Lowcountry Beaches & Resort Islands

Whether you’re setting up a tent for some Edisto Island beach camping, enjoying a Hilton Head getaway or kayaking at Fripp Island, beach vacations in the Lowcountry always form a lasting impression. Thriving marshes and wetlands grace the landscape and ripple with wildlife. A trek across the islands will take you from pristine beaches to verdant, shady groves of oak and palm trees. Visitors to this natural paradise are sure to return for its splendid scenery and enchanting aura. The romantic, comfortable and calm atmosphere of South Carolina’s Lowcountry makes it the ultimate spot for relaxation.

Edisto Island

Fripp Island

Hunting Island

Hilton Head Island

Take a tour of the South Carolina Lowcountry and indulge yourself on a Hilton Head getaway or explore Fripp Island and Edisto Island–beach areas that are both uncrowded and full of wildlife. While you may find more campsites and cabins on Edisto Island, you can visit a water park and play golf right on the Fripp Island beachfront.

Edisto Island
Edisto Island is a quiet, family-oriented island where nature is celebratedThis relaxed island features many fantastic restaurants, numerous rental cottages and abundant wildlife.
Fripp Island
The most seaward of our islands, Fripp Island is a wildlife sanctuary known for its uncrowded feel with an off-season population of under 1,000 residents.
Hilton Head Island
The island is a breath of fresh air, literally and figuratively, when compared to your everyday vacation destination. Coastal, casual and relaxed, Hilton Head Island celebrates the al fresco frame of mind.
Hunting Island
The four-mile-long island serves as a state park and may be the state's most visited beach. Located near historic Beaufort, Hunting Island State Park is a natural paradise.

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