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There are countless things to do in Hilton Head, from exploring the beaches to taking the kids fishing, waking up early for a round of golf, or shopping for the perfect souvenir. As Hilton Head Island locals, we've got all the details on the Best of Hilton Head in our activity guide. Start planning your trip today, check out the upcoming events, and remember to make your reservation with Vacation Homes of Hilton Head.

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ruins

Currently listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Stoney Baynard Ruins was originally built in the 1790s. Today the site includes the ruins of the historic Baynard estate, which included a grand antebellum plantation house and slave quarters.

fishing charter hilton head island

Hilton Head Sport Fishing LLC offers family-friendly trips custom-tailored to meet your specific needs and interests. Join Captain Jeff Kline for an excursion out on the waters of Hilton Head Island.

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Coligny Plaza offers a great variety of local boutiques with beach and island accessories, a huge selection of restaurants, a theatre and an orchestra.

Atlantic Dunes

Named as NGCOA’s National Course of the Year, Atlantic Dunes is a full renovation of the first golf course ever built on Hilton Head Island. Atlantic Dunes is located in The Sea Pines Resort along the ocean.

family visiting historic site

Leamington Lighthouse overlooks the Arthur Hills Golf Course at Palmetto Dunes Oceanfront Resort. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Leamington Lighthouse is the only historic lighthouse on Hilton Head Island is one of a few left in the state of South Carolina.

Coligny Beach sand and shore

Coligny Beach at Hilton Head is one of the most popular beaches on the island, with beach volleyball, a Tiki Hut bar and much more.

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