Seabrook Island lays claim to one of the longest and most dynamic expanses of beach shoreline in the coastal Carolinas, and year after year, we continue to naturally add to our beach. There are nearly four miles of pristine and peaceful sandy locales to explore. Seabrook Island recently received the 2016 Best Restored Beach Award by the American Shore and Beach Preservation Association for its exceptional beach restoration initiatives. Read more about ASBPA Award.
Pelican Beach, also known as Sunset Beach for obvious reasons if you have ever been there on a spectacular late summer evening. Pelican Beach is the perfect choice for young children to swim in the soft waves and slow current of the Edisto River as it meets the Atlantic Ocean.
North Beach is for those who prefer the early morning sunrise. This beach is the first place that light touches Seabrook Island at dawn. Located on the Eastern shore, it claims one of the widest fronts on the Carolina Coast.
It begins with an overture of rolling dunes, which are held in place by Sea Oats and Wax Myrtles. The sheer size of North Beach makes it a very dynamic part of the island and the perfect place to join the community for our annual July Fourth fireworks display. Wildlife is abundant here and the soft sand is the perfect place to wait and watch for dolphins to meander by at feeding time.
The Sands at the Beach Club is where all the action is! While residents and guests enjoy the oceanfront pools and a full service bar and restaurant, people flock here for the sand and the view. Here you can see both the sunrise and the sunset and never leave your beach chair. But don’t forget the sunscreen!