Beaufort Day Trips

Beaufort Day Trips

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Beaufort Day Trip Option 1 – Military Tour

 1. Arsenal Museum and Visitor’s Center

715 Craven St, (843)-525-8500Beaufort Day Trip Ideas

The Arsenal was built in 1798, and home to the Beaufort Volunteer Artillery, commissioned in 1802. This company was originally organized in 1776 and served in the American Revolutionary War. They were the 5tholdest military unit in the United States. The structure was constructed of brick and tabby; an early form of concrete made from lime, sand and oyster shells. It has taken part in every war fought on native soil. The building was enlarged and renovated in 1934. In the yard visitors will find brass trophy guns which were captured from the British in 1779, seized by Union forces in 1861 and later returned in 1880. The property now serves as Beaufort Visitor’s Center and Museum. Inside visitors will find relics of nature, war and early industry.

National Cemetery in Beaufort - Day Trips SC Lowcountry2. National Cemetery (1601 Boundary St, open 8-sunset)

The National Cemetery is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. More than 14,000 veterans lie in rest in the cemetery. It holds a Union Soldier’s Monument, the Confederate Soldier’s Monument and the Massachusetts Monument.  The Union Soldier’s Monument was erected in the 1870’s to honor 174 unknown Union soldiers buried in the cemetery. The Confederate Soldier’s Monument was built in 1997 in honor of Confederate soldiers interred at the cemetery. The Massachusetts Monument was built after the remains of the All-Black 55th and 1st North Carolina Infantry were interred in 1989.

3. Lunch at a local restaurantLunch in Beaufort SC

Beaufort has a large array of dining choices. Whether you are looking for a quick
bite or a full meal, we have what you’re looking for. Just consult the Visitors section of this website to find a sandwich shop or a restaurant that has exactly what you are looking for.

Parris Island Museum - Beaufort Day Trips4. Parris Island Museum

111 Panama St, Parris Island

The Parris Island Museum contains over 8,000 sq ft of gallery space dedicated to teaching the long and honored history and traditions of the Marine Corps. Visitors to the museum will find inspiration from stories told through artifacts and images of Marines who have served our nation.

Beaufort Day Trip Option 2 – Historic Downtown Tour

 

1. Arsenal Museum and Visitor’s Centeralt

715 Craven St, (843)-525-8500

This once vital military structure now serves as Beaufort Visitor’s Center and Museum. Inside visitors will find relics of nature, war and early industry. The Arsenal also has local attraction information.

alt2. Carriage Tour

Spend an hour of your day with a local tour guide being driven around our beautiful city in a horse-drawn carriage. You will come away from the experience with knowledge of our rich heritage and interesting tales of local folk lore.

3. Lunch at a local waterfront restaurantalt

After your carriage ride, head to Bay Street to pick a lunch destination from the many popular waterfront restaurants. Watch boats drift by on glistening water as you enjoy a meal prepared from fresh local seafood and produce.

alt4. Tabernacle Baptist Church

911 Craven St

The Tabernacle Baptist Church was built by the African American members of the Beaufort Baptist Church after Federal occupation of Beaufort in 1861. The churchyard cemetery is the final resting place of Robert Smalls. Smalls was a slave who rose to greatness during the Civil War.

5. John Mark Verdier House Museum
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801 Bay St

The John Mark Verdier House is located in Historic Beaufort.  The house was built by, and named for a prosperous merchant and planter. The Federal style house was visited by the Marquis de Lafayette in 1825. It also served as headquarters by Union officers during the Civil War.  The house is now a museum. Tours are available every hour on the half-hour, Monday thru Saturday.

alt6. St. Helena’s Episcopal Church

505 Church St

St. Helena’s Episcopal Church was built in 1724. It is one of the oldest active churches in North America. It is built of brick that was carried over in the ballast area of ships. The bricks were then smoothed over with stucco to create a smooth surface .St Helena’s most noted parishioner during the Revolutionary era was Thomas Heyward Jr, a signer of the Declaration of Independence. The church is still in possession of a Communion set that was a gift in 1734 by Captain John Bull, which was given in memory of his wife, who disappeared during the Yemassee Indian War. The remains of Colonel John Barnwell, better known as “Tuscarora Jack” are buried in the church cemetery. He was a famous Indian fighter and former of Beaufort Town in 1711.

7. Stroll the many art galleries downtownalt

Beaufort has the distinction of being one of the top 20 art towns in America. Come visit our galleries and find out why.

Beaufort Day Trip Option 3 – Historic & Boat Tour

alt1. Guided Walking Tour

Soak up the local history with an expert walking tour guide. Stroll the streets and hear the stories of the forefathers of our fair city and the homes they built. Hear about the pirates that plundered off our waters and came ashore to cause mischief. You never know, there may even be a ghost story or two included.

2. Lunch at a local restaurantalt

Stop in one of our local restaurants to sample Lowcountry cooking at its finest.
Beaufort chefs use fresh local seafood and produce to create delicious mouth-watering dishes.

3. River tour

Spend the afternoon boating in the pristine water surrounding beautiful Beaufort. View marshes and sea islands of the ACE Basin. Don’t forget to bring your camera to capture images of the area along with it’s abundant wildlife.

4. Port Royal Sound Foundation Maritime Center

310 Okatie Highway, (843) 645-7774Port Royal Sound Foundation

At the Maritime Center you can: Experience dynamic exhibits and the rich variety of life found in the Port Royal Sound Area: see what a 10 foot tiger shark looks like! Discover our amazing local marine life in a 3,000 gallon aquarium and the educational touch tanks. Enjoy the water by boat, kayak, canoe and more. Connect to the stories and rich history that make the Sound so unique.

