Map South Carolina State for Printing

A general overview of some of the main cities, ports, towns, and principal roads in South Carolina, USA.

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Main Cities:

  1. Columbia:
    • As the state capital, Columbia is a central hub for government and commerce.
    • It is home to the University of South Carolina.
  2. Charleston:
    • Known for its historic charm and well-preserved architecture.
    • Features the historic district, waterfront parks, and cultural attractions.
  3. Greenville:
    • A rapidly growing city known for its vibrant downtown and outdoor activities.
    • Located in the Upstate region, near the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains.
  4. Myrtle Beach:
    • A popular coastal city known for its beaches, golf courses, and entertainment options.
    • A major tourist destination with a lively boardwalk and numerous attractions.
  5. Spartanburg:
    • An industrial city with a focus on manufacturing and automotive industries.
    • Home to several colleges and universities.


  1. Port of Charleston:
    • One of the largest and busiest seaports on the East Coast.
    • Handles containerized cargo, automobiles, and various goods.
  2. Port of Georgetown:
    • Located on the Winyah Bay, handling bulk cargo and forest products.


  1. Hilton Head Island:
    • A resort town known for its golf courses and beautiful beaches.
    • Located on an island off the southern tip of the state.
  2. Beaufort:
    • A charming coastal town known for its historic district and antebellum architecture.
    • Often considered one of the most beautiful towns in the South.
  3. Rock Hill:
    • A growing city in the northern part of the state.
    • Home to Winthrop University and known for its sports facilities.

Principal Roads:

  1. Interstate 26 (I-26):
    • Connects Charleston to Columbia and continues into other states.
  2. Interstate 85 (I-85):
    • Runs through the Upstate region, connecting South Carolina to Atlanta and Charlotte.
  3. Interstate 20 (I-20):
    • Crosses the state, connecting Columbia to Augusta, Georgia, and beyond.
  4. U.S. Highway 17:
    • Coastal highway running through Charleston and Myrtle Beach.
  5. U.S. Highway 321:
    • Connects Columbia to the Upstate region and into North Carolina.

These are just a few examples, and South Carolina has an extensive network of highways, roads, and small towns that contribute to its unique character and charm.

Author: Kirill Shrayber, Ph.D.

I have been working with vector cartography for over 25 years, including GPS, GIS, Adobe Illustrator and other professional cartographic software.

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