Alphabetical List of All Counties in South Carolina


There are a total of 46 counties in the state of South Carolina. Among them, Beaufort County is the oldest one (established in 1769) while Allendale County is the youngest (established in 1919).  With population of 498,766, Greenville County is the most populated. The biggest county by land area is Charleston County (3,517 km2) and the smallest is Calhoun County (1,015 km2). Below please see all South Carolina counties which are listed in alphabetical order.

  1. Abbeville County, SC
  2. Aiken County, SC
  3. Allendale County, SC
  4. Anderson County, SC
  5. Bamberg County, SC
  6. Barnwell County, SC
  7. Beaufort County, SC
  8. Berkeley County, SC
  9. Calhoun County, SC
  10. Charleston County, SC
  11. Cherokee County, SC
  12. Chester County, SC
  13. Chesterfield County, SC
  14. Clarendon County, SC
  15. Colleton County, SC
  16. Darlington County, SC
  17. Dillon County, SC
  18. Dorchester County, SC
  19. Edgefield County, SC
  20. Fairfield County, SC
  21. Florence County, SC
  22. Georgetown County, SC
  23. Greenville County, SC
  24. Greenwood County, SC
  25. Hampton County, SC
  26. Horry County, SC
  27. Jasper County, SC
  28. Kershaw County, SC
  29. Lancaster County, SC
  30. Laurens County, SC
  31. Lee County, SC
  32. Lexington County, SC
  33. Marion County, SC
  34. Marlboro County, SC
  35. McCormick County, SC
  36. Newberry County, SC
  37. Oconee County, SC
  38. Orangeburg County, SC
  39. Pickens County, SC
  40. Richland County, SC
  41. Saluda County, SC
  42. Spartanburg County, SC
  43. Sumter County, SC
  44. Union County, SC
  45. Williamsburg County, SC
  46. York County, SC