Beaufort Day Trip Option 4 – Islands Tour

alt1. Penn Center

 

Located off Land’s End Rd at 16 Penn Center Circle West, St Helena Island

As stated in their official website, Penn Center is, “Tucked in the heart of the South Carolina Sea Islands between glimmering marshes and deep water, nestled beneath the silvery moss draped limbs of massive live oaks…” The Penn Center is the site of one of the country’s first schools for freed slaves. The historic campus of Penn Center sits on 50 acres in the heart of Gullah culture on St. Helena Island, off the coast of Beaufort.

alt2. Picnic or eat at a local Gullah restaurant

The Gullah style of cooking uses only local and in season ingredients for
cooking their dishes. Food is prepared in a natural and serene setting. Most menu choices are stewed, grilled or roasted. No Gullah meal would be complete without rice and cornbread. Stop by a local Gullah restaurant for what guarantees to be a unique and memorable experience.

alt3. Shop the local arts area

No trip to the Beaufort islands would be complete without a little shopping at Frogmore’s Four Corners on St Helena Island. Local artists display one of a kind artwork that is distinctive to the Beaufort islands.

alt4. Chapel of Ease

Land’s End Rd, St Helena Island

Chapels of ease were built during the Colonial Period as houses of worship for plantation owners and their families. One such structure is located on St. Helena’s Island. The Sea Island rice plantations were located too far from the churches of Beaufort. The Chapel of Ease was constructed here of tabby walls between 1742 and 1747. A forest fire destroyed most of it in 1886. All that remains today are tabby walls and a cemetery. Today the Chapel of Ease remains as a peaceful and tranquil reminder of Sea Island life.

5. Ft Fremont 

Land’s End Rdalt

Fort Fremont is located on St Helena Island in Beaufort County. Constructed in 1899, its purpose was to defend Port Royal Sound as a modern coastal defense system. Earthen bulwarks are in place to protect the harbor side of the fort, which accommodated many disappearing guns and a rapid fire battery.  It has recently been purchased by Beaufort County to be preserved as a historic site and public park. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Beaufort Day Trip Option 5 –Hunting Island Day at the Beach
Hwy 21

alt1. Hunting Island State Park Visitor’s Center

The Visitor’s Center is located inside the park gate. Inside visitors will find information on the park and educational programs that are available.

2. Day at the beachalt

Spend the day relaxing in the sun as the tides rise and fall. Watch fiddler crabs and sea gulls forage in the surf. Relax and enjoy the day in one of South Carolina’s most beautiful state beaches. Bath houses are located at each beach access area including restrooms and outdoor showers.

alt3. Picnic

Bring your picnic onto the beach or grill out in one of the many picnic areas located adjacent to the beaches. Grills and picnic tables are available.

huntingb-209 4. Lighthouse climb

Constructed in 1859, the historic Hunting Island Lighthouse is the only lighthouse in the state that is open to the public. The 167 step climb offers spectacular views of the Atlantic Ocean and the surrounding marshes and maritime forest. Admission is from 10 am – 4:45 pm daily March – October, and until 3:45 pm November – February.

alt5. Scenic Marshwalk

Extending across the lush marsh tidal flats, the Hunting Island Marshwalk extends across to a small hummock that provides a magnificent platform for viewing area nature and wildlife. The boardwalk can be found on Hwy 21 on the west side of the park. Bring your camera and capture images of ever-present shore birds.

Beaufort Day Trip Option 6 – Kayak Tour

Spend the day enjoying nature at its finest on the pristine waterways around Beaufort.alt

1. Kayak tour of Beaufort waterways

Nature and history tours by kayak leave daily from downtown Beaufort, Hunting Island and the ACE Basin. No experience is necessary.

a935b10156537d26d1ae2886445051c42. Picnic

Spread out a blanket and enjoy a picnic lunch along the bank of the river.

Beaufort Day Trip Option 7 – Horseback Riding on the Beach

alt1. Horseback riding 

Enjoy the beauty of the Lowcountry with a horse back ride! Trails wander throughout a 60 acre farm, down roads and paths past beautiful old live oak trees and island palms. Trails take visitors on the edge of the marshlands with its wide expanse full of wild life. Other trails venture onto the beach.

alt2. Lunch at Lady’s Island Restaurant

Lady’s Island has many fine dining choices.

Beaufort Day Trip Option 8 – Gullah Heritage Tour

alt1. Gullah Heritage Tour

Gullah is a rich, cultural heritage linking West Africa and America. The Gullah culture is most reticent in those who live along the sea islands. There is no better way to discover the traditions of the island’s rich African-American culture of “Gullah” than with on-site recollections and stories rich in cultural history.

2. Lunch at a local Gullah Restaurantalt

The Gullah style of cooking uses only local and in season ingredients for
cooking their dishes. Food is prepared in a natural and serene setting. Most menu choices are stewed, grilled or roasted. No Gullah meal would be complete without rice and cornbread. Stop by a local Gullah restaurant for what guarantees to be a unique and memorable experience.

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Bed and Breakfasts and Inns

The Beaufort Inn
809 Port Republic St
(843)379-4667, (888)522-0250
www.beaufortinn.com

Beaulieu House at Cat Island
3 Sheffield Ct, (843)770-0303,
(866)814-7833, www.beaulieuhouse.com

The Cuthbert House Inn
1203 Bay St. (843)521-1315
(800)327-9275, www.cuthberthouseinn.com

Greyhound Flats Bed & Breakfast
210 Scott Street, (843)441-5998
www.greyhoundflats.com

Magnolia Court
1206 Pigeon Point Rd.
(843)812-5175, (843)521-0633
www.vrbo.com/84972

North Street Inn
1411 North St. (843)986-1126
www.northstreetinn.com

The Rhett House Inn
1009 Craven St. (843)524-9030, (888)480-9530
www.rhetthouseinn.com

Two Suns Inn Bed & Breakfast
1705 Bay St. (843)522-1122, (800)532-4244
www.twosunsinn.com

Camping

Hunting Island State Park
2555 Sea Island Pkwy
(843)838-2011, (866)345-PARK
www.discoversouthcarolina.com
Water and electrical hookups. RV sites up
to 28 ft, some up to 40 ft. Showers with
restroom facilities. Primitive camping area
for organized groups of up to 100 people. Cabins also available.

