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7 Hilton Head Island 8 Hilton Head Island Map 12 Watersports Chart 14 Lowcountry Animals 16 Pinckney Island National Wildlife Refuge 18 Lowcountry Art & Artisans 22 Beaches Chart 24 Shopping Chart BE AU FO RT

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Beaufort Beaufort Map Beaufort Event Guide Hunting Island


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Savannah Savannah Map Guide to Savannah’s Famous Ghosts

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Tide Chart - Sept/Oct Tide Chart - Nov/Dec Tide Chart - Jan/Feb Directory

Cover photos: (top to bottom)

Outside Hilton Head, Joyce Harkins, Head Island Photography, Inc.; Beaufort waterfront; Savannah’s Hamilton Turner House, Andrea Six.

Single copies of The Official Guide To The Lowcountry may be obtained by mailing a check for $5.00 for postage and handling to Island Communications, P.O. Box 5511, Hilton Head Island, S.C. 29938. e-mail: icom@ Every effort is made to provide dependable data, however, the publisher does not war­rant that the data herein is complete or accurate. Any rates, special offers, etc. are subject to change by the individual adver­tis­ers and are not guaranteed by Island Communications. ©Copyright 2017. Island Communications. All rights reserved.


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The Lowcountry Renowned around the world for its beautiful beaches, pristine waterways, natural beauty, recreational pursuits, historic charm, cosmopolitan flair and Southern hospitality, the South Carolina Lowcountry and Coastal Empire of Georgia are remarkable destinations just waiting to be discovered. Adventure seekers, history buffs, foodies, festival goers, military members, arts and cultural travelers and families are welcome to explore the region’s diverse attractions— from Hilton Head Island’s world-class resorts and Beaufort’s antebellum mansions to Bluffton’s quirky “State of Mind” and Savannah’s National Historic Landmark District.

OUTSIDE HILTON HEAD Since its humble beginnings in 1979 as a windsurfing school, Outside Hilton Head has become the Lowcountry's premier outdoor outfitter. Offering personalized adventures for all ages—from kayak, fishing, nature and dolphin tours to kids’ camps, history and art excursions, family outings and stand-up paddle boarding—now is the time to “Get Out on the Water!” To outfit your next adventure, the flagship store in the Plaza at Shelter Cove and second location in Palmetto Bluff feature the latest fashions for men, women and children, as well as sunglasses, sandals, boots, shoes, hammocks and other outdoor gear.


Hilton Head’s oldest and most comprehensive kayak company, Outside Hilton Head offers daily kayak tours on Broad Creek and in the Pinckney Island National Wildlife Refuge, in addition to fullday and half-day programs throughout Beaufort County. Experience the ultimate in sport fishing using kayaks specially outfitted with rod holders, anchors, bait and more to get you to the best inshore sites. Or, design your own adventure by renting a single, double or fishing kayak.


Enjoy “The Perfect Sailing Experience” on Hilton Head’s largest and most comfortable vessel. The 55’ Pau Hana offers covered and comfortable seating with 360-degree views and lots of space to walk around. Great for daily sunset cruises or private group events. Simply the ultimate Lowcountry experience.


US Coast Guard-licensed captains and interpretive naturalist guides offer high-quality, unique and personalized boating excursions you’ll remember for years. The fleet of Cobia deck boats and custom-designed Carolina Skiffs provide stable, comfortable and up-close and personal experiences for 6

the popular Dolphin Eco Tours, Daufuskie Island History & Artisans Tours, Beachcombing Trips, seasonal Fireworks Cruises and custom-designed Ultimate Day and Private Boat Charters.


Expert fishing guides offer a wide variety of fishing opportunities for anglers of all ages and skill levels. Choose from in-shore, near-shore, kayak or off-shore options, which provide different fishing experiences depending on the season and your group’s interests.


Easy to learn, a fantastic workout and lots of fun, the sport of Hawaiian kings and hip celebrities has come to Hilton Head Island. Your source for everything stand-up paddle boarding, Outside Hilton Head has introductory clinics, private instruction, rentals, parties and more.


Take a trip back in time to the historic and undeveloped Daufuskie Island. The Daufuskie Island History & Artisans Excursion is a small group, highly personalized experience beginning with a naturalist-captained boat cruise through the Carolina salt marsh. Upon arrival, board golf carts with stops at all the significant historic sites and artisan studios. Along the way, your historian guide will lead discussions and meet with local residents. Trip includes a round-trip boat cruise, golf carts, all stops, all staffing, access to locked sites, snacks and refreshments.


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The Plaza at Shelter Cove, N-23 on map. Pinckney Island National Wildlife Refuge, A-21 on map. Shelter Cove Marina, N-23 on map. Palmetto Bluff on the May River, Mainland on map. See ad on Page 3.

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Lawton Stables - Photography by Joyce Harkins, Hilton Head Island Photography, INC.

