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Florence County is an area rich in history, character, and southern charm. Florence, the county seat, was founded as a railroad terminal, and has developed into a regional center for healthcare and business, and also offers a variety of cultural opportunities including theater, symphony orchestra and ballet. At the same time, the area has preserved a small-town feeling with tree-lined streets and parks, adding to the pleasant lifestyle that citizens enjoy.
Georgetown, the county seat and third oldest city in the United States, is located on Winyah Bay at the confluence of the Great Pee Dee River, Waccamaw River, and Sampit Rivers. The area flourishes with history, charming neighborhoods, picturesque marshes, marine wildlife, and friendly people. Beautiful and relaxing, Georgetown is “home” to generations of families as well as routine vacationers.
Millions of visitors come every year to enjoy the wide, sandy beaches, the warm weather and the southern hospitality offered by Horry County. Communities such as Aynor, Conway and North Myrtle Beach have become a permanent home for more and more people, as they discover the pleasant lifestyles characterized by the area.
Marion County provides its residents with an extraordinary quality of life. This area is rich in history, natural resources and architectural beauty and is known for its warm Southern hospitality. You'll find a gracious historical setting with lovely communities, welcoming neighbors and family values that will quickly make you feel at home.
If history is your specialty, Williamsburg County has plenty to offer, including many Revolutionary War battlefields and lots of stories about General Francis Marion. The state’s longest designated scenic river, Black River, runs through the heart of this quaint community where natural preservation is a priority. And of note, the area is commonly referred to as the “Barbeque Capital of the World.