Pleasant mountain – high life in lowland countries

To the east of Charleston is a beautiful land surrounded by Charleston Harbour, Flash Creek and the bay entrance. In 1680, British immigrants named it Mt. Pleasant. It is still worth seeing today, but it is not to be missed in the modern spread of Highway 17.

As tourists stroll through the streets of Shem Creek Pier and the Old Town, they are associated with the natural beauty of the area that attracts settlers. The swamp spread from the flash stream, opening a gleaming green and golden weapon to the port of Charleston. In the old town on Pitt Street, huge oak trees are covered with mossy branches on narrow streets.

The charm of history masks the potential struggle between the descendants of early settlers and modern developers. Locals want to remember and protect the area, and developers are trying to profit from this climate. The struggle against progress is ancient and its roots extend deep along the coastline. Residents of low-lying countries have a history of fighting for faith and retain their precious traditional time. A balanced compromise is required to accommodate the industry and maintain a lifestyle.

The locals affectionately call it "Small Creek", which sails from the swamp into the Port of Charleston, summoning travelers to explore the natural scenery, corners and crannies. When the dolphins play in the creek, the pelicans and seagulls perch on the shrimp boat, inviting visitors to stop and enjoy the view. When the sun sets, the golden light passes through the top of the thunder, bounces from the surface of the water, sparkling with silver, illuminating the swamp grass.

Boats of all sizes and shapes are lined up on the piers on both sides of the river. This community has provided most of the shrimp for the Charleston area for more than 30 years. The shrimp season will be held in late April at the Fleet Blessing Festival held at the historic Alahambra Concert Hall. Deep-sea fishing boats and kayaking equipment dealers also park here. The sails and powerboats are tied to the pier and encourage their passengers to dine along the pier. The “No Wake Up” area allows you to stop here and sample freshly caught local seafood at the “The Creek”-lined restaurant.

For longer stays, please park your boat at the Patriot's Point Marina. The Patriot's Corner (Patriot's Point) is located outside of the entrance to Charleston Harbour in Shem Creek. It is the largest pier in the area with 459 slides. The breathtaking views of the US aircraft carrier Yorktown offer opportunities to explore and connect with the history of the Navy. A full day can be spent exploring the Yorktown, Coast Guard Tool and Medal of Honor Museum. Tour the boat to the feet. Every day, a guest leaves from Yorktown.

Patriot Point Resort and Hotel is also located here. The nautical-themed rooms decorated with bright yellows and blues, comfortable bedding and stunning views of the harbour allow guests to enjoy the comforts of home and are close to the water. The resort also features an 18-hole championship golf course overlooking Charleston Harbour, Fort Sumter and the Flash River. Known for its challenging waterfront trim holes, the route is just minutes from the beaches of Palm Island and Sullivan Island.

Patriot Point Resort is very familiar with water fans. The Charleston Race Week was held here in the spring and the fishing competition was held throughout the season. The black and white photos of the previous winners were placed on the walls of the Reel Bar. Take a fast bike or shuttle from East Cooper Shuttle to Shem Creek. For those who prefer to enter Charleston, a water taxi departs from Dock A every hour and landed passengers at the Charleston Maritime Center, just a short walk from the aquarium. Water taxis are welcome for cycling and pets. Take the camera and take a close-up shot of the American hull Yorktown and the Arthur Ruffo Bridge.

For accommodation overlooking Shem Creek, please visit The Shem Creek Inn. A 10% discount is available for fishing charters booked by Captain Rick Hiott’s Offshore Fishing Charter. Guests who book the fishing charter using Captain Rick Hiott’s Offshore Fishing Charter can enjoy a 10% discount on the room rate. Captain Hiott's fishing expertise in Red Drum is well known to both locals and the world. Captain Hiott is strongly recommended to be staged in Discovery Channel (Europe) and Saltwater Fishermen's Magazine to find the best offshore fishing hotspots and is really interested in introducing others to the offshore waters near Charleston.

The extensive experience of local fishermen here provides them with the ultimate in fresh seafood. Metric tons. Pleasant Seafood operates a retail store in Creek, in the mountains (Mt. Pleasant Farmers Market. In order to find the answer, Water's Edge Cabana Bar customers feel the antics of the fun Creek Goodwill Ambassador Happy. Arrived at 4pm every day, male dolphins appear, followed by the rest of the pod. Look closely and you will see the baby swimming with his mother. It seems that these creatures are just coming to welcome guests to the area. When people look at these It’s hard not to be surprised when beautiful creatures fish for their dinner. They work with brown trout and seagulls and sneak into the fish from the charter boat.

