Hilton Head Island Information & Map
Hilton Head Island is known as one of the most family-friendly destination in the world. Offering an assortment of outdoor excursions and also named as one of the top ten beaches in the country. Hilton Head Island is the perfect selection for a family vacation or getaway.
Hilton Head Island is 12 miles by 5 miles wide, but you'll find everything you need for a perfect Island retreat. Get a little taste of everything with more than 250 Restaurants. Play on one of the 24 Island golf courses or if tennis is your game- you will have the choice of over 100 courts both public and resort. You can spend a day browsing through over 200 stores and outlets, looking for that unique Island souvenir.
Take a ride your bike and you will notice the attention given to the environment while you travel down 50 miles of public bike and nature trails. You may even spot an alligator sunning himself on the bank of a lagoon.
All of Hilton Head Island's 12 miles of sandy beach is public, from the ocean to the high water mark. Access to the beach, however, is often private. The Town of Hilton Head Island provides public beach access at the following locations: Alder Lane Beach Access, off South Forest Beach Drive; Coligny Beach Park, off Coligny Circle; Fish Haul Park, at the end of Beach City Road; Driessen Beach Park, at the end of Bradley Beach Road; Burkes Beach Access, at the end of Burkes Beach Road; Folly Field Beach Park, off Folly Field Road; and Islanders Beach Park, off Folly Field Road.
The following Hilton Head beaches are equipped with the mats that make them wheelchair accessible: Alder Lane Beach, Coligny Beach Park, Driessen Beach Park, Folly Field Beach Park, and Islanders Beach Park.
Fun Water Activities:
Enjoy a wide variety of water activities as well. An adventurous spirit can check out spectacular views of the Island from high above the water while parasailing. Waterskiing, jet skiing, windsurfing and surfing also are available for wind and water enthusiasts.
Explore the shoreline by sailing, taking a dolphin watch or sunset cruise for a tour around the island. Kayak the creeks and sounds coming in close contact with dolphins and other marine life.
For more information about Hilton Head Island, please contact us and we would be happy to answer any of your questions! Also, check out our Island Activities page for all the best things to do, activities, and attractions on Hilton Head Island when you stay in one of our vacation rentals.