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South Carolina's Smallest Retirement Towns

South Carolina's Smallest Towns
  1. Smyrna, York, Cherokee County, population: 45
  2. Jenkinsville, Fairfield County, population: 46
  3. Peak, Newberry County, population: 64
  4. Govan, Bamberg County, population: 65
  5. Jamestown, Berkeley County, population: 72
  6. Tatum, Marlboro County, population: 75
  7. Cope, Orangeburg County, population: 77
  8. Plum Branch, McCormick County, population: 82
  9. Ulmer, Allendale County, population: 88
  10. Pelzer, Anderson County, population: 89
  11. Ward, Saluda County, population: 91
  12. Troy, Greenwood County, population: 93
  13. Pawleys Island, Georgetown County, population: 103
  14. Parksville, McCormick County, population: 117 (tie)
  15. Williams, Colleton County, population: 117 (tie)
  16. Lodge, Colleton County, population: 120
  17. Windsor, Aiken County, population: 121
  18. Smoaks, Colleton County, population: 126
  19. Luray, Hampton County, population: 127
  20. Lowndesville, Abbeville County, population: 128
  21. Rockville, Charleston County, population: 134
  22. Salem, Oconee County, population: 135
  23. Livingston, Orangeburg County, population: 136
  24. Blenheim, Marlboro County, population: 154
  25. Hodges, Greenwood County, population:

Population Numbers Source: U.S. Census Bureau • 2010 Census.




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