Welcome to Daufuskie IslandDaufuskie Island offers a glimpse of what other sea islands were like before bridges and causeways opened them to development. Most native residents of Daufuskie Island are decendants of freed slaves, who have made their living oystering and fishing for decades. The subject of Pat Conroy's novel, The Water Is Wide, Daufuskie Island has a timeless quality and is still accessible only by boat.
Discover the hidden treasures of Daufuskie Island as you tour the island, by golf cart, with an interpretive historian from Outside Daufuskie....
Ghost of the Past
The ferry was the only sound piercing the summer night along Haig Point. It sliced its way through the blackness as it maneuvered to the dock on...
Awesome Island Realty
Own or rent a piece of paradise! Pristine, deserted beaches, warm sea breezes, abundant wild life, starry skies, magnificent sunsets. Make it real, make it Daufuskie Island!...
Melrose on the Beach
Thank you for visiting us, during renovations many of our facilities are open including the Island House Conference Center, Jack Nicklaus Golf Course, Melrose Inn, the Beach...
Iron Fish Art Gallery
The Iron Fish Art Gallery (est. 2001) is not just a coastal decor gift shop, it is coastal art gallery online which exclusively represents CHASE ALLEN coastal...
Haig Point is a private 1,040-acre community on Daufuskie Island, South Carolina. Commonly referred to just as Haig Point, it is...
“ Situated along a dirt road deep in Daufuskie’s maritime forest, Chase Allen’s shop, The Iron Fish Gallery & Studio, is a treasured local landmark. Visitors... ”No photo
The Iron FishCoastal Sculptures
“ Kick off your shoes and experience an island adventure like no other. Whether you’re dropping by for a drink after boating or enjoying an evening... ”No photo
Marshside Mama'sWaterfront Café
“ Your first stop on Daufuskie Island is Freeport Marina. Once off the boat you will notice beautifully landscaped grounds. A crushed oyster shell lane leads... ”No photo
Freeport MarinaHistoric Daufuskie Island
“ The development of First Union African Baptist Church, now listed as an historical landmark, began in 1879 when John I. Stoddard divided the Mary Field... ”No photo
Historic Churchhistorical landmark