Caropine (in Horry County, SC) Populated Place Profile


Caropine (GNIS FID: 1243635) is a populated place located in Horry County at latitude 33.611 and longitude -78.989.

The elevation of Caropine is 23 feet. Caropine appears on the Surfside Beach U.S. Geological Survey Map. Horry County is in the Eastern Time Zone (UTC -5 hours).

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Nearby Cities, Towns & Census Designated Places

Surfside Beach, SC (1.4 miles ESE)
Garden City, SC (1.9 miles SW)
Socastee, SC (4.9 miles N)
Murrells Inlet, SC (5.1 miles SW)
Bucksport, SC (7.5 miles WNW)
Forestbrook, SC (7.9 miles NNE)
Myrtle Beach, SC (8 miles NE)
Pawleys Island, SC (14.5 miles SSW)
Red Hill, SC (14.6 miles N)

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Longleaf, SC (< 0.1 mile)
Oceanside Village, SC (1.4 miles S)
Pirate Cove, SC (1.9 miles SSW)
Ocean Pines, SC (1.9 miles SW)
Jamestown, SC (1.9 miles SSW)
Deer Track Villas, SC (1.9 miles NE)
Deerfield Plantation, SC (1.9 miles NNE)

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