Hop on your bike and pedal your way all along Hilton Head Island. Try the Hilton Head Island bike path, the beach, and anywhere your two wheels can take you.
Harbour Town itself is also well worth exploring. Considered the commercial hub of the high-end (and huge) Sea Pines Resort, it's a great place to shop. Shopping highlights include a number of fine boutique stores selling chic clothing, home décor, and furnishings, as well as a great selection of crafts, gifts, jewelry, and art. There are also plenty of great dining options, including casual fare at the Harbour Town Bakery & Café, which serves great baked goods, sandwiches, espresso coffees, and teas, all served al fresco.
Moored in quiet dignity and majesty the Battleship NORTH CAROLINA, across the river from downtown Wilmington, beckons visitors to walk her decks.
Learn about the storied past of Topsail Island at the Missiles and More Museum, housed in the historic Assembly Building in Topsail Beach. Delve into the people, times, and goings on that led up to the present day beach vacation destination that Topsail Island is today. It’s free, but donations are always welcomed.
Magic Mountain Fun Park has everything including miniature golf, a Super-Track Go-Cart Raceway, an indoor arcade, an ice cream shop, and a water park.
Holden Beach Pier sells daily, seasonal and three-day fishing permits and live bait. A grill and snack counter adjoin a beach gift shop. Holden Beach Pier charges spectators a fee of $1 for walking the pier and $9 to fish. Handicapped access is available to the pier.