Daufuskie Island, SC (Dec. 20, 2013) – Daufuskie Island was included in a Fox News story Dec. 16 that highlighted “Eight American Beaches that are Warm Now.” Along with mention of the beachfront, writer Mark Sullivan noted “one especially nice excursion point is the Haig Point Lighthouse, which has a tower extending from the roof of an antebellum-style house.”

Other island beaches listed were Amelia Island, Fla.; Avery Island, La.; Caladesi Island, Fla.; Catalina Island, Calif.; Molokai, Hawaii; South Padre Island, Texas; and Tybee Island, Ga. Visit http://www.foxnews.com/travel/2013/12/16/8-american-beaches-that-are-warm-now/ for the complete story on foxnews.com.

Other Daufuskie mentions included the local landmarks of the First Union African Baptist Church and live music at Marshside Mamma’s restaurant.

About Haig Point
Haig Point is a charming sea island community just off the coast of South Carolina, between Hilton Head and Savannah, Ga. There is no bridge, so the island is accessible only by a private ferry system originating from Hilton Head Island.

Residents and guests drive electric carts to the points of interest in and around the community, including the historic Haig Point Lighthouse (built in 1873), Strachan Mansion and the tabby ruins of 19th century slave quarters. The community is also home to a stunning Rees Jones Signature golf course. Amenities at Haig Point Club also include a full-service tennis center, equestrian center, two restaurants and a community park. For more information about the island or real estate opportunities, call (800) 686-3441.

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