Within the gated, private resort community of Seabrook Island, the Seabrook Island Club offers vacationing guests and club members an experience like no other in the Lowcountry.
Golf isn't the only star at the Seabrook Island Club. Enjoy succulent dining options, world-class resort tennis, equestrian activities, and the exclusive Seabrook Island Beach Club.
With captivating views of the Atlantic ocean, the Beach Club is the most sought after location on the island.
Come soak up the sun, indulge in a delicious meal, or simply relax and let the fresh ocean breezes carry you to a state of pure bliss.
Here’s what to expect when you visit.
In order to have access to the Seabrook Island Club guests need what is known as an amenity card. Guests of Seabrook Exclusives enjoy free amenity access to the Club amenities when staying at a Club property. Only Bohicket Marina Villa owners are not required to join the Club at the time of purchase.
Be sure to request our complimentary Vacation Guide for a complete list of attractions at the Seabrook Island Club and elsewhere on Seabrook Island.
It’s full of information about the best things to see and do during your stay at the beach.
The Seabrook Island Club: Overview
What is the Seabrook Island Club?
The Seabrook Island Club unveiled its new oceanfront, Beach Club in May 2020.
Sparkling new saltwater pools, expanded lounge area, and a newly designed Pelicans Nest open-air circular bar and dining area.
When you start to work up an appetite, the new poolside grille is perfect for light fare and drinks while you soak up the sun.
For a heartier meal, the Pelican's Nest features a seafood-inspired menu, stunning ocean views, and live music occasionally. It’s the most popular place on Seabrook Island to witness magical sunsets. You are also likely to spot a dolphin or two! Click here for the Pelicans Nest hours of operation.
For a quick grab and go sandwich or salad, or a morning coffee and danish, the new Osprey Cafe is so convenient. See Osprey Cafe hours here.
What are the Seabrook Island Beach Club Hours?
The club pools are open seasonally. For more information about hours of operation, you may call 843-768-1244 or see our Beach Club Hours of Operation page.
What Amenities are at the Seabrook Island Club?
In addition to the Beach Club, Seabrook Island Club boasts two championship golf courses, a tournament-grade tennis club, an equestrian center, excellent restaurants, and more. Members and guests of Seabrook Exclusives can enjoy access to the following:
1. Seabrook Island Dining
There are a variety of indoor and outdoor dining venues to choose from at the Seabrook Island Club. Bohicket’s Lounge provides a friendly, casual environment after a day on the links with expansive views of the golf complex. If you prefer a more intimate experience, the Sea View Terrace offers al fresco dining and breathtaking ocean views.
We also recommend the Palmetto Room at the Seabrook Island Clubhouse. This formal restaurant offers delicious, upscale Southern cuisine for lunch, dinner, and summer Sunday Brunch. Call 843-768-2571 for reservations and hours of operation. If you would like more information about dining options, please visit our Seabrook Island and Area Dining Guide.
2. Horseback Riding
Did you know that the Seabrook Island Equestrian Center is one of the only places on the East Coast where you can enjoy horseback riding on the beach? The center offers three miles of trails, guided pony rides, and Western and English instruction for riders of all ages and skill levels.
The Seabrook Island Club is a "Top 25 U.S. Tennis Resort" according to Tennis Magazine. It provides a superior private experience for players with 15 Har Tru clay courts, private and group lessons, and a full-service pro shop. The Racquet Club also hosts the Alan Fleming Championship Tournament each fall, a South Carolina Level 1 State Championship event.
4. Seabrook Island Golf
With 36 holes of lush greens and fairways, Seabrook Island is the ultimate golf destination. Designed by Willard Byrd, the Ocean Winds Golf Course features spectacular views and a rewarding play every time.
The Crooked Oaks Golf Course, designed by Robert Trent Jones Sr., takes players on a journey through the marsh and maritime forests. Before you go, be sure to stop by the club’s full-service pro shop for club rentals, merchandise, or private and group lessons.
5. Fitness Center
Nestled along Palmetto Lake, The Seabrook Island Lake House includes a state-of-the-art fitness center that offers yoga, pilates, water aerobics classes, an indoor lap pool, an outdoor pool, a basketball court, and a playground. Camp Seabrook also offers supervised half-day adventures and activities for children during the summertime.