McCormick County is the smallest county by land area (359 square miles) in South Carolina, United States. The estimated population of the county according to the most recent US census data is 9,573. McCormick is the county seat and was named by the inventor Cyrus Hall McCormick. The town was known as “A Sportsman’s Paradise“.
McCormick is located in the southwestern part of Greenwood county with local landmarks that include Lake Thurmond and Savannah Lakes Village. Nearby cities of McCormick are Greenwood, SC, Evans, GA, and Martinez, GA.
McCormick climate is very hot during summer when the average high temperature reaches 80 degrees Fahrenheit and very cold during winter when the average low temperature reaches 40 degrees Fahrenheit. July is the hottest month at 91 degrees Fahrenheit and January is the coldest at 37 degrees Fahrenheit. March is the wettest month with 4.7 inches of rain and April is the driest month with only 2.9 inches of rain.
McCormick is one of the smallest towns in South Carolina but it offers wonderful places to visit for outdoor recreational activities for those people who love adventures. Getting some fresh air and enjoying nature at Savannah Valley Railroad Trail or learning about the local history with family and friends at Heritage Gold Mine Park are the things you shouldn’t miss.
- Savannah Lakes Medical Center – Family HealthCare
Savannah Lakes Medical Center is a healthcare system located in Mc Cormick, SC that specializes in Family Medicine and Specialty Care, owned and operated by Self Regional Healthcare System.