Sunnyhill (in Kershaw County, SC) Populated Place Profile

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Sunnyhill (GNIS FID: 1235223) is a populated place LOCATED WITHIN the City of Camden. In turn, the City of Camden is located within Kershaw County.

Sunnyhill is located at latitude 34.289 and longitude -80.628. The elevation of Sunnyhill is 269 feet above mean sea level.

Since Sunnyhill is located within the City of Camden, all of the census and demographic data for residents of Sunnyhill are included as part of the information reported for City of Camden in the "Data" tab above.

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Nearby Cities, Towns & Census Designated Places

Camden, SC (3.1 miles SSE)
Lugoff, SC (5.5 miles SW)
Boykin, SC (12.2 miles SSE)
Elgin, SC (12.5 miles SW)
Rembert, SC (14.4 miles SSE)

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Sandy Springs, SC (< 0.1 mile)
Edgewood, SC (< 0.1 mile)
Kirkland, SC (1.4 miles ENE)
Windsor Heights, SC (1.4 miles SSW)
Peckwoods, SC (1.4 miles E)

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