Walterboro is positioned at the gateway to the South Carolina Lowcountry, in the middle of a triangle formed by Charleston, Savannah, and Columbia. Whether your business relies on the easy movement of goods, services, or people, a Walterboro location makes things simple. Our market access is outstanding, with proximity to major interstates, international and regional airports, and two of the nation’s leading ports.
Port of Charleston
50 miles from the Port of Charleston (via SC 64 and US 17)— the fourth-busiest container port in the United States with the deepest water in the Southeast.
Port of Savannah
70 miles from the Port of Savannah (via I-95 and US 17)— the largest single-terminal container facility in North America.
Interstates & Roads
- Walterboro is adjacent to I-95—the East Coast’s main north-south route—and is well established as a traditional stopping point for travelers and tourists.
- Less than 29 miles south of I-26, the major route inland to Columbia, Greenville, Ashville, and more.
- One hour North of I-16 to inland Georgia and I-75.
- Two exits on I-95 to downtown.
- SC Highway 63, 64, and US 17-A pass right through Walterboro and US-17 is less than 20 minutes away. This road spur gives Walterboro direct links to Charleston, Savannah, Summerville, Columbia, and Augusta.
Charleston International Airport
50 miles away from Charleston Airport with 116 daily flights to 14 Southeast, East Coast, and Midwest destinations; served by 5 major airlines.
Lowcountry Regional Airport
- Less than 5 minutes from downtown Walterboro.
- 3 runways, maximum length of just over 6,000 feet.
- ILS and ADS-B systems.
- 500+ airside acres ready for development.
- South Carolina’s largest general aviation airport.