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Originally settled on the Santee River at Waco Landing, Vance’s Ferry was an important link between Charleston, Camden and points in North Carolina and Tennessee. The town was moved a few miles from the river because the mosquito-infested swampland where it was previously located was considered unhealthy; therefore “Ferry” was dropped from the name. Access to the Santee Cooper lakes is less than five minutes away. Some of the best peaches in South Carolina are grown in Vance.
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Just 23 miles from Interstate 95, Varnville was originally known as "Dixie." One of the original founders of this quaint town was James Varn, who operated a saw mill. It was said that the aristocrats settled in Varnville.
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