South Carolina Highway 261

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SC Highway 261 marker

SC Highway 261
Route information
Maintained by SCDOT
Length: 117.4 mi (188.9 km)
Existed: 1926 – present
Major junctions
West end: US 521 near Boykin
  SC 513 near Outland
SC 41 / SC 51 in Hemingway
SC 512 in Indiantown
US 52 / SC 377 / SC 527 in Kingstree
US 521 / I‑95 / SC 260 / US 301 in Manning
US 15 in Paxville
SC 120 in Pinewood
SC 763 in Wedgefield
US 76 / US 378 in Stateburg
East end: US 701 in Yuhannah
Highway system
SC 260 SC 262

South Carolina Highway 261 is a state highway in the U.S. state of South Carolina. It runs 117.4 miles (188.9 km) between Kershaw County to Yauhannah in Georgetown County.

Route description[edit]

South Carolina 261 starts to begin at US 521 near Boykin in Kershaw County and US 701 in Yuhannah in Georgetown County and concurrents with US 521 and US 52.

History[edit]

Three U.S. National Historic Landmark, the Millford Plantation, Borough House Plantation and Church of the Holy Cross, are located on the highway in the High Hills of Santee region of Sumter County.

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