Tuck in De Wood Campground
22 Tuc In De Wood Ln, St. Helena Island, (843)838-2267  
www.tuckinthewood.com
RV, full hook-up, near boat landings and beach, playground,
basketball, sports field, nature trails, fishing pond.

Hotels and Motels

America’s Best Inn
2448 Boundary St, (843)524-3322
(866)538-6166,  www.americasbestinns.com

Best Western Sea Island Inn
1015 Bay St, (843)522-2090
(800)780-7234, www.bestwestern.com

City Loft Hotel
301 Carteret St, (843)379-5638
www.citylofthotel.com

Country Inn & Suites
2450 Boundary St, (843)379-4000
(800)456-4000, www.countryinns.com

Comfort Suites Hotel
131 Big John Rd, (843)379-9400
www.comfortsuites.com

Econo Lodge
2227 Boundary St, (843)525-9366
www.choicehotels.com

Hampton Inn
2342 Boundary St
(843)986-0600, (800)426-7866
www.hamptoninn.com

Hilton Garden Inn
1500 Queen St, (843)379-9800
(800)276-7415, www.beaufort.hgi.com

Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites
2225 Boundary St, (843)379-3100
(800)Holiday, www.holidayinn.com

Howard Johnson Express Inn
3651 Trask Pkwy, (843)524-6020
(800)446-4656, www.hojo.com

Inn at Town Center Quality Inn at Town Center
 2001 Boundary St, (843)524-2144
 www.qualityinn.com
 The newly renovated Inn at Town Center is conveniently located near Historic Downtown Beaufort and Parris Island Marine Corp Recruit Depot. This hotel features 150 well appointed guest rooms, the Garden Room (perfect for meetings or other events), an outdoor swimming pool, fitness workout room, and a friendly, knowledgeable staff. Call today for reservations and a tour at (843)524-2144.

Sleep Inn
2523 Boundary St, (843)522-3361
(877)520-3361, www.beaufortsleepinn.com

Vacation and Property Rentals

Ashton Pointe Apartments
(843)379-1110, www.liveashtonpointe.com
Offering comfort, beauty and inspired living unmatched in the Beaufort area. Situated in a gorgeous setting, Ashton Pointe offers spacious one and two-bedroom floorplans with abundant light and invigorating zero-entry pool with grilling area, beautiful new resident amenity center with internet cafe and an excellent location. Short and long-term leases available to fit everyone’s needs.

Cora Bett Thomas Realtors
311 Carteret ST, (843)525-1100
www.corabettthomas.com

DuBose Rentals
804 Washington St, (843)524-3540
(877)768-7999, www.page1pub.net/fripp1

Exit Realty of Beaufort
910 Charles St, (843)521-2022
(888)903-2481, www.exitbeaufort.com

Fripp Island Resort
201 Tarpon Blvd, Fripp Island, (843)838-2131
(800)276-7415, www.frippislandresort.com 
We cordially invite you to experience our unique South Carolina seaside charm and consider the unusual combination of relaxation and recreation that the Fripp Island Resort has to offer. The Resort is a hidden treasure on South Carolina’s coast, nestled among beautiful natural surroundings. Whether you want to relax and unwind or fill your vacation with adventure Fripp Island Resort has what you are looking for, it truly is an island of possibilities.

Harbor Island Rentals
2123 Sea Island Pkwy (800)553-0251 or (843)838-4800. www.harborisland-sc.com
Private island with 24 hour security gate. Located 15 minutes outside of Historic Beaufort. Spacious, beachfront villa & home rentals. Easy access to golf & boating.

Harbor Island Vacations
Harbor Dr, Harbor Island, (828)779-1055
www.harborislandvacations.com

Island Realty
2 Harbor Dr, (843)838-3004
(888)374-7747, www.islandrealty.info

Magnolia Court
1204 & 1206 Pigeon Point Rd, (843)521-0633
(843)812-5175, www.discoversouthcarolina.com
Featuring 1 & 2 bedroom guest suites, fully furnished and appointed. Quiet neighborhood location close to uptowns Beaufort’s shopping and dining district. Weekly and monthly rates are available, call for reservations and information.

Seaside GetawaySeaside Getaways
(800)651-8814, www.seasidegetaways.com
We  invite you to reserve your family vacation, personal retreat or romantic getaway with us in one of our private premier homes on one of three beautiful barrier islands near Beaufort. Fripp Island, the most popular in the series of barrier islands sets a more active tone w/two championship golf courses, pools, restaurants, tennis, full service marina, and bicycle/scooter/golf cart rentals. Hunting Island State Park’s terrain resembles a rain forest, with ferns and fronds, palmettos and broad-leafed plants. Harbor Island is a quaint, beach community boasting both ocean front and marsh view homes. Call us at (800)651-8814 or email at reservations@seasidegetaways.com.

