Tag Archives: kiawah river

The Kiawah River is always a special place with an abundance of life, but the fall season is something magical – Kiawah Island Dolphins. The temperatures are starting to cool off and our summer crowds are starting to fade. The … 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

Starting this Saturday, May 25 and every Monday throughout the Summer, enjoyu Mingo Point’s BBQ and Oyster Roast.  Whether you’re a returning guest or a first-time visitor, you’ll love the Resort’s most popular and longest-running event. Enjoy freshly roasted oysters … Read More

The Golf Channel’s “Destination Golf” visited Kiawah Island Golf Resort and host Lauren Thompson takes a kayak trip on the Kiawah River.  Make sure you come out for a kayak or boat tour on your next trip to Kiawah Island!

One of the best parts of being a naturalist is that moment when we first spot a dolphin swimming towards our tour in the Kiawah River. Whether it is during a kayaking or motorboat excursion, our Atlantic Bottlenose Dolphins steal … Read More

Jellyfish often take a back seat to sharks within the trepidatious imagination of beach goers along the coast. Yet these creatures are some of the oldest, most fascinating and incredibly complicated creatures that occur on the shores of South Carolina. … Read More

Mingo Point Oyster Roast

  Although there are many things to do while at Kiawah Island Golf Resort, a lowcountry tradition that everyone should experience during their visit is the Mingo Point Oyster Roast. It is a casual place to gather with your friends … Read More

  Among all the various creatures on Kiawah, one that draws substantial attention is that of the Atlantic Bottlenose Dolphin, Tursiops truncates. Both migratory and inland populations can be seen with an estimated 25 or so that show a specific … Read More

  Diamondback Terrapins are my favorite turtle, with the dreamy eyes of a baby harp seal and the unassuming face of a manatee; the docile temperament of a dolphin and the beauty of a seashell. For extra credit include perseverance … Read More