Hilton Head Island, South Carolina, with more than 12 miles of pristine stretches of sand along the Atlantic Ocean, warm waters, and days drenched in sunshine, is consistently renowned as one of the top family beach vacation spots in the United States, making it an exceptional location to keep the Feast of Tabernacles again in 2021. The average temperatures in late September will be 82º during the day and 67º during the night.
The eastern seaboard's second largest barrier island, Hilton Head, is located twenty miles north of Savannah, Georgia, and ninety-five miles south of Charleston, South Carolina, an area that is often called the “low-country” by the locals. This quaint, boot-shaped island was explored in 1663 by Captain William Hilton, who named the island “Hilton Head” after himself after he identified the headland adjoining the entrance to Port Royal Sound. Many vacation planners describe Hilton Head Island as one of the most family-friendly destinations in the world! In addition, the wider beachfronts, minimal wind and wave energy, and smaller sand grains which are easy to compact make this island the ideal setting to build the perfect sandcastle.
Hilton Head is about 42 square miles, has over 50 miles of public pathways and nature trails, 30 world-class golf courses, and more than 350 tennis courts. There are also more than 60 miles of family friendly bicycle trails that connect to the beach and elsewhere. Brethren can bring their own bike or rent one of the 15,000+ bikes available on the island. An aerial adventure on the ropes course or on the zip-line is another great activity. Water activities also abound, including kayak excursions, fishing and dolphin cruises, sailing, surfing, waterskiing, and much more. Although the Island is home to many world-class golf courses and resorts, much of the landscape remains as it was when sighted from William Hilton’s ship more than 350 years ago. Hilton Head Island’s natural beauty, spectacular seascapes, and South Carolina historical sites now welcome a new generation of explorers.
Area attractions provide a surplus of things to do and places to see, extending the Festival experience well beyond the 12 miles of world-famous beach. There are more than 250 restaurants that range from fast-food to gourmet. Hilton Head is rich in Southern American history, with many historical and cultural tours, children's and art museums, wildlife sanctuaries, numerous parks, quaint shops, and some of the most beautiful beaches on the eastern seaboard.
Please contact the Festival Coordinator, Mr. Ron Poole, for more information on this site.
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