WHY IS ORANGEBURG THE PERFECT PLACE TO LIVE, WORK & RAISE A FAMILY?
Quality of Life
Located between Charleston and Columbia, we enjoy quick access to “big city” conveniences while living in an area of unsurpassed natural beauty. This is a place where it’s easy to get away from it all without ever having to leave home.
From our moss-draped oak trees; abundant golf courses; lakes stocked with bass, bream, catfish and trout; extensive forests, to the numerous cultural opportunities available, it is easy to take a breather from the rat race whenever you choose.
Some residents choose to work in Charleston or Columbia, but Orangeburg is home to more than 100 manufacturers and distributors and has seven industrial parks, so local employment opportunities abound.
The people here exhibit Southern charm and grace for which our state is famous. Some folks just never find the need to leave but if you do want to explore farther afield, Myrtle Beach is only about 2 hours away and the mountains of western North Carolina are about 2.5 hours away. Orangeburg is home to a municipal airport and the Columbia Metropolitan Airport is less than an hour away.
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COST OF LIVING COMPARISON
City of Orangeburg population (2010 census): 13,964
15-mile radius from City of Orangeburg population (2010 census): 72,912
30-mile radius from City of Orangeburg population (2010 census): 183,246
45-mile radius from City of Orangeburg population (2010 census): 874,251
Orangeburg County population (2010 census): 92,501
Total number of businesses in City of Orangeburg (2012 economic census): 752
Total number of businesses in Orangeburg County (2012 economic census): 5,587
Average sales price of residential listings sold during 2019 in the Orangeburg area’s MLS (Palmetto MLS): $130,555
Orangeburg Country Club
Orangeburg Country Club, situated on the Edisto River, is one of the premier country clubs in the Midlands. The Club offers exceptional recreational activities such as golf and tennis with a pristine, 18-hole course and exceptional clay courts. The olympic sized swimming pool is kid-friendly with slides and is perfect to cool off in. The Club also offers superb dining options and hosting of special events from weddings to social events. There’s something here for the entire family to enjoy! Learn more here.
State of South Carolina
County of Orangeburg
City of Orangeburg
Department of Public Safety (City)
SC Dept of Motor Vehicles
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Sports & Recreation
Parks & Recreation Dept. (City)
Orangeburg County YMCA
Hillcrest Golf Course (City)
Country Club of Orangeburg
Santee Cooper Golf
Santee National Golf Club
Santee State Park-website 1
Edisto River, the longest blackwater river in the world
Children’s Spray Park
Entertainment & Attractions
Orangeburg County Fine Arts Center
Orangeburg Part-Time Players / Blue Bird Theater
Orangeburg Festival of Roses
Edisto Memorial Gardens
Children’s Garden Christmas (Edisto Memorial Gardens)
Horne Wetlands Park (Edisto Memorial Gardens)
I.P. Stanback Museum & Planetarium (S.C. State University)
Revolutionary & Civil War conflict sites
Elloree Heritage Museum
Grand American Coon Hunt
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