Town of Cheraw Office of Tourism

200 Market ST

Cheraw, SC 29520

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Phone: (843) 537-8425

City: Cheraw

Region: Midlands

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Town of Cheraw Office of Tourism

Town of Cheraw Office of Tourism offers economic, visitor and relocation information on the town of Cheraw. This beautiful town is historically and culturally rich and is a wonderful place to visit or for those who are looking for a new place to call home or start a business.

Cheraw is located in the northeastern midlands of South Carolina, 40 minutes from I-95 at Florence or Dillon, 85 miles northeast of Columbia, SC, and 75 miles southeast of Charlotte, NC. Cheraw is easily reached by SC 9, US 52 or US 1.

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