Named one of “The World’s Top Ten Islands” in 2017 by Travel + Leisure readers, Hilton Head Island is a boot-shaped paradise brimming with white-sand beaches and natural wonders. Adventure abounds on the many kayak nature tours and deep-sea fishing excursions, walking trails within wildlife preserves and over 50 miles of paved public pathways. No wonder Hilton Head holds a special place in many hearts. Whether enjoying an afternoon of shopping, playing 18 holes on a world-class golf course or savoring a meal at one of the hundreds of fabulous local restaurants, life on this island is always laid back. Beachfront hotels and harborside condos offer spectacular sunrise and sunset views, adding a taste of luxury, as well.

Hilton Head Island Map


Established in 1985, the Coastal Discovery Museum offers hands-on exploration of the Lowcountry‘s diverse cultural heritage and complex natural history with an array of programs, presenta­tions, exhibits and tours for all ages. The last significant parcel of open space on Hilton Head Island, the Coastal Discovery Museum at Honey Horn opened to the public in 2007. Comprising 68 acres of salt marsh and maritime forests, centuries-old live oaks, open fields and a dozen historic structures, Honey Horn is located at the inter­section of Hwy. 278 and the Cross Island Expressway. Over its 300-year history, Honey Horn has been home to Indian tribes, indigo and Sea Island cot­ton plantations, Gullah families who hunted and farmed the land, a hunt club established by northern busi­ nessmen and, starting in 1950, Fred Hack’s private residence and farm. Construction of the 6,000-sq.-ft. hunting lodge began in 1859 and, today, is known as the Discovery House, complete with permanent and temporary exhibits, a Kids Zone and gift shop. Self-guided tours of the property via salt marsh boardwalks and an oys­ter shell trail include the Karen Wertheimer Butterfly Habitat, a Lowcountry Heritage Garden and a Camellia Garden. Guided History/ Nature Walks & Talks, live animal programs and seasonal kids camps are offered on a regular basis. Offsite tours and programs include the Forts of Port Royal, Beach Discovery and much more. This historic property is also avail­ able to rent for wedding receptions, 10

corporate events and is home to some of the Island’s annual festivals.


LOWCOUNTRY CRITTERS “MEET AND GREET” Wednesdays & Fridays, 10 a.m.2 p.m.: Don’t miss this casual “Meet and Greet” to learn more about the alligators, snakes and other critters that share Hilton Head Island with us. Joe Maffo, owner and founder of Critter Management, will bring along some of his “friends” to share with everyone. Take this opportunity to walk-in and see these animals up close, take a picture and learn more about them. Cost is $10 per adult, $5 per child. No charge for children under 5. Reservations are not required. BIRDING AT PINCKNEY ISLAND Select Wednesdays & Thursdays, 7:30 a.m.: An experienced bird watcher guides participants on this walking tour of Pinckney Island National Wildlife Refuge. With a combination of natural habitats including salt marsh, maritime forest and open fields, this site allows participants to see many different species of birds. Depending on the season, diverse birds can be spotted: Summer Tanager, Eastern Kingbird, Painted Bunting, Yellow-bellied Sapsucker, Egrets, Herons and many, many others. Meets at Pinckney Island. Good walking shoes are suggested and bring your binoculars. Cost is $12 per person and you must be 12 years of age to participate. Reservations are required by calling (843) 689-6767, ext. 223 or register online at


(843) 689-6767 • Check website for directions See ad Inside Front Cover.

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Watersports Chart BOAT & KAYAK RENTALS







Backwater-Cat Adventure Shelter Cove Harbour & Marina 1 Shelter Cove Lane, Dock B (843) 300-8556

Island Skiff Adventure Tours Broad Creek Marina 18 Simmons Rd. (843) 816-5976

Creek Cats – OneHHI Palmetto Bay Marina 86 Helmsman Way (843) 684-2004

Kayak Hilton Head Simmons Landing 11 Simmons Rd. (843) 684-1910

Dolphin Discoveries Simmons Landing 11 Simmons Rd. (843) 684-1911

Outside Hilton Head Shelter Cove Marina 1 Shelter Cove Ln. Pinckney Island & Palmetto Bluff 476 Mount Pelia Rd. (843) 686-6996

Flying Circus Flying Circus Shelter Cove Harbour & Marina 1 Shelter Cove Lane (843) 686-2582


Pau Hana Shelter Cove Harbour & Marina 1 Shelter Cove Lane (843) 686-6996

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(843) 684-1910 / DOLPHINS, DOLPHINS, DOLPHINS, everyone wants to see them! Of course, they are wild animals, so we can’t guarantee to see them on every tour we do, but we are located in one of their favorite feeding spots, so our percentage of seeing them might just be the highest on the Island! Blackbeard, 5 Nick and little baby Stripes are a few of our favorite dolphins. For over 15 years, Kayak Hilton Head has been teaching visitors all about the dolphins, birds, oysters, salt marsh and many, many other interesting things about our Island. A great activity for beginners, families and experienced alike. Our goal is to provide a leisurely, fun and educational experience. Our guides have been doing this for years and still love it every day! We often catch blue crabs, shrimp and many interesting varieties of fish as a great ending to our tours in the warmer months. The kids love this! It’s a great opportunity for the kids to hold and learn about these interesting critters and provides great photo opportunities for the parents. Our kayaks are easy to paddle and completely safe and comfortable. We rotate new kayaks into our fleet every year, giving you new and high­ quality equipment to better enjoy your experience. Single and double kayaks are available. DOLPHIN DISCOVERIES (843-684-1911), our guaranteed dolphin, 6-passenger BOAT TOUR also runs daily tours for those looking to enjoy a leisurely boat ride with one of our captains. RESERVATIONS REQUIRED. Tours depart daily throughout the day. Free parking at end of Simmons Rd. on the LEFT SIDE. Departs from Simmons Landing, off Marshland Rd. K-18 on map. GPS location: 11 Simmons Rd. SEPT 2 0 1 7 - FEB 2 0 1 8 | THE OFFICIAL G U I D E




