When you come to Daufuskie, you may meet published authors, famous athletes, successful entrepreneurs, acclaimed artists, woodworkers, wine makers, chefs, historians, sculptors, farmers, and even well-known performers. Find out why they live on a bridgeless island with no sidewalks and no town center. How do they get around? What do they like to do? Be ready to be captured by the allure of Daufuskie.
No sidewalks? No town center? That means no traffic. No crowds. Whether you are just spending the day or staying a week, you will need land transportation to get around Daufuskie. If you are staying for a while, some rental properties include a golf cart in which case you just need transportation to get to there. When a property does not include a cart, you may need to rent one for your entire stay. Here are some options for getting around on Daufuskie.
Golf cart rentals by the hour, day or week – 843-341-5566.
Golf cart rentals by the hour, day or week and self-guided audio history tours – 843-341-2327
Golf cart rentals on a first-come first-serve basis.
Golf cart rentals by the hour, day or week – 843-505-3937
Golf carts rentals by the day or week – 912-844-0222
Golf cart rentals by the hour, day or week and guided island tours – 843-842-9449
If you think you might prefer bicycles as opposed to golf carts, call Sports Addiction to rent all kinds of bikes for adults and kids – 843-815-8281.
If you are staying over night and your rental agency has not arranged for your land transportation to and from your rental unit, Daufuskie Transit provides transportation for your group and luggage between your rental and the dock – (843) 338-2570.
On golf cart or bicycle, exploring Daufuskie is an adventure.
School Grounds Coffee Shop
Treat yourself. You’ll never find better coffee than what you’ll find at the School Grounds Coffee Shop.
Brian and Pam are coffee aficionados and they bring their passion for coffee to their creative brewing process. Their daily coffee menu, which also includes fruit- ilicious creations, is often enhanced with a “designer” coffee – a specialty of the day that you might wish were an every-day offering.
But what’s coffee without ambience? Pam and Brian add their own charm. They will entertain you with their stories of Daufuskie history, about the writing of ‘The Water is Wide’ and about what’s hot and what’s not on Daufuskie. The School Ground Coffee Shop has raised the bar for coffee boutiques. Take notice, Starbucks.
Closed Sundays and Mondays.