Welcome to Charleston, Y’all

There is no Southern city that we’re more excited to visit than Charleston, South Carolina. It’s a beautiful town, on the water, steeped in history, and there’s no better place to get a delicious meal.

Here’s how you can get there.

Your destination is Wild Dunes Resort on Isle of Palms, SC.

1 Sundial Circle
Isle of Palms, SC 29451

Flying

Charleston International Airport (CHS) is the nearest airport to Isle of Palms. It has service through American, Delta, JetBlue, Southwest, and United.

It is a 45-minute drive to Wild Dunes from the Charleston airport.

Driving

You may choose to stop in another nearby city before joining us at the conference. These approximate driving times might help you decide how to get to Wild Dunes.

Downtown Charleston – 45 minutes
Savannah, GA – 2:15 (125 miles)
Charlotte, NC – 3:30 (220 miles)
Raleigh, NC – 4:30 (275 miles)
Atlanta, GA – 5:00 (330 miles)

Driving Directions

To locate the main entrance to Wild Dunes Resort on a GPS, please use 1 Sundial Circle, Isle of Palms, SC 29451 in your GPS device. Entering “Wild Dunes” may provide inaccurate directions.

From I-95: Connect with I-26 East toward Charleston.

From I-26: Head East into the Charleston area to I-526. Take I-526 East toward Mt. Pleasant (Exit 212C).

From I-526: Head East toward Mt. Pleasant and take the Georgetown Exit number 29, Hwy 17. Continue straight at the light, crossing Hwy 17 onto Hungryneck Boulevard. Pass through three stoplights and at the fourth, turn right onto Highway 517, the Isle of Palms Connector. See below “On the Island” for getting to Wild Dunes once you’ve crossed the Intracoastal Waterway on Highway 517.

From Hwy 17 North or South: Turn east at Highway 517, the Isle of Palms Connector. Take the Connector over the Intracoastal Waterway onto Isle of Palms.

From the Airport: Take I-526 East to the Georgetown Exit, Hwy 17 North. Continue straight at the light, crossing Hwy 17 onto Hungryneck Boulevard. Pass through three stoplights and at the fourth, turn right onto Highway 517, the Isle of Palms Connector. See below “On the Island” for getting to Wild Dunes once you’ve crossed the Intracoastal Waterway on Highway 517.

On the Island: Turn left at the light at the foot of the bridge onto Highway 703, Palm Boulevard. Continue following Palm Boulevard, parallel to the Atlantic Ocean. As you cross 41st Avenue, you will see the Wild Dunes directional sign to turn right, onto Palm Boulevard (extension). The Wild Dunes entrance is on the left.