Cheraw State Park
Open: Open all year
Number of Sites: 17
Number of Sites with Electric and Water: 17
Natural beauty and great golf come together at Cheraw State Park.
An 18-hole championship course winds its way through the long-leaf pinelands of the traditional state park, a course that’s earned notice from the Aubudon Society for the way it’s managed to preserve and protect the habitat it shares with uncommon critters such as red-cockaded woodpeckers and fox squirrels.
The park in South Carolina’s northeast corner also boasts Lake Juniper, a 300-acre impoundment built by the Civilian Conservation Corps during the Great Depression along with the park’s original cabins and picnic facilities.
A boardwalk along the lake helps visitors enjoy the scenic setting, and kayakers particularly enjoy silently scooting into the cypress wetlands at the lake’s edge.
From Cheraw:Take Hwy. 52 S. for approximately 4 miles, turn right at the park entrance.
From Charlotte:Take Hwy 74 east to Hwy 601 east. From Hwy 601, take Hwy 9 south to Cheraw. Take Hwy. 52 S. for approximately 4 miles, turn right at the park entrance.
To access the campground, go past the first park entrance to the second park entrance on Hwy 52.
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