ⓘ Smoaks, South Carolina

                                     

ⓘ Smoaks, South Carolina

Smoaks is located in northern Colleton County at 33°05′27″N 80°48′39″W. U.S. Route 21 passes through the town, leading north 28 miles 45 km to Orangeburg and south 31 miles 50 km to Yemassee. Walterboro, the Colleton County seat, is 18 miles 29 km to the southeast via US 21 and South Carolina Highway 64. South Carolina Highway 217 crosses US 21 in the center of Smoaks, leading west 8 miles 13 km to Lodge and east 11 miles 18 km to Interstate 95 near Canadys.

According to the census Bureau of the United States, Smoaks total area of 1.6 square miles 4.2 km2, all land.

                                     
  • Mariners, and Toronto Blue Jays. Smoak played baseball for Stratford High School and the University of South Carolina He made his debut with the Texas
  • Railroad Branchville Junction, South Carolina 16 miles away. By 1909, an eight - mile extension from Hampton to Smoaks South Carolina was completed and opened
  • Marion Hartzog Smoak born July 8, 1916 is a former Republican South Carolina State Senator who also served as United States Chief of Protocol under
  • highway in the U.S. state of South Carolina. The highway connects Lodge and Smoaks with rural areas of Colleton and Bamberg counties. SC 217 begins at an intersection
  • bluegrass banjoist to have come from that state. Smoak was born and raised on a farm in Round O, South Carolina and learned banjo playing from his parents.
  • The Cal Smoak Site, located in Bamberg County, South Carolina is the remains of an old farmstead. It is situated on a ridge that overlooks the Edisto
  • The South Carolina Gamecocks baseball team represents the University of South Carolina in NCAA Division I college baseball. South Carolina has perennially
  • Stratford High School is a high school located in Goose Creek, South Carolina United States. It serves grades 9 - 12 and is a part of the Berkeley County
  • Clarence Smoak Sr. September 18, 1930 - December 7, 2018 was an American politician in the state of South Carolina He served in the South Carolina House