Category Archives: Recreation

We asked long-time Sanctuary concierge, Charlie Pickett, for his list of of the top 10 things not to miss when visiting Kiawah Island Golf Resort.  These are not in any particular order: Watch the sunset from the Ryder Cup Lounge

Spring has arrived, and it’s time to get out your tennis shoes, racket and come join us for a legendary game. From private lessons by Kiawah Island Golf Resort professionals to Har-Tru clay courts and vacation packages—we’re your perfect tennis … Read More

Choosing the perfect summer vacation ideas can be tough. Whether you’re looking for a family vacation, a group vacation, or solo adventure, you want to arrive at a place with an abundance of activities and beautiful amenities. There should be something … Read More

Thanksgiving Sand Sculpting

Every Thanksgiving Day, families and friends gather on the beautiful sandy beach of Kiawah Island Golf Resort to engage in some good old-fashioned competition. Could this event be the annual Turkey Trot on Kiawah Island? It could be, but not … Read More

First of all, what is frit painting? Frit is crushed up pieces of glass. It comes in the same type and same colors of the regular glass we use in Kiawah’s Turtles’ Nest Art Studio. There are three types of … Read More

Marathon spectating is never easy.  Still not sure why your loved ones are running 26.2 miles without being chased by zombies?! Because 26.3 would just be crazy! Your friends and family members have dedicated much time and effort in training … 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

One Pop Tab at a Time!

To some of you this might be just a regular pop tab or a reminder of a delicious cold beverage you’ve just enjoyed on the beach. But to many others, it is a symbol of support and hope for a … Read More

Ten years ago this past May I started working with what would become my Kiawah family in the Kiawah Recreation Department as a Kamp Kiawah counselor. To receive my degree from Iowa State University I was required to complete an … Read More