Overflow Beach Parking

Overflow Beach Parking If the Beach Club parking lot is full, there is overflow beach parking is located on the Port-O-Call & Barcelona road, WITHIN the white lines. We do anticipate a busy summer season, so please try to limit yourself and guests to 1 vehicle per family. If you do park in the overflow parking, from Memorial Day to Labor Day, there is a Beach Cart Shuttle that can pick  you up and drop you off. The shuttle runs from 9:00am to 5:00pm, weather permitting. Please call us at 843-785-3310 ext. 1000 if  you have any questions!  

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Overflow Beach Parking

Overflow Beach Parking If the Beach Club parking lot is full, there is overflow beach parking is located on the Port-O-Call & Barcelona road, WITHIN the white lines. We do anticipate a busy summer season, so please try to limit yourself and guests to 1 vehicle per family. If you do park in the overflow parking, from Memorial Day to Labor Day, there is a Beach Cart Shuttle that can pick  you up and drop you off. The shuttle runs from 9:00am to 5:00pm, weather permitting. Please call us at 843-785-3310 ext. 1000 if  you have any questions!  

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Beach Club Bike Etiquette

Please remember to walk your bikes around the Shipyard Beach Club area (owners, renters, and guests). As the paths are extremely narrow and there is more traffic as the weather warms, use caution.

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Overflow Beach Parking

Overflow Beach Parking If the Beach Club parking lot is full, there is overflow beach parking is located on the Port-O-Call & Barcelona road, WITHIN the white lines. We do anticipate a busy summer season, so please try to limit yourself and guests to 1 vehicle per family. If you do park in the overflow parking, from Memorial Day to Labor Day, there is a Beach Cart Shuttle that can pick  you up and drop you off. The shuttle runs from 9:00am to 5:00pm, weather permitting. Please call us at 843-785-3310 ext. 1000 if  you have any questions!  

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HHI Short-Term Rental Ordinance

Short-Term Rental Ordinance As a resort area, Hilton Head Island has numerous short-term rental units. The lack of a Short-Term Rental ordinance has led to an imbalance between residential and resort districts and the elimination of some long-term single-family neighborhoods. The Town proposes to craft a Short-Term Rental ordinance to develop a fair, predictable, and balanced approach to manage short-term rental impacts on our neighborhoods, economy, housing stock, public facilities, and the quality of life of our residents and experiences of our visitors. The Town has hired White & Smith, Planning and Law Group out of Charleston, SC to assist …

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Short-Term Rental Order

April 10, 2020 – Due to overwhelming public concern, the Hilton Head Island Town Council today repealed an emergency ordinance it passed earlier this week and adopted Governor Henry McMaster’s previously issued executive order prohibiting short-term rentals during the COVID-19 crisis. The Governor’s executive order 2020-19, signed into effect on Friday, April 3, directed owners of short-term rentals and other lodging accommodations from making or accepting new reservations from people traveling from areas the Centers for Disease Control has identified as places where COVID-19 transmission is widespread, including the states of New York, New Jersey and Connecticut. The Governor’s order defines …

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