It's never a dog's life when you choose to go for a vacation at any of the Hilton Head pet friendly rentals. South Carolina's quaint coastal town charms locals and visitors alike with an array outdoor recreation whether you come alone, with your family or with your four-legged friends. The island town's unique setup of gated communities makes walking and cycling the favorite modes of moving around. The warm weather invites you to a host of other activities you can enjoy outdoors and the only difficulty you may have is choosing what to do first. Here is a short list of your options while staying in a Hilton Head rental.
Jet skis, wave runners, kayaks and boats are all available for rent. If it suits your fancy, you can also try parasailing and water skiing.
Early mornings or late evenings can also be spent in quiet fishing trips. Groups can easily arrange for chartered trips within Hilton Head's lakes and lagoons. If you prefer offshore fishing, you can do so within three miles from the shore. There are regulations that must be followed whether you go inshore or offshore, but other than that, you have the option of going freshwater, saltwater or even deep-water fishing. Just hike down to your nearest marina so you can be guided on the suitable trip for you.
Golf and Tennis
With a number of courses open to the public, Hilton Head is an avid golfer's haven. Even if you are still learning to love the sport or would just want to improve your game, several golf clinics and classes are scheduled, so be sure to sign up as soon as you arrive. On the other hand, if you prefer to strengthen your forehand, tennis lessons can also be arranged. Several courts abound in Hilton Head and you can have your choice of clay, grass, hard, indoor or outdoor. There are also lighted courts where you can play to your heart's content into the night.
Photographers will appreciate the boat trips down Hilton Head's marshes and waterways because of the town's preservation of its natural wealth. The Broad Creek and Calibogue Sound can be playgrounds for dolphins, so trips down there can be exciting, especially for children. Farther south is the neighboring Daufuskie Island where you can experience more of the southern hospitality. These boat tours also offer firework displays on some days, so take note of the schedules so you can include them in your agenda.
Traditions are ingrained in Hilton Head, so you can appreciate this by taking a heritage tour and discovering how its history shaped this town. The Harbor Town Lighthouse is also another destination worth visiting if you want to look at Hilton Head from another perspective.
Bringing your pets with you to experience all the outdoor recreation at Hilton Head need not be an issue. Visit VacationHomes.com and find Hilton Head rentals in the list of regions, and specify all the amenities you want included in your stay. You can even narrow down your choices to those condo rentals that are "Pets OK", to make sure that your furry friend can come along. Finding Hilton Head pet friendly rentals is your first step to the outdoor-filled holiday by the sea.