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The sun is out, the kids are out of school, and the water is warm. It’s time to jump into some of the best things to do on Hilton Head in June! Maybe you’d like to make a splash while enjoying the sunshine. Perhaps you’d prefer some suggestions on where to go to cool off for a bit. Read on for some local insight. Then, check out our 7-day itinerary for even more tips on how to spend your summer vacation! 

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Discover the Best 6 Things to Do on Hilton Head in June 

1. Spend Time on the Beach

What’s the number one reason to visit Hilton Head? For the beach, of course! Nothing says, “vacation,” quite like walking on the sand, feeling the sun on your shoulders, and watching the waves roll up the shore. Whether you want to jump in the water or read a book on the sand, there’s no better way to spend your day. 

2. Embark on a Day Trip 

The Lowcountry is home to charming small towns, beautiful historic cities, and tranquil island locales. While you’re in town, consider planning a day trip to a nearby destination such as: 

3. Cool off at a Local Museum or Art Gallery

Whether you’re looking for something to do on a rainy day, want to cool off from the sun, or would like to learn about local history, check out a local museum during your stay! The Lowcountry is home to a rich history, art, and culture scene that everyone in the family will enjoy getting to know! 

4. Check out Some Free Activities 

Are you looking to save a little bit of money during your stay? Well, you’re in luck. There are so many wonderful free things to do on Hilton Head! Some of our favorite free attractions include: 

  • Pinckney Island National Wildlife Refuge
  • Coligny Beach
  • Fort Howell
  • Audubon Newell Preserve
  • & more! 

You can find more details about free things to do on Hilton Head by reading our blog. 

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5. Go for a Hike 

When you think of the local landscapes of the Lowcountry, you probably think of the beach. There’s so much more to it than that! Discover marshes, maritime forests, bogs, and more when you hike some of the best walking trails on Hilton Head

  • Sea Pines Forest Preserve
  • Jarvis Creek Park 
  • Burke’s Beach
  • Mitchelville Beach Park 
  • Greens Shell Park 
  • & more! 

You can find more details about walking trails on Hilton Head by reading our blog. 

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6. Tour the Region by Boat 

Get out on the water and feel the wind in your hair when you tour Hilton Head by boat! There are a wide variety of boat tour options ranging from kayak tours and self-guided options to dolphin and sunset cruises. 

Stay in Your Dream Beach Properties Vacation Home 

You’re bound to discover so many amazing things to do on Hilton Head in June. Now that you’ve started planning your getaway consider staying in one of our vacation rentals. We offer a range of properties that can house multi-generational families, single families, and even families with pets! Whether you want a spacious, oceanfront home or a luxury condo, you’re in luck. Our properties are tastefully decorated and comfortably furnished. They often feature unique amenities such as private pools or community amenity access. Are you ready to find your dream vacation home?

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