2020 Beyond the Beach - Page 12



Palmetto Dunes
Palmetto Dunes was recently named as the Number One Family Resort in the U.S. by Travel & Leisure
Family Magazine. Located mid-island and offering convenient access to tranquil beaches, three championship golf courses, world-renowned tennis, and an 11-mile lagoon system to kayak or canoe and observe
the many species of birds and fish in the peaceful waters, it’s easy to see why. Miles of scenic leisure paths
weave throughout the resort, perfect for walking, jogging, and biking. Palmetto Dunes also features Shelter
Cove Marina on Broad Creek where you can dine, shop and enjoy live entertainment while overlooking the
tranquil waters. During the summer, experience the summertime HarbourFest featuring live entertainment,
arts and crafts, and kids activities. A spectacular fireworks display illuminates the sky over the marina each
Tuesday night (seasonally).
For your convenience, “The Dunes Buggy” operates during peak seasons and makes regular stops at The
Dunes House, Mall at Shelter Cove, Shelter Cove Harbour, Palmetto Dunes Tennis Center and the Plaza at
Shelter Cove.
Highlights & Features
A private, gated community
3 miles of spacious beach along
the Atlantic Ocean
11-mile lagoon system for canoeing,
kayaking & fishing
Miles of leisure trails for biking,
jogging and walking
Shopping and dining
The world-renowned
Palmetto Dunes Tennis Center and
Pickleball Courts
Championship golf on three separate
courses: Robert Trent Jones,
George Fazio & Arthur Hills
Shelter Cove Harbour and Marina
with seasonal fireworks displays
Free transportation shuttle –
“The Dunes Buggy” Operates seasonally
The Dunes House – casual dining
and activities on the beach
Variety of family events and activities
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PROTECTING WILDLIFE BY:
Crossing the dunes only at designated beach
access points.
Leaving all live creatures (sand dollars, starfish,
etc.) on the beach.
Not feeding the alligators – if fed they become
dependent, aggressive and most must be killed.
Not picking any plants growing on the dunes.
Not using lights on or adjacent to the beach during
the evening June–September so baby loggerhead
turtles can find their way to the ocean; please do
not carry or otherwise help them to the ocean.


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