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Encyclopedia > List of towns in South Carolina

List of towns in South Carolina, arranged in alphabetical order.

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A

  • Allendale
  • Andrews
  • Arcadia Lakes
  • Atlantic Beach
  • Awendaw
  • Aynor

B

  • Bamberg
  • Batesburg-Leesville
  • Bethune
  • Blacksburg
  • Blackville
  • Blenheim
  • Bluffton
  • Blythewood
  • Bonneau
  • Bowman
  • Branchville
  • Briarcliffe Acres
  • Brunson
  • Burnettown

C

  • Calhoun Falls
  • Cameron
  • Campobello
  • Carlisle
  • Central
  • Central Pacolet
  • Chapin
  • Cheraw
  • Chesterfield
  • Clio
  • Clover
  • Cope
  • Cordova
  • Cottageville
  • Coward
  • Cowpens
  • Cross Hill

D

  • Donalds
  • Due West
  • Duncan

E

  • Eastover
  • Edgefield
  • Edisto Beach
  • Ehrhardt
  • Elgin
  • Elko
  • Elloree
  • Estill
  • Eutawville

F

  • Fairfax
  • Fort Lawn
  • Fort Mill
  • Furman

G

  • Gaston
  • Gifford
  • Gilbert
  • Govan
  • Gray Court
  • Great Falls
  • Greeleyville

H

  • Hampton
  • Harleyville
  • Heath Springs
  • Hemingway
  • Hickory Grove
  • Hilda
  • Hilton Head Island
  • Hodges
  • Holly Hill
  • Hollywood
  • Honea Path

I

  • Irmo
  • Iva

J

  • Jackson
  • Jamestown
  • Jefferson
  • Johnston
  • Jonesville

K

  • Kershaw
  • Kiawah Island
  • Kingstree
  • Kline

L

  • Lake View
  • Lamar
  • Lane
  • Latta
  • Lexington
  • Lincolnville
  • Little Mountain
  • Livingston
  • Lockhart
  • Lodge
  • Lowndesville
  • Lowrys
  • Luray
  • Lyman
  • Lynchburg

M

  • McBee
  • McClellanville
  • McColl
  • McConnells
  • McCormick
  • Mayesville
  • Meggett
  • Moncks Corner
  • Monetta
  • Mount Croghan
  • Mount Pleasant

N

  • Neeses
  • New Ellenton
  • Nichols
  • Ninety Six
  • Norris
  • North
  • Norway

O

  • Olanta
  • Olar

P

  • Pacolet
  • Pageland
  • Pamplico
  • Parksville
  • Patrick
  • Pawleys Island
  • Paxville
  • Peak
  • Pelion
  • Pelzer
  • Pendleton
  • Perry
  • Pine Ridge
  • Pinewood
  • Plum Branch
  • Pomaria
  • Port Royal
  • Prosperity

Q

  • Quinby

R

  • Ravenel
  • Reevesville
  • Reidville
  • Richburg
  • Ridgeland
  • Ridge Spring
  • Ridgeville
  • Ridgeway
  • Rockville
  • Rowesville
  • Ruby

S

  • St. George
  • St. Matthews
  • St. Stephen
  • Salem
  • Salley
  • Saluda
  • Santee
  • Scotia
  • Scranton
  • Seabrook Island
  • Sellers
  • Sharon
  • Silverstreet
  • Six Mile
  • Smoaks
  • Smyrna
  • Snelling
  • Society Hill
  • South Congaree
  • Springdale
  • Springfield
  • Starr
  • Stuckey
  • Sullivan's Island
  • Summerton
  • Summerville
  • Summit
  • Surfside Beach
  • Swansea
  • Sycamore

T

  • Tatum
  • Timmonsville
  • Trenton
  • Troy
  • Turbeville

U

  • Ulmer

V

  • Vance
  • Varnville

W

  • Wagener
  • Ward
  • Ware Shoals
  • Waterloo
  • West Pelzer
  • West Union
  • Whitmire
  • Williams
  • Williamston
  • Williston
  • Windsor
  • Winnsboro
  • Woodford

Y

  • Yemassee

See also:

South Carolina
List of cities in South Carolina
List of cities in the United States

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