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Golf cart rentals in Daniel Island, SC

Our low-speed vehicles in Daniel Island come with many standard features and advantages, including:

  • Street Legal with No Driving Restrictions
  • Four and Six Passenger Golf Cart Rental Options
  • Premium Seating with Front-Facing and Rear-Facing Seats
  • Long-Range Battery Options Available
  • Safety Features Include Headlights, Taillights, Seatbelts, Turn Signals, and More
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Benefits of Renting a Golf Cart or LSV On Daniel Island

Utilizing a golf cart or LSV to travel around Daniel Island isn't just fun - it also benefits your trip. Using a golf cart or LSV makes it much easier to access parking. That's especially true in our downtown district, where many parking spaces are metered. When it's time to enjoy one of the many restaurants on Daniel Island, be sure to use the designated golf cart parking at Ocean Blvd and JC Long Blvd to avoid the hassles, headaches, and costs of traditional parking.

Just Beachy Golf Cart Rentals Pro Tip:

The Dinghy beach pub has a couple of designated golf cart spots within their parking area. If you decide to rent an LSV, you can also take it to Sullivans Island, which makes parking much easier.

When traveling North and South on the Daniel Island, try to drive on Cameron Blvd and Hartnett Blvd when possible. Both options are less traveled than Palm or Waterway Blvd. and have a speed limit of 25 MPH. Waterway is a great option for traveling North and South, but you may run into more vehicular traffic. South of the Connector, try driving on Carolina Blvd or Ocean Blvd. Regardless of how you utilize them, an LSV or golf cart in Daniel Island, SC, is super convenient and loads of fun during your stay.

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Benefits of Renting a Golf Cart or LSV On Sullivans Island

As is the case with Daniel Island, choosing to rent a golf cart or LSV during your stay in Sullivans Island comes with many benefits. Like other areas, parking and getting around, in general, is just more manageable with a golf cart instead of a large car or SUV. If you rent a cart or LSV from Just Beachy but you're staying on Sullivans Island, you can bring your rental to the Daniel Island and enjoy many of the same benefits.

Just Beachy Golf Cart Rentals Pro Tip:

If you plan on exploring the length of Sullivans Island, be sure to use Ion Ave and Atlantic Ave when possible. Both options are less traveled than Middle Street. They also have a speed limit of 25 MPH. Conversely, on Middle Street, the speed limit is 35 MPH. If you travel this road, you'll have to pull over so that faster cars can pass you. This can happen often and can ruin your otherwise enthralling drive. Regardless of how you use them or wear you take them, renting an LSV or golf cart on Sullivans Island is a great choice for everyone involved.

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Benefits of Renting a Golf Cart or LSV On Sullivans Island

At Just Beachy Golf Cart Rentals, we want our guests to have the most fun, memorable experience possible when they visit. For that reason, it's important you keep these overall rental guidelines in mind.

  • If you're the primary renter of one of our golf carts, you must be 25 years of age or older and have a valid driver's license to operate our carts.
  • If any else will be driving a golf cart rental, they must be 21 years of age or older and have a valid driver's license.
  • You must uphold and be compliant with all government regulations and laws when using a golf cart rental or LSV rental.
  • You cannot have more people on your golf cart rental than the installed and designed seating capacity.
  • Alcoholic drinks are not permitted in our LSVs or golf cart rentals. You may not operate any cart while under the influence.
  • We only rent carts to single-family homes or townhomes. We do not rent to multi-story condos or hotels. Other locations inside Wild Dunes do not allow cart rentals. Additionally, regular golf cart rentals are not allowed in the Wild Dunes community. This area only permits street-legal LSV rentals.

Your First Choice for Golf Cart Rentals in Daniel Island, SC

If you're searching for an unforgettable vacation in the prettiest of locations, thousands of visitors agree each year that the Daniel Island is the place to go. From sun-filled days lounging by the beach to fine dining and everything in between, there's no shortage of new adventures to discover. And when it's time for new discoveries and unforgettable memories, renting an LSV or golf cart is the best way to get there.

Call or click today to learn more about Just Beachy Golf Cart Rentals or to get started booking your golf cart or LSV. We would be honored to serve you!

