In this paper, one-dimensional ZnS nanostructures were fabricated in a conventional tube furnace by physical vapor deposition method using commercial ZnS powder as the starting materials. The morphologies, microstructures of the products were characterized. The results revealed that the products showed different morphology in different deposition temperature area. The growth mechanisms of the products were also discussed. The nanowires and triangular nanosheets formed via a vapor-liquid-solid process, while the nanobelts formed via a vapor-solid process. The key factors which influenced the morphologies of the products were discussed.