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Enjoy a Hilton Head Vacation in One of Three Luxury RV Resorts

Marie McAden Marie McAden
A former staffer with The Miami Herald, Marie moved to SC in 1992. She is passionate about the outdoors, and enjoys exploring the state’s many natural treasures from the Lowcountry to the Upstate.
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One of the pools at Hilton Head Harbor RV Resort overlooks beautiful Skull Creek.

With thousands of vacation rental homes and villas and more than 20 hotels, inns and resorts, Hilton Head Island (https://discoversouthcarolina.com/hilton-head-island) offers visitors an extraordinary array of accommodations, ensuring the perfect stay in coastal South Carolina.

For motorcoach travelers, the selection of places to stay was greatly expanded in 2022 with the opening of Hilton Head National RV Resort (https://www.hiltonheadrv.com) in Bluffton. (https://discoversouthcarolina.com/bluffton) Today, visitors have their choice of nearly 1,000 RV sites in three luxury resorts.

Each of the RV resorts has its own distinctive ambiance and amenities, providing just the right setting for every brand of RVer.

Here is a rundown on the three RV resorts:

Hilton Head Island Motorcoach Resort 

Located on the South End of the island, a short bicycle ride from Coligny Beach Park, this resort is the choice of visitors who want to stay near the beach. The 50-acre, fully landscaped property also provides a woodsier campground feel, creating a sense of privacy between sites.

No. of sites: 400 paved lots, including lakefront sites

Utilities: Full hook-up, cable TV, Wi-Fi

RVs accepted: Class A and C motorcoaches

Amenities: Clubhouse, bathhouse, pool, spa, tennis courts, pickleball courts, dog park, laundry facilities

Pets: Allowed

 

Hilton Head Harbor RV Resort 

This North End island resort is located at a marina overlooking Skull Creek. Aside from beautiful water views, visitors will enjoy easy access to a variety of watersports and activities, including parasailing; charter fishing; Jet Ski, kayak and paddleboard rentals; and mermaid, dolphin and sunset boat tours.

No. of sites: 200 paved sites, including waterfront sites

Utilities: Full hook-up, cable TV, Wi-Fi

RVs accepted: Motorcoaches and hybrid campers as well as travel trailers and fifth wheels with no slide-outs; maximum 35 feet in length

Amenities: Two pools, hot tub, tennis court, two bathhouses, RV store, laundry room, exercise room, playground, fishing pier, boat ramp

Pets: Allowed

Extras on site: Mermaids of Hilton HeadSea Monkeys Watersports, and Sunset Grille, a fine dining restaurant

 

Hilton Head National RV Resort

Owned by Hilton Head National Golf Club, this all-new RV resort has a country club feel with world-class resort amenities. The main clubhouse features a bistro with indoor and outdoor seating, an upscale retail store, an arcade, a beach-entry pool and lazy river, along with a tiki bar and cabanas. Within the resort is a gated, adult-only section offering panoramic golf course views and its own clubhouse with indoor cocktail bar and beach-entry pool and hot tub.

No. of sites: 341 paved sites

Utilities: Full hook-up, cable TV with premium channels, Wi-Fi

RVs accepted: Class A, B and C motorhomes, fifth wheels and travel trailers

Amenities: Two pools and splash pad, playground, basketball court, bocce ball courts, pickleball courts, dog park, dog wash room, 2 miles of walking trails, private cabana rentals, arcade, community fire pits, fitness facilities, individual showers and dressing rooms, state-of-the-art laundry rooms

Pets: Allowed

Extras on site: Cocktail bar, restaurant, snack bar and 18-hole golf course

Marie McAden
A former staffer with The Miami Herald, Marie moved to SC in 1992. She is passionate about the outdoors, and enjoys exploring the state’s many natural treasures from the Lowcountry to the Upstate.