Ways to Beat the Heat on Seabrook
After the months of July and August, you may be looking for ways to beat the heat on Seabrook. While the beach is always a fun excursion, sometimes the Lowcountry gets too hot to even enjoy a day in the waves! Luckily, Seabrook Island has plenty of activities to do indoors for when the outside temps become unbearable.
While Freshfields Village is set up to allow you to walk or bike from store to store, there is always something happening at the Village that will allow you to enjoy the air conditioning indoors.
Live Music on Wednesdays and Sundays: Join your Seabrook Island, Kiawah Island, and Charleston neighbors at the FortyEight Wine Bar and Kitchen for live music from Chris Dodson and Austin Hahn. Music starts at 5:30 and continues until 8 pm.
Jazz Night Thursdays: Head over to the Andell Inn around 6 pm every Thursday for weekly jazz sessions. The lineup changes weekly, with most groups being locals.
Spirit Tasting on Saturdays: Every Saturday, stop by Kiawah Spirits for a complimentary tasting of select liquors. 21+ and must have a valid ID.
Seabrook Island Dining
Bohicket’s Lounge and Sea View Terrace: If you want to enjoy the beautiful views around Seabrook without enduring the heat, Bohicket’s Lounge is the place to be. Satisfy your rumbling stomach with our upscale Southern cuisine, while looking out at Seabrook’s two state-of-the-art golf courses and the Atlantic Ocean.
SIPOA Lake House
Athletics: When running outside gets to be too much, visit the SIPOA Lake House fitness and wellness facility. We have treadmills, weight training, bikes, an indoor temperature-regulated lap pool, and much more for every major muscle group.
Special Interest Groups: Athletics aren’t the only things happening at the Lake House. Seabrook Island has dozens of special interest groups, and many of them meet at the Lake House.
The next time the summer heat becomes overwhelming, try out one of these ways to beat the heat on Seabrook!
Seabrook Island is Charleston's Truly Private Oceanfront Community. Membership in the Seabrook Island Club is required for ownership. Amenity use is for Members and their Guests Only. The Lakehouse is for use by Property Owners and their Guests as well.