Saturday Farmers Market–
Every Saturday morning til Noon at the Port Royal Naval Park come enjoy the best locally grown produce, locally harvested shrimp and oysters, as well as local culinary creations that you can stack up to anywhere in the world. The Lowcountry is known not only for its fresh seafood but incredible small farm agriculture. And we’re also known for people that know what to do with it. Cooking and food preparation around here is a passion and tradition that combines culture, character, and cuisine with people that love to share it. A regular weekly trip to the Port Royal Market makes Whole Foods look like a gas station vending machine. Don’t miss it.
The Spanish Moss Trail, Boardwalk and walking trails—
Port Royal is not only blessed with unmatched beauty but several ways to enjoy it. The Spanish Moss Trail (SMT) is a “rails-to-trails” bike, jogging and walking path that currently runs over 12 miles through incredible Lowcountry scenery. The SMT currently stops at the head of the development tract and very soon will extend through the development and conclude at our waterfront park. Yet, there is so much of the SMT you can enjoy today. Stop by Pluff Mudd Coffee and Bike Rental and check it out.
The Port Royal Cypress Wetlands is another stunning park and path running through the village… Perfect for bird watching and exposure to a very special pristine natural setting. The Boardwalk at Sands Beach offers an entirely different experience. Built along the Port Royal Sound and Stretching from Sands Beach to the Port Village, this boardwalk features a four-story observation tower. A perfect launching spot for a seaside walk, and fishing. Pick up some fresh bait or cold beverages at the Last Chance Bait & Tackle at the corner of 8th & London.