City of Goose Creek

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519 N Goose Creek BLVD

Goose Creek, SC 29445

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Phone: (843) 797-6220

Region: Coastal & Islands

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City of Goose Creek

North of Charleston in Berkeley County sits Goose Creek, a quiet community with small town southern character. The Goose Creek area has drawn residents to the area since the late 1600s. The origin of the name is not known but it is believed to be named from the turns in the creek, thought to resemble a goose’s neck. The town includes the Goose Creek Church, one of the oldest in the state, inshore fishing charters and the annual Fabulous Fourth in the Creek celebration.

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