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Island Events and The Official Guide To Hilton Head Island are available FREE at more than 400 locations in the Hilton Head Island and off Island area. Each guide provides a comprehensive view of what Hilton Head Island has to offer in the way of Shopping, Dining, Activities and Calendar of Events. If you would like to preview the guides before your arrival, you can view them online by clicking on the images above.

NOTE: To receive a copy of Island Events and The Official Guide To Hilton Head Island, please send $5.00 for postage and handling along with your name and address to: Island Events, c/o Island Communications, P.O. Box 5511, Hilton Head Island, SC 29938.

Island Information Centers are located in high-traffic areas throughout the Island and Lowcountry. Island Information Centers are your source for visitors information from many different companies here on Hilton Head Island.

Make the Island Information Centers your first stop when arriving in town or use our online version now to find everything you may need for your trip to Hilton Head Island! You will be so glad you did!

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Scarf styles to try this season

Scarves are the perfect transition from summer to fall fashion. They’re light and airy and can be worn a million different ways – around your neck, your waist and even head. Plus, they’re the perfect accessories to pair with the summer clothes you’re still wearing while shifting into your fall wardrobe, and look adorable doing… Read More…

Shrimp Season Spikes

By Jessie Renew, Outside Hilton Head September in the Lowcountry is a great time to get outside, take advantage of cooler temperatures and eat some great seafood. It’s at this time of year that the popular white shrimping season hits its peak, and everyone has a great opportunity to see, catch and eat these delicious… Read More…

Lowcountry Raccoons

By Jessie Renew, Outside Hilton Head The Lowcountry marshes, maritime forests and beaches are scenic attractions for locals and visitors alike. However, for the plants and animals that call these environments home, every day is a struggle to stay fed, hydrated and out of danger. Few species are as well adapted to this task as the… Read More…

Dressing up for Hilton Head Nights

On Hilton Head the summer days are hot, filled with sunshine, laughter and ocean views. At night, the island comes alive with lounges, bars and a few nightclubs for fun loving adults. Hilton Head nightlife offers a laid back atmosphere with waves of fun, but keeping that laid back style can be hard when you… Read More…

Barred Owls

By Kathleen McMenamin, Master Naturalist, H20 Sports One of the most common owl calls that people know is the “who cooks for you” call, and it’s a call commonly heard year-round on Hilton Head Island. Be sure to listen for it in areas with large live oaks and old wood forests. The barred owl, Strix… Read More…