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Latest News in Daniel Island, SC

Daniel Island bridge replacement could include widening, pedestrian access

The city of Charleston will be voting Monday and Tuesday night on the approval of a $2 million replacement bridge on Daniel Island.Published: Mon May 22 2023DANIEL ISLAND, S.C. (WCSC) - The city of Charleston will be voting Monday and Tuesday night on the approval of a $2 million replacement bridge on Daniel Island.The Beresford Creek Bridge is one of the only two ways to get onto Daniel Island, but officials say the bridge is in need of demolition and replacement after years of use.The final approval of the proje...

The city of Charleston will be voting Monday and Tuesday night on the approval of a $2 million replacement bridge on Daniel Island.

Published: Mon May 22 2023

DANIEL ISLAND, S.C. (WCSC) - The city of Charleston will be voting Monday and Tuesday night on the approval of a $2 million replacement bridge on Daniel Island.

The Beresford Creek Bridge is one of the only two ways to get onto Daniel Island, but officials say the bridge is in need of demolition and replacement after years of use.

The final approval of the project from the city council would include adding a pedestrian and bike lane since the current bridge is very narrow.

Charleston City Councilman Boyd Gregg has been pushing for approval of the project to reduce dangerous traffic conditions on the bridge.

“More than anything, right now, I’d say pedestrian access,” Gregg says. “There’s not a really safe path for pedestrians cross or bikers to cross; the new bridge will have much improved pedestrian access.”

The bridge experienced damage to its infrastructure about three years ago, forcing load limits on the bridge for heavy trucks.

More recently, fire vehicles and ambulances are no longer to access the island from the bridge due to its current condition.

City of Charleston Director of Public Service Tom O’Brien says the bridge was built in the 90s, and it used to be the only way to access Daniel Island before Interstate 526 provided another entry point.

“Obviously with all the development with the homes and the town center, traffic has increased,” O’Brien says. “The bridge we will be replacing it with will be a very solid bridge and will provide great access for the people.”

Daniel Island is also working on another project to build a pedestrian and bicycle bridge over Nowell Creek.

“I think it shows the city’s commitment to provide these passages and safe ways to allow for pedestrians and bicycles to use the city,” O’Brien says.

Both O’Brien and Gregg are pushing for the project to finish before the next school year.

“There’s a significant amount of school traffic on this road, particularly for those traveling up with Phillip Simmons High School,” Gregg says. “We really wanted to try to get this done as much as we could during the summer to try to alleviate some of that school traffic and take advantage of school being out.”

In efforts to address traffic concerns, the city will be holding a meeting in the next month to explain the entire construction process and answer questions from nearby homeowners.

The project will be voted on at Monday night’s Public Works and Utilities Commission meeting and Tuesday’s city council meeting.

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Train to perform at Daniel Island’s Credit One Stadium

DANIEL ISLAND, S.C. (WCBD) – Train, the popular band best known for hits like “Drops of Jupiter” and “Hey Soul Sister,” is coming to Charleston in September. The group is set to perform at Credit One Stadium on September 2, 2023.Special guest Parmalee will also perform.Presale tickets go on sale March ...

DANIEL ISLAND, S.C. (WCBD) – Train, the popular band best known for hits like “Drops of Jupiter” and “Hey Soul Sister,” is coming to Charleston in September.

The group is set to perform at Credit One Stadium on September 2, 2023.

Special guest Parmalee will also perform.

Presale tickets go on sale March 9 at 10:00 a.m. Tickets will be available to the public beginning March 10 at 10:00 a.m.

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Charleston hosting third composting workshop at Daniel Island Recreation Complex

CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCIV) — The city of Charleston and regional partners are hosting their third free workshop for residents to learn about composting today, March 4.The March 4 workshop will be at the Daniel Island Recreation Facility, 160 Fairbanks Drive, from 11 a.m. to noon, according to a press release.The press release says the next two workshops will be on March 20 at the James Island Recreation Complex, 1088 Quail Drive, from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. and on April19 at the Charleston Gaillard Center, 2 George Street, a...

CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCIV) — The city of Charleston and regional partners are hosting their third free workshop for residents to learn about composting today, March 4.

The March 4 workshop will be at the Daniel Island Recreation Facility, 160 Fairbanks Drive, from 11 a.m. to noon, according to a press release.

The press release says the next two workshops will be on March 20 at the James Island Recreation Complex, 1088 Quail Drive, from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. and on April19 at the Charleston Gaillard Center, 2 George Street, and via Zoom from noon to 1 p.m.

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According to the press release, the workshops are designed to provide tools and resources to help residents get started composting, including information on the new food scrap drop-off program and composting at home. Residents are invited to join a workshop of their choice and pick up a free, reusable kitchen compost caddy.

