Kiawah Island South Carolina
Kiawah Island is a barrier island that protects the inland areas, offers habitats for many plants and animals including sea turtles, and offers beach lovers a full ten miles of sand and sand dunes. This island is home to a great deal of recreational diversions as well including golf, tennis, bike trails, fine restaurants, sea kayaking and wildlife viewing.
Southern Living Magazine voted this island the “Most romantic spot and best spot to walk the beach”. Find out for yourself by spending a few days here.
If you want to spend a day at the beach during your Charleston vacation, consider a stop at the Beachwalker County Park where you’ll find seasonal beach chair and umbrella rentals, a snack bar, picnic areas with grills, restrooms, outdoor showers, dressing areas, and a wide sandy beach featuring a designated swimming area.
Hit the links at one of Kiawah Island Golf Resort’s five championship courses. This resort was recently named the “Number One Golf Resort in the U.S.” by T+L Golf Magazine. The hard and clay tennis courts have been ranked as the “Number Two U.S. Tennis Resort” by TENNIS Magazine. The resort offers accommodations, a beautiful setting that’s perfect for weddings and special events, spa services, golf, tennis, family activities, tours, fine dining, and much more.
The island is bursting with wildlife from birds and crabs to alligators. Get out and tour the waterways by renting a sea kayak and paddling along the Kiawah River. Unique twilight paddle tours allow you to see the marsh come alive with nocturnal creatures.
Vacation lodging on Kiawah Island ranges from the quaint cottages to vacation rentals and luxury full-service hotels. This resort community is also home to many full time and seasonal residents. If you are considering relocating to this charming Charleston barrier island, you’ll find a variety of Kiawah Island homes and condos for sale.
Our visitors often use misspellings and abbreviations for Charleston,
South Carolina including Charlston, Carlina, SC, So Carolina, So Car. Users
also use Low Country or Lowcountry to describe Charleston.
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