Haig Point Lighthouse

Haig Point

Daufuskie Island, SC 29915


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City: Daufuskie Island

Region: Coastal & Islands

Haig Point Lighthouse

Haig Point, the first lighthouse for this island, was built in 1873 on the southwestern tip, with its rear beacon mounted in the 40-ft. tower atop the keeper's house. Decommissioned in 1936. The keepers' house still stands, but Haig Point is part of a private resort community. Daufuskie is accessible only by boat, with cruises available from Hilton Head Island. Calibogue Cruises (843) 342-8687 Calibogue Cruises

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