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Southern Hospitality Awaits You!

In the Summerville, South Carolina (northwest of Charleston) Crestview Mobile Home Park has created a premier 55+ community. The focus is its natural southern setting of oaks and pines, the magnificent and spacious lots and the relaxed atmosphere.

Our residents enjoy an active social calendar at our recreational facility with coffee klatches, potluck dinners, bingo, billiards, exercise programs and more. Crestview Mobile Home Park offers patio pads for outdoor cooking and off street parking. Our residents can feel secure with a gated entrance and hospitals and agencies just minutes away.

Crestview Mobile Home Park offers beauty, peace and tranquility, a recreation hall with swimming pool and spa, paved well-lit streets and a gated entrance as well as on-site professional management and much more.

Surrounding Community

The charming cities of Summerville and Charleston have something for everyone. Fantastic shopping, restaurants, championship golf courses and fresh or saltwater fishing are close by.

Charleston, South Carolina is the largest and by far the most facinating historic city in the United States. The people who first came to Charleston were shipbuilders, traders, merchants, politicians and statesmen. They were free-thinkers who set the tone for a nation. More writers and signers of the Declaration of Independence came from Charleston than any other area.

Points of Interest

Fort Sumter is where the Civil War began.

Patriots Point is home of the Patriots Point Naval and Maritime Museum and a fleet of National Historic Landmark ships, including the USS YORKTOWN, Cold War Memorial and the only Vietnam Support Base Camp in the U.S. Patriots Point is also headquarters to the Congressional Medal of Honor Society and the agency's official Medal of Honor Museum.

Old City Market, watch ladies weave sweet grass baskets.

The Citadel is the military college of South Carolina and was founded in 1842.  Citadel cadets fought in eight engagements of the Civil War.