Trail Rides, Lessons, and Children Pony Rides.
MILES OF UNDERPOPULATED BEACH
~4 miles of nearly uninterrupted white sands, petrified driftwood and wildlife including nesting sea turtles and seabirds. The access at Beach Road is a good place to start. Open expanses of sand provide the perfect retreat for those looking to find natural serenity - or a few beautiful seashells. The sunset views from the Bloody Point Beach are one of a kind.
Lovers of history will enjoy perusing sands that continue to yield artifacts from past battles, Native American habitations, and colonial settlements.
Kayak and Paddleboard (SUP) through the waterways surrounding Daufuskie.
TAKE A TOUR ON TWO WHEELS
Biking is a great way to see the island. Take a cruise down the beaches or cycle around Daufuskie Island’s unique system of trails, traveling from one end of the 2.5 by 5 mile island to the other. With more than 12 miles of hard-packed sandy beaches and paved public paths throughout the island, it makes for a perfect day for exploring Daufuskie.