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Some of the many activities on Kiawah include:

The Beach
Golf
Tennis
Biking
Running
The Oyster Roast -- Mingo Point
The Sanctuary
 

 

The Beach
Kiawah Island offers Ten miles of beach, bathed by gentle Atlantic waves and pleasant Gulfstream breezes.
 

 
                              
              Biking -- the best way to explore 10 miles of beach                                               A favorite way to pass the time
 


Ghost Crab


Golf

With five championship layouts, Kiawah Island Golf Resort has the finest collection of courses on the East Coast.  While you are here you can sample the works of master architects Tom Fazio, Gary Player, Clyde Johnston and Jack Nicklaus.  Be sure to play Pete Dye's Ocean Course, site of the 1991 Ryder Cup, the 1997 and 2003 World Cup, the 2007 Senior PGA Championship and the 2012 PGA Championship.

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Driving range, Ocean Course

13th; Ocean Course. Note the ladder for convenient access to the bunker.

14th; Turtle Point.
          
18th; Cougar Point.  Note how the green slopes towards the drink.  Bring plenty of balls.

Tennis
Ranked the  #1 Tennis Resort in the World by tennisresortsonline.com Kiawah's tennis program offers a wide variety of tennis activities, services and tournaments.  Two complete tennis complexes provide convenient access, just minutes away from your villa.  Both clubs offer hard and clay courts, fully stocked pro shops, racquet stringing and rentals, and matchmaking services.


West Beach Tennis Club (Open Seasonally)
Featuring 14 Har-Tru clay courts and two lighted hard courts.

East Beach Tennis Club (Open Year-Round)
Featuring nine Har-Tru clay courts (one lighted), three hard courts, zoned practice courts with ball machine and an automated retrieval system.
Biking
With over 30 miles of paved trails and 10 miles of beach, biking offers one of the best ways to see the island. Pick up a map at the Main Gate or one of the Resort Bike shops and explore a bit each day. We strongly recommend wearing helmets and staying on the bike paths. Take along sunscreen, water, some power snacks and of course something to hold your seashells and other finds along the way. The west end of the island tends to offer the best shelling and dolphin sightings. The east end of the island takes you past the Ocean Course Clubhouse - a great place to have lunch or a late afternoon drink, enjoying the views of the ocean and the 18th green.
Running
Miles and miles of beaches and bike trails offer a great opportunity to get the lead out.

FIVE MILER:  Start on the trail behind the Windswept Lakeside Townhouses.  With the lake on your right, follow the trail around Night Heron park and up to Kiawah Island Parkway.  Continue on the trail paralleling the Parkway until you come to Governor's Drive.  Take the trail along Governor's drive until you come to Flyway Drive.  Take the trail along Flyway and enter the Allee of the Oaks (see photos below).   You can run through the Allee at high noon in July and you'll be in the shade.  After about 2/3 mile you'll emerge from the Allee and cross Surfsong Rd. where you take the beach access to the beach.  From there, running due west on the beach (ocean on your left), it's about 1.7 miles to the finish line.  The beach access to the Windswept Townhouses are less than half a mile past The Sanctuary.  Total distance is about five miles, give or take a few tenths.

Allee of the Oaks

The Oyster Roast -- Mingo Point
The Lowcountry Oyster Roast & Barbecue at Mingo Point is a favorite activity Monday evenings during the summer.  The beautiful riverside setting at sunset provides a scenic backdrop for the traditional fare of roasted oysters, barbecue chicken and ribs, coleslaw, molasses baked beans, desserts and more. After dinner, enjoy live Beach and Bluegrass music.
                 
The Oyster Roast

The Sanctuary
If you want to pamper yourself, The Sanctuary is a five minute walk up the beach.  Opened in August, 2004, this world class resort was recently ranked by Conde Nast Traveler as the #1 Resort on the U.S. Mainland.

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