Moncks Corner, Rich in Traditions & Fishing Spots

Originally a trading post on the southeast corner of the massive Mitton Plantation, Moncks Corner has grown into a thriving community with a rich and storied past tied largely to the dense marshes and the people who have lived in and around them. Now the county seat of Berkeley County, Moncks Corner was settled in large part by French Protestant … [Read more...]

Goose Creek, Deeply-Rooted Southern Charm

Goose Creek, South Carolina, located northwest of Charleston along the Cooper River and sandwiched between the towns of Hanahan and Moncks Corner, ranks among South Carolina’s larger cities, with a population of more than 30,000. Although no definitive archives exist to explain the origin of the city’s name, historians suspect the winding, … [Read more...]

Summerville, The Flowertown in the Pines

Located amid thick pine forests 30 miles inland from the South Carolina coast, 18th century Summerville was a vacation spot for Charlestonians seeking relief from the oppressive summer humidity and tormenting swarms of mosquitoes. In the 21st century, a combination of affordable housing, excellent schools and numerous recreational alternatives … [Read more...]