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For mouthwatering island flavors, laid-back vibes, and stunning waterside views, be sure to swing by Marker 244, located onsite at the marina. The menu here is seafood-forward, but features the best of both worlds–from fresh fish tacos and buttermilk fried seafood, to jerk chicken, Cuban sandwiches, and burgers. The bar service boasts a line-up chock full of delicious cocktails, cold brews, and fine wines to sip while watching the sunset.
Situated on the Beaufort River halfway between downtown’s Henry C. Chambers Waterfront Park and Beaufort Memorial Hospital, this summer hot spot is ideal for dropping anchor, grabbing a cold drink, and soaking up the sun with family and friends. You’ll see a full range of watercraft at the sandbar, which has long been a beloved local gathering spot for folks of all ages. You may catch sight of a porpoise or two, and if you stay long enough, the sunset views here are unbeatable. It’s always smart to check the tides before departing to make sure conditions at the sandbar are just right for a good time.
This scenic 10-mile greenway follows the former Magnolia Rail line, which winds through Lowcountry marsh wetlands and Spanish moss-draped neighborhoods to connect the City of Beaufort to the Town of Port Royal. The 12-foot wide paved path attracts hundreds of runners, bikers, skaters, and strollers every day and was named one of Outside Magazine’s “Top 10 Urban Walking Trails” in the country.
This ecological jewel is located in the town of Port Royal and is the home of hundreds of wetland species, including birds, fish, amphibians–even alligators. Visitors can stroll the 0.56 miles of trail around the Rookery and take in the beauty of the wetlands with help from the educational markers that describe this fascinating ecosystem and its inhabitants.