Atlantic Bottlenose Dolphin

Local waters host a large, year-round popu­la­­tion of these playful, airbreath­ing mammals. The South Carolina Lowcountry is also one of the few places to witness strand feeding–a learned behavior where dolphins work as a team to corral fish, chase them onto a muddy bank and then temporarily beach themselves to eat their catch.

Marsh Tacky

Once the most common horse found in the Southeast, this Colonial Spanish breed is unique­ly adapted for sur­vival in swampy ter­rain. On the Sea Islands, Gullah families used them for transporta­tion, hunting and farming. Today, fewer than 400 of these small, gentle horses exist.


Keep your distance from these feder­ ally-pro­tected, prehistoric reptiles often seen sunning themselves on the banks of lagoons. It is ille­gal to feed these cold-blooded animals and, although they may look listless


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and slow, they can out­run humans over short distances.

Loggerhead Sea Turtle

Every summer, dozens of female log­ gerhead sea turtles travel thou­­sands of miles to Hilton Head Island, return­ ing to lay their eggs on the same beach where they hatched two or three decades earlier. It is a federal offense to harass these ancient reptiles which can weigh up to 300 pounds.

Green Anole

Common in South Carolina and Georgia, this lizard is called a chameleon for its ability to change color. The only anole species native to the United States, males have a pink throat fan they display when protecting their ter­ritory or finding a mate.

Southeastern Five-Lined Skink

Named for the five white or yellowish stripes running down their backs, these moderately large lizards eat a variety of insects and spiders. Like many other lizards, their tails will break off if attacked, but it is only a myth that they are venomous. 

For over two decades, Bicycle Billy’s has provided quality bikes and ex­cellent customer service, enabling our customers to enjoy their biking experience while vacationing. Free delivery and pick-up, in­cluding Sea Pines, Shipyard, Palmetto Dunes, Forest Beach and Folly Field. 81 Pope Ave., Q-14 on map. GPS location: 81 Pope Ave.


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(843) 671-2586 / Lawton Stables, nestled on 24 acres within The Sea Pines Resort, offers one-hour guided western-style trail rides through the beautiful Sea Pines Forest Preserve. Trail rides are offered 7 days a week and are perfect for adults and children 8 years old or older. Pony rides are available for chil­dren 7 and under and the whole family will love the free small animal farm! It’s a “must visit” while on Hilton Head Island. Lawton Stables is also home to the Wish Upon a Horse Therapeutic Riding Center ( which offers free therapeutic horseback riding lessons to children and adults with special needs. Please call for times and reservations. In The Sea Pines Resort, N-10 on map. GPS location: 190 Greenwood Dr. S EPT 2 0 1 7 - FEB 2 0 1 8 | THE OFFICIAL G U I D E




(843) 785-7851 /

PINCKNEY ISLAND National Wildlife Refuge Photos courtesy of

are permitted in waters adjacent to the refuge. Feeding, capturing, or hunting wild­life is strictly prohibited unless autho­rized by permit. Photography by Bob Churi

All of the refuge’s arche­ological and natural resources are protected. Antique and artifact hunt­ing are not allowed. Do not pick or cut vegetation. Dogs, cats and other pets are not permitted on the refuge. Some areas may be closed seasonally to pro­tect wildlife from human disturbance. Such areas are posted “Area Beyond this Sign Closed.”

Safety Reminders: Established in 1975, Pinckney Island is a 4,053-acre wildlife refuge located just off Highway 278, a 1/2-mile west of Hilton Head Island.

Drinking water and rest­rooms are not available on the island.

Hiking/Biking Trips:

The graveled road from the park­ing area to Clubhouse Pond is well maintained, but in the summer, overgrowth on the grass trails may conceal snakes, poison ivy, or sting­ing insects. An occasional alligator may be encountered near any pond or on the adjacent trails. Do not molest this reptile in any way. Hikers are urged to stay on the paths at all times. No offroad or off-trail biking is permitted.

All trips begin and end at the park­ ing area half a mile from the refuge entrance; distances are round-trip, and estimated times are based on a leisurely walking pace, allowing for periodic stops to observe wild­life. • Ibis Pond: 1.2 miles; 1 hour, 30 minutes • Shell Point: 4.6 miles; 4 hours, 15 minutes • Starr Pond: 2.0 miles; 2 hours, 30 minutes • Osprey Pond: 3.0 miles; 3 hours • Nini Chapin and Barker Ponds: 3.6 miles; 3 hours, 30 minutes • Bull Point: 5.0 miles; 5 hours • Dick Point: 7.4 miles; 6 hours, 30 minutes • Clubhouse Pond: 6.2 miles; 5 hours, 30 minutes • White Point: 7.8 miles; 7 hours

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There are no shelters for visitor pro­ tection from the sun or inclement weather.