The press release says thanks to a regional partnership with Charleston, Charleston County and Folly Beach, multiple drop sites are available for residents in the Charleston region to drop off food scraps at no charge. Three new sites will open on March 1. The food scraps are then sent to the Bees Ferry Compost Facility, instead of the landfill, to be recycled into compost.

Residents interested in dropping off food scraps must sign up in order to learn how the program works and what items are accepted, according to the press release. The sign up form is also available at www.charleston-sc.gov/compost

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Once registered, the press release says food scraps can be dropped off at any of the following sites listed below:

Corinne Jones Park at 36 Marlow Drive (Peninsula)

Elliotborough Park at 134 Line Street (Peninsula), opening March 1

Medway Park at 2101 Medway Road (James Island)

James Island Recreation Complex at 1088 Quail Drive (James Island), opening March 1

Bees Ferry Landfill at 1344 Bees Ferry Road (West Ashley)

Ackerman Park at 55 Sycamore Avenue (West Ashley)

Folly Beach City Hall at 55 Center Street (Folly Beach)

Governors Park at 165 Fairbanks Oak Alley (Daniel Island), opening March 1

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For more information about each drop site, including hours open and directions to access the site, the press release says to go to www.charleston-sc.gov/compost

Daniel Island hosts composting workshop, island drop site to open

The City of Charleston and regional partners are hosting a series of free workshops for residents to learn about composting, with one on Daniel Island March 4.The Workshops are designed to provide tools and resources to help residents get started composting, including information on the new food scrap drop-off program and composting at home.Residents are invited to join a workshop near them and pick up a free, reusable kitchen compost caddy. The first event was Feb. 21 in West Ashley, with these additional events planned:...

The City of Charleston and regional partners are hosting a series of free workshops for residents to learn about composting, with one on Daniel Island March 4.

The Workshops are designed to provide tools and resources to help residents get started composting, including information on the new food scrap drop-off program and composting at home.

Residents are invited to join a workshop near them and pick up a free, reusable kitchen compost caddy. The first event was Feb. 21 in West Ashley, with these additional events planned:

• Tuesday, Feb. 28, 5:30-6:30 p.m. at Folly Beach Community Center, 55 Center St.

• Saturday, March 4, 11 a.m.-2 p.m. at Daniel Island Recreation Facility, 160 Fairbanks Drive.

• Monday, March 20, 5:30-6:30 p.m. at James Island Recreation Complex, 1088 Quail Drive.

• Wednesday, April 19, 12-1 p.m. at Charleston Gaillard Center, 2 George Street and via ZOOM.

Workshop space is limited so attendees should register at charleston-sc.gov/compost. Composting is the natural process of recycling organic matter, such as food scraps, into a valuable soil additive. The resulting decomposed matter, which looks like dark fertile garden soil, is called compost. This material is rich in nutrients and can be used as a natural fertilizer in gardening, agriculture, landscaping and more.

Charleston-area residents throw away more than 30,000 tons of food scraps each year, and food scraps make up over 25% of the collected waste. By diverting food scraps from the landfill, composting cuts down on the amount of garbage collected, lowering expenses.

Landfills make up 17% of the United States' methane emissions – a gas 20 times more effective at trapping heat in the atmosphere than carbon dioxide. Composting helps reduce these harmful greenhouse gas emissions from landfills and helps protect our air and water from pollution, contributing to the City’s Climate Action Plan goals.

By nourishing the soil, compost also helps increase the stormwater absorption capacity of healthy parks and gardens.

Finally, compost reduces the need for expensive chemical fertilizers, makes plants healthier and can be used without harming wildlife or ecosystem health.

The City of Charleston is working with Charleston County and the City of Folly Beach to open multiple drop sites available for residents in the Charleston region to drop off food scraps at no charge. Three new sites will open on March 1. The food scraps are then sent to the Bees Ferry Compost Facility, instead of the landfill, to be recycled into compost.

