Wando (in Berkeley County, SC) Populated Place Profile


Wando (GNIS FID: 1230460) is a populated place located in Berkeley County at latitude 32.934 and longitude -79.832.

The elevation of Wando is 16 feet. Wando appears on the Cainhoy U.S. Geological Survey Map. Berkeley County is in the Eastern Time Zone (UTC -5 hours).

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Nearby Cities, Towns & Census Designated Places

Mount Pleasant, SC (9.8 miles S)
North Charleston, SC (10 miles WSW)
North Charleston, SC (10 miles WSW)
Isle of Palms, SC (10.3 miles SSE)
Hanahan, SC (11.1 miles W)
Sullivans Island, SC (11.8 miles S)
Goose Creek, SC (12.1 miles WNW)
Charleston, SC (12.3 miles SSW)
Charleston, SC (12.3 miles SSW)
Awendaw, SC (14.6 miles ENE)

Nearby Neighborhoods, Subdivisions & Other Small Populated Places

Cainhoy, SC (< 0.1 mile)
Martins Point Landing, SC (2.7 miles S)
Philip, SC (3.4 miles SSE)
Charity, SC (5.1 miles NNW)
Yellow House Landing, SC (5.6 miles WSW)
Red Bank Landing, SC (6 miles WNW)
Chandler, SC (6 miles ESE)
Ten Mile, SC (6 miles ESE)
Woodville, SC (6 miles E)
Red Hill, SC (6.3 miles NNW)

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