Bicyclists should be cautious of loose gravel, potholes, and puddles. The blue goose is the symbol of the National Wildlife Refuge System. Questions regarding specific refuge activities, such as hunt­ing, should be directed to: Savannah Coastal Refuges Complex 694 Beech Hill Lane Hardeeville, SC 29927 (843) 784-2468

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Public Art on Hilton Head Island

Home to hauntingly beautiful landscapes, amazing wildlife and a diverse cultural heritage, artistic inspiration awaits around every turn in the Lowcountry. From traditional Gullah sweetgrass baskets, rag quilting and cast net weaving to modern storytellers and musicians, painters, photographers, sculptors, jewelry makers and fashionistas, the magic of the region is reflected in its art and artisans. Immerse yourself in the visual, creative and performing arts this season with a visit to any of the area’s many museums, galleries, boutiques and live music venues, revel in your own creativity with an art class, read the latest from local authors, sign up for a guided history tour, lecture or take in a rousing musical performance.

SMITH GALLERIES Smith Galleries is a celebration of excellence in fine craft and art.The gallery represents 300 American artists working in clay, wood, metal, fiber, and glass. The gallery also features creative toys for children and custom picture framing. It’s no surprise as to why this gallery on the upper level of The Village at Wexford is continuously voted as Hilton Head’s Best Art Gallery.


Located at 56 Calhoun Street in Old Town Bluffton. Featuring six of the area’s favorite painters, this special collection of art is an ever-changing delight, with many pieces spilling out into the adjacent garden.



A celebration of the visual arts, Hilton Head Island and Bluffton offer over a dozen art galleries and studios.

Learn art! Choose from over 40 classes and workshops in all media, at all skill levels. Taught by professional art educators. Take one class or a series. Check our website for a schedule of classes offered.


Samantha Claar’s works are found in the Art League of Hilton Head and consist of Original Paintings, Prints, Cards and Black Art Dolls, in addition to a selection of Gullah basketry.

The art of coiled basket making was introduced to the Lowcountry in the 17th century by enslaved Africans and traditionally handed down through generations of families.


Jery’s unique style of bulrush sweetgrass baskets reflects the cultural heritage and history of a unique people. Her baskets can be found in the Beaufort Visitor’s Center and Penn Center.


Fine Art by more than 170 local member artists is on display and for sale, showcasing 2D, 3D and jewelry. Exhibits change monthly. Voted Best Art Gallery 2017. Check our website for dates and times.


The Coastal Discovery Museum offers hands-on exploration of the Lowcountry’s diverse cultural heritage and complex natural history with exhibits, talks and tours.

Smith Galleries



Art Glass


Fine Craft, Art, Framing & ToysB

The Village at Wexford, Suite J-11 UPPER LEVEL 10-6 Mon.-Sat. 843-842-2280



The Village Craftsmen is located on River Street in Historic Savannah. Stop in and meet a local artist every day of the week from 10 a.m.-6 p.m.

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Locally made, functional pottery. A large selection including brie bakers, mugs, butter keepers and more in a wide array of colors. Each piece is individually handcrafted. Sold at The Village Craftsmen.

The Village Craftsmen is Savannah’s premier cooperative that features handmade arts and crafts by 28 local artisans. The perfect shop for a wide variety of unique gifts and souvenirs.

An exclusive collection of unique toile fabric showcasing beautiful historic landmarks of Savannah. Visit The Village Craftsmen today and take home a special piece to remind you of our beautiful city!

OCY Originals are locally handmade boutique dog collars and accessories for every occasion. Sold at The Village Craftsmen, all items are made with love and attention to every detail.







Alder Lane Beach Access 2 Woodward Ave. Off S. Forest Beach Dr. Daily, 6 a.m.-9 p.m. Winter Hours, 6 a.m.-6 p.m.






Folly Field Beach Park

55 Starfish Dr. On Folly Field Rd. Daily, 6 a.m.-9 p.m. Winter Hours, 6 a.m.-6 p.m.

Burkes Beach

60 Burkes Beach Rd. Off Wm. Hilton Pkwy.

Coligny Beach Park

1 Coligny Circle At the end of Pope Ave. Daily, 6 a.m.-9 p.m. Winter Hours, 6 a.m.-6 p.m.

Driessen Beach Park

64 Bradley Beach Rd. Off Wm. Hilton Pkwy. Daily, 6 a.m.-9 p.m. Winter Hours, 6 a.m.-6 p.m.


Islanders Beach Park

94 Folly Field Rd. Off Wm. Hilton Pkwy. Daily, 6 a.m.-9 p.m. Winter Hours, 6 a.m.-6 p.m. *Town-issued parking pass required.