Assisted Living Communities
Beaufort County

A’Lelia Residential Care
10 Jacob White Rd, Yemassee
(843)466-0356

Bayview Manor
11 S Todd Dr, Beaufort
(843)524-8911

Bostick’s Adult Residential Care Facility
1912 Duke St, Beaufort
(843)524-3906

Broad Creek, A Classic Residence by Hyatt Care Center
801 Lemongrass Ct, Hilton Head Island
(843)341-7316, www.hyattclassic.com

Carolina House of Bluffton
800 Fording Island Rd. Bluffton
(843)815-2555, www.brookdaleliving.com

Carolina House of Hilton Head
35 Beach City Rd. Hilton Head
(843)342-5599, www.brookdaleliving.com

Hawthorne Inn of Hilton Head
15 Main St, Hilton Head
(843)342-6565, www.emeritus.com

Helena House
1624 Paris Ave, Port Royal
(843)982-0233

Life Care Center of Hilton Head
120 Lamotte Dr, Hilton Head
(843)681-6006, www.lcaa.com

Marquise Residential Home
9 Frazier Village Dr, Beaufort
(843)846-8417

Morningside of Beaufort
109 Old Salem Rd, Beaufort
(843)982-0220, www.moringside.com

Palm Meadows Court
48 Main St, Hilton Head
(843)342-7122, www.palmmeadows.com

Port Royal Community Residence
1508 Old Shell Rd, Port Royal
(843)525-7684

The Preston Health Center
87 Birdsong Way, Hilton Head
(843)689-7077, www.thecypress.com

River Oaks Residential Care
1251 Lady’s Island Dr
(843)521-2298

Seabrook Wellness And Health Care
of Hilton Head
300 Woodhaven Dr, (843)842-3747
www.theseabrook.com

Summit Place Of Beaufort
1119 Pickpocket Plantation Dr
(843)770-0105, www.summitplaceofbeaufort.com

Beaufort ~ Port Royal ~ St. Helena Tours

Beaufort SC ~ Port Royal ~ St. Helena Tours

Bay Street Outfitters
825 Bay St, (843)524-5250
Our Redfish fishery is rivaled by very few other locations, and with it being year round each season brings different habits from these fish so each one is a new experience.  Visit our website to see the seasons of these Reds and our other species here in Beaufort.

Beaufort Kayak Tours
(843)525-0810
Explore one of the most interesting areas in Beaufort county, from a natural history, conservation and cultural history standpoint. On this tour we will explore the “C” in the ACE basin, the Combahee River. We will discuss rice culture and history, conservation successes, and the present use of the historic rice fields. This trip is best in fall, winter and spring.

Beaufort Lands End Paddling
(252)259-6227
Take a two hour tour with an experienced guide. Choose between paddling the Beaufort River or Hunting Island, or a sunset tour at either location. There’s a good chance you’ll see dolphins!

Beaufort Photography Tours
(843)940-7166
Personalized photo tours of Beaufort and the Sea Islands. Combine the knowledge of hidden gems only locals know about with professional photographers and you have Beaufort Photography Tours. More shooting time, less searching time.

Beaufort History and Movie Tours 
(843)838-2746
Explore the 300+ year history of Beaufort, see its beautiful antebellum homes, Spanish Moss-draped live oaks and beautiful marsh views. Want to see where Forrest Gump crossed into Mississippi? Where Forrest and Bubba fought in Vietnam? Travel on the funeral procession route of The Big Chill. View the beautiful scenery from the Prince of Tides. Visit the spots where Julia Roberts filmed Something to Talk About. See where G.I. Jane was tortured.

Camelot Farms, LLC
101 Tom & Mike Ln, St Helena Island
(843)838-3938. Experience the South Carolina Lowcountry on horseback. Spectacular scenery on our Coast Line Ride, beautiful moss draped oaks on our Plantation Ride, and much more! Located between Beaufort and Fripp Island.

Gray Line Beaufort Tours
928 1/2 St, (843)473-7107
Experience over three hundred years of history in Beaufort, South Carolina’s second oldest city. This charming city boasts a fascinating history of exploration by the Spanish, the French and the English. Explore the National Historic Landmark District to admire the sweeping antebellum homes, scenic views, and historic churches. Visit movie locations from Forrest Gump, The Great Santini, The Prince of Tides and The Big Chill, among others.

Historic Churches of Beaufort Self Guided Walking Tour
Click the above link to read about the historic  Beaufort churches. Some pre-date the Revolutionary War. Others were instrumental in the education of freedmen.

Janet’s Walking History Tours
1006 Bay St, Downtown Marina, (843)226-4412
Guided, fully narrated, 2 mile walking history tour of Beaufort. Tours begin and end at the Downtown Marina Ship’s Store. Special group tours and times available.

Kazoo Factory Museum and Tours
12 John Galt Rd, Beaufort, (843)982-6387
Fully guided tours are offered Monday – Friday. The tour includes presentations, demonstrations and a walk through the kazoo factory. Visitors even get to make their own kazoo.

Let’s Roam Scavenger Hunts
713 Craven St
Discover South Carolinaʼs second oldest city with this Beaufort scavenger hunt. Established in 1711, Beaufort is one of the few cities in the South to retain so many historic buildings. Boasting a bevy of beautiful mansions, this coastal town is sure to induce “porch envy.” Moss-laden live oaks, sweeping staircases and grand two-story porticos line the cityʼs streets. And behind stately walls, Beaufortʼs historic homes hold fascinating stories of the people who shaped the cityʼs past and present.

Lowcountry Wildlife Photo Safaris
(843)524-3037, Explore the SC lowcountry with Eric Horan, professional wildlife photographer. Eric offers information tours open to photographers of all skill levels through scenic waterways and along pristine beaches of the barrier islands.

Parris Island Tour
111 Panama St, Parris Island (843)228-2951
Self-guided tours available at the Parris Island Museum.

Pat Conroy Literary Center
601 Bladen St, Beaufort
The Pat Conroy Literary Center will cultivate a passionate and inclusive reading and writing community in honor of Pat Conroy, who dedicated his life to spreading his love for literature and writing to future generations.
(843)-379-7025

Penn Center Museum and Historic Site
16 Penn Center Circle, St Helena Island
(843)838-2474

Sea Island Carriage
930 Bay St, (843)476-7789
Narrated carriage tour of the Old Point neighborhood and Historic District of Beaufort.

Southurn Rose Buggy Tours
1002 Bay St, Beaufort, (843)524-2900
Narrated buggy tours of historic Beaufort by professionally trained guides. Buggies depart from the Waterfront Marina.

