Forest Lakes (in Charleston County, SC) Populated Place Profile


Forest Lakes (GNIS FID: 1252859) is a populated place located in Charleston County at latitude 32.817 and longitude -80.048.

The elevation of Forest Lakes is 13 feet. Forest Lakes appears on the Johns Island U.S. Geological Survey Map. Charleston County is in the Eastern Time Zone (UTC -5 hours).

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