Mitchelville Beach Park

124 Mitchelville Rd. Off of Beach City Rd. Daily, 6 a.m.-9 p.m. Winter Hours, 6 a.m.-6 p.m.

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Years of experience renting high quality bicycles and dedication to personalized service guarantees your Hilton Head Island vacation will be a memorable and rewarding experience. Visit our retail showroom featuring beach cruisers for each member of the family. A complete line of bicycle accessories are available for the riding enthusiast. Specializing in bike rentals, service and sales. Top Island mechanic. No hidden costs – free delivery/pick-up, baskets, child carriers and locks. Cruisers, mountain and tandem bikes. Helmets available. 112 Arrow Rd., N-15 on map. GPS location: 112 Arrow Rd.


(843) 785-8737 / Hilton Head Island is perfect for bike riding. You can explore over 50 miles of bike trails, taking in the Island’s beauty, while being eco-friendly. Or take a ride along more than 12 miles of our sandy beaches. Sundance Bike Rental offers bike rentals for you. Call for Official Guide spe­cial. Rent two or more bikes for one week and get 20% off. We offer free locks, baskets and child carriers and free Island-wide delivery. 13 Executive Park Rd., O-14 on map. GPS location: 13 Executive Park Rd. S EPT 2 0 1 7 - FEB 2 0 1 8 | THE OFFICIAL G U I D E


Shopping Guide Art

Clothing Groceries Jewelry & Pharmacies Souvenirs Wine & & Shoes Accessories & Gifts Spirits

Art League of Hilton Head Gallery Arts Center of Coastal Carolina 14 Shelter Cove Ln. (843) 681-5060

Bargain Box 546 William Hilton Pkwy. (843) 342-2469

Birkenstock and More 1460 Fording Island Rd. #140 (843) 837-3562

The Blue Parrot Fine Gifts 1000 William Hilton Pkwy. The Village at Wexford, Ste. E-3 (800) 252-6653

Camp Hilton Head 1 N. Forest Beach Dr. Coligny Plaza (843) 686-4877 149 Lighthouse Rd. Harbour Town (843) 671-3600

Coastal Discovery Museum 70 Honey Horn Dr. (843) 689-6767

Coligny Hilton Head 1 N. Forest Beach Dr. (843) 842-6050

Forsythe Jewelers 71 Lighthouse Rd. #311 (843) 671-7070

Fresh Produce 1 N. Forest Beach Dr. (843) 842-3410

Hilton Head Distillery 14 Cardinal Rd. (843) 686-4443

Hilton Head Shirt Company 890 William Hilton Pkwy. (843) 686-5099

The Island Fudge Shoppe 1 N. Forest Beach Dr., Unit E-2 Coligny Plaza (843) 842-4280

Island Quilters 33 Office Park Rd. (843) 842-4500

Island Winery 12A Cardinal Rd. (843) 842-3141

Jake’s Cargo 232 S. Sea Pines Dr. (843) 671-5022

Jake’s Shore Thing 50 Shelter Cove Ln. (843) 686-2330

Jamaican Me Crazy 1 N. Forest Beach Dr., G-1 (843) 785-9006

La Petite Gallerie 56 Calhoun St., Bluffton (843) 304-2319

Shelter Cove Harbour 1 Harbourside Ln. (843) 686-9098

Shelter Cove Towne Centre 40 Shelter Cove Ln. (843) 686-3090

Lilly Pulitzer S.M. Bradford Co. 1000 Wm. Hilton Pkwy. The Village at Wexford, Ste., B-2 (843) 686-6161 149 Lighthouse Rd. 843) 671-9191

The Ship’s Store 1 Shelter Cove Ln. (843) 842-7001

Main Street Village 1500 Main St. (843) 681-2210

The Silver Garden 32 Palmetto Bay Rd., #2A (407) 595-2119

Off Island Thrift 4375 Bluffton Pkwy., Bluffton (843) 815-7747

Outside Hilton Head 50 Shelter Cove Ln. (843) 686-0158 37 Boat House St., Bluffton (800) 686-6996

Pyramids 71 Lighthouse Rd. #316C (843) 363-2040 1600 Main St. (843) 689-6367

Salty Dog T-Shirt Factory 232 S. Sea Pines Dr. (843) 671-2232 67 Arrow Rd. (843) 842-6331 1414 Fording Island Rd., Bluffton (843) 837-5511

Smith Galleries 1000 Wm. Hilton Pkwy. The Village at Wexford, Ste. J-11 (843) 842-2280

South Beach General Store 232 S. Sea Pines Dr. (843) 671-6784

Spartina 449 32 Calhoun St., Bluffton (843) 815-9000 317 Broughton St., Savannah (912) 200-3699

St. Francis Thrift 6 Southwood Park Dr., #A (843) 689-6563

Tanger Outlets 1414 & 1256 Fording Island Rd., Bluffton (843) 837-5410


Craven Street, Beaufort - Photo by BeaufortTiger.

Queen of the Carolina Sea Islands, many flags have flown over Beaufort, Port Royal and the surrounding area since the Spanish established Santa Elena on Parris Island in 1566— 40 years before Jamestown. Home to one of only three National Historic Landmark Districts in South Carolina, as well as Hunting Island State Park, Parris Island Marine Recruit Depot and a Marine Corps Air Station, Beaufort’s celebrated antebellum charm combined with its natural beauty, Native American and Gullah heritage has long attracted nature lovers, artists, history buffs, moviemakers, veterans and others looking for an out-of-the-ordinary escape.

