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Moncks Corner

Moncks Corner

Unveiling the beauty of South Carolina’s Lowcountry, Moncks Corner unfolds like a secret whispered through moss-draped oaks. Here, history whispers from charming streets, while the pulse of a friendly community beats strong. Those seeking a haven rich in nature and brimming with opportunity will find Moncks Corner an idyllic place to root down.

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Why Moncks Corner is loved by many

Moncks Corner holds a special place in the hearts of many due to its captivating natural beauty and serene charm. Nestled amidst the lush landscapes of South Carolina, this quaint town offers a tranquil escape from the hustle and bustle of city life. The meandering Cooper River, with its tranquil waters and picturesque surroundings, provides the perfect setting for outdoor enthusiasts to indulge in activities such as fishing, boating, and kayaking. Nature lovers are drawn to the numerous parks and nature reserves scattered throughout the area, where they can explore scenic trails, observe wildlife in their natural habitat, and immerse themselves in the peaceful ambiance of the outdoors.

Moreover, Moncks Corner boasts a rich biodiversity, with its diverse ecosystems ranging from pristine wetlands to dense forests, attracting a myriad of plant and animal species. The Francis Marion National Forest, located just a stone’s throw away, offers endless opportunities for adventure seekers to hike, camp, and discover hidden gems tucked away in its wilderness. Beyond its natural allure, Moncks Corner also exudes a sense of community and Southern hospitality, where locals warmly welcome visitors and share their love for this charming town. Whether it’s savoring delicious Southern cuisine at local eateries, browsing quaint shops downtown, or simply taking in the breathtaking sunsets over the river, Moncks Corner captivates the hearts of all who are fortunate enough to experience its beauty.


Best place to eat in Moncks Corner

Dog and Duck

It all started way back in 2001 when Rod Bradley was tending bar at TBONZ in Mount Pleasant, and one of his favorite regulars, Jeff Brown, asked if he was interested in partnering with him to open a pub. Jeff had lots of experience with breakfast and lunch spots but no experience on the bar side, while Rod had bar experience and a degree in Hospitality Management. Now, they needed someone with extensive kitchen knowledge. Enter a bright 24-year-old Andy Reed. Andy had diverse experience from working in a variety of kitchens in the area.


The three worked together to develop a menu, design a space, and establish a culture of fun! “We wanted to create a pub where family and friends could gather and feel like they were a part of our family!”


The flagship Dog & Duck was opened in the Belle Hall Shopping Center on Long Point Road, and it was immediately welcomed by the community. Featuring great food, a fun atmosphere, and friendly service, it became the place to be for lunch, dinner, late-night snacks, and drinks with friends.


In 2004, the team decided to take the successful formula up to Summerville. In 2008, Rod and Jeff amicably parted ways, with Rod buying Jeff out of Belle Hall and Jeff taking over the Summerville location. Summerville, while not associated with the other Dog & Ducks, is still going strong and retains the name.


In 2008, Dog & Duck Park West opened in Mount Pleasant, where they became that area’s favorite neighborhood pub. The Clements Ferry Road location followed in 2019, and in 2023, the Moncks Corner location opened.

Añejo Tacos & Tequila

At Añejo Tacos & Tequila, we’re passionate about bringing the vibrant and delicious flavors of Mexico to Moncks Corner. With a diverse menu, crafted cocktails, and a warm, welcoming atmosphere, we’re your go-to destination for an authentic Mexican dining experience.

Capy’s Italian Restaurant

Indulge in the cozy charm of CAPY’S, an intimate Italian spot in the heart of Moncks Corner. Our rustic setting and traditional menu offer authentic comfort food, from hearty pasta to various oven-baked delights. With soft lighting and vintage touches, every visit is a brief escape to the heart of Italy.

Best things to do in Moncks Corner

Cypress Gardens

Cypress Gardens SC, a 175-acre swamp garden, is located about 30 minutes from downtown Charleston in Moncks Corner. The gardens were originally a freshwater reserve for the nearby rice plantation, Dean Hall. Visitors can enjoy the Butterfly House and observe the different stages of a butterfly’s life cycle, or visit the Swamparium, where large tanks feature fish, amphibians and reptiles native to the South Carolina Lowcountry. Visitors can also rent a swamp boat to paddle along a marked trail, possibly spotting alligators, birds and turtles, or take a stroll along the 3.5 miles of walking trails that loop through the swamp and gardens. These amazing gardens were used in several movies, including scenes from The Notebook, Cold Mountain and The Patriot.

Old Santee Canal Park

Opened in 1989, the 195-acre park commemorates the building of the first true canal in America and showcases the area’s extensive history and habitat. Among its attractions are the Stony Landing House, built in 1843, and four miles of boardwalks that meander through the quiet backwaters of Biggin Creek and its surrounding swamp. The park’s centerpiece is its Interpretive Center that chronicles the area’s history as far back as 4000 B.C. Beyond its historical offerings, the park has become a popular destination for bird watchers, hikers, paddlers and other outdoor enthusiasts.

Mepkin Abbey

Mepkin Abbey is a community of Roman Catholic monks established in 1949 on the site of the historic Mepkin Plantation located on the Cooper River, north of Charleston, South Carolina. Founded by the monks of Gethsemani in Kentucky, the brothers of Mepkin belong to the worldwide Order of Cistercians of the Strict Observance popularly known as Trappist. Following The Rule of St. Benedict, the monks at Mepkin Abbey devote their lives to prayer, spiritual study, work and hospitality. Living by the work of their hands, the monks provide a livelihood for themselves and the poor.

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