Things to Do, See and where to Eat while on vacation on Edisto Beach







When you need to go to the grocery story or want to know what there is to do or see on Edisto Beach then here is your guide:

The Bi-Lo Grocery Store is just across the causeway onto the beach on the right.   There is a liquor store there as well just out front the grocery store and ice machines too.  There is a Red Box rental box to the left of the doors into the Bi-Lo.  We have heard that come early spring Bi-Lo will be replaced by a Food Lion. 

There are a number of places to eat out at the beach too:


The Jungle Shack on Jungle Road where you can take out or dine in on the screened in porch.  Jungle Road is the first road on the right you come to after crossing the causeway to the Town of Edisto Beach.
La Ritta's Pizzeria on Jungle Road in a small strip center on the left just down from the Bi-Lo center.   There are several shops in the strip center as well and an ice cream shop. 
Just past the strip center you will see the Waterfront Restaurant, one of our favorites here, and on the right just past the Waterfront you will see the Sea Cow Eatery on the right. (they are open all day but their breakfast is really really good! 

 
If you stay on 174 and go past the Bi-Lo Center you will see a gas station on your right adjacent to the Bi-Lo and there is a Subway take out station inside.
Across from there is another place that has a large gift shop, ice cream shop and Coots Bar and Restaurant.  You'll see what's left of Edisto's Own Fishing Pier attached to the Lounge with outdoor tables you can be served at.  
If you continue on down Hwy. 174 (aka Palmetto Blvd. now) you will see a lot of homes but little to no commercial areas as that is how Edisto has always been!  No big hotels or high rises here!
Down further on Palmetto Blvd.  you will see a couple of signs that point you to areas of other restaurants and the Marina.   You can turn on to Lybrand Street off of Palmetto Blvd. and that will take you to several places to eat and a Fresh Seafood Shop, Edisto Seafood (843-869-3446).  There is also a restaurant/bar Dock Side next to Edisto Seafood Shop.   To the right of Dockside is another shop where you can buy tackle, refreshments, rent kayaks and more.   The entrance to the Wyndham Resort is across the street from Edisto Seafood.  Inside the resort is a very good restaurant Ella's and Ollie's.   

Like to golf?   Inside the Wyndham Resort is an 18 hole public golf course, The Plantation Golf Course.  For either the restaurant or the Golf Course just stop at the guard shack and tell them where you want to go and they will give you a pass and directions!


If you continue down the road that runs in front of Edisto Seafood etc. you will take sharp turn to the right and then you will Bay Creek Park on your right where the Town hosts quite a few events during the year, concerts, outdoor movies etc.   


The Edisto Marina and Pressley's at the Marina Restaurant is next to the Town Park and has wonderful views from the dining area.  
When back on Palmetto Blvd. if you were to pass Lybrand St. and continue on down Palmetto you will come upon signs for City Hall and a few blocks past that you will see another sign on your right that points you to Whaley's Bar and Grill one of the best seafood dives you can find anywhere.  

You can't get lost on Edisto Beach as Palmetto Blvd. does a loop and connects back into Lybrand St.

 

Offshore or Inshore Fishing with Captain Jimmy with Fontaine Charters- Office at Edisto Seafood Shop

Edisto Essentials for linen rentals, bike rentals, beach umbrellas and chair, kayaks, golf carts and so much more!

The Edisto Serpentarium, snakes, aligators, oh my!

The Edistonian Gift Shop and Gallery and Resort Wear shops on either end of thte Edistonian BP Gas Station, if you are looking for the cut above normal resort style shops this is the place to go! 

Need some Spa time, a massage maybe, nails done? Visit Edisto Creations Salon and Day Spa

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