Haig Point

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On the tip of Daufuskie Island is Haig Point, an intimate resort community joined in the quiet celebration of an island suspended in time. Here is a collection of world-class amenities including Rees Jones championship golf, an equestrian center, fitness center and sport courts and a festive beachfront clubhouse. An ideal way to learn more about the magic that comes with calling Haig Point home is to arrange a Discovery Visit.

Seaside Golf

Haig Point is home to a nationally ranked Rees Jones Signature golf course that has appeared in Golf Digest’s “America’s 100 Greatest Courses” and “Best in State,” and has earned a coveted position in Golf Magazine’s “Top 100 in the World.” The smaller Osprey course offers nine holes with breathtaking views. With 29 holes to play, golfers enjoy spectacular outings here. To learn more about Haig Point’s golf experience, please visit below. 

 

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Discovery Visit Accommodations

Strachan Mansion

The Strachan Mansion at Haig Point was built in 1910 on St. Simons Island as a summer retreat. In 1986, the new developers of the community moved the mansion to Haig Point with two barges over three days in some times treacherous waters. The historic building was restored to its magnificence as you see today. Featuring four luxurious suites, each with a tie to Haig Point’s history and beautifully themed with antique furnishings, the Mansion presents comfortably elegant accommodations for guests of residents and members. Guests can unwind from their busy day with a refreshing beverage at the bar, playing billiards with friends or simply relaxing in one of the cozy gathering places.

Subject to availability, Discovery Visit guests have an opportunity to stay at the Mansion.

Discovery Visit Accommodations

The Haig Point Lighthouse

In 1872, construction commenced on the Lighthouse that would guide captains navigating the shifting shoals of Calibogue Sound. The Lighthouse’s 40-foot tower served mariners traveling around the northern tip of Daufuskie between 1873 to the 1930s. After many years passed with no attention to the structure, the Lighthouse was restored in the 1980s after development began at Haig Point.

While it serves as a guesthouse with two bedrooms, kitchen, dining room and porch overlooking Calibogue Sound, the Lighthouse is also a sought-after venue for weddings, special events and private parties. Be sure to tour the historic lighthouse on your visit to Haig Point!

Subject to availability, Discovery Visit guests have an opportunity to stay at the Mansion.

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THE DISCOVERY EXPERIENCE

For those looking to learn more, Haig Point offers a three day and two-night weekend that includes accommodations at the Strachan Mansion or the 1873 Lighthouse, depending on availability. These historic properties showcase the beauty and elegance of the South. The Discovery Experience also comes with a complete weekend including:

During your stay, you will have the chance to meet club members, making this weekend the perfect chance to ask questions and learn about living at Haig Point. Community members take pride in their properties and would love to share their experiences.

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Face Coverings Required

The Daufuskie Island Ferry is again running its full schedule.  Following NTSB’s requirements regarding the COVID- 19 virus, all ferry passengers must wear face coverings in accordance with the directives below.  Please be aware that when you purchase your ferry ticket you are entering a contractual agreement with the Daufuskie Island Ferry to follow its policies.

  • All passengers are required to wear a face covering over their nose and mouth throughout the entire passage, including while loading/unloading luggage and cargo, while in the waiting areas, on the docks and while on board the ferry inside the cabin or on open decks.
  • Small children who are not able to maintain a face covering are exempt from this requirement.  Face covering guidance is provided on  the CDC website.
  • The application of hand sanitizer prior to boarding will continue as consistent with past practice.

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