Things To Do
Things To Do
Litchfield Beach and Pawleys Island is a tranquil, laid back setting with recreation to fit the lifestyle so many have come to love. You can browse the gardens at Brookgreen, sightseeing trips at Huntington State Park, stroll the historic streets of Georgetown, or take a cruise on the bay or river to see wildlife or do some fishing. Litchfield Real Estate is proud to list just a taste of the adventures that are waiting for you to experience.
Litchfield Real Estate guests have the opportunity to enjoy all HealthPoint has to offer for 50% off a regular day pass! In addition, all spa package are 10% off! Located directly across from the Litchfield Real Estate office on Hwy. 17, HealthPoint Center for Health and Fitness isn't your ordinary health club or fitness gym. A premiere fitness center of over 40,000 square feet, guests will find a variety of options - from nutrition classes to swimming pools to exercise apparatus to massage and day spa facilities to personal trainers, you will find it all here in one place! Click here to go to the slideshow for HealthPoint! Coupons for this exclusive discount are available at Litchfield Real Estate
Brookgreen is one of the country's leading cultural and educational institutions and a National Historic Landmark. Within its more than 9,200 acres are the Lowcountry History and Wildlife Preserve, the Huntington Sculpture Garden and the Center for American Sculpture. Brookgreen Gardens is the floral jewel of South Carolina?s coastal community. The land that comprises Brookgreen Gardens is a diverse mix of forested swamps, salt marsh, sandy ridges and fresh tidal swamps. The sculpture collection currently contains over 900 works spanning the entire period of American sculpture -- from the early 1800s to the present.The thousands of acres in Brookgreen's Lowcountry History and Wildlife Preserve are rich with evidence of the native plants and animals of the South Carolina Lowcountry as well as the great rice plantations of the 1800's. Visit their website at: www.Brookgreen.org
Black River Outdoor Center & Exeditions
Canoe and kayak rentals, sales, naturalist guided tours of blackwater cypress-tupelo swamps, saltwater marshes, plantation creeks and canals, and Historic Georgetown Harbor. Click here to visit their website.
Litchfield Real Estate guests enjoy the opportunity to take in all the views and sounds of inexpensive, self-paced kayaking experiences in the salm marsh creeks and inlets of the Pawleys Island/Litchfield Beach areas. Click here to go to the webpage - also visit the VIP Specials webpage to take advantage of a special deal for Litchfield Real Estate guests!
Many famous visitors (FDR, Winston Churchill and Jack London) have spent time. Now it is operated as a wildlife refuge. Several excursions are offered which allow visitors to view the estate and its varied wildlife. You would expect to see wild boar, deer and many species of birds. The tour includes a walk through Mr. Baruch's 13500 square foot mansion. Click here to visit the website.
Huntington Beach State Park
Huntington Beach offers the best preserved beach on the Grand Strand. The diverse natural environment of the South Carolina coast can be observed at the fresh water lagoon, salt marsh, nature trail, and along the beach. The park is one of the finest bird watching sites on the east coast. Huntington Beach is also the site of the historic castle "Atalaya". Atalaya is listed as a National Historic Landmark. A prestigious juried arts and crafts festival attracts thousands of visitors to the park each September. Click here to visit the website.
Golf in Pawleys Island
Well manicured, vast fairways, and rolling terrain mark the beautiful golf courses located in the Pawleys Island area. Courses include True Blue and Caledonia Golf and Fish club. Both have been (ranked "Top 100 America's Greatest Public Courses" by Golf Digest 2005-2006. Plus, there is the Tradition Golf Club, awarded "South Carolina's Golf Course of the year 2000".
The Kaminski House was built about 1769, and contains an outstanding collection of American and English antiques from the 18th and 19th centuries. Click here to view the website.