Town of Seabrook Island

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2001 Seabrook Island RD

Johns Island, SC 29455

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Phone: (843) 768-9121

Region: Coastal & Islands

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Town of Seabrook Island

Only 23 miles from Charleston, Seabrook Island Resort offers a serene setting where vacationers peacefully coexist with the island's natural wildlife. Stay in a luxurious villa overlooking the Atlantic, tee off on two championship golf courses, or play a set at the excellent tennis facilities. Wander miles of private beach or tour the island on horseback. Don't be surprised if you find yourself face-to-face with a deer. The island offers special children's programs, and nearby Bohicket Marina offers boat rentals for the exploration of marsh creeks or deep-sea charters.

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