One of the region’s most popular and fastest-growing towns, Mount Pleasant is located just across the Cooper River from historic Charleston, SC.
Its outstanding public school system, close proximity to downtown, pristine beaches and choice shopping make Mount Pleasant the quintessential location for families looking to live in the Charleston area. Local places of interest include:
Beaches & Marinas
Two of the finest beaches in South Carolina are located just a short drive from Carolina Park. Isle of Palms and Sullivan’s Island are both known for their cleanliness and beauty. Avid boaters will enjoy having access to more than seven area marinas.
Mount Pleasant Towne Centre and the Market at Oakland are two of the area’s largest and most popular shopping venues, and both are only a short drive from Carolina Park. For those who would rather stay close to home, the community will feature national retailers, boutiques, restaurants and more.
The Charleston area is known the world over for its outstanding cuisine, and nowhere is this more evident than in Mount Pleasant. From eclectic Itailian, French, and Asian bistros to succulent seafood on Shem Creek, the diversity of Mount Pleasant’s dining scene will satisfy everyone, from families to “foodies.”
With six daily-fee courses and four private courses located in the East Cooper area, players of every age and ability will find the perfect match for their skills while enjoying some of the most picturesque golfing on the East Coast.
Boone Hall Plantation
Take a step back in time and experience 19th-century plantation life at one of America’s oldest working plantations. Massive, moss-draped oaks dot the property, helping root this historic treasure in its true southern charm.
Located along historic Charleston Harbor, this Naval and Maritime Museum is home to the USS Yorktown, an aircraft carrier that participated in both World War II and the Vietnam War. The area around this floating landmark is one of the most popular destinations for sports and recreation as well.
The Historic Old Village
Designated a National Register District, the Old Village is a great place to gather and explore. Featuring homes from the colonial and antebellum periods, it’s a celebration of classic southern charm in the oldest inhabited section of Mount Pleasant.
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