Fairforest (in Greenwood County, SC) Populated Place Profile


Fairforest (GNIS FID: 1234105) is a populated place located in Greenwood County at latitude 34.168 and longitude -82.102.

The elevation of Fairforest is 574 feet. Fairforest appears on the Ninety Six U.S. Geological Survey Map. Greenwood County is in the Eastern Time Zone (UTC -5 hours).

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Nearby Cities, Towns & Census Designated Places

Greenwood, SC (3.9 miles WNW)
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Bradley, SC (11.6 miles SW)
Cross Hill, SC (11.7 miles NE)
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Nearby Neighborhoods, Subdivisions & Other Small Populated Places

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Sunset Acres, SC (1.4 miles W)
Parkwood, SC (1.4 miles NW)
McKellar Farms, SC (1.4 miles N)
New Market, SC (1.9 miles W)
South Greenwood, SC (1.9 miles W)
Mathews Heights, SC (2.4 miles SW)
Highland Forest, SC (2.4 miles SW)

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