Cheraw is located in Chesterfield County
north of Florence
along Highway 9 on the banks of the Great Pee Dee River near the North Carolina state line. Cheraw is situated in Chester
field County in the northeast corner of South Carolina.
Cheraw is one of South Carolina's oldest and most picturesque inland towns. Cheraw is rich with gardens, parks and the architectural heritage of three centuries. Shop, golf, or enjoy the outdoor adventures the area has to offer.
There are more than 50 antebellum buildings and numerous Victorian and Revival structures scattered throughout the 213-acre Cheraw National Register Historic District. The Cheraw and Pee Dee Indians were the earliest known inhabitants of what is now Chesterfield County. During the Revolution, Cheraw was the center of much unrest sometimes being held by the British and sometimes by the patriots.