St Phillips Island Tours
Hunting Island State Park Nature Center, (843) 884-7684
Take the ferry from Hunting Island State Park to St. Phillips Island. Departing from the Hunting Island State Park Nature Center, the boat tour to St. Phillips Island is a naturalist-led ecotour along the Story River to the St. Phillips Island dock. Once on the island, a park ranger will welcome everyone before boarding the tram to the beach. You’ll have time to beach comb, hike interior trails or simply relax on the beach with a picnic.  After your ramblings on this pristine barrier island, the tram will take you back to the dock for the return trip to the mainland.

Tales of the Lowcountry
(843)812-2924
Two hour walking tour or a one hour air conditioned van tour jam packed with over 500 years of history, folktales, and Hollywood lore surrounding our beloved Beaufort by the sea. Take a ghost tour visit all the local “haunts” intertwining ghost tales with the history of Beaufort.

Tidal Tours
(843)592-0448
Cruise on our powerboat. Play on the sandbar, watch dolphins, or just drift with the tides and watch the sun go down.  Learn about the complex ecosystem within Fripp Inlet. Travel with the captain and explore one of our many barrier islands. Sailing enthusiasts will enjoy a sailing tour or lessons.

Beaufort Real Estate

Beaufort Real Estate

Apex Realty
908 Charles St, (843)321-9204

Ballenger Realty
613-A Carteret St, (843)379-1400

Beaufort Realty Consultants
910 Charles St, (843)521-2022, (888)903-2481

Berkshire Hathaway Bay Street Realty
701 Bay St, (843)301-0013

Bundy Appraisal & Management Group
1204 Boundary St, (843)524-2207

Callawassie Island Club
22 Callawassie Dr, (843)987-2145

Celadon Real Estate
14 Celadon Dr, (843)525-9995, (866)525-9995

Century 21 Carolina Realty
920 Bay St, (843)521-2121, (843)476-6614

Coastal Real Estate Solutions
1630 Paris Ave, Port Royal, (843)647-4009

Coldwell Banker Platinum Partners
1211 Boundary St, (843)986-2444

ERA Evergreen Real Estate Company
1001-B Boundary St, (843)379-2411

Fripp Island Real Estate Company
1 Tarpon Blvd, #200, (800)845-4102

Habersham Properties
22 Market St, (843)846-1000, (877)542-2377

182-D Sea Island Pkwy, (843)522-0066

Lowcountry Real Estate
820 Bay St, (843)521-4200, (877)521-4200

Millenium Real Estate Group
1718 Ribaut Rd, (843)521-4600

Real Estate Professionals
15 Sams Point Rd, (843)522-3100, (843)321-1412
(800)772-3471

Southern Coast Realty
120 Sea Island Pkwy, Lady’s Island
(843)524-8876, (877)232-6278

Tideland Realty
41 Sea Island Pkwy, (843)525-6131

Town & Country Coastal Properties
1900 Sea Island Pkwy
(800)858-7595, (843)838-7595

Beaufort & Surrounding Islands – Golf Courses

Beaufort & Surrounding Islands – Golf Courses

Callawassie Island 

Callawassie Island Club
176 Callawassie Island Dr, (843)987-2161

Cat Island

Cat Island Golf
8 Waveland Ave, (843)524-2000

Fripp Island

Fripp Island Golf
201 Tarpon Rd
Ocean Point, (843)838-1521
Ocean Creek, (843)838-1576
(800)845-4100

Lady’s Island

Old Beaufort Golf Club
139 Francis Marion Circle, Lady’s Island
(843)524-3635

The Golf Course at Pleasant Point Plantation
8 Barnwell Dr, Lady’s Island
(843)986-9432

Parris Island

The Legends Golf Course
299 Belleau Wood Rd, Parris Island
(843)228-2240

Miniature Golf

Glowcountry Indoor Mini Golf
46 Robert Smalls Parkway, Beaufort
(843)379-8911

Beaufort Accommodations

Beaufort Accommodations

Bed and Breakfast & Inns

607 Bay
607 Bay St, (843) 962-3480

Anchorage 1770
1103 Bay St, (877)951-1770
Your home base for discovering the charm of Beaufort. Steeped in centuries of history, surrounded by nature, art and fresh coastal seafood, enjoy a stay at the Anchorage 1770 Inn. Read our BLOG on this historic inn.

Beaufort Inn
809 Port Republic St, (843)379-4667
Experience the charm of Beaufort from the heart of the Landmark Historic District. Historic architecture, lush gardens, sparkling fountains, inviting verandas and porches lined with rocking chairs await our guests.

Beaulieu House at Cat Island
3 Sheffield Ct, (843)770-0303

The Cuthbert House Inn
1203 Bay St, (843)521-1315, (800)327-92751411 North St, (843)986-1126

The Rhett House Inn  
1009 Craven St, (843)524-9030, (888)480-9530

Two Suns Inn Bed & Breakfast 
1705 Bay St, (843)522-1122, (800)532-4244

Camping

Hunting Island State Park
2555 Sea Island Pkwy, (843)838-2011, (866)345-7275
Two campgrounds are located at the northern end of the park near the ocean. One of the campgrounds provides individual water and electrical hookups. Some sites accommodate RVs up to 40 ft.; others up to 28 ft.

Parris Island RV Park
Bldg 1018, St Mihiel Rd
MCRD Pais Island, (843)228-7472

Tuck in the Wood Campground
22 Tuc In De Wood Ln, St. Helena Island, (843)838-2267
RV, full hook-up, near boat landings and beach, playground, basketball, sports field, nature trails, fishing pond.