Sunset is the activity here. Several restaurants offer outdoor and creekside dining, allowing guests to experience the wonders of sunset in Charleston and the ubiquity of a small fishing village. Admire the views from the Vickery's outdoor bar and dining area. Watching the sun shine on the swamp as it spreads to the estuary. The breeze of Charleston Harbor passed through the palm trees. Even in the storm, enjoying the scenery from the indoor bar is a great way to watch the drama without affecting the spirit. From the indoor bar, you can see the shrimp boat, wings spread out and stretched up as if they were water angels ready to fly.

Look for opportunities throughout the creek to see the corners and crevices of the building next to the pier. After 30 years of operation, Magwoods Seafood still supplies shrimp and fish to most of Charleston. Their motto is "Long live, love long live, eat seafood", painted red and blue on the wall. In the wreckage, lowland country cuisine is often sprinkled freely on huge paper plates. From the auditorium of the porch restaurant you can enjoy spectacular sunsets, and the price is well worth it. This is a place that can't be seen during dinner.

Looking forward to the bridge, R.B. And Red's Ice House offers more outdoor dining options. RB is more upscale, and it is very serious to park the right customers, sometimes it will mistakenly drag their customers away. The bright yellow sign warns of the fines of guiding and towing. RB owns the Shem Creek Towing Company and parks a trailer on the lot.

Red's is a local leisure gathering place where events are held every hour of joy. They offer free parking in a huge gravel yard close to the restaurant, and they are more concerned about customers who have a good time. Red is also a local “Yappy Hour” hotspot, so bring your dog friend to meet and say hello to the locals. The four-footed furry crowd likes ice buckets and dog biscuits. Upstairs, the sunset is unbeatable. Upstairs bar cushions can be reserved for private parties. During the holidays, this is a great place to watch the fireworks from the United States. Yorktown.

The happy hour of Red's Ice House is very special. On Sunday, listen to local acoustic/rock/folk singers playing downstairs. On Thursday, free tasting of fresh steamed shrimp from the bar. Most importantly, a sunset cruise on the 50-foot catamaran Palmetto Breeze on Wednesday night. This is a great way to watch the CORA (Charleston Marine Racing Association) competition and there are many photography operations on the road. Ticket prices include adult drinks and a variety of appetizers. The captain is always very cheerful and ready to bring guests to the water. If you ask well, he will even let you drive the boat.

A few steps from Red is the Old Mount of Pleasant. Listed as a National Historic Site, the Old Town is home to quaint churches, colonies and pre-war houses, as well as the majestic Alhambra Hall (the site of the Mount Pleasant Ferry Company). Built in 1847 by Charles Jugnot and Oliver Hilliard, the Alhambra Concert Hall is a summer recreation and dance hall in a huge oak forest. . Rebuilt in 1937, it is a popular place for community activities. Situated in the coastal oak-lined waterfront park and featuring a fabulous community playground, this is a quiet and peaceful place to have a picnic in the afternoon. Stroll to the Confederate Cemetery and don't miss the small post office building on the return journey on Pitt Street. At the end of many streets is the view of Charleston Harbour, and it is easy to see why the town founder named it Mt.Mt. happy. Although no one is talking about mountains, it is definitely a pleasant place.

Not far from the old town, visitors can sample the old-fashioned ice cream soda from Pitt Street Pharmacy. Below the block, the Old Post House Restaurant and Tavern operates in this grocery store. Originally built by German immigrants in 1888, Post House offers light meals and dinner, a dining area downstairs and a meeting room upstairs for private parties. Here she eats hungry diners such as crab soup, tuna, leg of lamb, steak, fried squid, shrimp and grit. The streets of the Old Town point to Charleston

If you are at Mount Pleasant on Tuesday afternoon, stop at the Farmers Market at Old Moultrie Middle School in West Coleman Blvd (Farmer& #39;s Market). A lot of flowers, herbs, local specialties and seafood can be found in this small market. Local grass or acoustic musicians will perform while shopping. Children of all ages can use snow cones and face painting, and the grill ensures that you won't be hungry before returning to the floating house. The market continues until the end of October, and the special holiday market and handicrafts exhibition will be held on December 8th from 10pm to 3pm.

In the old town and on the creek, shopping in the area offers a variety of delightful goods and, in some cases, a great deal of local history. In the village, Utonga Gallery offers a unique collection of Shona (Zimbabwe) sculptures. The Out of Hand Gallery next door is a feast of commemorative cards, gifts and treasures to commemorate your visit. At the Charleston Candle Cottage on West Coleman Boulevard, customers can chat with hostess Rachel. There is a post office behind to mail the art card to the folks. There are also many candle choices here. Behind the candle hut, watch the local artist Steven Jordan's favorite lowland scenery of watercolors and oil paintings.

