- TripBuzz discovered 68 different types of activities for couples in the Port Royal area, including Beaches (like The Sands), Parks (like Cypress Wetlands), Boat Tours (like Sundial Charters - Private Tours) and Kayaking (like Kayak Hilton Head), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 94 date ideas in or near Port Royal, South Carolina, including 77 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Beaufort, Hilton Head, Hilton Head Island and St. Helena Island.
Featuring three landing ramps for boating enthusiasts, a floating dock and fishing pier, The Sands, is a beach in Port Royal where visitors can enjoy the shorefront. The site also includes an observation tower, picnic areas, and places for the kids to look for crabs.
Discover the secluded, natural beauty of Cypress Wetlands, by taking a walk along the ½ mile walking trails. Featuring a series of boardwalk and paved trails through the wetlands, visitors can enjoy the abundant birds and wildlife that call it home.
One of the most popular tour companies in Beautfort, South Carolina is Jon Sharp's Walking History Tour. Owned and operated by guide Jon Sharp, the company offers pedestrian tours of Beaufort's most historic places. Tours are may be cancelled or rescheduled due to inclement weather.
Led by knowledgeable local tour guides, Beaufort Walking Tours provides visitors the opportunity to explore the historic local town around them. During the tour, guests have the opportunity to view historic houses, scenic views, and centuries-old churches.
Located along the Beaufort River, the Beaufort Yacht & Sailing Club is a club that offers a number of amenities for members to enjoy. Kayaking, sailing, motorboating, and tennis are a few of the popular activities enjoyed by club members.
Comfortably paced and quiet, Vintage Voyages allow guests to journey aboard the Annalee for a more traditional yacht experience. There are daily excursions along with sunset tours, sunrise tours, and even special dinner cruises.
Beautfort's Henry C. Chambers Waterfront Park is one of city's best family-friendly attractions. The park includes a large children's playground, a band shell, gorgeous views of the Beaufort River and many shady spots that are perfect for picnics.
Focusing on the natural beauty and wildlife of the Beaufort River area, Captain Dick's River Tours offers a variety of guided and narrated tours. The experienced captain and first mate offer information and commentary on local history.
John Mark Verdeir House, built in 1804 by a merchant and planter, the house served as army headquarters and a general's office during the Union occupation in the early 1860s. Now a museum, the house features three permanent exhibitions.