Wild Dunes Resort, on Isle of Palms has countless activities to to keep you busy by the sea — even if you’re not into golf.
But if you are …
Golf: Designed by Tom Fazio, the course boasts thirty-six holes of signature golf. The resort also offers golf schools to help you improve your game, so you can show off alongside the pros that frequent the course.
Not into golf? OK. There are plenty of other activities to keep you out and about enjoying nature. From hitting the beach to fishing, tennis, and sailing, fun and adventure certainly await. Ride a bike around the resort, or relax at the luxurious Sea & Sand Salon. Treat yourself to a Gingerbread Pedicure, Warm Seashell Massage, or Lowcountry Essentials with a massage, body scrub, and pedicure. Yoga, fitness training, sports training, golf and tennis instruction, or a nutrition consultation may be right up your alley.
The perfect way to unwind after a day full of activities is to enjoy dinner out or even have food delivered to you. Whether you’re craving fresh seafood, classic Lowcountry soul cuisine, burgers, hotdogs, and pizza, you can find it all and more within the resort’s restaurants.
Don’t forget: Wild Dunes is on the Isle of Palms, which is a popular destination, particularly for families. By day, find a spot on the beach and people watch, or head to the ice cream shop for chocolate-covered ice cream cones. By night, there’s plenty to do after the kids are fast asleep. For example, the Windjammer will satisfy your live music craving as the popular open-air, beachfront venue has hosted acts like Hootie and the Blowfish and Southern Culture on the Skids, plus an abundance local acts like the Royal Tinfoil, Dunder Chiefs, Dead 27s, and A Fragile Tomorrow.
What do you want to get into at Wild Dunes? Ask our local tour guides about dining options and things to do in the area. They know better than anyone!