The Beach Club pools are open from dawn to dusk with extended hours of 7 a.m. – 9 p.m. from Memorial Day through Labor Day.
Our pool complex features a smaller pool and a family size pool.
Complimentary towels are available for use at the Beach Club pool complex with your amenity or member card. Towels are distributed on the pool deck during the summer months.
The Lake House is a facility of the Seabrook Island Property Owners Association. It has an indoor and outdoor pool.
Pelican Beach is located on the south end of the island, Pelican Beach is adjacent to Seabrook Island’s beach club facilities. Pelican Beach serves as a backdrop for outdoor events, weddings, sunbathing and spectacular sunsets over the North Edisto River Inlet.
North Beach is one of the widest beaches in the Carolinas, North Beach captures the essence of privacy that residents and visitors treasure. Soft, rolling dunes give way to a vast expanse of sand that gradually dips into the Atlantic Ocean. An ongoing beach management program maintains the beauty and size of the beach, as well as a pristine environment for wildlife, like the loggerhead turtles, which depend on the perfect waterside setting for nesting and ultimate survival.
Crooked Oaks – Seabrook Island Described as “one of his best”, designer Robert Trent Jones, Sr. came to Seabrook to create his “hard par-easy bogey” course. This 6,832 yard course with rolling fairways, weaves through moss covered, stately live oaks and thick forest.
More info . . . Club website
Ocean Winds – Seabrook Island A 6,805 yard, par 72 course that takes you to the Atlantic Ocean. Named for its swirling breezes, Ocean Winds provides an ever changing test for the golfer. It was designed by Willard Byrd.
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Seabrook offers a lot more than court time. Take advantage of lessons and clinics with our tennis pros. Weekly round robins provide friendly partners, and our game-matching service uses the NTRP system to find players of similar ability. Register in the Pro Shop or call ahead, and they will have your matches arranged before you arrive.
The Club’s Tennis pros conduct private, semi-private and group lessons and clinics, while young children can participate in “Munchkins” clinic. Older kids can sign up for private lessons or improve their game among peers in Junior Clinics.
The Equestrian Center
The Equestrian Center features one of the only beach rides on the East Coast. It caters to riders of all skill levels with guided trail rides, pony rides and riding lessons. The Club’s Equestrian Center at Seabrook Island helps define the unique lifestyle enjoyed by island residents.
Beginner Trail Rides Advance reservations are required.
Advanced Trail Rides Advance reservations are required.
Beach Rides Advance reservations are required.
Pony Rides Parent-led pony rides are available by appointment for children up to eight years old.
Private Lessons are available from the professional Equestrian Staff. Advance reservations are required.
The Lake House Fitness Center and Library
The Lake House is a facility of the Seabrook Island Property Owners Association. In addition to an indoor and outdoor pool, it has a library and an exercise room.
Tone up at our fully-equipped Fitness Center which has treadmills, cycle trainers, stair climbers, Cybex modular strength stations, an Olympic bench press and Olympic free weights to work every major muscle group.
It also has televisions and music. It is located at the Lake House.
Open Monday through Saturday 8 a.m. – 8 p.m. Sundays 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Nestled between the gorgeous sea islands of Kiawah and Seabrook, our marina is home to 200 wet slips, 90 dry storage slips, and a quaint market with its wonderful restaurants, shops, and offices.
At Bohicket Marina you can find:
- Boat Rentals
- Sunset Cruises
- River Cruises
Seabrook Island Club
- Bohicket’s Lounge and Sea View Terrace
- Palmetto Room
- Pelican’s Nest
Fischers Sports Bar and Grill (843) 243-0210, Friendly neighborhood tavern and grill, great food and lots of local color.
Red’s Ice House (843) 518-5515, Seafood in a fun, family oriented atmosphere, overlooking Bohicket Creek.
The Ice Cream Boat & Coffee House (843) 737-5351, Breakfast & lunch sandwiches, bagels & muffins, fresh brewed coffee, milkshakes, sundaes, banana splits & floats.
Lucky Luciano’s Pizzeria (843) 768-0210
Lokal Seafood Bar (843) 764-9027
Hege’s(843) 768-0035, Cocktails and delightful French-inspired cuisine prepared with fresh, seasonal, local products.
Java Java (843) 243-0222, Italian-style espresso, gourmet chocolate, and wireless internet access.
Ladles Homemade Soups (843) 243-9881, Ladles is a soup restaurant offering over 400 soups You can dine in or out, and choose from 14 different soups daily.
La Tela Pizzeria (843) 768-1951, Neapolitan style pizzeria.
Vincent’s Drug Store & Soda Fountain (843) 243-0007, An old-fashioned drug store featuring it’s very own lunch counter, prescription drugs, and apothecary.
The Station at Freshfields (843) 768-4567, A gas station, environmentally friendly car wash, and a gourmet deli.
30 Minutes from Seabrook.
JB’s Smokeshack (843) 557-0426, 3406 Maybank Hwy., Johns Island, Barbecue pork, barbecue ribs, barbecue chicken, fix’ens. Wed.-Sat., 11 a.m.-8:30 p.m., Sun., 11 a.m.-4 p.m.
The Hominy Grill (843) 937-0930,
207 Rutledge Avenue, Charleston, SC, Breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Tomato Shed Cafe (843) 559-9999,
842 Main Road, Johns Island, SC 29455, A small cafe, specializing in fresh vegetables and meats prepared “home cooked” style. They offer an entree of chicken, beef, pork, crab cakes, and shrimp with the vegetables of the season. Serving Lunch, Monday-Saturday 11 a.m.- 2:30 p.m.
Fat Hen (843) 559-9090, 3140 Maybank Highway, Johns Island, SC 29455, Fat Hen’s main dishes center around innovative French classics with Lowcountry flourishes, sourced from the finest local produce farmers.
El Merzadito & Taqueria (843) 559-7216 3575, Maybank Highway, Johns Island, SC 29455
Bowens Island Restaurant
(843) 795-2757, 1870 Bowens Island Rd, Charleston SC 29412
New York Times: The List
“It may be down and dirty, but the roast oysters, fried shrimp and Frogmore stew (seafood boil to those non-natives) at Bowens Island Restaurant have delighted generations of Charlestonians — witness the heaped shells alongside this graffiti-scarred shack on the marsh just two miles short of Folly Beach.”
Wild Olive Restaurant (843) 737-4177 2867, Maybank Highway, John’s Island S.C. 29455, Italian cuisine with an emphasis on fresh, local and seasonal ingredients.
Gilligan’s Seafood Restaurant (843) 766-2244, 160 Main Road, Johns Island, SC 29455, A casual seafood restaurant.
AL DI LA Italian (843) 571-2321, 25 Magnolia Rd, Charleston, SC 29407, A northern Italian trattoria.
Angel Oak Restaurant, (843) 556-7525, 3669 Savannah Hwy, An American style full service restaurant that utilizes local ingredients to highlight the cuisine of the community.
The Island House
The Island House is the main Seabrook Island Club facility. It contains a restaurant and bar, the golf pro shop and meeting rooms.