Turtle Patrol: Hatching Season
We love our turtle friends, but we ADORE our friends that volunteer for the Kiawah Island Turtle Patrol. Read more about their work!
6 Ways Kiawah Fishing Hooks You
From start to finish, when fishing on Kiawah Island you can’t go wrong.
Turtle Patrol: Nesting Season
With the help of the Turtle Patrol, Loggerhead nesting and hatching activity occurs May through October on Kiawah Island.
Walk on the Wild Side
Kiawah island is a nature-lover’s paradise—home to 18 different species of mammals, 30-plus species of reptiles and over 300 different types of birds.
What We Love About Timbers Kiawah
To celebrate the month of love, Timbers Kiawah asked its team what they love most about the oceanfront property.
Roasts & Resolutions
To celebrate the close of 2019 and welcome 2020, Timbers Kiawah - Ocean Club & Residences hosted its second annual Oyster Roast & BBQ.
Chef Teddy’s Peppermint Bark
This holiday season, Chef Teddy’s peppermint bark will welcome Owners home to Timbers Kiawah during Christmas week. Savor a taste of the winter treat from your home with his easy-peasy recipe: It promises to please the sweet tooth and baking-averse alike.
A Year of Lowcountry Living
Long a passion project of the South Carolina-native David Burden, Timbers Resorts founder and executive chairman, Timbers Kiawah - Ocean Club & Residences officially opened its doors just over a year ago to welcome its much-anticipated Owners and families.
The Art of the Holidays
On the heels of the popular Straight to Art at Sea weekly pop-up art exhibitions over the summer, Timbers Kiawah - Ocean Club & Residences hosts a holiday edition of the concept to allow Owners the opportunity to browse local art in anticipation of holiday gifting.
All About Oysters
With the start of South Carolina oyster season, we've outlined all the ways the crustacean inspires and enlivens beach living at Timbers Kiawah.
Enjoy Chef Teddy's pimento cheese recipe from home to savor a taste of the Lowcountry.
Enjoy Chef Teddy's recipe from home to savor a taste of the Lowcountry.
Cruisin’ for a Cause
Nesting season came early this year and now all attention on Kiawah Island is on the beach (and all the beach-facing lights are off after 9pm!).
A Taste of Kiawah
A native New Yorker who trained under a James Beard chef, dominated the Washington DC food scene and has even thrown down with Bobby Flay and competed on season 5 of The Next Food Network Star, Chef Teddy Folkman arrived at Timbers Kiawah with an impressive resume.
A Taste of the Lowcountry
Life is different in the Lowcountry, and we want our Owners to live, breath and, of course, eat everything that makes life on Kiawah Island so special.
5 Reasons to Visit Kiawah this Winter
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.
Best Restaurants in Freshfields Village
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.
Best Biking Trails on Kiawah Island
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.
Fox 24 Charleston Food Fridays
Our very own Chef Teddy Folkman shares his recipe for a Lowcountry Shrimp Burger with peach and avocado salsa. Watch it now!
Luxury Experiences to Thank the Mothers in Your Life
Inspiration on how to give the mothers in your life a socially responsible thank you during Covid-19.
Chef Teddy Folkman Reinvents Himself At Timbers Kiawah
To watch Chef Teddy Folkman in the kitchen is to watch an artist.
Food Fridays: Fox 24 Charleston
Timbers Kiawah's Chef Teddy shares his Lowcountry take on a traditional recipe with Fox 24 Charleston viewers. Watch his featured segment on beeramisu.