Port Royal Celebrates 450 Years of History
In the beginning, everyone wanted to claim this region. Enticed by its harbor - Port Royal sound is the second-deepest natural harbor on the East Coast. Spanish, French and British explorers struggled to colonize the area, which was an isolated seaside province dotted with Native American tribes.
From the Town of Port Royal's Website: The Town of Port Royal is located between the Beaufort River and Battery Creek in the heart of South Carolina’s Low Country. We take a tremendous amount of pride in our natural environment and the accessibility to that environment through our network of walking trails, community beach, boardwalk, and observation tower. Our town is recognized as one of America’s leaders in small-town New Urbanism and we aspire to continue to be the best place to live, work and play in South Carolina’s Low Country by preserving a superior quality of life for today’s residents and for future generations.
The Town of Port Royal is rich in opportunity. History buffs, nature lovers and those who enjoy the peace and quiet of a private walking community will enjoy time spent in our Town. Nature-lovers should be sure to check out our Boater’s Paradise, Bird-lover’s Paradise Web pages and our Cypress Wetlands Nature Trail. Our diverse population offers out-of-town visitors a true sense of home, and so if you’re interested in visiting or relocating to the South, make sure to put us on your list of places to see. Come experience the hospitality and growth of our beautiful coastal community…come experience the spirit of Port Royal, South Carolina.