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  • Writer's pictureMandy-Gentry

FIVE STARS + TWO THUMBS UP! Hilton Head National

We're back again at one of our favorite campgrounds! This might very well be our favorite campground after three years of traveling. We visited last Spring, again this past Thanksgiving, and now again for Spring 2023.

We've written several posts about this campground before, so I'll keep this short; however, we can't emphasize enough how much we love it here.

Check our our video from Spring 2023 HERE.

Here are some highlights from our most recent stay:

We've dabbled in pickle ball in the past, but we all took time to learn the game and had a blast playing nearly every day. (You can rent pickle ball gear for free in the clubhouse.) The boys even entered the weekly pickle ball tournament and won themselves two HHN polo shirts!

We were LUCKY ENOUGH to be at Hilton Head for St. Patrick's Day, and we got to enjoy the super fun activities. There was a leprechaun treasure hunt for the kids, a coloring contest, dog + family photo op, rock painting, live music, palmetto popsicles, and happy hour.

The kids had a great time on the scavenger hunts and kids craft activities throughout the week. The fun included making peanut butter pinecone bird feeders, balloon tennis, tie dye, bike decorating, and more!

Another big reason why we love this campground is the proximity to golf. Hilton Head National Golf Course is literally right next door/adjacent. We could ride our bikes or walk right over to the course with our clubs to putt, hit at the range, or play. We specifically stopped here so we could get a jump start on the golf season. The kids' summer tournaments will be here before we know it!

Old Bluffton, a charming little historic town, is just a few minutes away. We stopped by the cutest local donut shop one morning and enjoyed our tasty treats overlooking the intracoastal water from a beautiful park. We found the cutest wood swings hanging from the mighty oaks. We explored the grounds of a Civil War era church, one of only eight structures in the whole town that survived Sherman's March to the Sea.

We also love to drive into Hilton Head Island to visit the beach! Coligny Beach is only about 15 minutes from the campground, and it is beautiful.

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