Kiawah Island Golf Resort Vacation Rental
There is plenty to do while staying on either
Kiawah Island. Biking around the islands, playing golf, exploring historic
Charleston and much more.
Beach: Swim in the calm waters of the
Atlantic or simply stroll Kiawah’s incredible 10-mile long unspoiled beach
from one end to the other even at high tide. Watch the seagulls fly
overhead and the pelican dive for their dinner while the dolphin play in
the water and the shrimp boats troll in the distance. Bring your fishing
pole and try your luck at surf fishing.
Biking, Hiking and Wildlife Viewing: Kiawah has over 30 miles of safe,
paved paths which meander through woods and past lagoons. These are home
to alligators, turtles, deer, egrets, herons, and a host of other shore
Golf: Kiawah is ranked among the top golf resort destinations. There are
five world-class championship courses offered on this private resort
Tennis: Kiawah was rated America's #1 Tennis Resort by Tennis Magazine.
Splash Zone: Take the kids for a wonderful, fun-filled day of water play.
Enjoy the Caribbean play structure with slides, wheels, water pumping
stations and sprays. Also a swimming pool, and water slides.
Boating and Fishing: Visit Bohicket Marina for boat rentals, deep sea
fishing. Enjoy local canoeing, kayaking, crabbing, shrimping, and fishing
in the nearby tidals marshes and creeks.
Night Heron Park – This wonderful park offers soccer fields, basketball
courts, a Nature Center, Kamp Kiawah for Kids, Cookouts, Ice Cream
Socials, horse back riding available at nearby Seabrook Island.
Shopping and Dining; With the newly completed Fresh Fields Village and
Sanctuary Hotel, numerous shops and restaurants are easy to find. Historic
Charleston, with world-class dining and shopping, is only 30 minutes away.