Goose Creek, located about 20 minutes outside of Charleston, has become a very desirable place to live in the Lowcountry. It ranks as the state's 12th largest municipality with more than 39,000 residents. Goose Creek is the most densely populated city in Berkeley County. Its easy access to I-26 and its proximity to Charleston continue to make it a popular community in the region. The recreation amenities in Goose Creek include a golf course and country club, lakes, hiking and biking trails, and recreational areas.
Moncks Corner was a colonial trading post with a history that dates back to 1735. It was founded by landowner Thomas Monck, for whom the town was named. In 1853, Moncks Corner became an official scheduled stop on the North East Railroad and two buildings were subsequently built to accommodate freight and passengers.