opportunities from your Hilton Head Island timeshare include too-many-to-count championship golf courses, walking and biking trails through the lowlands and world-class tennis courts. There are many places around the island where you can rent a bike. The island supports scores of excellent dining possibilities, and it’s worth trying the small and out-of-the-way cafes and restaurants because fame doesn’t necessarily mean great food.
Owning a Hilton Head Island timeshare with beautifully designed and decorated luxury accommodations including fully equipped kitchens, Wi-Fi, TVs, swimming pools and several bedrooms is the most economical and enjoyable way to live on the island. It’s like having a private vacation home without the hassle of upkeep and maintenance. You arrive at your spotless home every year and enjoy the beach, spas, sunset cruises or spend your time on one of the many golf courses. Bring your boat as Hilton Head Island has a fabulous marina.
Family-Friendly Activities on Hilton Head
Hilton Head Island is a very child-friendly place. On the days when spending the day at the beach isn’t an option, there are plenty of other things to do. The Harbor Town Lighthouse and Gregg Russell Playground provide plenty of activity along with historical significance. You might even find an outdoor concert under the Liberty Oak.
The local children’s museum is called The Sandbox has an arts and crafts room, play construction area and much more to keep kids busy for hours. Ask your concierge about planned activities.
Adventure Cove offers two mini-golf courses and the largest indoor games arcade in the area. One of the most exciting activities for children is a boat cruise where they see dolphins, travel in salt marshes and stop to collect shells. Visit the ‘friendly’ alligator in the Coastal Discovery Museum, the Lawton Stables for horseback riding and farm animal petting and downtown Hilton Head Island for shopping and restaurants. The island supports many events such as the Hilton Head Island Wine and Food Festival and the Hilton Head International Piano Competition. Everyone loves the weekly fireworks during the season.
When is Peak Season?
Nestled along the South Carolina coast, Hilton Head Island is a year-round vacation destination. The high season is Easter to Labor Day when the prices will be higher. Hilton Head Island timeshare owners don’t need to worry about seasonal rates as they have already paid for their accommodation. May is considered the best month for good weather and smaller crowds.
Hilton Head Island is considered a natural treasure and is developed for tourism while following the strictest sustainable and eco-friendly policies. You can enjoy your vacation in this beautiful place without increasing your carbon footprint.