What to Do on Daufuskie?
Daufuskie is a place where golf carts or bicycles are the way to travel. After all, you never know who you will see or why you might want to stop and say hello. So be sure to have a golf cart reserved for you when you step off the ferry.
The Preferred Way to Get Around on Daufuskie
Golf Carts from Daufuskie Carts LLC are like-new, fast, quiet, electric carts –
Think about what you might want to do and then do it in style.
For printable road maps of Daufuskie, choose from the following:
- Daufuskie Island printable roads map
- Robert Kennedy Historical Trail Guide Map
- Daufuskie Island Historical Places & Business Map
You can’t get lost on Daufuskie so hop into your “chariot” and enjoy the drive while you enjoy the island.
You might want to explore our beaches, visit the island’s historic locations, stop in at the galleries and craft shops, and/or grab some food at one of our unique restaurants. Whatever the reason, it’s always a good idea to start at the Billie Burn Museum for maps and a little background about the island – (843)686-4824.
Pick up the Daufuskie Historical Foundation’s Guide which includes an annotated map with historical points of interest including the Museum, the Gullah Learning Center, tabby ruins, historic cemeteries & homes, and old logging railroad line. The museum is open Tuesday thru Saturday from 1pm-4pm. The museum can also be opened at other times by appointment for groups (given appropriate advance notice, call 406 270 6586).
For more information about things to do (restaurants, galleries, history and beaches), click here.