My second day with my family at Wild Dunes was jam packed with fun as we pool hopped and rode bikes, soaking up the last moments of our staycation. I rented a tandem bike so my youngest, Sebastian could ride along without worrying about keeping up with his training wheels. Me and the boys rode until we reached the Links Golf Course and then we broke for a yummy lunch at at Huey’s overlooking the beautiful greens.
Before we headed out for our busy day we had to throw down a big breakfast. You think we would still be full from the night before at Coastal Provisions, but alas we came back for more. The menu covered everything from savory to sweet and in between. I opted for the Flapjacks made with real corn topped with home made granola and bourbon vanilla syrup. My boys gobbled down their all time favorites – Chocolate Pancakes with a side of bacon and eggs. My photographer and foodie sidekick Libby Williams ordered the shrimp and crab omelette which looked like a delectable work of art.
All good things must come to an end, but the memories we made at Wild Dunes will live on forever. Me and my family enjoyed ourselves to the fullest and would totally come back again, even in the off season so we can explore some more. With all of the fun activities and excursions you need a good 4 days to take advantage of it all. This just means we’ll be back for another adventure!
Denim overalls by Love Stitch $54, Sunglasses $15, Sandals by BC Footwear $60, Ice Cream purse $34, and donut clutch all from Dandy Boutique // Stripped shirt by Honey Punch $36 from House of Sage // Sterling silver “paz” necklace $115, “Curtis” skull ring $95, “Luna” turquoise ring $125 all by Ash Hoffman from Maris Dehart
Photography by Libby Williams