Author Archives: Kiawah Island Recreation

Coyotes are grayish-brown often with reddish tinges.  Weighing 20-40 pounds, they resemble a medium-sized dog. They are omnivorous and will eat a variety of food items, including deer, rabbits, rodents, insects, berries, and acorns. Although it is considered rare to … Read More

If you have not heard of the Charleston Harbour House , a charitable organization to benefit veterans, then you have not yet begun to realize the value of their mission- to provide a safe harbor to ease our military & … Read More

The athletes of the inaugural Kiawah Island Golf Resort Triathlon will be sporting a logo you may not be familiar with…but race organizers hope to change that. The logo is that of Charleston Habour House.   Their mission is to build … Read More

Tuesday started off as a busy morning on Kiawah’s front beach. Amongst the hundreds of people walking the beach Tuesday morning, we also had 8 “guests” that weren’t walking per se; rather they vigorously flapped their pectoral fins and scooted down … Read More

Every 4th of July, the Kiawah Island Golf Resort throws a great festival in Night Heron Park. There’s live music, great Lowcountry cuisine, activities for the kids to enjoy and a few planned events that are a tradition, year in … Read More

By, Grace Cleworth, KIGR Recreation Administrative Assistant It is the question that looms over my head each year at the middle of June. What Father’s Day gift can I possibly get for a dad that’s given me way more in … Read More

  First manatee of the 2013 season has been has spotted in Charleston waters. When one thinks of manatees, an image of sea grass beds in Florida appears in the mind. However, the range of these Florida sea cows extends … Read More

These words, immortalized in Latin, are engraved upon Carl Linnaeus’ grave stone.  Linnaeus saw the complexity of the world, and succeeded in devising a system to name every living thing on Earth.  He sought to see the trees from the … Read More

With a mouth like that, one would think leatherbacks are taking down massive fish and giant squid. Would you be surprised to know that Leatherback Sea Turtles, one of the world’s largest reptiles, feed almost exclusively on jellyfish? Hundreds of … Read More

If you like Italian food that’s fresh and chef inspired, Tomasso at the Turtle Point Golf Course is the place to go.   Tomasso has recently planted a beautiful produce garden including 6-7 different varieties of tomatoes, eggplant, and several varieties … Read More