Hey, don’t tell anyone ……
but we have one of the most pristine beaches in the world right here in the South Carolina Lowcountry – and it’s accessible by vehicle – no boat needed.
This isolated barrier island is the end of the line of SC Hwy 21.
In the 1970’s it had a decent surf break, dudes from Florida even made the safari to ride our swells.
Today it’s the most popular campground in SC.
Hunting Island State Park, South Carolina.
If you are looking for a relaxing day out, why not stroll along the stunning beach and dip your toes in the cool salt water?
You might see tracks from where a sea turtle has crawled back to sea, after laying her eggs.
Listen to our audio guide from iTour Beaufort while on the island or as a way to virtually visit.
Enjoy the isolated beach, climb the lighthouse, lose yourself picking up shells, watch the shrimp boats, and – one last word: “bikinis.” Carolina girls and Georgia peaches in two pieces.
We have mixed emotions about letting you in on this.
Please be respectful of the place. It’s a wonderful treasure.
From I-95: Take Hwy 21 E. toward Beaufort, SC. Drive 42 mi. Hwy 21 ends at the park.
85 miles from Charleston, S.C.
56 miles from Savannah, GA.
Perfect for a CityTrex day trekker to stretch their legs in the fresh air…