Hilton Head launch sites
Posted by: old_user on Feb-03-09 1:18 PM (EST) Category: unassigned
I'm going to be in Hilton Head in the spring. I'm wondering if there are any good (free) launch sites on the island, otherwise I won't take the kayaks.
Any hints on good areas to explore would be welcome too.
Thanks in advance.
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Just as you cross Skull Creek, the|
Posted by: string on Feb-03-09 3:02 PM (EST)
old bridge roadbed is still there on the ICW. Take a right at the bottom of the bridge . The road becomes dirt and you can drive most of the way to the water.
Avoid Sea Pines Plantation|
Posted by: TOPHER on Feb-03-09 3:32 PM (EST)
2nd Topher's comments|
Posted by: old_user on Feb-03-09 3:55 PM (EST)
Sea Pines is just impossible to deal with. The entire complex is off limits to boats on your car. It's just the stupidest thing ever.
I believe that would be Broad Creek.|
Posted by: string on Feb-03-09 4:33 PM (EST)
Posted by: old_user on Feb-03-09 5:06 PM (EST)
We're not staying in Sea Pines. We have a motorhome and will be staying at the Outdoor Resorts on Arrow Rd.
I don't know that end of the island.|
Posted by: string on Feb-03-09 7:35 PM (EST)
We were always near the Skull Creek bridge.
there's a public launch|
Posted by: old_user on Feb-03-09 9:23 PM (EST)
site at the creek, with parking. there's a restaurant right nearby. good launch site for the creek.
Posted by: old_user on Feb-04-09 8:30 AM (EST)
"there's a public launch site at the creek, with parking"
Isn't Outdoor Resorts just as you come|
Posted by: string on Feb-04-09 8:50 AM (EST)
on to the island? If so , you are a couple of minutes away from the 2 launch sites I told you about.
Posted by: old_user on Feb-04-09 11:02 AM (EST)
No, that's the Marina one. The one we're staying at is near Sea Pines Circle.