Crystal Lake (in Horry County, SC) Populated Place Profile


Crystal Lake (GNIS FID: 1243682) is a populated place located in Horry County at latitude 33.652 and longitude -78.954.

The elevation of Crystal Lake is 26 feet. Crystal Lake appears on the Myrtle Beach U.S. Geological Survey Map. Horry County is in the Eastern Time Zone (UTC -5 hours).

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Socastee, SC (3.4 miles NW)
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Garden City, SC (5.1 miles SW)
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Red Hill, SC (12.2 miles NNW)
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Nearby Neighborhoods, Subdivisions & Other Small Populated Places

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Deer Track Villas, SC (1.4 miles SSW)
Springmaid Beach, SC (1.9 miles E)
Ocean Lakes, SC (1.9 miles S)
Pebble Beach, SC (1.9 miles E)
Deerfield Plantation, SC (1.9 miles SW)
Platt Spring, SC (1.9 miles SSW)

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