Hotels and Motels

Best Western Sea Island Inn  
1015 Bay St, (843)522-2090

City Loft Hotel
301 Carteret St, (843)379-5638

Comfort Suites Hotel
131 Big John Rd, (843)353-2149

Country Inn & Suites
2450 Boundary St, (843)379-4000

Greyhound Flats
210 Scott Street, (888)522-0250, (843)379-4667

Hampton Inn
2342 Boundary St, (843)986-0600, (800)426-7866

Hilton Garden Inn
1500 Queen St, (843)379-9800, (800)276-7415, (800)HILTONS

Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites
2225 Boundary St, (843)379-3100, (888)HOLIDAY

Home 2 Suites
3658 Trask Pkwy, (843)379-4663

Howard Johnson Express Inn 
3651 Trask Pkwy, (843)321-4422

Quality Inn at Town Center
2001 Boundary Street, (843)524-2144

Sleep Inn
2523 Boundary St, (843)353-2776

SpringHill Suites by Marriott Beaufort
2227 Boundary St, (843)379-1124

Vacation and Property Rentals

Sleep in History
(301)806-4731

Fripp Island Golf & Beach Resort
2119 Sea Island Pkwy, St Helena, (843)838-1558 or (888)741-8974
Beaufort’s Seaside Resort. Just down the road and a world away.
Imagine getting away to South Carolina’s best kept secret and most beautiful barrier island ~ and its just down the road from Beaufort. Two championship golf courses, tennis, swimming, fishing, biking and miles of unspoiled beach are waiting for you to discover. Call our vacation planners today and let them help you fall in love with Fripp Island.

Fripp Vacation
Fripp Island, (877)374-7772

Harbor Island Vacations
Harbor Island, (828)779-1055

Magnolia Court
1204-1206 Pigeon Point Rd, Beaufort, (843)812-5175

Natural Retreats
(877)805-7794
Making our guests feel like home & our homeowners feel like guests. Offering distinctive coastal homes paired with boutique-style services & amenities for a one-of-a-kind Lowcountry experience.

 

Seaside Getaways
1551 Sea Island Parkway, St. Helena Island, (843)868-8381

Tidewatch Vacations
2123 Sea Island Pkwy, Harbor Island, (843)838-4001
Welcome to Tidewatch Vacations and the casual coastal living of the South Carolina Lowcountry. The area is rich in history and blessed with an abundance of natural and resort amenities. Let us find the perfect vacation spot for you.

Port Royal

Hotels and Motels

Days Inn  
1660 Ribaut Rd, (843)524-1551, (800)225-3297

Super 8 Motel 
1360 Ribaut Rd, (843)593-0353, (800)454-3213

Vacation Property Rentals

Red Door Rentals
1022 11th St, (843)252-1414

St Helena Island

Rodeway Inn
863 Sea Island Parkway, St. Helena Island
(843) 838-5022

 

 

 

 

Beaufort & Port Royal Area

Beaufort & Port Royal

Because of the deep, safe harbor, two of the first European settlements in what would become the Colony of South Carolina were established in the mid-1500s. Beaufort, and sister-city, Port Royal occupy the lower half of Port Royal Island, and offer visitors a glimpse of historic sites and homes of the antebellum South.

Beaufort and Port Royal have quiet neighborhood streets, overhung by giant live oaks and Spanish moss it is perfect for walking tours or a narrated, horse-drawn carriage ride. Read our blogs on the Historic Homes of Beaufort’s Bay Street and More Architectural Treasures in Historic Beaufort.  Visitors can also take a self guided tour of the Historic Churches of Beaufort.

If you love seafood, Beaufort and Port Royal boast some of the best seafood restaurants in the State. Several festivals and events are held during the year that celebrate the heritage, food, culture, and environment that these two communities share.

One of the area’s two public beaches is located in Port Royal, The Sands is just across the Beaufort River from Parris Island and is a favorite place to view 4th of July fireworks. The ocean beach at Hunting Island State Park is a 17 mile drive east of Beaufort.

Full service marinas assist boaters and fishermen who enjoy the protected waters of the Intracoastal Waterway, or easy access to the open ocean for deep sea fishing and diving.

From antique shops to unique gift items to hand made chocolates are found in the quaint shopping districts of the two towns, along with waterfront dining and bed & breakfast inns in lovingly restored historic homes.
Nature lovers can take kayak tours, walk the long, marsh-front board walk and climb the tower overlooking the waterfront in Port Royal. Read our Cypress Wetlands Rookery, Henry Robinson Boardwalk and Sands Beach blog.

Be warned however, many visitors fall in love with our friendly towns and mild temperatures and find it hard to leave. In fact many return to make Beaufort, Port Royal and surrounding communities their new home.

For other nearby attractions, see: Sights to see in Beaufort / Port Royal; and see Tours.

 

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Port Royal Landing Marina July dawn

Beaufort/Port Royal Area

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Beaufort Arsenal Museum
713 Craven Street, (843)525-8500, Built in 1798 & expanded in 1852. As a result of the secessionist movement. Contains Civil War artifacts and exhibits on local history. 

Beaufort National Cemetery
1601 Boundary Street, (843)524-3925. One of the first cemeteries established during the Civil War, it is one of the few that contains the remains of both Confederate and Union soldiers.

Chapel of Ease
Land’s End Road, St. Helena’s Island
Built between 1742 and 1747 to serve the planters on St. Helena Island. In 1886, a forest fire destroyed part of the brick and tabby chapel. The ruins and a small graveyard remain.
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Charlesfort-Santa Elena National Historic Landmark
Parris Island. Visit the site of the early French and Spanish settlements. There is a small exhibit at the site; full exhibit at the Parris Island Museum.

