Magazines in Hilton Head, SC

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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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The Lowcountry Oyster Trail Comes to the Hilton Head Area

By Allison Hersh Hilton Head Island’s iconic mollusks take center stage as part of this new culinary heritage experience. “May River oysters are close to perfection!” – Pat Conroy, author of “Price of Tides”, “Beach Music” and “The Water Is Wide” The new Lowcountry Oyster Trail is an experiential tourism, economic development and environmental conservation initiative celebrating… Read More…

Coyotes in the Lowcountry

Coyotes have been a part of Native American folklore for centuries. Some thought of them as tricksters, while others saw them as wise and powerful beings. They are cunning and intelligent animals whose physical ability is only strengthened by their endurance. With all of these qualities in one animal, it is no wonder that they… Read More…

Trout Extravaganza

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…

Golf Goals for 2018

  As the New Year gets underway, now is the perfect time to set your golf goals for 2018. Fortunately, Hilton Head Island is one of the best places on earth to develop your skills on the green. Here are a few golf goals to set for yourself in the year ahead: 1. Learn what makes… Read More…

Bare Trees: Learn how and why some trees lose their leaves in the winter.

“Nature now, like an athlete, begins to strip herself in earnest for her contest with her great antagonist, Winter. In the bare trees and twigs, what a display of muscle.”                         — Henry David Thoreau Have you ever wondered why trees lose all of… Read More…