Only minutes from Charleston, SC, Seabrook Island’s 2,200 acres stands as a reminder of the pleasures of a slower pace of life. Generations of residents and guests have enjoyed the best of life among the most peaceful of settings in this private island paradise.
Seabrook Island is a one-of-a-kind private destination with miles of beaches, a nationally recognized member-only Club overlooking the Atlantic Ocean with multiple dining options, two championship Audubon-certified golf courses, a tournament-level racquet club, full-service equestrian center, and fitness/aquatics complex. All of this is set in a lush semi-tropical maritime paradise. Despite its tranquil secluded ambiance, Seabrook Island lies just outside one of the world’s most cherished cities, Charleston, SC.
With nearly four miles of pristine beaches, Seabrook Island lays claim to one of the most dynamic stretches of beach shoreline on the East Coast.
The Seabrook Island community is dedicated to protecting and preserving the island’s natural resources for generations to come. An Audubon International Certified Sustainable Community, Seabrook Island is home to a variety of coastal wildlife.
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Dining & Shopping
A variety of dining and shopping options can be found both on-island, as well as just outside the gate at nearby Bohicket Marina and Freshfields Village, and in the surrounding Charleston areas.
With the charm of historic downtown Charleston just minutes away, Seabrook enjoys all the amenities of nearby Bohicket Marina and Freshfields Village, as well as Kiawah and Johns Island.
“I love this place and what a joy it is to have found it! First visit was 1983 and had a beautiful club right over the beach. Built a beautiful replacement! Seabrook is understated elegance.”
“Seabrook is my second home. We have been going for 13 years can’t say enough good things about it. Beautiful.”
“We've been coming for years to vacation! Love it here!“
Deborah Bellegue Halbeisen
“Have been vacationing at Seabrook for over 30 years. It's gated, quiet, uncrowded beaches along with access to tennis, great golf and equestrian facilities. Couldn't ask for a better vacation location with only a 25 minute or so drive into Charleston.“
“What can I say? Seabrook Island is an oasis of fun and relaxation. There's so much to do on this island. Golf, two private beaches, numerous pools, amazing fresh and salt water fishing, biking, kayaking and much more. Very peaceful and not crowded! Great local places to eat and shop.“
First discovered by settlers in 1666, Seabrook boasts a colorful and varied history.
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Social Groups & Clubs
Seabrookers self-organize and sustain dozens of groups and clubs on the Island, including organizations such as Turtle Patrol, Birders, Green Space Conservancy, Natural History Group, as well as photography, art and book clubs, and many more.