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South Carolina Highway 217 (SC 217) is a 15.3-mile-long (24.6 km) state highway in the U.S. state of South Carolina. The highway connects Lodge and Smoaks with rural areas of Colleton and Bamberg counties.

South Carolina Highway 217 marker

South Carolina Highway 217
Route information
Maintained by SCDOT
Length15.3 mi[1] (24.6 km)
Major junctions
West end SC 64 in Lodge
  US 21 in Smoaks
East end SC 61 near Canadys
CountiesColleton, Bamberg
Highway system
SC 216SC 219

Route descriptionEdit

SC 217 begins at an intersection with SC 64 (Bells Highway) in Lodge, within Colleton County, where the roadway continues as a local road through town. It travels to the east and crosses over Horse Bay on an unnamed bridge. This bridge marks the Bamberg County line. Almost immediately is a crossing of the Little Salkehatchie River. It begins a concurrency with SC 362 (Hunters Chapel Road). Just before the concurrency ends, the two highways re-enter Colleton County. SC 217 splits off to the east-northeast and crosses Hog Branch. In Smoaks, it crosses over Buckhead Creek and has a one-block concurrency with U.S. Route 21 (US 21; Low Country Highway). It heads to the east and crosses over Bear Branch. The highway curves to the northeast before meeting its eastern terminus, an intersection with SC 61 (Augusta Highway), at a point northwest of Canadys. Here, the roadway continues as Salcro Lane.[1]

Major intersectionsEdit

ColletonLodge0.00.0  SC 64 (Bells Highway) – Ehrhardt, Walterboro
Bamberg3.35.3  SC 362 north (Hunters Chapel Road) – BambergWestern end of SC 362 concurrency
Colleton4.06.4  SC 362 south (Lumber Road) – WilliamsEastern end of SC 362 concurrency
Smoaks8.413.5  US 21 north (Low Country Highway) – BranchvilleWestern end of US 21 concurrency
8.513.7  US 21 south (Low Country Highway) – YemasseeEastern end of US 21 concurrency
15.324.6  SC 61 (Augusta Highway) – Canadys
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

See alsoEdit


  1. ^ a b c Google (May 11, 2016). "South Carolina Highway 217" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved May 11, 2016.

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