Bluffton, South Carolina is located between Beaufort, SC and Savannah, Ga. Surrounded by three rivers, May River, Colleton River and the Okatie River which are just off the Intracoastal waterway. Once the hub of commerce after the Civil War with history repeating itself making Bluffton the “heart of the Lowcountry”
Nestled among beautiful live oaks trees an teaming with history the town of Bluffton is made up of various artists. The historic downtown area is full of galleries as well as many great shops and restaurants.
Once a sleepy, unknown town, serving as the gateway to Hilton Head Island, Bluffton has made a name for itself branded as a “state of mind” for many of its locals. Bluffton is the definition of life in the lowcountry.
Bluffton, SC, incorporated in 1852, is unique in its past and its present. Walking tours are available through the town’s Historic Welcome Center, the Heyward House where story tellers dressed in antebellum costumes take visitors back in time. Also, through out the year Bluffton hosts many great festivals; Taste of Bluffton, MayFest, Boiled Peanut Festival, Seafood Arts Festival and summer Sunset Parties.