Estill is a town in Hampton County, South Carolina, United States. The population was 2,040 at the 2010 census.Estill is located 52 miles North of Savannah, Georgia, 64 miles Northwest of Hilton Head Island, SC and 93 miles West of Charleston, SC. The major industries are timber and agriculture.
The town of Estill is located in the southern half of Hampton County. The town is named for Colonel John Holbrook Estill. Estill was formed in 1900 when the railroad, later Seaboard Air Lines Railroad, needed a rail line between Augusta, Georgia and Savannah, Georgia. Upon construction of the rail line, the new town of Estill was incorporated in 1905.
There are four schools in the town. Estill High, Estill Middle and Estill Elementary school all in which are apart of Hampton County's School District number two. There is also a private school called Patrick Henry Academy.