The preserve is well cared for and a nice place to bike and hike. We took the chance to park our bikes and walk for a while, which was a nice reprieve.
We had a great time visiting the preserve! Easy to drive in and drive through to various areas to park and then walk. Great hiking trails. TONS of awesome nature photo opportunities including alligators, birds, turtles and more! We were traveling with young children and elderly parents and we didn't have any issues at all. Great areas to picnic as... More
Another terrific night at Fish Island in the Forest Preserve. Big bonfires and terrific food, beautiful sunset. What a National Treasure this place is
Really beautiful and peaceful way to spend the day. We saw a few cool birds, turtles, lizards, two alligators and lots and lots of squirrels. :-) Make sure to check out all the different areas. The Indian shell ring is particularly interesting. The benches and pulpit next to Lake Joe was breathtaking.
Quiet and peaceful trials to walk and/or drive. Many interesting birds but we never did see an alligator
Great place to get away and enjoy nature. Hundreds of acres of fresh water lakes with lots of wildlife. We especially like the "alligator tour" where you go on a 10 person electric boat and get to see the gators, eagles, ospreys, and all kinds of other wildlife. A great experience. The park is free but there is a fee... More
We've been in Sea Pines many times, but we'd never been in the forest preserve. It's free as long as you are in Sea Pines. There won't be any bikes since they aren't allowed on most trails. It's a nice peaceful nature walk if you want a break from the beach.
We were charged $5 to enter this area of the island while exploring Hilton Head. Mostly it's just a residential area and a golf course. There was only one beach access (near the Beach Club) and it was very crowded, full of ants, and there was little sand (only about 20 feet between the sea oats and the water). The... More
We managed to see an alligator on the shore of Lake Joe. We also hiked out to the Indian Shell Ring which was interesting. If you want to get away from the shops and the dining and explore the natural wonders of Hilton Head, then visit Sea Pines Forest Preserve.
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