Zach Bjur

Hilton Head

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  1. Bull Island: Hilton Head's Little Neighbor with a Big Past

    Hilton Head

    Bull Island has been home to zebra, buffalo, and multimillionaires, now it's home to great paddling.

  2. Preserving Hilton Head’s Remarkable Natural Beauty: The Hilton Head Island Land Trust

    Hilton Head

    The untold story of how the Hilton Head Island Land Trust has fought to preserve Hilton Head's green spaces for close to three decades.

  3. The Outside Foundation: Working to Keep Hilton Head Beautiful

    Hilton Head

    The Outside Foundation wants you to help Hilton Head. Wet your paddle and do good for the environment at one of their waterway cleanup days.

  4. Hilton Head in the Off-Season: 48 Hours of Adventure

    Hilton Head

    Forget about fighting for your spot in the sand. Head to Hilton Head in the off-season for a relaxed weekend of fresh air adventures.

  5. Your Hilton Head Island Holiday Gift Guide

    Hilton Head

    For those who think getting outside is the best gift of all, here are five sweet activities to top your Hilton Head Island gift guide.

  6. Preserving Hilton Head's Remarkable Natural Beauty: The Hilton Head Island Land Trust

    Hilton Head

    The untold story of how the Hilton Head Island Land Trust has fought to preserve Hilton Head's green spaces for close to three decades.

  7. Cross Island Boat Landing Paddling

    Hilton Head

    The Cross Island Boat Landing is located underneath the Cross Island Bridge and provides access to Broad Creek near its mouth into Calibogue Sound. It is primarily geared toward launching motorized watercraft but has a small floating dock that can be used for launching kayaks.

  8. Squire Pope Rowing and Sailing Center

    Hilton Head

    The dock at Squire Pope prohibits motorized vehicles of any kind making it extremely kayak friendly. It is set back in a small alcove of Skull Creek which offers calm kayaking away from the hazards of larger motorized marine vessels.

  9. Broad Creek Paddling

    Hilton Head

    Broad Creek is great for anyone who wants to explore Hilton Head’s salt water marshes and tidal creeks. The wildlife is abundant, with a chance to see a number of birds, fish, or the occasional marsh mink.

  10. Broad Creek Stand Up Paddleboarding

    Hilton Head

    On a stand up paddleboard you can rise above the reeds and truly take in the magnitude of your surroundings. From your birds eye view you will also have an advantage navigating the waterways.

  11. Audubon Newhall Preserve

    Hilton Head

    The Audubon Newhall Preserve is a 50 acre nature preserve off of Palmetto Bay Road that is maintained by the Hilton Head Audubon Society. It has a series of interconnected trails that add up to about a mile total.

  12. Burkes Beach - Hiking

    Hilton Head

    Burkes Beach is an islander’s favorite, being a good place to avoid the “packed sardine” feeling of more popular beaches like Coligny beach. It also plays host to “The Folly” where at high tide ocean water flows into a salt water marsh creating a temporary creek that is ripe for exploration.

  13. 3 Seriously Cool Lowcountry Day Trips to Take Near Hilton Head

    Hilton Head

    Discover amazing beaches, alligator-filled trails, historic lighthouses, and great paddling on these Lowcountry day trips near Hilton Head.

  14. 5 Secluded Spots to Avoid the Crowds on Hilton Head Island

    Hilton Head

    Avoid the crowds on Hilton Head Island by checking out one of these private hikes, peaceful rides, or serene paddles.

  15. An Islander’s Guide to Hilton Head Beaches

    Hilton Head

    Hilton Head beaches are plentiful, but each are unique. Make sure you choose the right one for you.

  16. A Guide to the Best Spots for Stand-Up Paddling in Hilton Head

    Hilton Head

    Stand-up paddling in Hilton Head is a no-brainer. With multiple large creeks, flatwater options, and rolling waves, there's something for all.

  17. The Story of How One Man Transformed the Tri Scene on Hilton Head Island

    Hilton Head

    In April of 2000, after moving to Hilton Head, Alfred Olivetti opened a small shop called Go Tri Sports. Since then, the tri scene on the island has never been the same.

  18. 3 of the Best Family-Friendly Hikes on Hilton Head Island

    Hilton Head

    There are plenty of hikes on Hilton Head that are great for the whole family. Here are three of the best to get your family outside.

  19. Learning and Loggerheads in the Lowcountry

    Hilton Head

    One of the best ways to explore Hilton Head's natural beauty, its history, and its inhabitants—a trip to the Coastal Discovery Museum is a must.

  20. LoCo Motion: The Lowcountry's 3-Day Event to Beat Breast Cancer

    Hilton Head

    Join a sea of walkers and runners dressed in pink at Hilton Head's 3-day event to beat breast cancer.

  21. Hilton Head Biking 101—How to Log Miles Island-Style

    Hilton Head

    Mild temperatures and fewer visitors make for autumn biking bliss on Hilton Head Island. We have three scenic routes to get you started.

  22. Creating a New Generation of Surfers with a Legend of the Hilton Head Swells

    Hilton Head

    Legendary surfer, Byron Sewell's summer camp in Hilton Head offers a new generation of surfers a place to find their passion.

  23. SCORE: For the Love of Oysters and Hilton Head Island

    Hilton Head

    SCORE oyster reefs provide food, healthy marine ecosystems, and clean water for Hilton Head and the coastal Lowcountry of South Carolina.

  24. The Best Places to Spot Wildlife on Hilton Head Island

    Hilton Head

    From the alligator-filled marshes of Sea Pines, to the dolphin-rich waters of Mitchellville Beach, here's where to see wildlife on Hilton Head Island.

  25. It's Oyster Roast Season in Hilton Head

    Hilton Head

    'Tis the season, oyster roast season in Hilton Head, that is! Find out how to partake in the age old joy of the Lowcountry oyster roast.