Daniel Island Park Trees


Daniel Island Park, located north of the I-526 interstate on Daniel Island and bordered by the Wando River, Beresford Creek and Raltson Creek, is home to some of the most magnificent Live Oak trees on the island. Those documented below are in public areas maintained by the Daniel Island Property Owners’ Association.

Check back in the coming weeks as we add more history to this page!

“The Guardian Angel Oak”

Tree DIP-1

Circumference: 22′ 2″

Canopy: 102″

Centenarian

Live Oak Society Member #7428

Located at the corner of Island Park Drive and Delahow Street

Adopted by William Thielfoldt

“The Ittiwan Oak”

Tree DIP-2

Circumference: 15′

Canopy: 114′

Evergreen

Live Oak Society Member #7493

Located in Great Oak Park

Dedicated by DIHS to

The Etiwan Tribe of the Wassamasaw Indian Nation

Tree DIP-3

Circumference: 15′ 5″

Canopy: 77′

Evergreen

Live Oak Society Member #7490

Located on Hidden Bottom Lane

Available for Adoption

Tree DIP-4

Circumference: 15′ 7″

Canopy: 100′

Evergreen

Live Oak Society Member #7491

Located on Watroo Point St

Available for Adoption

Tree DIP-5

Circumference: 11′ 6″

Canopy: 87′

Acorn

Live Oak Society Member #7492

Located on Gibbes Street

Available for Adoption

Tree DIP-6

Circumference: 9′ 8″

Canopy: 66′

Acorn

Live Oak Society Member #7550

Located on Legge Lane

Available for Adoption