Pine Island (in Horry County, SC) Populated Place Profile


Pine Island (GNIS FID: 1227961) is a populated place located in Horry County at latitude 33.737 and longitude -78.926.

The elevation of Pine Island is 26 feet. Pine Island 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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Forestbrook, SC (1.9 miles WSW)
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Surfside Beach, SC (9.5 miles SSW)
Conway, SC (9.9 miles NW)
Briarcliffe Acres, SC (11 miles ENE)
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Atlantic Beach, SC (12.9 miles ENE)

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Cypress Creek, SC (1.4 miles WSW)
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Westwood Estates, SC (1.9 miles WNW)
Tarpon Bay, SC (1.9 miles WSW)
Pinelands, SC (1.9 miles WSW)
Villa Woods, SC (2.4 miles WSW)
Hunter Fields, SC (2.4 miles WSW)
Brookgate, SC (2.4 miles SW)
The Landing at Plantation Point, SC (2.7 miles E)
Ramsey Acres, SC (2.7 miles SSE)

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