In South Carolina, on Kiawah Island's rugged eastern tip, as far from the mainland as it's possible to run, bike, or drive, the golf community at Ocean Park rewards its residents with large golf home homesites, spectacular native vegetation, and grand trees flanked by a mile-long interior ribbon park, and incredible layered views of the marsh, river, and ocean. Located a little further south than Johns Island, Kiawah Island is a convenient drive from Charlotte, SC.
Golfers who have braved the challenge of Pete Dye's famed Ocean Course, site of the 2012 and 2021 PGA Championships, have experienced Ocean Park; the breezes and gusts of the Atlantic Ocean, the savanna of marshland like something out of Africa, and in the distance, the 250-acre Little Bear Island preservation area, which is one of the largest barrier island conservation areas in the Southeast.
The very best of Kiawah's colorful land and seascapes come together at Ocean Park. Created along a lush, mile-long stretch of interior parklands, grand golf estates and exceptional homesites take their place among nature's rich pageantry. Ocean Park frames some of the most coveted vistas found along the Atlantic coast as well as some of the most enviable golf residences.
Although the relaxed and healthy lifestyle at Kiawah, as well as the plethora of excellent golfing opportunities on hand, may make residents feel as if they are on a perpetual vacation, the island and neighboring areas provide excellent schools, leading-edge medical facilities, and a variety of places of worship. For residents, the magnificent Marsh House is a neighborhood gathering place to relax with friends and family.
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Strikingly designed in harmony with nature, Marsh House offers a wealth of covered and outdoor spots for eating, drinking, and relaxing: beside a fireplace, atop a raised deck, by a bar overlooking the wide marsh and famed Ocean Course tree line. The gathering place, which features an infinity pool, cocktail bar, and grill, will serve both Kiawah Island Club Members and Ocean Park property owners. Salty sea breezes cool the meadows of the nearby ribbon park for midday picnics or impromptu lawn games.
For residents at Ocean Park, there is a range of resort-style amenities available to members at the Kiawah Island Club. Golf, sport, recreational activities along with a range of dining options can be found also be found at the Kiawah Island Golf Resort.