Sometimes referred to as Americas favorite island Hilton Head Island is blessed with 12 miles of gorgeous beaches and everything you could want for a relaxing getaway. Relax on some of the country’s top beaches while basking in the sun, sand, and waves. The gorgeous beaches of Hilton Head Island are waiting to be discovered!
Planning a vacation with your pet can be difficult to find hotels and spaces to stay. I managed to find only 5 Hilton Head pet friendly oceanfront hotels. If they are not available I also included 7 Hilton Head pet friendly hotels and spaces as a fall back plan. These are not oceanfront properties though.
- Omni Hilton Head Oceanfront Resort
- The Westin Hilton Head Island Resort & Spa
- Sonesta Resort Hilton Head Island
- Dune Lane 101 by Red Awning
- Best Western Ocean Breeze Inn
Hilton Head Pet Friendly Hotels Not Oceanfront
- Home2 Suites By Hilton Hilton Head
- Red Roof Inn
- Holiday Inn Express Hilton Head Island, an IHG Hotel
- Palmera Inn and Suites
- HHI Homes LLC
- Exceptional Vacation Home
- Carolina Oaks
Activities to do with your dog in Hilton Head
Audubon Newhall Preserve is a waling trail with nice scenery and a pond in the middle. It might not be so large but could be walked in about an hour. Catch a view of some gators and birds before going back to the beach.
Alder Lane Beach Access Beachgoers can take a short walk to the beach by using the Adler Lane Beach Access, which is located off South Forest Beach Drive.
Michelville Freedom Park 10 Fish Haul Creek, marks the start of Beach City Road, is the site of the historic Mitchelville Freedom Park. Exhibits from the past, interpretive signage, paths, access to the beach, a picnic pavilion, and a viewing platform.
The Veteran’s Memorial Park The Veteran’s Memorial, which is connected to Shelter Cove Community Park by a pathway that runs along Broad Creek, honors veterans of American military service.
A walking trail, public art, a landmark flagpole, and seating areas are all part of the Veteran’s Memorial Park.
Burkes Beach Access Beachgoers can take a short meander to the beach by using the Burkes Beach Access, which is located mid-island off of William Hilton Parkway.
Parking is available in the Chaplin Community Park lot nearby.
Chaplin Community Park The largest and most diverse park on Hilton Head Island.
The park, located between Burkes Beach Road and Singleton Beach Road, includes a public tennis complex with six courts, basketball courts, multi-purpose fields, extensive trails, beach access and parking, a playground, picnic pavilions, multiple restroom facilities, and the Town’s only dog park.
Coligny Beach Park The most popular oceanfront park on Hilton Head Island is the winner Coligny Beach Park.The park, which is located at the end of Pope Avenue off Coligny Circle, connects directly to miles of pristine beach for everyone to experience.
Crossings Park is a 74-acre park on the Island’s south end, accessible via Arrow Road and Helmsman Way.
The mostly densely forested park includes a three-field youth baseball complex, a modest playground, interpretive trails, a grass meadow, and a picnic shelter.
Across from the grass meadow are day and night soccer fields with bleachers.