Oconee County Chamber of Commerce

105 W South Broad ST

Walhalla, SC 29691

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Phone: (864) 638-2727

City: Walhalla

Region: Mountains

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Oconee County Chamber of Commerce

Called the Golden Corner, Oconee County sits in the northeastern corner of South Carolina with Georgia and North Carolina as our closest neighbors. The foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains border Oconee County that has waterfalls, rivers, hiking trails and beautiful lakes.

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