Opposite Mill Street, there are a variety of shops in the House of Commons. For the correct stationery and postcards, check out the scratch pad. Sue Tanis offers a variety of fascinating and interesting localized gifts, stationery and appropriate invitations. At the end of Mill Street, the hostess and local history expert Lou Edens provided a selection of gifts, a collection of home furnishings, and in the fifth season provided the region with generous help from the local history. The building owns and operates the Maritime Museum next door for many years and has a Rice Hope Plantation B&B on the Cooper River.

Sem Creek Marina is opposite the fifth season of Mill Street. Sailing boats cannot sail under the bridge, and the terminal specializes in long-term dry dock storage for small dry vessels. The old Maritime Museum building is next door and is now home to the recent coastal expedition kayaking tour. Coastal Expeditions offers kayaking trips to Shem Creek and a year-round passenger ferry trip to Bull Island.

There are also two restaurants on this side of Shem Creek. The Shem Creek Bar & Grill offers stunning views of the marshes from the outdoor marina bar and indoor back porch. In the main restaurant, the bow bar is unique, reminding everyone who enters here that boating is first love. This family-style restaurant offers a variety of seafood and low country cuisine. The new Creekside Bar&Grill next door offers low-cost cuisine and outdoor rooftop seating overlooking the creek.

The history of the area can be easily found in a week. After dinner, watch the sunset on the wing of the shrimp boat, take a stroll on the pier of the river, spend time exploring the local shops, and attract visitors to this charming attraction near Charleston. The kayaking tour will clarify the protection of the Creek, and the conversation with Red's locals will further increase your visit here. Take a look at the many wonders of Shem Creek and Old Town Mt. The good news is that it is too late to remember things.



Charleston Harbor Marina Resort

Patriot Point Road 20

Mount Pleasant, South Carolina 29464


Toll-free: 888-856-8333


Toll-free (888) 856-0028

Flash Creek Inn

1401 shrimp boat

Nanshan Pleasant

(843) 881-1000


Charleston Harbor Pier

24th Patriot Road.

Metric tons. South Carolina, pleasant, 29464

Office Phone: (843) 284-7062

Mobile: (843) 297-2949 or (843) 297-2948

Fax: (843) 856-8540

Patriot Point Link to Port Charleston

Patriots nod one

Metric tons. Pleasant, SC 29464

Phone: 843.881.0042

Fax: 843.881.0044

Toll-free: 877.709.5053



1407 Shrimp Boat Lane

Metric tons. South Carolina, pleasant, 29464

Book 843.884.4074

Vickery's bar and grill

1313 Shrimp Boat Ln Shrimp Boat

Mt Pleasant, SC 29464

(843) 884-4440

Red Man Ice House

98 Church Street

Metric tons. Pleasant, SC 29464


Flash Creek Bar and Grill

508 Mill St

Mt Pleasant, SC 29464

(843) 884-8102

Creek barbecue

508 Mill Street

Metric tons. Pleasant, SC 29464


Old Village Post Office

101 Pitt Street

Metric tons. Pleasant, SC 29464



Patriot Point Naval Maritime Museum

Patriot Point Road 40

Mount Pleasant, South Carolina 29464

866-831-1720 toll free number


Angie Bennett, Group Business / Visitor Service

866-831-1720 toll free number

Aqua Safaris, Inc. (Palmetto Breeze)

24th Patriot Road.

Metric tons. Pleasant, SC 29464

800-524-3444, 843-886-8133

Coastal adventure

514 B Mill Street

Metric tons. Pleasant, SC 29464


Fishing charter

Water adventure

Capan Chuck Griffin



Captain Rick Hitt’s Offshore Fishing Charter

(843) 412-6776 cells

Or (843) 554-9386 homepage


East Cooper Shuttle

Elaine: 843-343-0484

John: 843-327-4700

Water taxi

Charleston Water Taxi

843) 330-CWTX (2989),

One way $5

Round trip: $8

Full-day ticket: $12.


Steven Jordan Gallery

409 W.Coleman Blvd and

Taoyuan Square Plaza 423 W.Coleman Blvd


Wutongjia Art Museum

113 Pitt Street

Metric tons. Pleasant, SC 29464

800 732 4306

(843)216 7686


out of control

Pitt Street 113C

Metric tons. Pleasant, SC 29464


Fifth season

510 Mill Street

Metric tons. Pleasant SC 29464



409 Mill Street

Metric tons. Pleasant, SC 29464