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Outdoor Recreation and Sports

The Daniel Island area is blessed with so many natural endowments, and with 234 days of sunshine a year, you’ll definitely want to be outside and take advantage of the wonderful weather and beautiful scenery.

Outdoor Activities Include:

Walking/Jogging Paths:   There are 12+ miles of walking/jogging trails throughout Daniel Island.

Beaches: The 91 miles of Charleston coastline offers plenty of public beachfront for swimming, surfing, fishing & sunning. The Charleston area public beaches include:
Parks: Daniel Island is a masterfully planned community. The Island has 400+ acres of open green space and parks throughout the community including Athletic Park , Etiwan Park , Governor’s Park, Waterfront Park and Silo Park .

In addition, the Charleston area has more than 50 public parks for you to enjoy. From the Francis Marion National Forest that spans 1000s of acres to the Charleston Waterfront Park which offers park benches, picnic areas & spectacular views of the harbor…you have a lot to select from.

Recreation Departments:
Fresh-Water Fishing: Lake Marion and Lake Moultrie (man-made lakes spanning 110,000+ acres of land in five S.C. counties) are the home of the Annual Striper Rodeo and the Land Locked Striped Bass. For an updated list of rules & regulations pertaining to fresh-water fishing, visit: www.dnr.sc.gov/fishing.html

Deep-Sea Fishing: The world famous blackfish banks off Charleston Harbor are accessible for deep-sea enthusiasts via charter as well as head boats. The Gulf Stream is approximately sixty miles off the coast.  A popular website concerning Charleston fishing is:  http://www.charlestonfishing.com/

In-Shore Fishing: The backwaters of the Lowcountry provide opportunity to catch redfish (red drum), trout, flounder, bluefish, snapper, and bass.

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Below is a PDF outlining the approximate location of some of the parks in Daniel Island (from City of Charleston).