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Parks of Hilton Head, SC

Hilton Head, South Carolina is truly one of the most gorgeous areas of the country, and yes, it really is an island. Surrounded entirely in every direction by water, Hilton Head gives residents and visitors alike the rare opportunity to spend time on a sea-locked piece of land.

There are many fun and exciting activities to do in Hilton Head; however, sometimes all you need is to spend time at one of the island’s many beautiful parks. If you find yourself with the opportunity to do so, here are some of the parks that you should undoubtedly check out.

Shelter Cove Community Park

Located at 39 Shelter Cove Ln. in Hilton Head, Shelter Cove is a great park to bring the entire family to enjoy calm waters, inviting paths, and native plants. There are public restrooms, free Wi-Fi access, and plenty of trails to explore. In addition, the park also has a spacious observation deck for taking in the park, as well as a picnic pavilion and veteran’s memorial.

Folly Field Beach Park

Hilton Head’s Folly Field Beach Park is located at 55 Starfish Drive. It hosts one of the most gorgeous and popular beaches on the island. Along with outdoor showers and public restrooms, the park also has seasonal beach rentals and lifeguards.

Coligny Beach Park

At 1 Coligny Circle in Hilton Head, you will find Coligny Beach Park, which is definitely one of the nicest parks on the island. In addition to having all of the aforementioned amenities of Folly Field Beach, it also has wooden bench swings, private changing areas, water features, and copper artwork cemented into the boardwalk.

Compass Rose Park

The Compass Rose Park at 4 St. Augustine Place is one of the most modern and truly majestic public recreational areas on Hilton Head Island. What’s more, it boasts a reflection pool, covered sitting area, and bronzed statues. There is also free Wi-Fi access, as well as a snaking water feature surrounded by lush foliage.

Greens Shell Park

Greens Shell Park, located at 99 Squire Pope Road is one of the most well rounded parks on the island with a playground for young kids, a basketball court for those inclined to shoot around, along with an observation deck and historical site for those looking to take in the views.

Here are some of the other parks on the island:

Honey Horn

70 Honey Horn Plantation Road

Jarvis Creek Park

50 Jarvis Creek Road

Xeriscape Garden

One Town Center Court

Driessen Beach Park

64 Bradley Beach Road

Islanders Beach Park

94 Folly Field Road

Mitchelville Beach Park

124 Mitchelville Road

Fish Haul Creek Park

10 Fish Haul Creek

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