Explore Vacasa vacation rentals in the Wild Dunes community on Isle of Palms, a gated community of private homes and villa rentals. Guests looking for a Vacasa vacation rental in the Wild Dunes community can choose from home rentals with private pools, golf villas overlooking the Links Course, oceanfront villas with pool access, and so much more. Which community amenities you’ll be able to access will depend on which vacation rental you choose, so be sure to check the description for your vacation rental before you book.
You may not find many Isle of Palms pet-friendly rentals in the Wild Dunes community. But, you still have options to bring your dog along. Pet boarding in Mount Pleasant lets you bring your dog to the beach, even if there are no pet-friendly Vacasa rentals available in the Wild Dunes community.
The main gate for the Wild Dunes community is located 14 miles from historic Charleston, South Carolina, and about 7 miles from bustling Mount Pleasant Town Centre. Encompassing the northern end of Isle of Palms, the Wild Dunes community sits between the Atlantic Ocean and the Intercoastal Waterway, which means plenty of opportunities to get out and play on the water.
Near your Vacasa rental at the Wild Dunes community, amenities that may be available include two championship golf courses: the Wild Dunes Links Course and Wild Dunes Harbour Golf Course. The Tennis Center offers 17 tennis courts, five of which are lighted for night play. Bike rentals are available by the Tennis Center, and a kids’ playground is also nearby.
The area where Palmetto Drive meets Grand Pavilion Boulevard is the main hub of the Wild Dunes community. Here, you’ll find beach access, along with beach chair and umbrella rentals. Bike rentals are available as well, and a host of restaurants and eateries stand ready to welcome you after you’ve worked up an appetite biking, strolling, and playing around the resort.
Catch up on local lore while you grab a bite to eat, thanks to the interesting restaurants near your Vacasa vacation rental at the Wild Dunes community. For example, Woody’s Eatery is named for a retired WWII pilot who moved to the area in the 1950s and set about turning the Isle of Palms airstrip into a full-fledged airport. Huey’s Southern Eats recalls a flyer of a different sort—a goose, actually. Huey the goose lived at a nearby gas station, where he boldly demonstrated his affection for the lady patrons. And then there’s the Salty Goat Bar, named after the reclusive “Goat Man” who lived in self-exile on Goat Island with only his wife and a herd of goats back in the 1930s, surviving solely on what grew on the island. For a more modern take on locally sourced ingredients, enjoy an elegant evening at Coastal Provisions, where the chef creates dishes based on fresh seafood, meat, and seasonal vegetables from local suppliers around Charleston and Isle of Palms.