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 # 1 - Tour de Daniel Island 

 Rated: Easy 

 5.0 mile fun route but 

 exploration is encouraged 


 Officially in Berkeley County, but part of the 

 City of Charleston, the planned community 

 of Daniel Island is surrounded by rivers, creeks 

 and stunning marsh views. This bicycle route 

 will take you along the Daniel Island Trail, 

 visit several parks, a treehouse, and along 

 neighborhood streets with wide bike lanes. 

 This is an easy, relaxing ride for the entire 

 family and packs a lot in its short distance. 

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Difficulty:  Easy. 

Distance:  5.0 miles of route, but exploration and a variety of distances are possible. Have fun exploring the island by bike!

Time:  Allow 2 hours to enjoy everything this ride has to offer.

Surface:  Mostly asphalt trail and roads, with a mix of hard pack dirt/gravel trail.

Bike Type:  Any bike type will work. Because of pedestrian and other bicycle traffic along the Daniel Island Trail

and bike lanes, a bicycle bell is highly recommended.

Crowds:  Moderate. On the weekends, children and families are out enjoying the island.

Fees/Permits:  None.

Restrooms:  Sometimes the restrooms at the ballpark are open. Gas stations nearby with restrooms.

Precautions:  There is vehicle traffic, however, it is slow moving and the locals are used to seeing lots of cyclists

and families out and about.

Parking:  Governor's Park, 165 Fairbanks Oak Alley, Daniel Island, SC 29492. There is also parking for Governor's Park off Seven Farms Drive.

GPS Coordinates Parking Lot:  32.865118, -79.898890  or  32°51'54.4"N 79°53'56.0"W

Contacts:  City of Charleston maintains Governor's Park and the Daniel Island Trail. 843-724-7311.

So Much History Nearby: Did you know Berkeley County has more than 110 historical markers and historical points of interest? CLICK HERE to find your Adventures in History!

Daniel Island Weather:  Click HERE

(Note: Daniel Island is located in Berkeley County but part of the City of Charleston.)


  Tour de Daniel Island PHOTO GALLERY  

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