South Carolina population density map based on 2010 Census. Wikimedia Commons.
Explore physical, political, historical, and thematic maps of South Carolina.
- South East Maps
Here are lots of maps of South Carolina and other areas of the Southeast.
- Map of the Appalachia Region
The Appalachian region is made up of several different areas along the Eastern Coast of the United States.
- Reference Map
Here is an easy to print map of South Carolina.
- Natural State-Maps
These aerial views show what regions of South Carolina look like from 20,000 feet up.
- Rivers and Lakes Map of SC
This easy to print map shows all of South Carolina's waterways and lakes.
Explore these maps that show political boundaries made by people, such as counties, regions, cities, and more.
- South Carolina County Map
Check out this map of all 46 counties in South Carolina.
- Maps of Greenville, SC
Here are several maps of Greenville, SC. City maps are good for finding addresses and roads.
- South Carolina Regions
Find out which region you live in!
- Tourism and Vernacular Regions
Have you heard of the Midlands, the Pee Dee, or the Grand Strand?
View these maps that show a particular subject or theme, such as population, weather, agriculture, and more.
- Earthquake Intensity Map
This map shows the highest likely earthquake intensity in a county.
- SC Persons by Square Mile
Does your county have a high density of people or a low density?
- Commodity Map
This vibrant map shows major commodities are produced in each county.
|Detail of Columbia and Camden in the Railroad Map of South Carolina by Jed. Hotchkiss, T.E., Stanton, Va., 1880. Courtesy of the Library of Congress.|
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.
- Colonial Dorchester
The town of Dorchester was a small community that disappeared after the Revolutionary War.
- Map of Charleston, 1704
Explore eight blocks of early Charleston.
- Birds’ Eye View of Columbia, 1872
View a drawing of the capital city after the Civil War.
- Railroad map of South Carolina, 1880
What towns were connected by railroad by 1880?
- Historical maps of SC
The earliest of these maps was drawn in 1683!
Just for Fun
Try the Daily Geography questions, zoom in on the interactive map, and print out the Fold-a-Map for a unique map feature.