Riding bikes is one of my favorite things to do and being able to soak up the scenery on two wheels in Wild Dunes Resort is the ultimate experience. Their bike rental shop located across the street from The Village Inn has bikes for the whole family. The bike friendly sidewalk seemed to stretch for miles and the weather was perfect for our day of activities.
We worked up our appetites for breakfast at Huey’s, the restaurant on the green named for an infamous Goose that lurked the resort. With wrap around windows overlooking the golf course, the view was just as good as the food.
We had heard about their famous blueberry pancakes so we had to order that stat. They really did live up to the legacy and now every pancake I have after that is going to be a tough act to follow. They surprised us with this massive fruit plate that was enough to feed an army. This was one of the best breakfasts I’ve had in Charleston and I’ll have to make a trip back to Wild Dunes just to have those pancakes.
The golf course at Wild Dunes is recognized as the best in the state by Golf Digest with 36 holes spread out on their beautiful property. If your not an avid golfer but want to try your hand at it they offer clinics and private lessons by their seasoned instructors. Jeff Minton is one of the instructors and he gives the best pointers and tips. We loved our lessons with Jeff, especially my boys. Even Sebastian got to hit a few balls with his one good arm.
It’s all about the form and follow through.
The day continued with a tennis match on their clay courts and lounging by the pool. Another perfect day in paradise.
In case you missed out on my other blog post, I’m teaming up with Wild Dunes Resort on a special discount so you can experience all of the fun. Guests who book a minimum of two night stay using the special code CURATE will receive $100 off, valid for all stays through October 31st.
Photography by Clifford Pate