24 Mar 2017
Celebrate Spring on Hilton Head Island
Spring is wonderful on Hilton Head Island and across the Lowcounty. Days get longer and the beaches warm up. Golf and wine enthusiasts can enjoy both the RBC Heritage and the Hilton Head Island Wine & Food Festival. At Vacation Homes of Hilton Head, we enjoy sharing this special time of year with our guests. Here are some top reasons to visit Hilton Head Island in the spring.
5. Birding on Pinckney Island
Hilton Head is known for its diverse wildlife. The Lowcounrty, which provides many ecosystems, is the perfect habitat for a wide variety animals and birds. During the spring, birds from all over the world migrate through Hilton Head. The Pinckney Island National Wildlife Refuge, home to open forests and wetlands, is a birding and wildlife paradise.
4. Perfect Spring Weather
Spring brings some of the best weather of the year to Hilton Head. The days are clear and bright, and the hurricane season is far away. Flowers begin to bloom and you can spend the whole day outside. As the ocean warms, kayaking and sailing become favorite activities.
3. Hilton Head Island Wine & Food Festival
One of Hilton Head’s biggest events, the Hilton Head Island Wine & Food Festival was first launched over 30 years ago. Every March, Hilton Head hosts a six day celebration that combines Lowcounty culture with food & wine from all over the world.
2. Uncrowded Beaches:
As the sun gets higher in the sky, Hilton Head’s beaches turn pleasant and warm. And in the spring, before the summer crowds arrive, you can experience a sense of solitude and tranquility. In the spring, you can feel like you have Hilton Head's beaches to yourself.
1. Golf & RBC Heritage Tournament:
Spring is one of the best times to play golf on Hilton Head. The weather is temperate and the fairways are especially green. Long days allow you to play multiple rounds in one day. For over 40 years, the world’s best PGA golfers come to Hilton Head Island for South Carolina’s biggest golf tournament. Hosted at the Harbour Town Golf Links, the RBC Heritage has become a Hilton Head tradition.