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Experience true Southern history and culture with travel nursing jobs in South Carolina. See the enchanting cities of Charleston, Georgetown and Beaufort where, walking among the moss-draped oaks, you’ll feel like you’ve stepped onto the set of a movie. South Carolina has 280 miles of warm Atlantic coastline, so finding a sunny spot on a beautiful beach is never a problem. Explore the far northwestern region of the state, known as Upcountry, where the Blue Ridge Mountains begin and 12 state parks offer trails, rivers and lakes ready for outdoor adventure. View our available South Carolina travel nursing jobs below.
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Blue Ridge, Blue Ocean
The Blue Ridge Mountains lift the northwest corner of South Carolina to the state's highest elevations. This is the southwest edge of the Appalachians, where they mellow into oak-covered hills. Resident woodchucks whistle warnings at the approach of their enemy, the red fox, and in spring the under story is tinted with mountain laurel and rhododendron blossoms.
Stretching from the Blue Ridge eastward toward the Atlantic Coast is the gently rolling Piedmont. Because this plateau slopes toward the coast, rivers flow quickly through its reddish soil, creating whitewater opportunities for rafters, who enjoy the pine forests during quieter stretches of water.
Where the Piedmont meets the lower Atlantic Coastal Plain - known as the Low Country - the rivers drop suddenly over an escarpment called the fall line. The sea once washed against this escarpment, and the sands of ancient beaches remain as sandy soils and hills.
On the eastern side of the fall line, the influence of the coast produces typically Southern swamp lands with tupelos, bald cypresses, and moss-draped live oaks.