Burkes Beach

One of the hidden gems on Hilton Head Island is Burkes Beach. It is located at 60 Burkes Beach Rd, Hilton Head Island, SC 29928. This beautiful stretch of sand is uncrowded, has few tourists, and is perfect for families. You can picnic on grassy knolls, play soccer, or play tennis at nearby Chaplin Park. You can also take a bike ride along the bike path. There are bathrooms, showers, and a vending machine, and there is no shortage of places to relax. Click for more info

There is a limited parking lot, with only thirteen metered spaces. However, if you plan to spend a full day at the beach, there is plenty of nearby parking, including a free parking lot. For the more active, there are paved trails leading to amenities like tennis and basketball courts. A dog park is also nearby. There are several public restrooms and gazebos, so you can relax and enjoy the sunshine in style.

Visitors should also take advantage of the island’s wildlife. There are numerous dolphins, sea turtles, and other creatures that call Hilton Head their home. You can also go on a sunset dinner cruise, fish, and take an informative tour of Daufuskie Island. If you prefer to stay on land, you’ll have plenty of options for lodging. But, if you’re looking for a quiet and beautiful beach, you should check out the Hilton Head Marriott Vacation Rentals, which sit on the southern end of the island.

A family-friendly beach, Burkes is ideal for families. There are restrooms, showers, and paved paths nearby. Burkes is a great place for kids and surfers. The beach is also pet-friendly, which is great for families with dogs and cats. Mitchelville Beach, or Fish Haul Beach Park, is the northern end of Hilton Head Island and has a much different look. Families who want to bring their pets can also choose to stay at Sea Pines, located just north of Burkes Beach.

The beaches on Hilton Head Island are some of the best in the country. Travel and Leisure has named one of them as the best in the United States. Visitors can choose from a variety of beaches, from the most popular to the most quiet. You can even spend the entire day enjoying the quiet, secluded beaches on the island. While you’re on Hilton Head Island, you can also visit the popular North Beach, which spans Highway 80 to 2nd Avenue. The beaches here have white sand, clear waters, and lots of beach activities. And you can spend the day on the island’s premier shopping street, Tybee Island. Check this out

For more adventure, try pedaling around the island. There are bike lanes throughout the island. You can pedal past hidden treasures, discover forgotten monuments, and explore the quaint town’s many hidden coves. There are even bike rentals available. They offer fat bikes and beach bikes, so you can bike from one place to another. The bike paths in Hilton Head Island are well maintained. You may even come across local wildlife while pedaling.