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Much like its neighbor, Charleston, Mount Pleasant, SC is a gorgeous little city draped in history. Indigenous tribes once called Mount Pleasant home, until the arrival of the European settlers in 1680. Since then, Mount Pleasant and many of the other towns nearby have played a vital role in the shaping of American history. The Revolutionary War and the Civil War both left their marks on the town of Mount Pleasant, evident by the large number of statues and memorials that dot the streets and public parks.

Mount Pleasant has certainly come a long way since its colonial heyday, blossoming into a charming port town surrounded by beautiful coastline and rivers. A fine balance of urbanized area and nature exists in and around Mount Pleasant due to the significance of the local ecosystem for a variety of wildlife. Cobblestone roads and elegant old plantation style houses are a hallmark of this southern gem, and the dining and shopping are excellent too.

Charleston International Airport is a great way to get to and from town, and the public transit system ensures that tourists can get move around the Charleston metro area with ease. When you book an RV in Mount Pleasant, you’ll be delighted by the southern hospitality and warmth emanating from the coastal city, as well as the sheer amount of historic sites and other attractions that await you when you head there for your next vacation.

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The public parks in Mount Pleasant leave little to be desired, even if there are only a few. Shem Creek Park sits on the water of Charleston Harbor. This wonderful little waterfront park has several connecting boardwalks spanning the wetlands, offering unencumbered views of the ships coming in and out of the harbor. This park is great for fishing too. There are a few other sports complexes and outdoor walking areas in Mount Pleasant, like Patriot’s Point.

Mount Pleasant Memorial Waterfront Park is one of the best and biggest parks in town, with amazing views of the two rivers that separate Mount Pleasant and Charleston. The Ravenel Bridge spans the river above the park, where playgrounds, wide open grassy areas, and other fun features make the waterfront park a popular place to go. Laurel Hill County Park is located within Mount Pleasant but administered by Charleston County; hiking, biking, and running on the open trails are great ways to see the forested areas.

You don’t need to travel far outside of town in your Mount Pleasant RV rental to see some pretty neat stuff. Isle of Palms County Park is right across the waterway separating Mount Pleasant from Sullivan Island. At Isle of Palms, a handicap accessible boardwalk is great for all people to see the spectacular Atlantic Ocean and the white sand beaches that line its edges. Beach volleyball courts and picnic areas enable visitors to fully enjoy the shore and get a tan while they are at it.

Bringing your Mount Pleasant motorhome rental to Manchester State Forest by Columbia is a solid idea if you want to enjoy some hiking. The storied Palmetto Trail runs through the forest in an effort to connect all of South Carolina for the benefit of hikers and cyclists. Francis Marion National Forest is almost directly north of town, named for the infamous revolutionary fighter Francis Marion who played a pivotal role in defeating the British and gaining independence. Off-road motorcycling, ATV riding, and horseback riding are fun ways to travel through this impressive swath of coastal forest, where low lying wetlands, swamps, and old forests blend to provide lush scenery.

Hunting Island State Park down south is a great place to post up and camp along the beach with your Mount Pleasant camper rental. This 5,000-acre barrier island features a 19th-century lighthouse open to the public, as well as a camping area for RVs, nature trails and boardwalks, and one of the top-ranked beaches in the country.

Savannah National Wildlife Refuge near Hilton Head and Savannah is worth the road trip if you have the time and don't mind heading farther south to the Georgia-South Carolina state line. Don’t forget to swing by Congaree National Park. This UNESCO Biosphere Reserve is an integral part of the Mid-Atlantic ecosystem.

City Sightseeing

When people rent an RV in Mount Pleasant or even neighboring Charleston, oftentimes they do so to gain a better understanding of the complex former colonial area. You can truly feel the gravity of the history in Mount Pleasant with every step you take along the cobblestone streets of Mount Pleasant’s historic old town. Lots of old buildings erected hundreds of years ago can still be seen and visited, like the Hibben House built in 1755 and the Pitt Street Pharmacy. The Charles Pinckney House is another wonderful architectural masterpiece, now serving as a museum recounting the evils of slavery. Boone Hall Plantation is worth visiting, if only for the pleasure of driving your Mount Pleasant RV rental through the massive avenue of oak trees that lead to the estate. This old plantation was the used for several film productions as a filming location due to its elegance and historical significance as a slavery plantation.

Patriots Point Naval & Maritime Museum, as well as the Patriots Point Cold War Submarine Memorial, are two of the best attractions in town, at one of the most beautiful locations on the harbor. The mighty USS Yorktown is permanently docked at Patriots Point serving as a living museum after being decommissioned from service. Fort Sumter National Monument is, of course, the primary place on most people’s list when arriving in the area because the first shots of the Civil War were fired at this military installation on an island in the harbor. The museum and guided tours given by park rangers offer a wealth of information to better understand the fort and its importance in one of the biggest wars in American history.

RV Parks to Visit

Upon arriving in town and picking up your Mount Pleasant travel trailer rental, you’ll soon enough see just how easy and enjoyable it can be to rent an RV in this lovely area. There are fueling stations that accommodate bigger vehicles, and a few Walmart Supercenters where you may be able to park overnight.

Mount Pleasant/Charleston KOA is in town. Here you can rent a bike and tour the massive property along with the adjacent Oakland Plantation. Charleston KOA is another park in the area and has a pool, snack bar, dog park, and more.

Oak Plantation Campground is another place to stay overnight with the motorhome rental near Charleston, complete with modern facilities, an inground pool, playgrounds, and many other fun features. Camping at Isle of Palms County Park over on Sullivan’s Island is an option too if you desire to be closer to the beach for epic sunrises and early morning swimming.

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