Each year, the owners of Brays Island celebrate the sport of shooting and our love for the outdoors at our Annual Outdoor & Shooting Exposition. In our fifteenth year of the event, we will be hosting 40+ exhibitors and offering special activities for an outdoor sporting filled weekend from Friday, April 5 through Sunday, April 7, 2019. Exclusive to invitation-only guests, we’ll host dinner receptions and cocktail hours for attendees to mingle with exhibitors.
FRIDAY – The Outdoor & Shooting Expo will begin on Friday where attendees can browse exhibitor displays and exhibitor booths from 9am – 5pm, in addition to enjoying a 100 Bird Fun Shoot and 5-Stand at the Gun Club. At the end of the day, Bray’s Island will host a welcome dinner from 5 – 8pm at the Plantation Grille.
SATURDAY – Activities include exhibitor displays all day from 9am – 5pm, in addition to a 100 Bird Side by Side Fun Shoot and a Skeet and Trap event hosted by the Gun Club. Attendees can also explore the car show happening from 11am – 4pm where our owners will display their unique vehicles and motors both old and new. End the day with the Partner 5-Stand Competition from 2:30pm – 4:30pm.
SUNDAY – This is the last day to explore any of the exhibitor booths and displays. We’ll also have a dog demonstration held at the hunting fields from 11am – 12pm, followed by aSporting Clays and Skeet and Trap event at the Gun Club. The weekend concludes with a Sadie Hawkins 5-Stand.
We’re welcoming some of the best exhibitors in the sporting world, including boating and fishing, firearms, sporting dogs, custom clothing and accessories. Attendees will also find novelty booths for handcrafted jewelry, unique art, wildlife belts, hand-rolled cigars, custom knives and more.
- Sporting Exhibitors
African Sporting Creations, Baker Built Knives, Beretta USA, Caesar Guerini, Charles Boswell Guns & Chris Batha, Connecticut Shotgun Manufacturing Co., Hells Canyon Custom Rods, Holland & Holland, Jarrett Rifles, Kevin’s Fine Guns Clothing & Apparel, Nicholas Air, Palmetto Boat Sales, Robin Hollow Outfitters, Ron Stepp Knives, Sporting Classics Magazine, Steve Barnett Fine Guns, Steve Cobb Guns, SunSage Sporting Dogs
- Artisan Exhibitors
- Accessory & Clothing Exhibitors
Christina Jervey Jewelry, Crystal Feathers, Ermillio Clothiers, Fair Chase, Fish Hippie, Henry David Clothiers, HookNHide Belts, KingFisher Leatherworks, LLC, London Trading Co., Rivers & Glen Trading Co., Rose & Harper Jewelry, Russell Moccasin, Stack Arms
PLAN YOUR TRIP
Beaufort, SC is a short drive to Brays Island Plantation and home to many restaurants and hotels. For those seeking accommodations in Beaufort, our recommendations include Rhett House Inn, Anchorage 1770, Beaufort Inn, City Loft Hotel, or Best Western Sea Island Inn. If you’re planning to join us over the weekend, we’ll be serving lunch a la carte each day, in addition to cocktail hours and dinner receptions – but there are plenty of delectable restaurants in Beaufort that we would suggest trying. If you’re looking for Southern fare try Saltus River Grill or Breakwater, but if BBQ is on your list you can’t miss Q on Bay. For traditional American dishes, check out Old Bull Tavern, Wren Bistro or Hearth for wood fired pizza. While on the water in Beaufort, sit down to either Dockside or Fishcamp on 11th Street to try some of the freshest seafood.
DRIVING DIRECTIONS TO BRAYS
Take US-21 N out of Beaufort and travel for approximately 12 to 14 miles. Enter the roundabout and take the first exit. Merge onto US-17 S. Travel for several miles and and then take a left on William Campbell Road which leads to the front gate.
Take I-95 N and get off of the interstate on Exit 33 (US-17) toward Charleston/Beaufort. Merge onto US-17 North. In four miles start looking for William Campbell Road. Take a right on William Campbell and follow it all of the way to the front gate.
Take US-17 S out of Charleston and travel for approximately 50 miles. Take a left on William Campbell Road which leads to the front gate. William Campbell Rd will be just a couple of miles past the intersection of 17 and US-21.