Springtime in the south is one of the best times to get outdoors and attend events because the weather is beautiful but the summer heat hasn’t yet crept in. If you’re headed to the coast of South Carolina this year, you’ll want to know more about our favorite spring events on Hilton Head. A small barrier island just 45 minutes north of Savannah, GA, and two hours south of Charleston, SC, Hilton Head Island is gorgeous destination known for golf, beaches, and outdoor water sports.
To learn more about things to do during your visit to Hilton Head, be sure to request your copy of our complimentary Insider’s Guide to HHI. Inside, you’ll find local recommendations on all of the best places to dine, shop, and explore.
Check Out Our Favorite Hilton Head Spring Events
Harbour Town Spring Fest
Harbour Town is a charming area of Hilton Head most recognized for its iconic white and red lighthouse. Located within the Sea Pines Resort, Harbour Town is right on the harbor and the nearby Calibogue Sound providing waterfront dining and shopping for visitors and locals. Each March, Sea Pines Resort pulls together the Harbour Town Spring Fest. Attendees can enjoy a live concert, sidewalk sale, and a classic car show. If you’re bringing the whole family along, there will be plenty of children’s activities taking place as well.
Yacht Hop of Hilton Head
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to spend an afternoon on a gorgeous yacht? Well, this spring event on Hilton Head can make all your dreams come true. In May, purchase a ticket for the Yacht Hop of Hilton Head and hop from yacht to yacht in the Harbour Town Yacht Basin. On each boat, you’ll find delicious hor d’oeuvres while enjoying a live band. This annual fundraiser for Hospice Care of the Lowcountry also features a live and silent auction.
RBC Heritage Golf Tournament
Perhaps the most anticipated spring event on Hilton Head, the RBC Heritage Golf Tournament brings thousands of people to the island each year. This tournament is the only PGA event in South Carolina and takes place in April. The event kicks off with a parade and opening celebration. Over the next week, the tournament continues, ending with a concert before the final round. During the third round concert, attendees are encouraged to wear plaid as is part of the RBC Heritage tradition.
If you’re planning to attend one of these spring events on Hilton Head, you’ll need to make arrangements for a place to stay. Although Hilton Head does offer hotel stays, booking a vacation rental gives you a more authentic sense of the island. Beach Properties of Hilton Head has properties throughout the island in a variety of different neighborhoods. No matter how large or small your group is, we’ve got the right property for you. Each of our rentals has access to a private or community pool and come with an Advantage Discount Card. This card will get you a discount at more than 100 different restaurants and shops.
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