Hilton Head Island Motorcoach Resort – 133 Arrow Road – Hilton Head Island, South Carolina
I made the reservation a few weeks ago and got the last spot on which we would fit – site 185 in the Forest Section. Check in went ok and a guy escorted us to our site. He helped get us in and trimmed a few palms for us.
We’re in the trees so no satellite, but they have cable. WiFi not so good it cuts in and out. It’s pretty here with lots of landscaping and fairly large sites. Some sites face a lake. There are 401 sites in 6 phases. It’s pricy at $70/night for the least expensive section. This week, is spring break and the RBC Hilton Head golf tourney is going on. Things I didn’t think about when I made the reservation. We went to a presentation at the clubhouse on ownership in the park. We learned that they have 401 deeded sites in 6 different phases. The resort is still recovering from hurricane Matthew that came through last October. They lost hundreds of trees and it damaged some RV’s. The resort is close to Coligny circle and beach and within walking distance to several restraunts. It’s a bit of a hike, but we walked to the beach one day.
The resort has a nice pool, hot tub, exercise room and tennis courts. Everything is well maintained and beautiful.
We were able to play a round of golf while we were here off island at Crescent Point. That course was in terrible condition from the hurricane yet, but they didn’t bother to tell us. They gladly took our money, though. You know you’re having a bad round when you stop at the turn to buy a dozen balls in the club house, ha. We also visited Hilton Head distillery – a new operation making vodka and rums. Because of the golf tournament we weren’t able to go into Sea Pines or Harbor Town. We debated going to the tourney one day, but it was pricey and we didn’t have advanced tickets and we wanted to avoid the crowds.
RViewToday – the beautiful Hilton Head Island Motorcoach Resort
This place definitely a splurge, but a beautiful Resort.