Everything Hilton Head Island has to offer. And more.
Navigate the island as you like. On two wheels.
Islanders know the best way to get from here to there on Hilton Head is by bike. There are more than 200 miles of bikeable pathways here, including bike trails and beaches, and Hilton Head Outfitters has the largest fleet of bike rentals on the island. They also have everything you need for the beach from surf boards to beach umbrellas and so much more.
Tennis & Pickleball. A match made in South Carolina
Tennis Magazine ranks Palmetto Dunes among “The 50 Greatest U.S. Tennis Resorts.” With more courts than anywhere on the island, year-round play, instruction available for all skill levels. Whether tennis is your game, or you’ve picked up the hottest new racquet sport in the country, the Palmetto Dunes Tennis & Pickleball Center has the tennis or pickleball vacation you’re dreaming of.
Shelter Cove Harbour & Marina. The sea beckons.
If getting out on the water is your thing, Shelter Cove Harbour & Marina, the largest marina on Hilton Head Island, has everything you and your family will need including access to deep water adventures, nature tours, fishing charters, boat rentals, and more.
The perfect backdrop for your destination wedding
It’s no secret that we love a good party here in the Lowcountry! Your beach wedding dreams can come true at Palmetto Dunes. Our expert planners will put our event spaces to work for you and will be the perfect backdrop for your wedding or special occasion. The rest of your life can begin here.
There's nothing ordinary about a Hilton Head Island vacation at Palmetto Dunes. You’ll understand from your first breath of our sweet Southern air. In fact, the resort has something for everyone. Action or relaxation or both. It’s all here.
Cancelled - Cooking Demo at Alexander's: Burgers Clinic with Chef Charles2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
HarbourFest Fireworks9:00 pm - 9:30 pm
Palmetto Dunes Turtle Talks8:00 pm - 9:00 pm
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It’s Sea Turtle Nesting Season on Hilton Head Island
Nesting season is May to October on Hilton Head Island's beaches and is a critical time for endangered sea turtles. Here's how you can help to ensure the safety of turtle moms and hatchlings.