Surrounded by natural splendor in the Lowcountry of South Carolina is the private oceanfront community of Seabrook Island. This destination is home to maritime forests, marshes and some of the longest, widest and most pristine beaches you can find in the region.
Seabrook Island is just minutes from the historic city of Charleston and immediately draws you in as you explore its grounds and see how it just may be a place lost in time.
Seabrook Island Attractions
During your visit to Seabrook Island, be sure to check out the island that once served as battlegrounds for the American Revolution and Civil War from a historic perspective. The island was used as a staging areas for Hessian and British troops during the Revolutionary years and, at the height of the Civil War, was sold to William Gregg. You can tour the island by renting a bike and cruising around town. You can check out Alligator Bike and Island Bike & Surf Shop for your bike rental needs.
Seabrook Island's wide, long beaches are perfect for playing in the sand or going for a swim. Pelican Beach is also known as Sunset Beach and is the perfect place for young children to swim. North Beach is the ideal spot for visitors who want to check out the sunrise. It's also home to one of the widest fronts on the Carolina Coast. There's also the Sands at the Beach Club. It's where all the action is and where everyone goes to play in the sand and get a great view of the surrounding areas.
Heading out for a day on the water is also a great idea for an adventure during your visit to Seabrook Island. There are boat charters for sailing and fishing as well as kayak and canoe rentals so you can navigate the water on your own. Try Bohicket Charters, Island Bike & Surf Shop, Drum Runner Fishing Charters, Boat Charleston, Captain Jack's Sailing & Dolphin Watching Adventures or Bohicket Boat for rentals to get you where you want to go out on the open sea.
Things to Do
Equestrian Center: Seabrook Island Equestrian Center is perfect for those of all skill levels. The center also offers rides on guide trails as well as ponies and riding lessons to those who want to learn. There are 3 miles of trails to explore. Visitors to the club will get to see the spacious pastures and even the 42 stalls where the horses are kept.
Golf: There are two championship golf courses that call Seabrook Island home - Crooked Oaks and Ocean Winds. At either of these two options you'll enjoy uncrowded playing conditions and a total of 36 holes of golf on a variety of different courses. Both golf courses are par 72, and Ocean Winds is located along the shores of the Atlantic Ocean while Crooked Oaks can be found among the marsh, maritime forests and century old live oak trees.
Camp Seabrook: Camp Seabrook is perfect for kids of all ages and offers activities including island excursions, workshops, pool fun, pony rides, arts and crafts, kickball and nature hikes.