Memorial Day rules for the beaches around the Lowcountry

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It is Memorial Day if you’re heading out to the sand and surf, officials at our local beaches want to remind you about the rules you need to follow.

At Folly Beach, dogs are not allowed on the beach from 10 in the morning until 6 at night and they must be leashed.

Alcohol, glass, plastic, and Styrofoam are not permitted and no open fires or fireworks are allowed on the beach.

On the Isle of Palms, no glass, plastic or Styrofoam. No motorized vehicles and golf carts either. Jet skis and motor boats may not be operated in designated swimming areas. No alcohol, or fireworks, and dogs must be leashed. Any holes dug must be filled in for safety as you leave.

On Sullivan’s Island, no motorized vehicles or golf carts on the beach. Fireworks are prohibited as is alcohol consumption. Dogs must have a permit.

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