HILTON HEAD ISLAND, SC

SPRING ISLAND’S OLDER BROTHER

Hilton Head’s development began in the 1950s with Sea Pines, an early prototype for Spring Island. A new approach to land development based on environmental considerations set the stage for the wider development of the Hilton Head area over the coming years. Old growth oaks, Indian shell-rings, a rich Gullah history and more have been preserved as part of the conscious and measured growth of this area. In addition, Hilton Head has a vibrant cultural community for an island of it’s size. A successful theatrical program, a celebrated symphony orchestra, a choral society, and the largest tented wine-tasting event on the east coast are among its many attractions. Just 25 minutes from Spring Island, many residents enjoy visits to Hilton Head, one of the nation’s foremost family vacation resorts on the east coast. Twelve miles of spectacular beaches, world-renowned golf and tennis ensure that there is no shortage of things to do in Hilton Head.

HILTON HEAD ISLAND PARTICULARS

  • Excellent restaurants, shopping and dining
  • Theatre, symphony and other cultural entertainment
  • 50 miles of paved bike paths
  • Easy access to watersports, boating and cruises
  • Historical: A frontier of Spain, a colony of France and a pivotal base of operation in early Civil War
  • 12 miles of white sand beaches
  • Home to the RBC Heritage PGA Tournament

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