Hilton Head Area
Audubon Newhall Preserve
Palmetto Bay Road, (843)785-5775. 50-acre preserve where native plant life & many species of birds have been identified. Coastal Discovery Museum on Hilton Head Honey Horn Plantation, William Hilton Pkwy., Hilton Head Island, (843)689-6767, M-Sun 9am-5pm. Coastal plant & animal life & area history. Marsh walks, butterfly garden, cruises & tours of historic & natural sites.
Coastal Discovery Museum At Honey Horn
70 Honey Horn Dr.(843)689-6767.
Honey Horn consists of 68 acres of breathtaking natural beauty and a dozen historic structures scattered throughout the property. Guided Walks and Terrace Talks teach of the varied nature and rich history of the area. An art gallery and interactive exhibits are found in the main structure.
Old Zion Cemetery
US 278, Hilton Head Island. Grave sites of families of prominent Lowcountry Sea Island cotton plantations, most pre-dating 1860. Site of the Zion Chapel of Ease, part of the Angelican St. Luke’s Parish, established 1767.
Sea Pines Forest Preserve
65-acres set aside for nature in the heart of Sea Pines, call Sea Pines Recreation Department for reservations for walking tours, hayrides and more at (800)SEAPINES.
at the end of Lighthouse Road in Sea Pines Plantation. See the Harbour Town Lighthouse, Harbour Town Yacht Basin and many charming boutiques and restaurants. Admission fee to Sea Pines.
Shelter Cove Harbour-Palmetto Dunes Resort
The island’s most unique specialty shops and restaurants all with glorious harbour and sunset views.