Historic District

Beaufort Map How to get there

Beaufort Event Guide First Friday After Five Downtown Beaufort September 1, October 6, November 3, December 1, January 5, February 2, 5-8 p.m. (843) 525-6644 USCB Center for the Arts 805 Carteret St. Classic Nashville Roadshow: September 29 Conrack: The Musical: October 13-15 & 21-22 Pat Conroy Literary Festival: October 20-22 Linda Eder: October 28 Wonderbread Years: November 10 Shrek, Jr.: November 17-19 3 Redneck Tenors: December 8-9 An Affair With The Arts— Vegas Style: January 20 Cirque Zuma Zuma: February 9 Motown and More: February 17-18 (843) 521-4145 Beaufort Shrimp Festival October 6-7 Henry C. Chambers Waterfront Park (843) 525-6644 The Beaufort Symphony Orchestra Sea Island Presbyterian Church Beloved Beethoven: October 12, 7:30 p.m. October 15, 4 p.m. In the Mood for the Holidays: December 14, 7:30 p.m. December 17, 4 p.m. All American Pops: February 15, 7:30 p.m. February 18, 4 p.m. (800) 595-4849 Exchange Club Ghost Tours Downtown Beaufort October 13-14, 20-22, 27-30 (843) 524-4678 Fall Artwalk Downtown Beaufort 30

October 28, 5-7:30 p.m. (843) 525-8500 Fripp Island Friends of Music Fripp Island Community Center Dana and Kyle: October 15 David Holt: November 19 Stephanie Nakasian: January 28 Ronee Boyce: February 25 Performances are at 5 p.m. 3rd Annual Night on the Sound Port Royal Sound Foundation October 21 (843) 645-7774 35th Annual Heritage Days Celebration November 9-11 Penn Center, St. Helena Island (843) 838-2432 12th Annual Beaufort International Film Festival USCB Center for the Arts February 21-25 (843) 522-3196 A Lowcountry Fair with Historical Flair & Marsh Tacky Horse Races Cotton Hall Plantation November 18, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. (843) 379-1550 A Night on the Town December 1, 6-9 p.m. Light Up the Night Boat Parade: December 2, 5:30-8 p.m. Beaufort Christmas Parade: December 3, 3 p.m. (843) 525-6644 The Pelican Plunge Hunting Island State Park January 1

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ith five miles of pristine beach, an historic lighthouse, a visitor center, a nature center, a saltwater lagoon and ocean inlet, fishing pier, trails through acres of marsh and maritime forests and oceanfront camping, Hunting Island State Park attracts more than a million visitors each year. 

South Carolina’s most popular state park was forever changed after Hurricane Matthew hit last October. The Category 2 storm caused more than $5 million in damages, wiping out the dunes and oceanfront camp sites, destroying roads, restrooms and parking lots. With the exception of the Nature Center, Hunting Island had remained closed to the public until early June when South Beach, North Beach, the Lighthouse Gift Shop, the Lagoon, most park trails and a portion of the pier re-opened, although fishing and crabbing are not allowed at this time. The campground is expected to re-open in early August. South Carolina’s only publicly-accessible lighthouse was originally built in 1859 and rebuilt in 1875 following its destruction during the Civil War. In 1889, it was dismantled and relocated a mile inland due to severe beach erosion. Later, the lighthouse underwent 18 months of repairs beginning in 2003 to reinforce the 167 black cast iron stairs. The Nature Center on the south end of the island features live reptiles and exhibits highlighting the park’s natural resources, as well as special programming throughout the year, including beach walks, fish printing, alligator talks and lighthouse interpretive tours.

Hunting Island State Park is located 17 miles east of Beaufort on U.S. 21 (2555 Sea Island Parkway). Call (843) 838-2011 or visit for camping reservations, program, parking and general park information.  Photograph courtesy of Allyson Jones


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Cathedral of St. John the Baptist, Photography by Andrea Six

Just across the South Carolina border, Georgia’s First City awaits with cobblestone streets, brick sidewalks and canopy of live oaks shading the squares surrounding 17th and 18th century buildings scattered throughout the National Historic Landmark District. Strolling through Savannah is almost like being transported to a European city with its bustling bistros, cozy cafes, excellent Southern eateries and upscale restaurants. Enjoy the intricate architecture, incredible art galleries, unique boutiques, historic (and often haunted) hotels, magnificent museums, eerily beautiful cemeteries and monuments memorializing historic figures. Get a taste of the city and discover all her secrets by going on one of the many tours and then head out to Tybee Island, a.k.a. “Savannah’s Beach.”

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S AVA N N A H Since the early 1700s, City Market has been the commercial and social center of historic Savannah. Today, the market boasts art galleries, street musicians, a wide array of eateries and coffee shops and dozens of boutiques.

STEPHEN KASUN Stephen Kasun is a Savannah, GA-based artist specializing in Lowcountry landscapes and street scenes of Savannah. His unique, impressionistic style uses palette knives, metal leafing and colorful mixes to enchant! Visit his main gallery in Savannah’s City Market at 306 W Congress Street, or KS Fine Art Gallery (which he shares with Ted Scypinski) on Chippewa Square, 230 Bull Street.


