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The Coffee Shop at Edisto Beach

 

    Edisto is happy to announce the grand opening of The Coffee Shop at Edisto Beach.  They offer a relaxing retreat with waterfront views on Big Bay Creek.  You can find environmentally friendly coffee, all natural smoothies and locally made food on their menu.  The Coffee Shop at Edisto Beach is a perfect way to start your morning, enjoy a delicious wrap for lunch or for grabbing a quick bite to eat before heading out on the water. 

 

The Coffee Shop at Edisto Beach is open at 7 am – 6 pm and located right above Edisto Water Sport and Tackle, at 3731 Docksite Road.  Be sure to check out their website at http://thecoffeeshopatedistobeach.com.

 

A great sunrise view from the coffee shop
pairs perfectly with your morning coffee.

Prudential Kapp Lyons on Facebook

      Did you know that Prudential Kapp Lyons is now on Facebook?  Be sure to check out and like our page to remain “in the loop” and get the most up to date updates.  It is a great way to know what’s going on with us in the office and also around the Island. Our Facebook page is very interactive and gives our guest a chance to share your unique Edisto Island experience with us.  Please feel free to post any pictures or comments from your family’s vacation, we would love to see it!

 

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Prudential-KappLyons-Realty/75546353087?sk=timeline&ref=page_internal

 

South Carolina's First Sea Turtle Nest Found on Edisto

     Sea turtle nesting officially has begun on Edisto Island!  Botany Bay found their first turtle nest on May 2nd.  This was not only the first nest on Edisto, but the first nest in the whole state of South Carolina!  The sea turtle nesting season is from May 1st- October 31st so please remember to keep your lights turned off when you are on the beach at night.

 

Our Beloved Family Pets

    Here at Prudential Kapp Lyons we know the importance your family pet plays in your life.  They are more than your furry four legged friend but also an important part of your family! We love our animals and keep Amos, our company dog, hanging out all day with us in the office.  We understand how much you love their smiling face and wagging tail, so we think they should be included on your vacation.  Many of our proprieties allow pets so please ask our staff about pet friendly homes.  Our knowledgeable staff can happily help you find a rental home that is well suited for your entire family.

 

Amos taking a break from a busy day in the office.

 

Here are a few safety tips to keep in mind whenever you take your dog to the beach……

  • from May to October all dogs must be leashed on the beach
  • refill any holes your dog digs on the beach
  • teach your dog to swim
  • find fresh water and shade
  • steer clear of rough or choppy water
  • watch what they drink
  • stay sun protected
  • be mindful of over exercising
  • keep a lookout for dangerous items
  • rinse well after a full day of fun in the sun

 

Newport enjoying her day in the sun.

 

We would love to see pictures of your family pet with you on vacation.  Please feel free to send us pictures of your four legged pal on the beach, boating, swimming or doing whatever he does best while vacationing on Edisto!

Sailor helping clean up after a busy day on the water.

Mitty's very first beach day.

1st Annunal Edisto Beach Dolphin Slam

If you are around the island this weekend make sure to check out the 1st Annual Edisto Beach Dolphin Slam. The tournament will be a Bohicket vs. Edisto challenge, as boats from both marinas will be fishing against each other for prizes and bragging rights for the heaviest dolphin.

Come to the Marina at Edisto Saturday, May, 2nd to see the fish being weighed. There will be live music and Pressley’s will be serving food. The dolphin will be biting and the boats are eager to get to blue water, so it’s sure to be a fun event for all!

 

For more information visit Edisto beach Marina's website, http://www.themarinaeb.com/

Sea Turtle Nesting Season

    With May right around the corner, warmer days, the kids getting out of school and sea turtle nesting are quickly approaching! Loggerhead sea turtle nesting season officially kicks off on May 1st.  Sea turtles are South Carolina’s state reptile so Edisto Island is extremely important to these endangered species.  Here are a few things you can do to help our sea turtles and some tips to keep in mind if you come across a turtle on the beach.

Loggerhead sea turtle.

 

What You Can Do to Help Sea Turtles in South Carolina

  • Obey local and county lighting ordinances.
  •  Observe from a distance. If you encounter a nesting turtle, do not shine lights on her or take flash photography.  Stay behind the turtle so she cannot see you. Lights and human presence can cause her to abandon her nest effort.
  •  Do not touch or prod an animal to move. Stay out of the way as she crawls back to the water.
  • Turn off exterior lights visible from the beach, dusk to dawn, from May through October.
  •  Close blinds and drapes on windows where interior lights can be seen from the beach or ocean.
  •  No flashlights, fireworks or bonfires on the beach.
  •  Fill in large holes dug on the beach at the end of the day because adult sea turtles and hatchlings can become trapped in them.
  •  Remove beach chairs and other items from the beach and dunes at the end of the day that could obstruct a sea turtle when nesting or emerging hatchling.

 

If you encounter sea turtle hatchlings on the beach or an emerging nest:

  • Do not approach any sea turtle hatchlings, give them plenty of space.
  • Do not carry, guide or help sea turtle hatchlings to the ocean.
  • Do not shine any lights on or take flash photography of the hatchlings.

 

Several loggerhead sea turtle hatchlings leaving the beach.

 


 

Bay Creek Arts & Craft Market

Every Wednesday locals and visitors alike can be found browsing through the Bay Creek Arts & Craft Market on Edisto Beach.  This open air market has over 20 local vendors who offer something for everyone, showcasing the best of the Edisto Lifestyle.  At the market there is a wide variety of local paintings and photography displaying Edisto landmarks, astounding wildlife and low-country living.  You can also find an assortment of local handmade jewelry, home décor and mouthwatering homemade treats.  There are vendors who sell, and even make the legendary sweet grass baskets right in front of you!  At the market you can find all of your family’s clothing needs, beach toys, and everything else you will need for a day of fun in the sun.  Your family pooch can even get lively vibrant bandannas for his beach day! 

This local open air market is a great way for visitors to take home a little reminder of Edisto Beach home with them.  The Bay Creek Arts & Craft Market is from 9-5 every Wednesday from now until October 27.  It is held at the Bay Creek Park, located at 3706 Docksite Road.  

The market is held at Bay Creek Park located at 3706 Docksite Road on Edisto Beach.

Local handcrafted merchandise on display.

Various vendors within the market.

Local handcrafted pottery on display.

Legendary sweet grass baskets on display at the market.

Oliver modeling his new doggie bandanna.

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