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asked questions

  • How much does it cost to store luggage in Hilton Head Island?

    The price for luggage storage in Hilton Head Island starts from just $5.90/bag for the entire day.

  • Where can I store luggage in Hilton Head Island?

    There are multiple locations all around Hilton Head Island which can be booked through the Bounce platform including near Tybee Island Pier, Coligny Beach Park, Tybee Beach and many other areas.

  • Is it safe to store your bags in Hilton Head Island?

    Yes. Every bag is tagged with a security seal and comes with the $10,000 Bounce Guarantee. Every location is required to uphold tight security precautions. You may be asked to show ID and you will be required to use a credit card to book through Bounce in advance. With hundreds of thousands of bags stored, you can count on Bounce to handle your baggage in Hilton Head Island.

  • Are there storage lockers in Hilton Head Island?

    Yes, there are storage lockers and luggage drop off points in Hilton Head Island. Storing your luggage with Bounce is as easy as using a storage locker, except a real person is there to watch over your things. If you don’t want to worry about lockers being full or remembering the code for your locker, you can drop off your luggage at any of our convenient locations in Hilton Head Island.

  • Where are the best places to stay and eat while in Hilton Head Island?

    The most popular restaurants to visit are Chick-Fil-A, McDonald's, and Skull Creek Boathouse. Additionally, the highest ranked hotels within Hilton Head Island are Hilton Head Beach & Tennis, The Westin Hilton Head Island Resort & Spa, and Coral Sands Resort.

  • Where are the best parks and nature attractions in Hilton Head Island?

    Hilton Head Island offers several scenic parks including Lowcountry Celebration Park, Jarvis Creek Park, and Shelter Cove Community Park.

  • Where can I find tourist information and guideposts in Hilton Head Island?

    You can find local tourist information at Dolphin & Nature Tour, Zipline Hilton Head, and Captain Hook Party Fishing Boat.


Store Your Luggage Around Hilton Head Island With Bounce

Hilton Head Island is a piece of paradise on the South Carolina coast which has been blessed with twelve miles of beach. It's a beach that's not just enjoyed by vacationing humans but also by endangered sea turtles who use it as a nesting ground. Explore Hilton Head Island and you'll discover it has much more to offer recreational-wise than sand and impressive views of the North Atlantic. There are fascinating maritime museums, a photogenic historic lighthouse, golf courses galore, great shops, and some very sophisticated eateries.

Humping your bags around Hilton Head Island is one way of spoiling your time there. Leave them in a Bounce luggage storage facility and you'll have both hands free to swing a golf club, take some amazing photos, or tuck into a plate of seafood. With your bags securely stowed away, you'll be able to concentrate on more important things, like having a good time, rather than be constantly worrying if your precious belongings are safe. That's like having an invisible, as well as physical, weight lifted off your shoulders. You won't have to go out of your way to find a Bounce luggage storage facility on Hilton Head Island either as they're always located in convenient places. 

Luggage Storage In Hilton Head Island

From day one Bounce's mission has been to provide an economical and secure place for people to store their luggage. Bounce and Bounce partners work together to maintain a convenient network of luggage storage facilities, not just on Hilton Head Island, but throughout North America and across the globe. We're rightfully proud of our reputation for being a low-priced, secure, and convenient baggage storage service which is right there, in the right place, for you to leave your bags at no matter what size they are.

Hilton Head Island City Guide

Top Things To Do

If you’re staying on Hilton Head Island for a week, lucky you, you're going to have a great time. If you're only there for a day, that’s a shame, since there are quite a few things you're going to miss out on as you just won't have time to do them. Pick one or two from the great things to do on Hilton Head Island that are detailed below, then head to the beach for a while before having a fantastic seafood dinner. A day on Hilton Head Island couldn't be better than that.


Hilton Head Island may be a landmass that's smaller than some cities, but it's a landmass that's crammed with amazing cultural things to do. There are seven museums on the island covering topics as varied as the flora and fauna of the Lowcountry to farming in the 1800s.

  • Coastal Discovery Museum: The Coastal Discovery Museum is an enormous complex covering over two thousand square feet with indoor exhibits and sixty acres plus of outdoor ones. There you'll find the answer to why there are so many alligators on Hilton Head Island, hike through a saltmarsh, view stunning sculptures, and explore historic buildings. There are also lots of fun interactive activities for kids to help them learn while playing.
  • Heyward House: Heyward House is a historic wooden building that has survived the ravages of time since 1841. The interior of the house as well as the outbuildings has been preserved almost exactly as it would have been during the 19th century. All of the four rooms are fully furnished with period pieces and there are even photographs of the family who lived there.   
  • Harbourtown Lighthouse Museum: The Harbourtown Lighthouse Museum is a fifty-year-old, red and white striped tower which as well as warning shipping of a dangerous area of coastline, has now been converted into a museum. Climb the lighthouse stairs up to the lamp room and on the way, you'll pass a different historical display on each of the ten levels.


You'll have a fun time browsing around the stores on Hilton Head Island as they're a fusion of normal, everyday shops and shops which are aimed at visitors that stock high-quality souvenirs. It's a great mix and one which makes having a retail therapy fix absolute fun.

  • Shelter Cove Town Center: Shelter Cove Town Center is often classed as Hilton Head Island's downtown area. For the best shopping experience, wander down Town Center Drive which is by the seafront and there you'll find big-name stores like Belk, Coastal Bliss, and Player's World of Sport. Intermingled with the big names are plenty of boutiques stocking unique one-off garments, so if you're searching for something special, you may well find it there.
  • Main Street Village: Main Street Village is a unique collection of quaint buildings housing various boutiques and antique stores. Shopping here is a relaxed affair where you can wander at your leisure down the tree-lined streets, stop off for a coffee and cake, and just enjoy the general old-world atmosphere.
  • Neptune's Niche: As you might have guessed from the name, Neptune's Niche is a boutique souvenir and gift store for goods with a maritime theme as well as other items. Right on the harborside, this store carries everything from model-sized yachts, boats in bottles, fish-encrusted pottery photo frames, dolphin and whale ornaments, and mermaids in jars, which is definitely a very unusual gift.


Dining out on Hilton Head Island can only be described as a totally delightful experience you'll want to repeat over and over again. Seafood plays a major role on the menus as can only be expected when you’re in a place surrounded by water, as do American classics.

  • Hudson's Seafood House on the Docks: This restaurant is a little quirky as it's housed in an early 20th-century fish processing factory. That's not as smelly as it sounds, even though the factory is still partly used for its original purpose. Fish and seafood arrive directly to the dock and are then transferred straight into the restaurant kitchen. Getting your fish any fresher would be impossible unless you ate it on the fishing boat.
  • A Lowcountry Backyard Restaurant: If you like a live hoe-down with your dinner, A Lowcountry Backyard Restaurant is where you should dine. They serve seafood and classic American dishes in a garden setting with live music from a guitar and banjo playing duo. If you're hankering after a bowl of shrimp and grits, some oysters, or a bucket of crayfish, you'll get some here.
  • Sage Room: Go upmarket by having dinner at the Sage Room. It'll be a pretty unique experience as you can sit at the chef's table if you pre-book and watch the food being made. All the food at the Sage Room comes under the category of fine dining, even though the dishes are traditional American ones elevated to a new level. If you're someone who's not sure which wine goes with what, you can always ask the restaurant's in-house sommelier.

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