Sullivans Island, just 15 minutes from Charleston, is a typical beach town set amongst relics of the Revolutionary War. It offers a relaxing old-beach feel, with restaurants, pubs and small shops lining the main road. It has miles of public beach, a pleasant village center with restaurants, shops and quaint beach cottages making it a wonderful place to visit and live. About 2,000 people live on the 3.3 square-mile island, which remains a popular destination for beach-goers from Charleston and Mount Pleasant. On the June 28, 1776, the battle of Sullivan’s Island became the first Patriot victory of the Revolutionary War.
What I LOVE about Sullivans Island
Two miles of white sand beaches
A park with tennis courts, a playground, soccer fields and a gazebo.
Restaurants and pubs line two blocks of Middle Street.
Golf courses are nearby in Mt. Pleasant, SC, and the Isle of Palms.
In-season Oyster Roasts hosted by various Sullivan’s Island organizations.
A full-service marina just across the waterway at Marsh Harbor (Toler’s Cove).
Paddle board, Fishing, biking, crabbing and shrimping!
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