Explore Sea Pines
Things To Do
With many shops and award winning restaurants, Harbor Town is a must see when visiting Sea Pines. Take in the breathtaking view of the harbor, yachts, and be sure to visit the Lighthouse. The walk to the top is a trip through the history of the island and Lowcountry culture. Harbor Town also features one of the best parks for young children around.
Sea Pines Beach Club
Relax and enjoy upscale access to the Hilton Head’s amazing white sand beaches. The newly remodeled Sea Pines Beach Club has several restaurants, changing facilities, shops and is, of course, your main beach access inside Sea Pines. Guests can rent lounge chairs and umbrellas and several beach activities, like surfing lessons, can be set up here. There are no restrictions for dogs on the beach between Labor Day and Memorial Day, one of the main reasons why Sea Pines is one of the most pet friendly areas to visit in the US.
RBC Heritage Golf Tournament
The RBC Heritage is held in April, the week after the Masters, and the original purse of $100,000 ($770,000 in today’s dollars) has jumped to $7.1 million. The fan base has grown, too, thanks in part to extensive TV coverage by both CBS and The Golf Channel. Each year, more than 100,000 spectators arrive from across the US and around the globe, bringing an estimated $102 million annually to the state. And each year, the RBC Heritage leaderboard features some of the biggest names and brightest stars in the sport.
Hilton Head Island’s own Concours d’Elegance & Motoring Festival offers the best of the best in automotive exhibition, racing, dining, and luxury lifestyle. It’s more than just an event — it’s a multi-day world-class destination experience. Don’t miss this year’s event held in October.