5 Reasons to Visit Kiawah this Winter

January 1, 2019

A Beach to Yourself (and the Dog)

Winter is a great time to stroll Kiawah’s ten-mile beach and not see a soul in sight except perhaps your dolphin and bird friends. Plus, Fido can splash and play in the water, as dogs are allowed on the beach off leash during the winter months.


The Best Tee and Tennis Times

Book hard-to-get tee times and tennis lessons during Kiawah’s “off-season” of November through February. Temperatures are mild and pleasant, and you’ll enjoy the lowest rates all year.

Golfing on Kiawah

Wildlife Watching

Kiawah’s quiet winters are a perfect time to spot wildlife including its 18 species of mammals, 30+ species of reptiles and more than 300 species of birds.

Kiawah wildlife watching

Events, Events, Events

Kiawah and Charleston alike host a variety of world-class events during the winter including the Southeast Wildlife Exposition, Lowcountry Oyster Festival, and Grapes & Gourmet, just to name a few.

Kiawah Activities - Oyster Festival

Timbers Kiawah Beach Club

The Beach Club hosts a variety of seasonal, members-only events including Oyster Roasts, Lowcountry Boils and Friday Afternoon Cooking Club.

Timbers Kiawah Beach Club

Contact us today to plan your first visit and experience luxury, Lowcountry living as only Timbers Resorts can deliver.