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Visit Hunting Island

35. Visit Hunting Island

Hunting Island State Park is opening May 1st! Here is what you need to know.

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All park visitors will be encouraged to pay admissions online by scanning QR codes at the parks, paying entrance fees advance or using a park passport. Parks will have procedures to accept cash or credit cards at admissions booths if a guest is unable to pay online. The park will be limited capacity and will close its gates to visitors once reached. Visitors will be allowed in once a sufficient amount of vehicles have left.

To find more information on Hunting Island State Park click here.

HOURS

The park will be open 10 AM to 7 PM Daily.

The Visitor Center/Park Office, Gift Shop, and Lighthouse will not be open.

The Nature Center and its parking lot will not be open.

DAY USE

Please follow the social distancing guidelines - no groups larger than 3 people (unless members of a single household) on or off the beach.

The bathhouses will be open at the North and South Beach parking areas.

There are four beach access points at North Beach where a walkway is roped off over the dunes: one at the first parking lot, behind the bathhouse, two at the end of the sidewalk by the lighthouse, and one in front of Parking Lot D.

There are five access points at the South Beach parking areas: one at F parking, one in front of the bathhouse, and the other 3 are spread across the rest of the parking lots and are marked.

Please keep off the dunes.

CAMPGROUNDS

Please follow the social distancing guidelines - no groups larger than 3 people (unless members of a single household) on or off the beach.

The campground store, bathhouses, and playground will not be available for use.

Camp Hosts will be on duty to check campers in.

Only vehicles with current camping hang tags and arriving campers with reservations will be allowed in the campground area.

Campsites will not be available on a "walk-in" basis.

There are four beach access points in the campground: one by the path that runs behind sites 89-95, one to the right of the store parking lot, one behind the campground store, and one directly behind the bathhouse in the rustic tent site area.

Please keep off of the dunes.

 

***All information subject to change***

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The Big List!

Here's what others enjoy

B.L. says:

"We love to go crabbing or either to buy some blue craabs"

Meta Mercer says:

"Water sports, boating, carriage rides, shopping, touring old homes, antiquing, eating, visiting historic sites, sunbathing"

Sandra Loving says:

"Beach"

Shelly Clemmer says:

"Relaxing Fishing Kayaking"

Cynthia Stansberry says:

"I would love to share this list with my clients planning to visit the Hilton Head/Beaufort area this August."

Faye says:

"Things to do with small children "

Gary says:

"Adventure,walk the beach and see historic sites"

jan dean says:

"We love the outdoors, swimming, fishing, hunting. We would like to see some of South Carolina mountains, monuments, some history of South Carolina. We have one daughter that just loves to shop the thrifty shops. Love the opportunity to see South Carolina finest. Thank you. "

candy lafreniere says:

"Fishing, Sightseeing"

Marti says:

"Beautiful city "

Jim Broden says:

"Fort Fremont"

Suzann Whiteley says:

"Dancing in the Waterfront Pavilion, carriage rides through the beautiful streets, visiting the lovely Bookstore on main street, enjoying a afternoon sitting on the swings on the waterfront, I would love to come to your Tour of Homes sometime. and Dream about the way live was there years ago!!!"

Lisa Haigler says:

"Fishing"

William Wester says:

"Interested in Fishing and the local Resturants."