Residents interested in dropping off food scraps must sign up in order to learn how the program works and what items are accepted by going online to charleston-sc.gov/compost. Once registered, food scraps can be dropped off at any of the sites listed below:

• Corinne Jones Park at 36 Marlow Drive (Peninsula)

• Elliotborough Park at 134 Line St. (Peninsula), opening March 1

• Medway Park at 2101 Medway Road (James Island)

• James Island Recreation Complex at 1088 Quail Drive (James Island), opening March 1

• Bees Ferry Landfill at 1344 Bees Ferry Road (West Ashley) • Ackerman Park at 55 Sycamore Avenue (West Ashley)

• Folly Beach City Hall at 55 Center Street (Folly Beach)

• Governor's Park at 165 Fairbanks Oak Alley (Daniel Island), opening March 1

Daniel Island poised to see new $20M-plus hotel with restaurant, cottages and event space

A $20-million-plus lodging with a restaurant, event space and guest cottages is being proposed for Daniel Island.The city of Charleston’s Design Review Board recently signed off on plans for a 38-unit hotel at 1995 Daniel Island Drive near the planned 320-unit Nowell Creek Village Apartments.The site is across from the former Blackbaud headquarters building, which is now a multitenant office structure called Marshside. The board suggested a few aesthetic ...

A $20-million-plus lodging with a restaurant, event space and guest cottages is being proposed for Daniel Island.

The city of Charleston’s Design Review Board recently signed off on plans for a 38-unit hotel at 1995 Daniel Island Drive near the planned 320-unit Nowell Creek Village Apartments.

The site is across from the former Blackbaud headquarters building, which is now a multitenant office structure called Marshside. The board suggested a few aesthetic revisions, but otherwise unanimously voted for the hotel project.

A small office structure currently occupies the site and can be moved to make way for the new project once it clears other approvals from the city.

JT Industries LLC, an affiliate of developer King and Society Real Estate of Charleston, bought the 1.5-acre parcel near Beresford Creek in 2019 for $1.25 million, according to Berkeley County land records.

“We have a unique and interesting waterfront property on Daniel Island and have been working to find the best use and need for this location,” said King and Society founder and CEO Troy Barber.

He estimated construction will take about 14 months after permits and other approvals are received and hopes the project will be completed in 2024.

Barber said a firm price had not been set on the hotel, but he believes the project will be more than $20 million.

The main 11,200-square-foot building will house guest rooms, restaurant and event space in three floors over parking. The proposal includes four guest houses of 8,500 square feet each, two 866-square-foot cottages, two 592-square-foot cabanas and 50 parking spaces.

The site plan shows the venue as a likely wedding venue, with separate suites for the bride and groom, a ballroom and an outdoor ceremony site overlooking Beresford Creek. Barber said it could also be used for corporate functions.

King and Society will be the developer and handle construction as well, Barber said.

Top sellers

At the mid-year point, South Carolina is home to three of the top-selling 50 master-planned communities in the U.S., even as sales slow from last year.

RCLCO Real Estate Consulting ranked Cane Bay Plantation in Berkeley County at No. 5 with 525 sales during the first six months of 2022. That’s down 9 percent from last year’s midpoint.

Nexton, also in Berkeley, came in at No. 22 with 308 sales, down 5 percent from the first six months of last year.

Latitude Margaritaville in Hardeeville near Hilton Head Island ranked No. 39 with 234 sales, down 29 percent from last year from January through June.

The top-selling, master-planned community continues to be The Villages, between Ocala and Orlando, Fla. It had about 1,500 sales, down 25 percent from last year at the midpoint.

Almost all of the top 50 are in the southern tier of states. Texas posted the most with 20, Florida landed 15, Nevada had four, California and Arizona saw three each, and Utah and Washington state notched one each.

Total new home sales among the 50 top-selling master-planned communities declined by 18 percent in the first half of 2022 compared to the same time period last year, according to RCLCO.

“Supply chain issues and inadequate new home inventory have continued to pose problems for developers, as price increases and interest rate hikes have begun to impact traffic from potential buyers in recent months,” RCLCO said in its mid-year report.

Nationally, the average price among all new single-family homes is up 15 percent since mid-2021.

“The results of this updated mid-year report confirm that supply chain disruptions continue to have an impact on the ability of master-planned communities to meet new home demand, though climbing interest rates and price appreciation have begun to have an impact on that demand, at least in the near-term,” said RCLCO principal Karl Pischke.

“However, it is important not to overreact to the slowing of sales seen over the last year, as these are still short-term trends,” he said.

“The long-term future of the for-sale housing industry, as evidenced by favorable demographic tailwinds, is strong,” Pischke said. “And the future of master-planned communities, particularly in their ability to capture an outsized share of buyer demand during uncertain or difficult economic times, provides another reason for optimism.”

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