Area Guide | Attractions

Kiawah River Field Guide: Sea Island Stops and Sights

Eager to find out a little more about the area that surrounds Kiawah River? We have a few suggestions for those days when you want to get out and explore the sea islands. Here are some of our favorite spots to visit on Seabrook, Kiawah and Johns Islands.  

Mullet Hall Equestrian Center, trail riding and equestrian events on 738 acres adjacent to Kiawah River. 2662 Mullet Hall Road, Johns Island. (.5 miles from Kiawah River) 

Freshfields Village, more than 10 cafes and restaurants and 30 shops including clothing boutiques, an outdoors outfitter, wineshop, spa, and grocery. 165 Village Green Drive, Johns Island. (2 miles from Kiawah River) 

Rosebank Farms, locally-grown fruits, vegetables and flowers. 4362 Betsy Kerrison Parkway. (3 miles from Kiawah River) 

Bohicket Marina & Market, boat slips and boat rentals, fishing charters, shopping and waterfront restaurants. 1880 Andell Bluff Boulevard, Johns Island. (5 miles from Kiawah River) 

Kiawah Beachwalker Park, public swimming beach just outside the gates of Kiawah Resort with seasonal lifeguards, snack bar and umbrella and chair rentals. 1 Beachwalker Drive, Kiawah Island. (6 miles from Kiawah River)  

Sea Island Farmers Market, open-air Saturday market featuring local farmers, artisans and food trucks. 2024 Academy Road, Johns Island. (7 miles from Kiawah River) 

Blackbird Market, fresh and prepared local seafood, meats and vegetables. 1808 Bohicket Road. (8 miles from Kiawah River) 

Kiawah Island Golf Resort, 90 holes at five courses and a PGA Championship host. Kiawah Island. (8 miles from Kiawah River) 

Angel Oak Park, massive live oak tree over 400-500 years old, with sprawling limbs and a picnic area on Johns Island. 3688 Angel Oak Rd, Johns Island. (8 miles from Kiawah River) 

Stono Market & Tomato Shed Café, authentic farmers market on Main Road with a full line of fruits and veggies year-round. Also famous for its country/garden gift shop and lunch café. 842 Main Road, Johns Island.  (12 miles from Kiawah River)