Loving Life in Mt. Pleasant 

Mount Pleasant, South Carolina has more than 300 years of history. From natives who enjoyed the bounties of the waters here through today, this town has thrived on the east side of the Cooper River where she rises on a high bluff.

Our site is dedicated to all the people across history who have contributed their blood, sweat, tears and toil to building this fabulous town. Today our city ranks as the 4th largest in our state and is one of the fastest growing ones in the US.

Homes For Sale in Mt. Pleasant

So many incredible new homes are available for sale in this water-centric town. Click through to see what’s on the market now.

Parks Galore

From Mt. Pleasant’s Waterfront Park on the Cooper River to Palmetto Islands County Park, there are beautiful parks for a fabulous afternoon of exploration.

Mount Pleasant Lifestyle


The advantages of life in Mount Pleasant include some of the Lowcountry’s most beloved features. No matter where you choose to live, you’re only moments away from Shem Creek, the Farmers’ Market, the historic old village, restaurants and shops.

Mount Pleasant Farmers Market

Mount Pleasant Farmers’ Market

Every Tuesday from April – September. Mt. Pleasant Farmers Market Pavilion (Moultrie Middle School), 645 Coleman Blvd, Mt Pleasant, SC 29464

Shem Creek Boardwalk

2,200 feet long, the boardwalk runs from Coleman Blvd to the mouth of the creek. Standing at the harbor end of the walkway, you can see the harbor.

Paddling Mount Pleasant

Paddle with dolphins and pelicans through the beautiful creeks and waterways of the village. Head out to Crab Bank or inland.

Area beaches near Mount Pleasant are close to Shell Landing

East Beaches

Sullivans Island and Isle of Palms are minutes away from any Mt. Pleasant resident. You can have toes in the sand in ~ 15 min!

Fine dining in Mt Pleasant is easy when you live at Shell Landing

Mount Pleasant Restaurants

Mount Pleasant’s award-winning restaurants serve a wide array of food. You can dine waterfront or find family-friendly farm to table spreads.

Stroll over the Cooper River Bridge

Ravenel Bridge

Walk or bike the Ravenel Bridge. It’s only minutes away from your home in Mt. Pleasant. Or meander Mount Pleasant’s favorite park along the Cooper River.

Convenient to Charleston

close to the historic district


Mount Pleasant is moments from  Charleston, South Carolina’s historic district and the world-class restaurants and cultural offerings for which this #1 ranked city is renowned.

Our Location


From Our Blog

Mount Pleasant’s Memorial Waterfront Park is an Area Favorite

Sunsets, Fishing, Celebrations and More Possible at the Park There’s probably not a person alive who dislikes walking along the waterfront watching the sunset.     View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Town of Mount Pleasant, SC (@experiencemp) on Aug 19, 2020 at 4:00pm PDT   In the shadow of the […]

Sweetgrass Baskets Are Works of Art

Sweetgrass baskets are coiled baskets “sewed” by African Americans who have preserved and cherished their tradition of creating these baskets from native grasses. The craft was brought to these shores during slavery times in the hearts, hands, and minds of those who were enslaved on rice growing farms in the area.

Oyster Roasts a Fall and Winter Celebration

If it’s fall, then oyster season has opened and folks are just waiting for cold weather to enjoy an oyster roast. The waters north of Mt. Pleasant are a great place for recreational oyster harvests. Learn more about hosting an oyster roast.

So Many Restaurants…

  Hungry? The only issue is choosing where to eat. Dining options in Mt. P include everybody’s faves like pizza and seafood to fine dining options. Eater offers up a list of some of their top choices which include Carmen y Juan’s, The Shellmore, Kanpai, Langdon’s and a few others. Long-standing faves such as Tavern […]

Mount Pleasant Farmers Market

  See you at the market… A weekly must do for Mount Pleasant residents is the Farmers Market. From jam, jellies, to tomatoes, okra, corn, and olive oils (and way, way more) there’s something for everyone. Check out these recent Instagram posts to get a flavor of this local favorite.   View this post on […]

Seewee People were First Residents

  Did you know that Mount Pleasant was home to native Americans the Seewees? According to Wikipedia,  The site of Mount Pleasant was originally occupied by the Sewee people, an Algonquian language-speaking tribe. The first English colonists arrived in 1680. They were under the leadership of “Captain Florentia O’Sullivan. Captain O’Sullivan had been granted 2,340 […]

Charleston is our backyard

  Charleston is usually thought of as the major city to Mount Pleasant’s suburbia, but we’d like to change that around. Charleston is the near-by city that we enjoy for dining out, history and art and culture events. There is no doubt that Charleston is a leader for amazing cultural events such as Spoleto Festival […]