Need a Moving Truck Rental to or from Charleston?
Considering a full-service moving truck rental? Try Estes SureMove instead.
Estes SureMove is the smart alternative to a full-service moving truck rental to or from Charleston—or the surrounding area including Mount Pleasant, North Charleston and Goose Creek. And SureMove makes it simple. Whether your move is interstate or cross country, here's how it works:
- We drop off one of our spacious trailers at your home.
- You pack and load it with your household goods.
- We take the trailer to your new residence.
- You unload your belongings, move in…and save!
Nicknamed The Holy City because of its many churches and houses of worship, Charleston is located a bit more than halfway down South Carolina's coastline where the Cooper and Ashley rivers flow into the ocean. And if you like history, this city is definitely for you. Charleston was founded way back in 1670 as part of England's Carolina colony!
Charleston's population of around 125,000 makes it the second largest city in the state. In addition to being a popular tourist destination and a favorite of vacationers and honeymooners, Charleston has been a major East Coast seaport for over 300 years. And over the centuries, Charleston residents have seen a lot in their city—including the first shots of the Civil War…plus the British occupation during the Revolutionary War.
Charleston's climate is often rainy, with hot summers and mild winters. But when the weather is nice enough to venture outdoors, be sure to get out of the house to enjoy a few of the city's 120 parks. Other favorite activities include golf, swimming, fishing, sailing and kayaking (you are by the water, after all!). You should also explore Charleston's historic neighborhoods including The French Quarter, Historic District, Mount Pleasant, Upper King and North Charleston.
The home of America's first theater and a hotbed of the arts, Charleston was recognized in 2010 as one of the nation's top cities for theater. So why not catch a show at The Dock Street Theatre, The Village Playhouse or The Footlight Players?
Other attractions you shouldn't miss (or you'll want to see one more time if you're leaving Charleston) include The Charleston Museum, The Battery, Fort Sumter, The Market Hall and Sheds, the South Carolina Aquarium, The Citadel and Rainbow Row.
Are you—or someone you know—one of the many people who will be moving to or from Charleston or the surrounding area this year? Then make sure that your move is a SureMove. Just call SureMove toll-free at 866-347-2260 for more information about how we can help you with your Charleston interstate or cross country move.