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2020 Additional Activities Details

Special SESPRS Only-Group Activities 

Deadline to Reserve Spot is May 20, 2020



Dolphin Encounter - Strand Feeding: Dolphins can be seen frequently in the surf, inlet, rivers, and creeks surrounding Kiawah Island. When dolphins feed, they herd a school of fish or shrimp up onto a sandbar or mudflat.  Then the dolphins launch their bodies out of the water to feed.  It is a unique behavior that is fascinating to watch, one that only occurs in the Lowcountry and a few, select other areas in the world.


Kiawah River Skeet Shooting: Enjoy a day on the water and dial in your best shot with Kiawah Island’s only skeet shooting opportunity!Guests will test their marksmanship skills while taking aim and shooting clay pigeons from our 24’ bayboats. Think you have what it takes to hit a moving target from a floating launch platform? Join us for this exciting tour and see if you can overcome the added elements. The legal maximum for our skeet vessels is 6 people; however, no more than 4 people are recommended per boat. Each participant shoots between 25-35 rounds.

Island Sampler: A combination biking and kayaking tour great for active individuals who want to see and do it all. We start on bicycles and ride through theisland’smaritime forest and wetlands environments. Wildlife sightings include reptiles, songbirds, deer and a host of other native flora and fauna. Landing at Mingo Pt, we’ll trade our bikesfor kayaks and paddle the creeks and marshes of the Kiawah River. The river is home to many marine inhabitants including shore and wading birds, bald eagles, dolphins, sea turtles, and many other salt marsh inhabitants.Upon landing back at the dock, we’ll hop back onto the bikes and ride on the beach back to the Hotel. Along the way, we learn about Barrier Island beaches and their importance to the health of the island and its ecosystem.


Trophy Lakes is a community forged by passion for water-sports, community, and a shared healthy competitive nature. We believe experiencing water-sports and the outdoors in a unique and vibrant setting will foster positive lasting relationships between friends, family, TL staff, and guests alike. Come join us for a fun, relaxing day at the lake and we can guarantee you’ll leave with a smile. If this is an activity you would like to experience please call and reserve your spot early as space in the summer books up fast!  

Go to to book your spot!



Day in Charleston:  Special shopping, touring and art gallery hoping Excursion with Native Charlestonian - Jane Codner, is in the works! Details Coming SOON!
Tuesday, June 8, 2020 - Time TBD


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