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bike trails on kiawah island
Jeanette Lawson

Which Bike Trails on Kiawah Island are Best for You?

What’s the best way to see Kiawah Island? By pedaling around with sand beneath your tires and an ocean breeze in your hair, of course. We’ve created a map of the best bike trails on Kiawah Island, where you’ll find everything from treks along the shoreline to journeys to local oyster cookouts. But with so many

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visiting kiawah island
Jeanette Lawson

6 Tips for First-Timers Visiting Kiawah Island

If you’re visiting Kiawah Island for the first time, you’re in for a treat! The breathtaking barrier island — situated just off Charleston’s Atlantic coastline — brims with natural beauty. From its abundance of shore birds and wildlife to its 10 miles of pristine beach, it offers unspoiled wonders at every turn. Before visiting Kiawah

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Jeanette Lawson

Snag a Table at These Must-Visit Restaurants on Kiawah Island

Kiawah Island is a stunning barrier island that brims with maritime forests, a varied marine habitat, snap-worthy vistas, and, of course, mouthwatering dining. From fresh catches to authentic French cuisine, restaurants on Kiawah Island offer something for all tastes. Whether you’re into barefoot luxury, romantic sunsets, or afternoons spent on the beach, you’ll find options

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Kiawah Island Sandcastle
Jeanette Lawson

Find One of the Best Southern Beaches at Kiawah Island

A barrier island with a maritime forest, flora and fauna-rich maritime habitat, and one of the best southern beaches hands-down, Kiawah Island has something to offer for every traveler. Whether you’re looking for toes-in-the-sand tranquility, bicycling adventures, or afternoons on the court or green, find your happy place on our stretch of sand in South

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What to Do on Kiawah Island in Fall
Jeanette Lawson

What to Do on Kiawah Island This Fall

As summer fades to autumn and the cool breezes start to blow, your mind might turn toward pumpkins and turkeys. Not so fast! The beach is still calling your name. On Kiawah Island, fall offers the perfect mix of warm days and cool nights, with a distinct lack of summer crowds. Most of your favorite

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Kiawah Island Getaways
Jeanette Lawson

Stroll Kiawah Island with Us

I always enjoy strolling Kiawah Island’s beach with Shawn as the day winds down and the sun is setting. Shawn and I generally walk from Shipwatch along the beach until we reach Mariners Watch. Then we turn around. It is fun to watch the families as they pack up their chairs, beach towels, coolers and

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Roadside Seafood
Jeanette Lawson

Feeding Sea Gulls on the Beach

This is a fun simple thing to do with kids or when acting like a kid yourself. Take a box of saltines, or an old loaf of bread to the beach and have fun feeding the sea gulls! For extra fun – try feeding them a big red apple! The birds will almost eat right

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Roadside Seafood
Jeanette Lawson

Incredible Seafood!!

Shawn and I just experienced the BEST seafood restaurant yesterday for lunch – at Roadside Seafood, Bohicket Road on Johns Island. This place is a MUST for your next lunch on Johns Island. Shawn ordered a basket of fried oysters and a side of onion rings, I ordered a couple tacos – the first had

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Angel Oak Tree
Jeanette Lawson

Check Out Angel Oak!

This is a MUST SEE when you are visiting Kiawah. Located just off the island (near McDonald’s) is the largest tree East of the Mississippi. Angel Oak is believed to be in excess of 1500 years old, its massive, draping limbs and wide spreading canopy present the aura of an angel but the naming of

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