On our way back to Charleston from a weekend trip to Savannah, Georgia, my partner Isabel and I decided to visit Hunting Island State Park just outside of Beaufort, South Carolina. Neither of us had been before so we figured why not?
Hunting Island is a 5,000 acre barrier island and is one of the few remaining undeveloped sea islands in the Lowcountry. One of the most notable landmarks is a lighthouse constructed in the 1800's.
Isabel and I cruised through the park, walked along the beach, and also trekked up over 130 feet worth of steps to get a panoramic view of the island from the top of the lighthouse.
Below are a few photographs from our adventure.