2555 Sea Island PKWY, Hunting Island, South Carolina29920, United States
Hunting Island is a 5,000-acre (20 km2) secluded semitropical barrier island located about 15 miles (24 km) east of Beaufort, South Carolina. It is the most-visited state park in South Carolina and is a part of the ACE Basin estuarine reserve area. It is one of the Sea Islands. Among the various natural activities, the park is also known for its 19th century lighthouse which bears its name.
Hunting Island provides accommodation locations for recreational vehicles and tent campers on the northern portion of the island. The majority of the park's cabins have been vacated in recent years due to high beach erosion and have since been condemned. A 2-mile-long (3.2 km) lagoon is adjacent to the cabins and serves as a popular location for fishing.
The Hunting Island Visitors Center is located in the Central portions of the island overlooking a small lagoon. The center provides visitors with general information on the island in addition to space for activities and office space for park staff. The center is also connected with Hunting Island's extensive trail system and is a short distance to several beach access points.