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Internal data from LandWatch records $10 billion of South Carolina farms, ranches and other land parcels for sale. With tens of thousands of properties and rural land for sale in the state, LandWatch includes zero acres of land for sale in the state. The average price of land listings for sale in South Carolina is $374,649. Relative to the national total, South Carolina beats out the Peach State Georgiawhen it comes to its peach harvest (10 percent versus six). Other crop staples here include corn, cotton, and soybeans. The state has been ranked among the ten best states for retirement by Kiplinger. In terms of landmass, South Carolina is the country's 40th-largest state, covering 32,007 square miles (20 million acres). Wildlife species to be found on land for sale in South Carolina include whitetail deer, turkey, ducks, dove, and geese. Anglers can enjoy casting for bass and catfish.

The South Carolina landscape offers a diversity of terrain, from the mountains in its northwest corner to the beaches and waterways of the eastern coast. The state boasts 47 state parks covering 80,000 acres, where popular outdoor recreational activities include hiking, kayaking, fishing, and camping.
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More Information About South Carolina

South Carolina is the 40th state in size and the 23rd most populous state in the U.S. It is bordered by North Carolina to the north, by Georgia on the south and west, and by the Atlantic Ocean to the east. Columbia is the largest city and the capital, followed by the Greenville-Anderson-Mauldin metropolitan area. The name Carolina comes from King Charles I, as "Carolus" is Latin for "Charles." South Carolina is nicknamed "The Palmetto State," referring to the state tree, the sabal palmetto, which is common throughout the state.

Conifer forest is found throughout the entire state, and another feature is the Atlantic Coastal Plain, which is divided between the Outer and Inner Coastal Plains. The coast is divided into three areas: the Grand Strand, the Santee River Delta, and the Sea Islands. The coastline has many salt marshes and estuaries, and natural ports. The Sandhills are further inland, which are ancient dunes from South Carolina's original coast millions of years ago. The Fall Line marks the limit of navigable rivers and runs the boundary of the Sandhills and the Piedmont, with rolling hills and clay soil. The Blue Ridge Mountains are in the northwest corner of South Carolina. There are also many natural and man-made lakes, with Lake Marion being the largest.

Major agricultural products are tobacco, poultry, cattle, dairy products, soybeans, hay, rice, and swine. The state also produces textile goods, chemical products, paper products, machinery, automobiles, and automobile products. With its mild climate and large number of beaches and other natural and historic sites, tourism is also a large part of the economy in South Carolina. The state also benefits from foreign investment, with nearly 2,000 foreign-owned firms operating there.