About Stokes Brown Toyota of Beaufort
Serving Port Royal
At our dealership, we are dedicated to providing our customers with top-tier automotive service. When you shop at Stokes Brown Toyota of Beaufort, you'll discover such conveniences as:
- Experience a truly different buying experience
- State-of-the art showroom with the friendliest setting
- Great place to shop and at your own pace
- We offer the cleanest, most road-worthy vehicles in a price range for almost any budget
- Award-winning Service Department
- Experienced and attentive technicians
- Our guests are our best sales associates
- Nearly 25 years of doing business in the Lowcountry
- Short drive from many of the surrounding areas
- We treat you as we would want to be treated: like family
- Customer satisfaction is and will always be our every-day goal
Traveling To Stokes Brown Toyota of Beaufort
From Port Royal
Traveling to Stokes Brown Toyota of Beaufort from Port Royal, SC, will take you less than 15 minutes! Head north on Paris Avenue toward 15th Street and then turn left onto Ribaut Road. Continue onto Parris Island Getaway and then take a left onto Trask Parkway and Stokes Brown Toyota of Beaufort will be on the right! We look forward to serving our Port Royal, SC, customers soon!
|Located between the Beaufort River and Battery Creek, the town of Port Royal lays in the heart of South Carolina's Low Country. There's something to do for everyone in this quint little town. Whether you love nature, music, or shopping, Port Royal is rich in opportunity for all ages. Originally inhabited by the Spaniards in the 1520s, the area was used as a base camp while they continued to explore further inland. Surviving decades of war, tragedy and booming growth, the town of Port Royal has grown into a vibrant bustling community that treasures its past while embracing the future.
- Port Royal Farmer's Market
- Port Royal Bird Sanctuary and Nature Reserve
- Beaufort River
- Port Royal Union Church - established in the early 1800s, this church still stands today.
- Camp Saxton Site- contains an intact portion of the U.S. Union Army Camp occupied in 1862.
- Fort Frederick Heritage Preserve- built by the British in 1734, the fort was used as a method of defense against the Spanish.