Thanksgiving is full of good company and good food with loved ones. We wish we could keep the memories and not the calories that come along with this beloved holiday. If you’re looking for an enjoyable way to burn off some turkey day pounds, Hilton Head offers an excess of places to do just that… in the form of biking. Don’t know where to go? We’ve got you covered!
Hilton Head Parks with Bike Trails
Fish Haul Creek Park offers beach access and features 16 acres of land to roam about and explore. This park offers a shaded trail through maritime forests, marsh, and wetlands.
Jarvis Creek Park features outdoor training equipment, open grassy fields, fishing docks, and picnic pavilions. Take a smooth, paved ride through the 1.1-mile loop through wooded areas and marshes and along the lake.
Coligny Beach Park features a wide-open boardwalk to stroll and sightsee. This park is a favorite among travelers and locals, so be aware that it can get crowded during the busy season. There are even on-site bike racks if you get weary of toting your bike around.
Bike Trails with a View
Sea Pines Bike Trails
The Sea Pines has almost 15 miles of trails and offers many interesting points. Make sure to stop and see the 4,000-year-old Sea Pines Shell Ring, listed on the National Register of Historic Places. There are also walking trails if you’re not feeling up to pedaling a bike.
Featuring views of wooded paths, Skull Creek, Pinckney Island National Wildlife Refuge, Greens Shell Community Park also offers park staples like picnic pavilions, a basketball court, and a playground. Savor the great outdoors while you pedal away.
Bike over to Bakersfield Observation Deck to savor the scenery of the Port Royal Sound. Let your bike rest while you take in the astonishing view of the marshes, the water, and maybe a sunrise.
Cruise down to the Old House Creek Dock, where you can relish wildlife watching. This spot is perfect for fishing and crabbing. Park your bike and catch some dinner later, after your travels.
Shelter Cove Community Park boasts a gorgeous bike ride with impressive water views when you’re not enjoying one of the many year-round festivals or events. After trekking on two wheels, take a little break at the Shelter Cove Towne Centre for some shopping and dining.
Biking is a great way to get in your exercise, whether it’s just you or the whole crew along for the ride. Don’t have a bike? Then you’ll be pleased to know that Riding Tigers can help! We offer delivery and pickup services to your vacation rental! So give us a call and get moving around this beautiful island. Life’s a climb, but the view is phenomenal!