Kiawah Island is a vacationer's dream - in reality. This is the
coastal South Carolina island you've heard about - the one travel writers
and contented visitors have talked about for years.
Kiawah's 10,000 natural woodland acres stretch along a windswept Atlantic and create 10 miles of spectacular unspoiled beach. This natural haven for wildlife - shy, tawny deer, Blue Heron and Snowy Egret - has an average year-round temperature of 65-degrees. Luxury accommodations are carefully tucked away in two resort villages offering exquisite dining and shopping delights.
Children love Kiawah's 21-acre Night Heron Park with it's Olympic-sized pool, recreation pavilion and playing field. Activities are scheduled for all ages - year-round.
Only a short drive away (21 miles by road) is historic Charleston, with it's incredible collection of colonial and antebellum homes. Charleston's picturesque gardens, famous old forts and outlying plantations, all bring three centuries of American heritage into focus like no other city. The annual 2-week long celebration of the arts, Spoleto Festival USA, is an international showcase of music, drama, and dance now followed by critics all over the world. And today, Charleston's shopping adventures closely rival the city's colorful past as a major attraction for visitors.
Catch your dinner! Fishing tackle and crab net rentals
are available and local waterways are full of delicacies.
Altogether, there are 30 miles of paved leisure trails to jog, bicycle,
or quietly explore.
Sailboat and bicycle rentals round out a very special vacation experience.