National Register of Historic Places in South Carolina. 8 January 2010. Wikimedia Commons.
Explore physical, political, historical, and thematic maps of South Carolina.
Take a look at these maps that show the physical features of South Carolina, such as mountains, rivers, elevation, and more.
- Historical Soil Survey Maps of South Carolina
Take a look at these soil maps done by the US Department of Agriculture to find out what kinds of soil are in your community.
- Topographic Maps of SC 1888-1975
These maps were produced by the US Geological Survey and show topography and selected place names.
- Reference Map
Here is an easy-to-print map of South Carolina.
- Geologic Map of SC
Find out the age and significant structural features of the land beneath our feet.
Explore these maps that show political boundaries made by people, such as counties, regions, cities, and more.
- Maps 1916-1970
Use these maps to see how political boundaries in South Carolina have evolved.
- South Carolina County Map
Can you remember where all 46 counties are located?
Detail from A Map of South Carolina by H. S. Tanner, Engraver, 1822.
Take a look at maps that show how South Carolina and its cities have looked in the past.
- Historic Maps of South Carolina
Here you can find lots of historic maps of South Carolina, starting from 1733.
- Mapping Charleston
Discover how the city of Charleston has changed since its founding in 1670.
- South Carolina Web of Water Maps
Explore the waterways of South Carolina.
- Sanborn Fire Insurance Maps
These maps show detailed information about cities and buildings.
- Colonial Maps
Here are lots of maps from 1671-1769.
- SC Maps
Take a look at this unique collection of historical South Carolina maps.