Lowcountry charm. Convenience. Southern hospitality. Those are the hallmarks and traditions of Skull Creek Marina, located amid the sprawling oaks and Southern breezes in Hilton Head, South Carolina.
Skull Creek is a modern marina with the amenities boaters have come to expect with a little something extra: a genuine Southern welcome. There are modern concrete floating docks accommodating vessels up to 200 feet in length along with 24-hour privacy and security, competitively priced gasoline and diesel at the fuel dock and more. Skull Creek Marina is very conveniently located just off the Intracoastal Waterway with deepwater access to Port Royal Sound and nearby Atlantic Ocean.
In Hilton Head Island, there are plenty of additional amenities including golf, restaurants, beaches and shopping but many of our visitors prefer to remain close to the marina, spending their time enjoying the relaxing Lowcountry lifestyle for which the region is understandably famous.
And there's the friendly, professional staff, offering world-class hospitality and assistance at every step of the way in what we call a "customer-centric" approach, in a marina environment that's quiet, serene and peaceful. Visit as a guest, leave as a friend. That's the Skull Creek Marina advantage.
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The amenities of the beautifully landscaped and maintained Country Club of Hilton Head are worth a detour. The two-story apricot stucco clubhouse, a contemporary riff on a French chateau, is luxuriously appointed in comfortable 19th C. rice plantation style. Three dining options: a patio snack bar off the first tee, second floor Grille Room Pub and elegant main dining room (call to inquire about dress codes & hours). Recreation includes: An 18-hole Reese Jones golf course, well-provisioned pro shop, driving range, Olympic-size outdoor pool overlooking the course, indoor pool, expansive fitness center with weight room, and six soft tennis courts. 0.7 mile from the docks is highly rated Old Fort Pub, which is also next to the 1863 Fort Mitchell's earthen embankments.