Come and enjoy this series of beeswax paintings by Christina Edwards. She will transport you back to Broughton Street in 1907 with these whimsical encaustics. Find her work at Kobo Gallery 7 days a week.


Margie expresses her passion for her native Dominican Republic in all of her jewelry... pendants, rings, bracelets, necklaces and more. Her work can be found in City Market and the Savannah Art Association.

art + history + archit Located in the historic district, the Telfair Museum of Art was the first public art museum in the Southern United States.

Savannah’s quality of life is unrivaled by any comparably-sized city in the South. In fact, part of the appeal of Georgia’s First City lies in its surpris­ingly rich array of cultural offerings from the visual arts to live music. Savannah is home to more than 40 galleries, the oldest art museum in the South and the Savannah College of Art and Design. Literally thousands of artists, including students and professionals, flock to this City with its history of strong support for the arts. The relationship between Savannah and its creative residents is reciprocal: not only has the city supported its artists, but its artists have played a key role in the city’s growth andthe vitality. Visit continued Telfair Museums, oldest

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public art museum in the South! Telfair comprises two National Historic Landmark buildings—the Telfair Academy and the Owens-Thomas House— and the stunning contemporary Jepson Center.

3 Savannah Experiences, 1 Admission Ticket!


BESS RAMSEY TELFAIR.ORG / can 912.790.8800 Bess Ramsey’s work be found

Established in 1920, the SAA is the oldest art association in Georgia and consists of over 80 local artists from a wide variety of disciplines.

at The Savannah Art Association Gallery on Chippewa Square. Lowcountry watercolor scenes and animal portraits are her specialty.



(912) 221-4439 / From breathtaking she-crab bisque to honey-pecan-glazed fried chicken to rich, savory shepherd's pies to mind-blowing alligator sliders, Savannah Taste Experience Food Tours introduces guests to the flavors, textures and food culture that define Savannah’s culinary identity. Food tours with Savannah Taste Experience are quite simply the best way to see Savannah in less than a day. As the #1 food-related activity in Savannah (according to TripAdvisor), Savannah Taste Experience strives to be the best three hours of your visit to Savannah. Guests love that they can try more food during one tour than they could during an entire weekend on their own—plus the added bonuses of historic tales and VIP treatment while strolling through Savannah’s picturesque squares between hearty samples. For Savannah Taste Experience, supporting other local businesses and providing jobs for locals is a dream come true. Along with being awarded TripAdvisor’s Certificate of Excellence, these food tours have garnered the attention of Explore Georgia’s Culinary Expert, AAA Magazine, Taste & Travel, Huffington Post, Trivago, and many more. As Savannah Taste Experience grows its business with new tours and products, the best part of the job continues to be reading reviews of happy customers that have given Savannah Taste a 5-star review average since opening four years ago. GPS location: 118 Barnard St. #9412, Savannah, GA 31401. S EPT 2 0 1 7 - FEB 2 0 1 8 | THE OFFICIAL G U I D E


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Savannah’s Famous Ghosts We’ve all heard the saying “if walls could talk,” but in Savannah, they don’t need to thanks to the bold spirits which wander the historic halls and scenic streets. Hear these eerie tales firsthand from the famous ghosts that make Georgia’s First City one of America’s most haunted. 1. Toby at Moon River Brewing Co. This brewery’s sinister reputation can be traced back to one mischievous ghost. Toby, named by staff, likes to hang in the billiard room with customers, and has been known to shove them and knock their drinks down when they get in his way. Although he hasn’t been linked back to a specific historic figure, he’s made a definite impact beyond the grave. So much so, they’ve created a beer called “Apparition Ale” dedicated to Toby. 2. Broken-Hearted Anna Said to be one of Savannah’s oldest inns, 17Hundred90 Inn & Restaurant is home to the ghost of Anna Powers, who lived there in the late 18th century. At that time, the inn was owned by her father and rented out to sailors passing through. One sailor caught Anna’s eye, and the two fell in love, but their affair ended quickly. After one nasty fight, Anna

jumped out of the second-floor window to her death. Brokenhearted, she still haunts the building, particularly in Room 204, her former bedroom. Anna likes to switch the lights and fireplace on and off, and lock and unlock the doors. 3. Maître D’ James Habersham Jr. Most of Savannah’s ghosts are sticklers for order and tidiness, and James Habersham Jr. is one such spirit. James spent nearly two decades constructing The Olde Pink House to perfection. Sadly, he ended his life after only 10 years of living there. Said to have died to be with his wife who had passed a couple of years before, James’ soul still walks the halls of his former house. Now a restaurant on haunted Reynolds Square, guests of The Olde Pink House have spotted his apparition straightening tablecloths and utensils, cleaning server stations, and pushing in chairs that have been left out.



(912) 233-3554 / Experience beautiful Historic Savannah with the intimacy and adventure that only a Segway tour can provide. Enjoy the unparal­leled fun of riding a Segway while exploring the details and history of Savannah that make this city so beautiful. Also enjoy the majestic beauty of Bonaventure Cemetery, a storied Victorian cemetery full of breathtaking sculptures, art and nature. Historic Savannah, GA. GPS location: 234 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd., Savannah, GA.

