Hilton Head Island, Bluffton and the Lowcountry have public pathways and greenways that stretch for miles and miles… venture outside and start exploring!
Hilton Head Island Trails
Hilton Head Island has 64 miles of public pathways and nature trails that let you explore the Island. There are also 12 miles of hard-packed beaches perfect for cycling or walking. The Town of Hilton Head offers many downloadable maps you can check out below, as well as Rules of the Road for pathways. Also along the public pathways, you will find kiosks with reference maps.
Pinckney Island Wildlife Refuge is located between the Mackay Creek and Skull Creek bridges on Hwy 278 between Hilton Head and Bluffton. It is made up of a variety of land types and is the habitat for a diversity of wildlife species. There are over 14 miles of trails open to hiking and bicycling.
Pinckney Island Trail Guide | Pinckney Island Trail Map
New River Linear Trail
Set in a historic area, this flat, unpaved trail runs next to a railroad bed and is used for hiking and biking.
Victoria Bluff Heritage Preserve
Walking paths through woods and bogs in the wildlife management area.
Bluffton Pedestrian Pathways Map
Pathways and sidewalks located in the Town of Bluffton are used for walking, bicycling, and running.