Union, SC

Union County is a county in South Carolina with an estimated population of 27,300 from the recent US census data. Union is the 35th largest county of South Carolina and its county seat is Union.


The city of Union is located in the northwestern part of South Carolina on the outskirts of Sumter National Forest, forming a western boundary using the US highway 178.


The climate in Union, South Carolina gets an average of 45 inches of rain per year, 224 sunny days per year, and 2 inches of snow per year. July is the hottest month with the highest temperature of 91 degrees Farenheight. January is the coldest month with the lowest temperature of 35 degrees Farenheight. March is the wettest month with 4.5 inches of rain.

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Famous Attractions

Planning to visit Union County in South Carolina? Well, there are a lot of places to visit and things to do while in Union, SC. The Rose Hill Plantation State Historic Site is one of the famous attractions to explore while in the city, a historic house that preserves the home of William H. Gist. If you love nature, don’t miss the Sumter National Forest as one of the two forests in South Carolina, or visit John D. Long Lake, a man-made lake that is 80 acres wide.

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Rose Hill Plantation State Historic Site
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John D. Long Lake

Health Care

  • Heartland Health Care Center – Union

Heartland Health Care Center is located on Rice Avenue in Union, South Carolina that provides short and long-term care to patients with individualized post-hospital skilled nurses.

  • Union Medical Center

Since 1921, Union Medical Center (former Wallace Thompson Hospital) was providing quality care and services to Union residents and nearby cities. UMC is one of the participating providers of most medical insurance plans. You can call your insurance company or UMC’s medical representatives to check if their facility is a provider of the plan.