Gowensville (in Greenville County, SC) Populated Place Profile


Gowensville (GNIS FID: 1251672) is a populated place located in Greenville County at latitude 35.115 and longitude -82.225.

The elevation of Gowensville is 1,053 feet. Gowensville appears on the Campobello U.S. Geological Survey Map. Greenville County is in the Eastern Time Zone (UTC -5 hours).

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Glassy, SC (4.9 miles W)
Brookwood Trailer Park, SC (4.9 miles NE)
Jordan, SC (5.1 miles SSW)
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Five Oaks, SC (5.1 miles NE)
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