the day, but its Rooftop Bar is one of the hottest spots for the younger crowd when the lights go dim. Daniel’s Steakhouse Tapas Bar and Nightclub stacks away the tables and chairs after dinner for a DJ powered dance party. Comedy Magic Cabaret bills its comedy review as “funny, not filthy.” The upscale showroom has a full bar with a menu of appetizers and desserts. You can expect fabulous mixology all over Hilton Head Island, with signature cocktails, small batch spirits and craft brews.

History and Culture

During the colonial period and then the Old South, king cotton ruled Hilton Head Island with plantations worked by slaves. Planters cleared the virgin forests to make fields for crops. So far removed from society and disliking the harsh environment, island planters built only work houses on the island, preferring to live with their families in Charleston or Savannah.

Hilton Head fell to the Union early in the Civil War and occupied the Confederate Ft. Walker throughout the duration of the war. After the war ended the troops and various fort attendees went home, leaving hundreds of freed slaves who had taken refuge there. Cut off from the mainland, a distinctive culture emerged among the people which became known as Gullah. The Gullah people worked small farms, fished and collected oysters from the plentiful beds surrounding the island. They made watertight baskets from local seagrass to carry their crops and treasures using techniques brought from Africa by their ancestors. Today many of the Gullah people support themselves by making these artisan baskets, which can sell for several hundred dollars in Savannah, Charleston and Hilton Head. A visit to the Coastal Discovery Museum is well worth the time for anyone interested in the island’s history and the Gullah culture.

Up until 1956 when the first bridge connecting the island to the mainland was built, Hilton Head was accessible only by boat or ferry. It was an undeveloped coastal locale covered in sky-high pines and majestic oaks dripping with Spanish moss (the trees having regrown to maturity after the plantation economy collapsed mostly because of the boll weevil plague on cotton). A group of investors called the Hilton Head Company bought the island and commenced logging operations. In 1956, Charles E. Fraser bought his father’s share of the company and began a long-term development project. A lawyer by profession, Fraser introduced something unheard of in its time, restrictive covenants designed to protect the natural environment. Fraser’s vision included building codes so that structures would blend seamlessly into the landscape, that no building could be taller than the surrounding trees. This vision is evident throughout the island where Hilton Head plantation style architecture now demands its own glory. There are many fine shopping areas, but you won’t find garish strip malls and even the big box stores are low key.

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You are a short walk to the downtown area of Hilton Head where there is everything you need from shops, restaurants, grocery stores, nightlife, bike and kayak rentals, golf, and tennis.
Watch dolphins swim by sitting on the couch and within a 10 minute walk, you are in the middle of Hilton Head's downtown Coligny with a variety of shops and restaurants.

The famous Tiki Hut Beach Bar is just a stroll away where there is daily live music, cold drinks BBQ & beach volleyball along with dozens of restaurants, bars, shops, etc.

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It’s all here. Championship golf. Worl…

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You are a short walk from Hilton Head's downtown where there are dozens of shops, restaurants, bars, grocery stores, bike and kayak rentals, etc. You won't have to get in your car again after you arrive since everything you need is a short walk away.

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As a 1985 Air Force Academy graduate, I spent 25 years as a C-130 Navigator with the Savannah Air National Guard. Please let me know if you have a military background and I'd like to meet up with you! I am currently working as a Tour Guide, touring throughout the U.S.
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