General Interest Blog Posts

Cobia Season

April 12th, 2018

Great news for local anglers, as federal waters have reopened for the cobia season this year! By Capt. Miles Altman, Bayrunner Fishing Charters Cobia catch limits for individuals and per boat have been lowered, but they are still more than ample for a big fish like these battlers. The size has been raised from 33 inches… Read More…

RBC Heritage

April 3rd, 2018

RBC Heritage Celebrates 50 Years of Excellence on Hilton Head Island By Allison Hersh It’s no secret that Hilton Head Island will celebrate a monumental milestone this month. When the RBC Heritage tees off on April 9, this iconic golf tournament will officially celebrate its 50th anniversary. In 1969, Sea Pines founder and developer Charles… Read More…

Spring Pickleball Fun!

March 29th, 2018

  This season, don’t miss the new pickleball programming at Palmetto Dunes. There is little doubt that Hilton Head had a tough winter, but spring is upon us and with it comes new pickleball programming. At Palmetto Dunes, our round robin play is the hallmark of our programming. In 2018, we will augment our daily… Read More…

Spring Fishing

March 11th, 2018

Enjoy an excellent season catching sheepshead and other plentiful fish in local waters. Article by Miles Altman, Bayrunner Fishing Charters I love March. The cold, gloomy winter weather has passed, and signs of the promise of new life are showing across the Lowcountry. Unfortunately, the crazy deep freeze we had this winter ended the best trout… Read More…

An Art Lover’s Day Trip to Savannah’s City Market

February 24th, 2018

Interested in taking a day trip to Savannah, GA? Are you an art lover? Than it’s well worth the 45 minute drive to the Hostess City of the South. And, the City Market region of Savannah is the perfect place to enjoy a bustling art scene. Historic City Market is the “Art & Soul of… Read More…

The Hilton Head Island Gullah Celebration

January 30th, 2018

Taking place throughout the entire month of February, The Hilton Head Island Gullah Celebration showcases the rich cultural heritage of the Gullah people and their history on Hilton Head Island. GullahCelebration.com offers a synopsis of this event in the description below. Hilton Head Island Gullah Celebration programming includes a variety of events designed to attract local… Read More…

Trout Extravaganza

January 20th, 2018

While fishing on Hilton Head Island this past December, it was an awesome trout season, which promises a great January—perhaps the best in years. In early spring, we had tons of small trout, and apparently they have been eating well. Most of the fish are running a couple of pounds and up, with some really… Read More…

Up Close with Louise Miller Cohen and the Gullah Heritage

January 15th, 2018

Established in 2003, the roots of The Gullah Museum of Hilton Head Island extend back through the generations who farmed the fertile soil of the Lowcountry—all the way to West Africa. The direct descendants of African-Americans once enslaved on Southern cotton and rice plantations, the Gullah people lived in relative isolation for hundreds of years on… Read More…

Pickleball Is On The RISE!

December 26th, 2017

Visitors to Hilton Head Island enjoy trying their hand at this fun sport. During the first week of November, the Palmetto Dunes Pickleball Center hosted the only pickleball program offered by the Road Scholar program. The Road Scholar program is an internationally recognized and acclaimed not-for-profit organization (formerly known as Elderhostel) whose mission is to… Read More…

Reeling in the Perfect Present

December 20th, 2017

Long ago figured out that the best gift I’ve ever received is the time and effort of those who introduced me to fishing. The first, to the best of my recollection, was a tiny Japanese lady by the name of Jeannie. Being a Navy brat, I grew up on military bases and Jeannie had married… Read More…