Hand (in Horry County, SC) Populated Place Profile


Hand (GNIS FID: 1231362) is a populated place located in Horry County at latitude 33.856 and longitude -78.807.

The elevation of Hand is 33 feet. Hand appears on the Hand U.S. Geological Survey Map. Horry County is in the Eastern Time Zone (UTC -5 hours).

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Briarcliffe Acres, SC (6.1 miles SE)
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Myrtle Beach, SC (12.4 miles SSW)
Forestbrook, SC (12.7 miles SW)
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Wampee, SC (4.1 miles E)
Hammond, SC (4.3 miles NW)
Nixonville, SC (4.7 miles WSW)
Briarwood, SC (4.9 miles SSE)
The Forest, SC (5.1 miles SSE)
Skimmer Bay, SC (5.1 miles SE)
Chestnut Crossroads, SC (5.3 miles NNE)
Vaught, SC (5.5 miles S)

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