Seabrook Island beaches beckon, each with a unique charm.

Imagine digging your toes into the warm sand, swimming alongside playful dolphins in the refreshing Atlantic Ocean, or bask in the beauty of the South Carolina coastal waters.

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Whether you crave the vibrant sunsets of Pelican Beach or the serenity of North Beach at sunrise, these pristine stretches of sand promise an unforgettable experience. Lose yourself in the mesmerizing beauty of the Atlantic Ocean. It's the perfect beach haven for the beach life we all adore.

  • Seabrook Island North Beach

North Beach is made for those who rise with the sun. Notwithstanding its name, North Beach lies along the Island’s eastern shore, making it the perfect place to catch the first rays of sun as they peek over the horizon.

Bordered by dunes accented with sea oats and wax myrtles, the North Beach’s grand size makes it a favorite gathering spot for Seabrook Island’s annual Fourth of July fireworks.  The North Beach on Seabrook Island offers the most expansive beach area with plenty of room to spread out.  Dolphins may be present engaging in strand feeding, a learned behavior unique to the coastal waters of South Carolina.  Access to Capn Sams Inlet from this beach is no wonder the North Beach on Seabrook Island is desirable.  View North Beach Village homes for sale.

  • Seabrook Island Pelican Beach

A Seabrook Island sunset is an awe-inspiring event.  In the evening islanders gather at Pelican Beach, setting the stage for the sky's technicolor glory. Where the Atlantic Ocean and the Edisto River meet, Pelican Beach’s gentle waves make it the perfect beach for young swimmers and families. The Pelican Watch beach is a second beach area that allows dogs. It is ideal for a sunset stroll and some dolphin watching. Purchase a Beach Club or Pelican Watch Villa to enjoy this intimate beach anytime.

  • Dog-Friendly Beaches on Seabrook Island

Leash Requirements for Dogs on Seabrook Island Beach

​PLEASE NOTE: ​The town's new "Beach Rules for Pets" effective October 24, 2019.

Seabrook Island’s beaches are dog-friendly! 

​​Restricted Area (Red):

  • The restricted area begins at a line extending from Boardwalk #1 (Community Center Boardwalk) to the Atlantic Ocean and continues in a northeasterly direction to Captain Sams Inlet.
  • Within the restricted area, no pets shall be allowed at any time, whether on or off a leash.​

Limited Restriction Area (Yellow):

  • The limited restriction area begins approximately 300 yards northwest of a line extending from Boardwalk #9 (Pelican Watch Boardwalk) to the Edisto River and continues in a northwesterly direction to Privateer Creek.
  • Within the limited restriction area, pets must be leashed at all times. 
  • ​General Beach Area (Green): In all other areas of the beach, the following seasonal rules shall apply:
  • Peak Season (April 1 – September 30): Pets must be on a leash between 10:00 am and 5:00 pm. At all other times, pets may be off a leash, provided they remain effectively controlled while on the beach; 
  • Off-Peak Season (October 1 – March 31): Pets may be off-leash, provided they are effectively controlled on the beach.
  • Seabrook Island Beach Club

The Seabrook Island Beach Club offers another beach area. This manmade, soft sand beach overlooks the Atlantic Ocean. Next to the beach guests enjoy two saltwater swimming pools, towel service, al fresco dining, a coffee cafe, and a beachwear shop.

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