Timbers Kiawah Blog

4 Fascinating Ecosystems: Kiawah Island Plants and Animals

Beach, marshland, river, and wood – the native flora and fauna of Kiawah Island captivate the imagination and inspire awe. Join us on our journey through Kiawah’s natural world.

kiawah island river beach sunset


Traveling to your home at Timbers Kiawah is now as effortless as ownership. Owners and guests now receive access to fly private with Sentient Jet and enjoy a truly unique aviation experience.

Sand dunes on the beach at Kiawah Island

Discover all the reasons to visit Kiawah this Winter

Though Kiawah Island is less than 14 square miles in size, this intimate community boasts five public golf courses and two private courses. These courses have each earned accolades and praise from the golf industry, and the Ocean Course itself is one of only four golf courses ever to have hosted each type of PGA event. Plus, the Ocean Course will host the PGA Championships in 2021. If you’re a golfer you’ll find heaven on Kiawah Island. Here’s our take on the Lowcountry’s golf mecca:

With over 30 miles of trail and 10 miles of bikeable beach, Kiawah Island is a cyclist's dream. Whether you want to lazily meander to an ice cream shop or get the day's workout in while soaking in the sites, our guide to two-wheeling Kiawah will get you where you want to go.

Freshfields Village is a fun, family-friendly option for dining on Kiawah. A five minute bike ride from Timbers Kiawah, it's a lively destination with a great variety of restaurants, coffee shops, a grocery store and shopping. Here are our six favorite restaurants.

Kiawah is known for its pristine beaches, trails and marshes, but did you know that it also has deep roots in Equestrian culture?