Pinckney Crossroad (in Sumter County, SC) Populated Place Profile


Pinckney Crossroad (GNIS FID: 1227960) is a populated place located in Sumter County at latitude 33.993 and longitude -80.495.

The elevation of Pinckney Crossroad is 348 feet. Pinckney Crossroad appears on the Sumter West U.S. Geological Survey Map. Sumter County is in the Eastern Time Zone (UTC -5 hours).

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Nearby Cities, Towns & Census Designated Places

Oakland, SC (< 0.1 mile)
Cherryvale, SC (3.4 miles SE)
Stateburg, SC (3.4 miles SW)
Dalzell, SC (4.1 miles ENE)
Cane Savannah, SC (6.8 miles SSE)
Wedgefield, SC (7.1 miles S)
Rembert, SC (7.4 miles NNW)
Mulberry, SC (9.7 miles ESE)
Boykin, SC (9.9 miles NNW)
Sumter, SC (10.1 miles ESE)

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Springbank Hills, SC (< 0.1 mile)
Shaw Heights, SC (< 0.1 mile)
Catchall, SC (1.4 miles NNE)
Home Acres, SC (1.4 miles ESE)
Marden Ranchettes, SC (1.9 miles S)
General Sumter Estates, SC (1.9 miles S)
Carolina Mobile Home Park, SC (1.9 miles S)
Pecan Acres, SC (2.7 miles ENE)
Sanders Corner, SC (2.7 miles WNW)
Hillcrest, SC (3.4 miles NNE)

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