Hilton Head Island Trolley
The Breeze Trolley offers FREE transportation to the public from April 1, 2023 until Labor Day.
- Weekday Trolley runs: 1:00PM - 10:00PM (Sunday thru Thursday)
- Weekend Trolley runs: 1:00PM - 11:00PM (Friday and Saturday)
21 stops over 3 routes - reaching each stop approximately every 30 minutes.
Click here for THE BREEZE Trolley Route Schedule Map
South Island Trolley Route
(Shelter Cove Towne Centre to Coligny beach and back - with  stops)
Shelter Cove Towne Centre (in front of Jane Bistro)
Shelter Cove Harbour & Marina (by Neptune Statue)
Village at Wexford at US 278 (southbound)
Hilton Head Island Motorcoach Resort (southbound)
Deallyon at Cordillo Parkway
Lowcountry Celebration Park/The Sandbox Museum
Coligny Beach Park
Courtyard by Marriott Hotel
Waterside Resort at Pope Avenue
Hilton Head Island Motorcoach Resort (northbound)
Village at Wexford at Dunnagans Alley (northbound)
Mid-Island Trolley Route
1. Shelter Cove Towne Centre (in front of Jane Bistro)
13. Hilton Head Resort at US 278
14. Folly Field Road at Lucky Beach & Adventure Cove
15. Hilton Head Island Beach & Tennis Resort
16. Island Club on Folly Field Road
17. Marriott Barony Beach on Folly Field Road
18. Westin Hilton Head Island Resort and Spa
19. Port Royal Golf and Racquet Club
20. Island Links Resort on Coggins Point Road
21. Shelter Cove Lane at US 278
Free WEEKEND Breeze Trolley on Saturday and Sunday - from USCB HHI Campus to Coligny Beach:
USCB HHI Campus Parking (located at: 1 Sandshark Drive)
- 10:00AM to 1:00PM … Shuttles on demand from USCB HHI Campus to Coligny Beach Park and back to USCB Campus
- 1:00PM to 4:00PM ….. Shuttles every 20 minutes from USCB Campus to Coligny Beach Park and back to USCB HHI Campus
The Breeze is owned and operated by Palmetto Breeze and The Lowcountry Regional Transportation Authority.
The names of each of our trolleys pay homage to history of transportation on the Island. One is named "Comet" after the Coastal Discovery Museum's Marsh Tacky horse Comet, to reflect the role these rare breed animals played in transporting islanders in the early days of Hilton Head. The second is named "The Alligator," as a tribute to island native Charlie Simmons, aka "Mr. Transportation," for his contribution to transportation before the bridge connected Hilton Head to the mainland. One of his freight boats was named the Alligator and was used to ferry goods and people between Hilton Head, Savannah and other mainland areas.
Q. When will the trolley run each day?
A. The trolleys operate from 1 PM to 10 PM daily, reaching every stop approximately every 30 minutes. On Friday and Saturday, hours are extended to midnight, for evening dining and entertainment.
Q. How much does it cost to ride?
Q. What other features will the trolleys have?
A. Each trolley has nostalgic wood interiors, a bike rack with space for two bikes, free Wi-Fi, air-conditioning, and plenty of comfortable wood seating with additional space for standees.
Q. Are the trolleys accessible?
A. The trolleys are fully accessible and ADA-compliant. Each trolley is a "low-floor" vehicle, with ample space to accommodate approved mobility devices. There is also a ramp that the operator can deploy for anyone requesting even easier access while boarding.
Q. Is anything prohibited on the trolley?
A. Yes. The following are prohibited:
- Animals, except for guide dogs or trained personal assistant animals
- Beach carts
- Open strollers (Strollers must be collapsed and secured while on board)
- Eating, drinking, smoking, alcohol and firearms
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