When visiting coastal South Carolina, a trip to one of the many beaches in a must. With an unusual landscape, the Lowcountry area of the state features an interesting blend of sandy shores and grassy marshland creating a beautiful atmosphere perfect for a relaxing getaway. Guests staying at the Andell Inn often spend their days at the nearby Kiawah Island Beachwalker Park. Whether you’re interested in lounging on the sand or exploring the coast in search of shark teeth and rare seashells, Beachwalker Park is an excellent place to visit.
As you begin researching your trip to Kiawah, be sure to request access to our complimentary Destination Guide. Filled with excellent recommendations on restaurants, activities, and other attractions, this useful planner has helped so many people organize the perfect island getaway! Learn more about Kiawah Island Beachwalker Park, Freshfields Village, and outdoor excursions.
Exploring Kiawah Island Beachwalker Park
If you’re an active person who isn’t interested in sunbathing on the beach all day, Kiawah Island Beachwalker Park is the perfect place for you! Set up a spot on the sand, then take advantage of the many stand up paddleboarding, kayak, and surfboard rentals nearby. Whether you’re a water sports expert or you’re interested in trying a new activity, the moderate waves and ten miles of shore are ideal for hitting the water.
If you’re visiting Kiawah during the winter when the water may be too cold to get in, you can still enjoy the beauty of Beachwalker Park with a sunset stroll along the beach. Follow the wooden boardwalk over the sand and admire the unique Lowcountry landscape. Shell collectors should keep an eye out for unusual shells or try hunting for shark teeth, which regularly wash up on beaches in the area. Find out more about shark tooth hunting in South Carolina.
With the unique landscape on Kiawah Island comes unique wildlife. Beachwalker Park is a well-known area for nesting Loggerhead sea turtles. If you frequent the beach early enough, you may spot a volunteer for the Turtle Patrol, a group of people who monitor the nests and mark them so that beachgoers know not to harm the space. In addition to these adorable sea creatures, you will certainly spot several types of native birds including herons and marsh sparrows, and it’s likely you may catch a glimpse of a passing dolphin.
After a long day of exploring Kiawah Island Beachwalker Park, you can come back to the comfort of a luxurious room at the Andell Inn. Equipped with a full kitchen, you and your family or friends can cook up dinner in most of our spacious rooms or head to one of the top-notch restaurants in Freshfields Village just a few minutes walk away. If you’re traveling with multiple people, our Queen Rooms can accommodate up to four people with two beds and a spacious work area.
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