Our Community

Oyster Harbour Tour and Open House

Monday, October 7, 2019

Dear Oyster Harbour residents and lot owners,

Great news! Mark your calendars!

Oyster Harbour will be hosting a “Tour our Community and Amenities” event on Sunday, October 27, 2019 from 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. to promote our community. We are attaching a flyer that will be distributed regarding this event.

This will be a great opportunity for those who have a lot or home for sale to showcase your property. This is the same weekend as Holden Beach “Festival by the Sea,” and we hope to showcase our community to visitors as well as local builders and REALTORS®.

As guests and visitors enter our community, they will be asked to register at the clubhouse and will be offered tours by residents. More information will be available in the coming weeks!

Sincerely,

Oyster Harbour Community Development and Promotions Committee

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Oyster Harbour is a throw-back to the old days, when coastal living represented rest, relaxation and good old-fashioned fun. Oyster Harbour at Holden Beach is an unparalleled waterfront paradise where beauty and tranquility await your coastal lifestyle destination!

We are a very active community with many social activities including events at the clubhouse, golf tournaments, bocce ball, tennis and pickle ball, yoga, water aerobics, book club, bunco, and card groups. Our community volunteers are one of our most treasured assets. Our volunteers help make life great within Oyster Harbour as well as in the broader community. You will find many opportunities that align with your time, talents and passions.

Oyster Harbour is just across the waterway and a short drive from magnificent Holden Beach, voted one of best family beaches in the entire country. Whether it’s about the beach, kayaking on the river, saltwater fishing or taking a boat ride on the Intracoastal Waterway, your days will be filled with endless aquatic adventures.
 
 

As you walk from the clubhouse to the waterpark you’ll stroll beneath 200 year-old oak trees. The proximity to fresh and salt waters draws a great variety and abundance of coastal bird species which makes birding here a thoroughly satisfying experience.