Cypress Wetlands Trail
1700 Paris Ave, Port Royal
Cypress Wetlands Rookery Loop is a 0.8 mile loop trail located in Port Royal, that offers the chance to see wildlife and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for walking, nature trips, and birding and is best used from April until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash. The wetlands support abundant populations of native wildlife.  The trail around the wetland is a combination of boardwalk, paved trail, and roadside pedestrian and bike trail.
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Fort Frederick
601 Old Fort Rd, Port Royal
Fort Frederick Heritage Preserve is a 6-acre property owned by the SC Department of Natural Resources and Beaufort County. Fort Frederick is the oldest surviving tabby fort in South Carolina and the oldest known tabby structure in Beaufort County. Built by the British colonial government between 1733 and 1735, its most important contribution to history was over one hundred years later on Jan. 1, 1863, when people walked across a dock over the top of Fort Frederick to hear the first reading of the Emancipation Proclamation in the Southern states.  Visitors can enjoy lunch under a covered pavilion and read historical details on the interpretive signs. The property is open from dawn to dusk every day.
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Fort Fremont Preserve
Land’s End Road, St. Helena Island
unique example of a Spanish American War Endicott Era fortification built to protect the U.S. Naval Station in Port Royal.
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Located 17 miles from Beaufort, 2555 Sea Island Pkwy.
(843)838-2011. Lighthouse, cabins, camping, picnic shelters, lagoon fishing, boat ramp, nature programs, park store, gift shop, nature center, marsh boardwalk, admission fee.
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John Mark Verdier House
801 Bay Street, (843)379-6335. Operated by the Historic
Beaufort Foundation. Circa 1800. Built in the Federal style by one of Beaufort’s most successful merchants, it is an excellent example of an early Lowcountry home. Museum gift shop open.
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The Mather Museum & Interpretive Center
921 Ribaut Rd, Building #1, Beaufort, 843-379-2787
Located on the campus of the Technical College of the Lowcountry, this museum depicts the history of the Mather School and its founder Rachel Crane Mather. The school was founded in 1868, shortly after the civil war, to teach the daughters of the newly freed slaves how to read and write and become homemakers. The School remained open for 100 years, closing it’s doors in 1968 and becoming a state trade school and eventually the Technical College of the Lowcountry. Hours of operation: Tues-Fri 10 a.m.-3 p.m.

Old Sheldon Church Ruins
Located at the junction of Highways 21 & 235.
1.7 miles north of the junction of Highways 21 & 17 near Gardens Corner. Sheldon Church has laid in ruin for more than 140 years. Its gable roof, pediment, windows & interior have disappeared, but the classic simplicity of its design still remains. Burned by Prevost’s British troops in 1779, and again during the Civil War it still serves as a religious center for special observances. Admission – Free.
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Parris Island Museum
Marine Corps Recruit Depot, 111 Panama St
(843)228-2951, Housed in the War Memorial Building, it is devoted to the portrayal of the history &  development of Parris Island and the Port Royal area along with the Marine Corps & recruit training facilities.

Pat Conroy Literary Center
601 Bladen St, (843)-379-7025
The Pat Conroy Literary Center cultivates a passionate and inclusive reading and writing community in honor of Pat Conroy, who dedicated his life to spreading his love for literature and writing to future generations.

Penn Center
16 Penn Center Circle, West, St. Helena Island, (843)838-2432. The 50-acre Penn School National Historic Landmark District features the York W. Bailey Museum as well as 18 other structures related to the education of African Americans, Reconstruction, and the Civil Rights Era. Enjoy a permanent exhibit, “Education for Freedom: the Penn School Experiment,” as well as temporary exhibits. The museum, housed in the newly renovated Historic Cope Industrial Building, includes four galleries and a gift shop.
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Port Royal Museum
1634 Paris Ave, (843)524-4333
Take a trip back in time when lowcountry living was centered around the harvesting of seafood from the local creeks and rivers.  Find out how the deepest natural port provided opportunities and inspired local craftsmen to build boats and trawlers and market their bounties to the world.

Port Royal Sound Foundation
310 Okatie Highway, (843)645-7774
The Port Royal Sound Foundation features exhibits, classrooms, hands-on learning spaces and other areas where you can learn about and celebrate Port Royal Sound. Enjoy diverse and fun opportunities to experience and connect with the Port Royal Sound Area. Come by the Maritime Center to see the animals in action every Saturday at 2pm! A naturalist will feed and discuss the critters in various tanks. Fun for kids and adults alike! Other activities include Saturdays on the Sound, Tuesday Talks, Eco Boat Tours, story times and art contests.

Spanish Moss Trail 
Lowcountry’s Rails to Trail located in the heart of Northern Beaufort County, SC. This 10 mile long hiking and biking trail is open for public enjoyment.  The trail is open dawn to dusk. The path is open for pedestrians and non-motorized transportation (Exception: motorized wheelchairs). There are six parking trail heads available. The trail is open to pets on a leash; pet-waste stations are available. The trail offers beautiful water and marsh views and coastal wildlife viewing. It is also open for recreational fishing on various trestles. There are two restroom facilities (Broome Lane and Parker’s Convenience Store.
Trail head access located at Clarendon Road, Depot Road, Westvine Drive, Broome Lane Access, Beaufort Plaza, Roseida Road, & Clarendon Road.
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St. Helena’s Episcopal Church
505 Church Road, Beaufort, (843)522-1712
Established in 1712 as a colonial parish of the Church of England, St. Helena’s Episcopal Church is one of the oldest churches in America. The original church was built on the present site in 1724 and appears today as it did in 1842 following its final enlargement.
Brief History and Map
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Tabernacle Baptist Church/Robert Smalls Grave
901 Craven Street, Beaufort
Tabernacle Church was formed by African-American members of Beaufort Baptist Church after Federal Occupation of the town in 1861. Robert Smalls, a slave who during the Civil War became a Union Naval Captain and later a US Congressman is buried in the churchyard.
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John Mark Verdier House

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Mather School Museum & Interpretive Center

Beaufort & Port Royal | Port Royal Island Sights to See

Beaufort & Port Royal Island

Because of the deep, safe harbor, two of the first European settlements in what would become the Colony of South Carolina were established in the mid-1500s. Beaufort, and sister-city, Port Royal occupy the lower half of Port Royal Island and offer visitors a glimpse of historic sites and homes of the antebellum South.

