Property Owner Initiation Fee: 1% (lot) .75% (home)
Joining Fee: $20,000
Property Ownership includes two fees:
The Palmetto Bluff Club: $4,520 (plus taxes)
The Palmetto Bluff Preservation Fund: $4,254
Full Golf: $50,000 / $7,874 Annual Club Dues
Limited Golf Membership: $20,000 / $3,950 Annual Club Dues
Palmetto Bluff Shooting Club: Initiation Fee: $1,000
Shooting Club Dies: $1,800/year
Wilson Landing Boat Club: Admiral: $8,514/year Captain: $6,420
Palmetto Bluff truly has everything you could ever want! They must be the "hottest" community in sales on the east coast! Every day brings a different adventure and a new memory. Join them at their table for dining experiences to satisfy every whim and desire, while honoring the Lowcountry's rich and unique culinary history. Look for ways to refresh and renew your soul at their spa. Get out on the May River early in the morning to enjoy a true Lowcountry sunrise from a kayak or canoe, or reconnect with the land – and yourself – hiking on their expansive trail system.
You might chalk it up to mere curiosity if you wind up in a bunker at the May River Golf Club. But like everything at this beautiful Jack Nicklaus Signature Course, the sand was chosen for a reason, as its grainy sand adheres better to sloped surfaces and holds up to bad weather. Of course, there's much more than sand on this beautiful par-72 course, which weaves almost 7,200 yards along the banks of the May River. Wide, fairways wind past old live oaks and palmetto trees, and golfers of different skill levels experience the pure game, reveling in the sights and sounds of remarkable natural surroundings. A state-of-the-art practice facility, gorgeous clubhouse, and skilled instructors complete the experience.
Palmetto Bluff was comprised of 21 plantations during the antebellum era. One of the plantation owners, Thomas Fenwick Drayton, was also the commander of the Confederate soldiers at Fort Walker on Hilton Head Island during the Battle of Port Royal. When General Drayton went up against his own brother, Captain Percival Drayton, commander of the Federal gunboat, the Confederate forces were defeated.
I think there are plenty of things to like about Palmetto Bluff. People around here say that it is the 2nd coming of Hilton Head Island. Imagine that!!