You’ll discover more than 30 miles of bike trails on Kiawah Island when you visit this slice of paradise in South Carolina. From the Andell Inn, you can follow one of the paths straight to the beach enjoying beautiful views of the surrounding marshland and wildlife along the way. Many people also enjoy walking along these paths as well, but there’s nothing as exciting as hopping on a beach cruiser and feeling the breeze from the salty ocean air as you explore the island.
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Navigating the Kiawah Island Bike Trails
Bike rentals on Kiawah Island are affordable and plentiful. You can choose to rent the bikes for your entire stay or a half- or full-day excursion. If you’re traveling with young children, most of the rental shops offering additional accessories and equipment including helmets, tow carts, child seats, and training wheels. Check out any of these places below and try biking on Kiawah!
- Island Bike and Surf
- Surf Scooter Bikes
- Alligator Bike
- SI Bikes
The bike paths on Kiawah Island are beautiful displays of the area’s natural landscape. Follow boardwalks through maritime forests and paved trails past palmettos, wildlife, and marshes. While riding around the island, you can stop by the Heron Park Nature Center in the Night Heron Park to learn more about the animals that inhabit the island. If you get tired of following the paved bike trails, you can head towards Beachwalker Park and cruise over 10 miles of beautiful white sand.
Other Places to Visit while Biking on Kiawah Island
Though our stunning island may be its own secluded oasis, there are plenty places to see while biking around. After you’ve visited Night Heron Park, you can stop by Mingo Point, an outdoor recreational area right on the marsh. Catch a glimpse of the island from above when you ride over to Marsh Island Park and climb to the top of the lookout town.
Unwind at the Andell Inn
When you stay at our boutique hotel, you’ll experience world-class luxury within a laidback island atmosphere. After a long day of exploring the Kiawah Island bike trails, you can enjoy our splendid amenities, including a saltwater pool with poolside service in the summer, 24-hour concierge service, and a guest laundry facility. Most rooms are also designed with a full kitchen offering a stove top, dishwasher, refrigerator, and oven.
If you’re traveling with the family, you may want to book our Queen Room with two comfortable mattresses and a spacious work area. This room does not include the full kitchen, so it’s perfect for anyone planning to eat out most of the trip. The room does feature a mini-fridge, microwave, and coffeemaker. Views of the water are available upon request.
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