4. The Davenport Feline The Isaiah Davenport House is a popular stop when visiting Savannah, and it was just as popular when first built. At times, the house had hosted up to 11 different families. This home’s most famous spirit strolls on four legs. The Davenport cat has been described as a tabby that staff has seen dashing between the different rooms in the house. This friendly feline has been known to capture human hearts by brushing up against their legs and asking for a caress or two. 5. Lady in Gray The stunning Owens-Thomas House is considered one of the most beautiful historic homes in Savannah. While touring the house, it’s evident it was well used and loved, probably due to the spirit of the Lady in Gray who still lives in it. The Lady in Gray is Margaret Thomas, who inherited the house from her grandfather, George Owens.

Margaret poured her love into the house and its gardens. She makes her grand appearance in the twilight hours walking the property in her iconic gray shawl and large hat. 6th Sense World Tours Uncovering Savannah’s haunted history and heritage for 21 years, sign up for 6th Sense World Tours to explore America’s Most Haunted City®. Bring your camera, enthusiasm and an open mind to listen as master storytellers share thrilling tales and true-life mysteries on Historic Ghost Tours and Bonaventure Cemetery Tours—experiences you won’t soon forget. Join 6th Sense World Tours and stroll through the Historic District and hear personal ghost stories shared by residents about sites such as The Mercer House, the Hamilton-Turner Inn, the Old Savannah Jail and other spots, or spend two hours in Bonaventure Cemetery, “Where Death and Beauty Meet.”

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Directory 41 6th Sense World 404 Abercorn St. Savannah, GA (912) 292-0960 19 Art League of Hilton Head Academy 106 Cordillo Pkwy. (off Pope Ave.) Hilton Head Island, SC (843) 842-5738 20 Art League of Hilton Head Gallery 14 Shelter Cove Ln. Hilton Head Island, SC (843) 681-5060 21 August Kroken - Copper Tree Pottery The Village Craftsmen 223 W. River St. Savannah, GA (912) 236-7280 17 Backwater-Cat Adventure 1 Shelter Cove Ln., Dock B Hilton Head Island, SC (843) 300-8556 38 Bess Ramsey Savannah Art Association Gallery 232 Bull St., Chippewa Sq. Savannah, GA (912) 232-7731 15 Bicycle Billy’s 81 Pope Ave. Hilton Head Island, SC (843) 785-7851 21 Carlette Cormier - Savannah Toile The Village Craftsmen 223 W. River St. (912) 236-7280 2 Coastal Discovery Museum 70 Honey Horn Dr. Hilton Head Island, SC (843) 689-6767 37 Christina Edwards - Kobo Gallery 33 Barnard St. at Ellis Sq. Savannah, GA (912) 201-0304 23 Hilton Head Bicycle Company 112 Arrow Rd. Hilton Head Island, SC (843) 686-6888 20 Jery B. Taylor 308 W. St. Julian St., City Market Savannah, GA (843) 599-5059 13 Kayak Hilton Head 11 Simmons Rd. Hilton Head Island, SC (843) 684-1910 19 La Petite Gallerie 56 Calhoun St. Bluffton, SC (843) 304-2319 15 Lawton Stables 190 Greenwood Dr. Hilton Head Island, SC (843) 671-2586

37 Margie Sone Gravina Signature Gallery 303 W. St. Julian St., City Market Savannah, GA (912) 920-8451 21 Melissa Yanachik - OCY Originals The Village Craftsmen 223 W. River St. Savannah, GA (912) 236-7280 15 Mike’s Bikes 136 Beach City Rd. Hilton Head Island, SC (843) 671-6453 11 One HHI 86 Helmsman Way Hilton Head Island, SC (843) 684-2004 3 Outside Hilton Head Shelter Cove Marina Hilton Head Island, SC (843) 686-6996 3 Pau Hana Shelter Cove Marina Hilton Head Island, SC (843) 686-6996 19 Samantha Claar Hilton Head Art League, The Village Craftsmen Savannah, GA (404) 966-3647 47 Santa Fe Cafe 807 William Hilton Pkwy. Hilton Head Island, SC (843) 785-3838 38 Savannah Art Association 232 Bull St., Chippewa Sq. Savannah, GA (912) 232-7731 39 Savannah Taste Experience Savannah, GA (912) 221-4439 41 Segway of Savannah 234 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. Savannah, GA (912) 233-3554 20 Smith Galleries The Village at Wexford, Ste. J-11 Hilton Head Island, SC (843) 842-2280 36 Stephen Kasun Fine Art 306 W. Congress St., City Market KS Fine Art Gallery 230 Bull St., Chippewa Sq. Savannah, GA (407) 474-0411 23 Sundance Bike Rentals 13 Executive Park Rd. Hilton Head Island, SC (843) 785-8737 21 The Village Craftsmen 223 W. River St. Savannah, GA (912) 236-7280

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Santa Fe Cafe is celebrating the 25th year of perfecting the New Mexico experience. Come listen to live music next to the cozy oak fire on our Outdoor Rooftop Cantina or enjoy our open-kitchen at the Chef’s Counter. Whatever the occasion, we’re sure to have something to entice your senses.

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