See and Do
Discover the Fun

The beauty and history of the Sea Islands awaits.  Tour historic sites, enjoy nature at its finest and build memories with friends and family as you take in the Lowcountry on your coastal vacation.

Fun for All Ages

Discover the unparalleled charm of the Sea Islands of South Carolina, where every moment is a treasure trove of family adventures. Nestled amidst pristine beaches and lush landscapes, these islands offer a perfect getaway for all ages.

Escape Room

Get ready for a mysteriously good time at Every Second Counts! Find the clues to escape before the clock runs out in one of several intriguing rooms. Fun for everyone; good luck!
Every Second Counts
22 Sams Point Way Beaufort
Horseback Riding on the Beach

Horseback Riding

Explore St. Helena island by horseback, offered year-round for a magical vacation excursion. From December to February, enjoy another amazing journey right on Hunting Island beach.

Horseback Riding with LaDonna

Indoor Putt Putt

Grab the kids and head over for a round of indoor, glow-in-the-dark putt putt. Enjoy an ice cream and try to make a whole in one! Glowcountry Mini Golf is fun for the whole family and perfect for a birthday party too.
Glowcountry Mini Golf
46 Robert Smalls Parkway, Beaufort

Kazoo Museum

Head over to Beaufort for a fun tour of the Kazoobie Kazoo Museum. Fun for the kids of all ages, with factory tours during the week and an opportunity to make your very own kazoo; let's start humming!
Kazoobie Kazoos
12 John Galt Road, Beaufort

Painting Party

Southern Palette is the studio of choice for a family and friends paint party. Everything you need to complete a take home masterpiece is provided and they bring it all to your vacation home or villa.
Southern Palette Art Studio

Trail Rides

Discover the beauty of the Lowcountry on horseback. Take a Plantation Trail Ride or a trot along the beach. It's an amazing way to make memories during your coastal vacation.

Camelot Farms
101 Tom and Mike Road, St. Helena

Explore Hunting Island

Hunting Island offers a day of exploring and is one of South Carolina's most popular state parks.  With 5 miles of beaches, a salt water lagoon and thousands of acres of marsh and maritime forest, you'll enjoy all that nature has to offer.  The island is also home to the only publicly accessible lighthouse in the state.  Hunting Island Lighthouse is a must see on your visit, offering beautiful views of the barrier island and surrounding seascape.  And don't miss a visit to the Nature Center.  You'll find live animals and exhibits as well as special programs throughout the year.

Grown Up Fun

Indulge in delectable seafood feasts and enjoy refreshing cocktails at charming waterfront restaurants, savoring the flavors of the coast as the sun sets over the horizon. Whether it's dancing under the stars or unwinding on pristine beaches, the Sea Islands offer endless opportunities for grown-up fun and relaxation.

Craft Brewery

For a fun 21+ outing, visit Shellring Ale Works. Located in Port Royal, on the docks, they offer drafts as well as flights (varies by season). An onsite food truck, RevolveR, has an ever-changing menu.
Shellring Ale Works
1111 11th Street, Port Royal

Distillery Tour

Right here in the Lowcountry you'll find RLB Distillery, bottling up favorites like King Tide Vodka, Coosa Cut Bourbon and Boundary Street Rum. Stop in for a tasting and a tour of the distillery.
RLB Distillery
2139 Boundary St. #102, Beaufort
LowCo Tiki

LowCo Tiki

If you're ready for a fun day on the water, look no further!  LowCo Tiki has you covered.  Head to the sandbar or enjoy a relaxing sunset cruise on the floating Tiki bar.  Bring your snacks and beverages; the Tiki has a large onboard cooler with ice, a Bluetooth sound system, and even a TV so you won't miss the big game.

LowCo Tiki

Boating and Fishing

The Lowcountry offers amazing opportunities to get out on the water for boating and fishing. There are charter services for a day of fishing inshore or offshore as well as boat and kayak rentals and guided excursions. Grab your sunscreen and your camera and get ready for an amazing day on the water!

Discover Sea Islands' History

Step into the enchanting past of Beaufort and its surrounding areas nestled in the serene beauty of  the South Carolina Sea Islands. Embark on a journey through time as you explore the rich tapestry of history woven into the very fabric of this charming region. From antebellum architecture to Civil War landmarks, each cobblestone street and moss-draped oak tree whispers tales of bygone eras waiting to be discovered.

Beaufort History Museum

Beaufort History Museum

Want to know more about the incredible City of Beaufort? Pay the Beaufort History Museum a visit! Located in the historic Arsenal, the museum is home to a collection of art and artifacts dating back to the early 16th century.

Beaufort History Museum
713 Craven St., Beaufort

Fort Freemont

Fort Fremont, built in 1899 by the Army Corps of Engineers with local labor on condemned property on Saint Helena Island, was strategically positioned to protect the dry dock and coaling station critical to the Atlantic Fleet during the Spanish-American War.

1126 State Road S-7-45 off Lands End Road, Saint Helena Island

Parris Island

Visit Parris Island, home to the Marine Corps Recruit Depot. Stop by the visitor center to get information on where to go and what to see.

Parris Island
283 Boulevard De France, Beaufort

Penn Center

The Penn Center is a 50-acre historic district including 25 buildings and structures on beautiful St. Helena Island, South Carolina. Surrounded by marsh and massive live oaks, the campus was home to one of the nation's first schools for formerly enslaved people.

Penn Center
16 Penn Center Circle West, St. Helena Island

Enjoy the Outdoors

Beaufort and the surrounding Sea Islands offer plenty of parks and places to enjoy the natural beauty of the Lowcountry.  Go hiking, birding, and take in all the sights and sounds.  You'll discover amazing wildlife, as well as plants and flowers native to the coast.  Get out and explore!

Crystal Lake Park

As part of Beaufort County’s Passive Parks Program, Crystal Lake Park is 25 acres of forested habitats, salt marsh and a man-made pond. The .7 mile trail that circles the lake is ideal for birding and exploring nature.

Crystal Lake Park
124 Lady’s Island Drive, Lady's Island

Cypress Wetlands

Take a stroll through the Cypress Wetlands in charming Port Royal, SC. The half-mile walk will take you through lush trees and over boardwalks with picturesque water views. As you walk through the beautiful paths, watch for the local wildlife that call the wetlands home.

1700 Paris Ave, Port Royal

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Hunting Island State Park

Hunting Island, just 10 minutes from Fripp, offers a day of exploring and is one of South Carolina's most popular state parks.  With 5 miles of beaches, a salt water lagoon and thousands of acres of marsh and maritime forest, you'll enjoy all that nature has to offer.

Hunting Island State Park
2555 Sea Island Parkway, Hunting Island

Spanish Moss Trail

Established in 2012, the Spanish Moss Trail spans ten miles in northern Beaufort County, South Carolina. This trail was once the historic Magnolia Line Railroad, which operated from 1870 to 2003. Park at the Spanish Moss Trail Train Depot in Beaufort or in Port Royal on Westvine Drive.

Spanish Moss Trail

Widgeon Point Preserve

Widgeon Point Preserve is a scenic park covering 162 acres of mixed pine-hardwood forest, maritime forest, and salt marsh along the Broad River. Hike the 0.7-mile loop through pines, palmettos, and oak trees and take in the beauty of the Lowcountry.

43 Okatie Highway, Okatie, SC