Head of the Hampton Head Conservation Trust said it was time for people to move away from the coastal town and move to more sunny, green spots.
In a video posted on Facebook on Friday, Ms Denny said Hampton Head was getting closer to being a coastal town but there was still a lot of work to do.
“I think people are getting a bit too close to the beach, we’ve got to move inland,” she said.
Hilton Head was once known as the “great white beach”.
“It’s got a really great history and I think people need to move out to a different coastal location.”
I’ve had a couple of people come down here and it’s a beautiful place but the beaches are not that inviting and it seems like a lot more people are coming in than they are leaving.
“She said a lot needed to be done to create a more green area.”
It is really a great place to go out to and enjoy a good time but I think there needs to be more people out there out there,” Ms Denno said.”
And it needs to have more places to sit and enjoy.
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