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The parking lot was full, and we couldn't park to go up in the lighthouse. There is a fee to go to the top of the lighthouse. I couldn't believe how busy it was for a cold, Spring day. It had rained right before we...More
This area of Sea Pines can be addressed in less than 10 minutes. Couple of places to eat and few clothes stores. Nice view though. I wouldn't got to Sea Pines just to visit Harbour Town. There is a lot more to do in Sea...More
We visited Harbour Town with our kids and from the lighthouse to the pier to the shops and food spots this was a great way to spend a few hours. Also walked over to the golf course and clubhouse. It was a really nice day...More
Visited on a Sunday afternoon. Fun history of the area. Lots of nice pictures and fact boards. The whole area around it has lots of shops, restaurants, and boat tour opportunities. Fun area to visit for an afternoon.
The lighthouse is the centerpiece for this area. Located in SeaPines Plantation. $8 admission. In addition to the lighthouse you will find a small pier, shopping, food, walking paths & playground. I have seen dolphins most mornings when I walk down by the pier!
This hexagon lighthouse was privately built by Charles Fraser in 1969-70. The red and white stripes have become an iconic symbol of not only Sea Pines development but also Hilton Head. You may have seen it during the famous Heritage Golf match. The 18th hole...More
Visited this lighthouse in Harbourtown and was pleasantly surprised. It was over 100 steps to the top where there was a beautiful view of the harbour and the18th green of the golf course where the Heritage tournament is played each year. The surprise was that...More
I would give yourself about an hour give or take a little, depending on how long you want to spend reading the information along the way and taking photos and enjoying the view on the top of the Lighthouse.