Beaufort and Port Royal have quiet neighborhood streets, overhung by giant live oaks and Spanish moss it is perfect for walking tours or a narrated, horse-drawn carriage ride.

Visit Beaufort’s Arsenal Museum and Santa Elena History Center and the Mather Museum to learn about the history of the area. Walk to St. Helena’s Episcopal and Tabernacle Baptist Church. Bike or walk the Spanish Moss Trail.

Head over to Port Royal and stroll the Cypress Wetlands Trail and the Sands Boardwalk.

If you love seafood, Beaufort and Port Royal boast some of the best seafood restaurants in the State. Several festivals and events are held during the year that celebrate the heritage, food, culture, and environment that these two communities share.

One of the area’s two public beaches is located in Port Royal, The Sands is just across the Beaufort River from Parris Island and is a favorite place to view 4th of July fireworks. The ocean beach at Hunting Island State Park is a 17 mile drive east of Beaufort.

Full service marinas assist boaters and fishermen who enjoy the protected waters of the Intracoastal Waterway or easy access to the open ocean for deep sea fishing and diving.

Antique shops, unique gift items, and hand made chocolates are found in the quaint shopping districts of the two towns, along with waterfront dining and bed & breakfast inns in lovingly restored historic homes. Nature lovers can take kayak tours, walk the long, marsh-front board walk and climb the tower overlooking the waterfront in Port Royal.

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The shore gently recedes beneath the stunning Pawleys Island Pier. The unique island town, located about 25 miles south of Myrtle Beach and 70 miles north of Charleston, exudes laid-back, beachy vibes. Locals have definitely adopted an island state of mind and encourage visitors to as well. When you go, make sure to relax on the beach, explore the famous sand dunes, or fish in one of the many adjacent creeks.⏰ Best time of the day to visit: We guarantee that you’re going to want to spend a whole day here. We recommend getting to the beach at around 10am.🗓️ Best time of the year: Pawleys Island has the best weather during the spring and early summer months.🏖️ Things to do while there: Pawleys Island Nature Park, Pawleys Island Chapel, Hopsewee Plantation.🐠 Things to visit in the area: Brookgreen Gardens (brookgreen_gardens), take a walking ghost tour, Myrtle Beach (mymyrtlebeach), Harborwalk Marina, South Carolina Maritime Museum (southcarolinamaritimemuseum).🏨 Where to stay: The Oceanfront Litchfield Inn (oceanfrontlitchfieldinn), Litchfield Beach and Golf Resort (litchfieldbeachandgolf), Sea View Inn (seaviewinn), 620 Prince (620prince).Photo by qcphotographer
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Spanish moss drapes the live oak trees that are ubiquitous to the Edisto Island area. Did you know that Edisto gets its name from the native Edistow people? The Edistow Native Americans were a sub tribe of the Cusabo indians, a group of Native Americans who lived along the Atlantic coast in South Carolina.⏰ Best time of the day to visit: Stop by mid-morning. That way you can explore the island, grab lunch, and stay for the amazing sunset if you choose.🏖️ Things to do while there: Edisto Environmental Learning Center, Boneyard Beach, Scott Creek Inlet, Big Bay Creek, SeaCow Eatery.☀️ Things to visit in the area: Jungle Road Park, Bay Creek Park, Otter Islands, Spanish Mount Point.📆 Best time of the year to visit: For warmer weather come anywhere from March-August.🏨 Where to stay: Fripp Island Golf & Beach Resort (frippislandrsrt), Seabrook Island Club (seabrook_sc), The Sanctuary at Kiawah Island Golf Resort (kiawahresort), Charleston Kiawah Island/Andell Inn (andellinn).Photo by qcphotographer
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A visitor takes a leisurely stroke under a canopy of live oaks draped with Spanish moss in the Palmetto Bluff (palmettobluff) neighborhood of Bluffton, South Carolina. Palmetto Bluff is a picturesque community that sits in the heart of Lowcountry. Nestled along the May River, it’s abundant with beautiful walking trails, historic sites, and stunning views.⏰ Best time of the day to visit: There is no wrong time to visit Palmetto Bluff. However, we highly recommend sticking around for one of their spectacular sunsets.🛶 Things to do while there: Stop by Cole’s for some regionally inspired Southern fare, paddle board, kayak, or canoe along the May River, go saltwater fishing, take a tour at Bluffton Jack's Old Town Tours.🌊 Things to visit in the area: Palmetto Bluff Conservancy, Old Town Bluffton, Bluffton Oyster Factory Park, May River Sandbar, Heyward House Museum and Welcome Center (heywardhouse).📆 Best time of the year to visit: For the best weather, we recommend visiting between March and May or from September to November.🏨 Where to stay: The Montage Palmetto Bluff Resort (montagepalmettobluff) is the only resort in Palmetto Bluff. However, there are plenty of places to stay in the surrounding areas including: Old Town Bluffton Inn (oldtownblufftoninn), The Inn & Club at Harbour Town (theinnandclubatharbourtown), Sonesta Resort Hilton Head Island (sonestahhi).Photo by jpgriceoz
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Reposted from coastaldiscoverymuseum Hilton Head Island has the second highest tidal range on the East Coast, second only to Canada’s Bay of Fundy. The average tidal range here is 7-9 feet between high and low tides.The Salt Marsh is one of our area’s most prominent features, not to mention an essential resource. Most coastal creatures depend partially or even fully on the Salt Marsh for survival as it serves as a nursery, as well as a water filter vital for the functioning of the entire coastal ecosystem.Explore the Lowcountry up close with a visit to the Coastal Discovery Museum and head out into the marsh via the Osprey Outlook floating dock on a self-guided tour or register for the weekly Salt Marsh Discovery program to learn from an expert how and why this particular environment is so important. (843) 689-6767 ext. 223 or coastaldiscovery.org.
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