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South Carolina State #9 Highway Guide

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0.0
Town of Pageland, South Carolina.
Junction of SC.Highway #207 & SC. Highway #9 North to communities of Dudley, South Carolina and Monroe, South Carolina. Access to Highway #601 North to city of Charlotte, South Carolina.--For highway travel west via SC. highway #9 - See Milebymile.com - SC. highway #9 - Road Map Highway Travel Guide - City of Chester to City of Pageland, SC. for driving directions.

0.4
0.6
Junction of Highway #151
South to community of McBee, South Carolina. Services and fuel available at the highway - both gas and diesel - both sides of highway.
2.1
3.3
Alex Carnes Road
Access to airport.
9.1
14.6
Town of Mount Croghan, South Carolina

9.4
15.2
Junction of Highway #109 North
Access to communities of Wadesboro, South Carolina and Mount Gilead, South Carolina. Also junction of Highway #268 - South side of highway.
11.6
18.6
Town of Ruby

12.6
20.2
Junction of Highway #109 South
Access to community of Hartsville, South Carolina. Services and gas at the highway - North side.
12.9
20.7
View from highway
Driving East.
14.4
23.2
Junction of Highwy #265
Access to community of Jefferson, South Carolina - South side of highway.
16.6
26.7
City of Chesterfield. South Carolina
Western city limits.
17.0
27.4
Access to Chesterfield, SC. business district

17.1
27.5
Services and fuel available
South side of highway.
18.3
29.5
Junction of Highway #145
South to communities of McBee, SC. and Bethune, SC; North to Wadesboro, SC.
18.6
30.0
Junction of Highway #102
South to communities of Patrick, South Carolina and North Hartsville, South Carolina . Access to Coker College. Services and gas - South side of highway.
19.9
32.0
Point of Information
Crossing the Thompson Creek, South Carolina.
19.9
32.1
View from highway
Driving East.
26.0
41.8
Access to the airport
North side of highway.
26.6
42.8
City of Cheraw. South Carolina
Junction of Highway#9 Truck Route. Most of Cheraw's early settlers were English, Scots, French or Irish. Two of the earliest of these were James Gillespie and Thomas Ellerbe who started a trading center and water mill at the Cheraw Hills around 1740. Welsh Baptists later made their way up river.
28.8
46.3
Junction of Highway #52 North
Access to Wadesboro, South Carolina.
29.5
47.4
View from highway
Photo view looking at the South Carolina cotton fields.
31.1
50.1
Cheraw, South Carolina city limits
Eastern boundary. Attractions in and around Cheraw, South Carolina ; Cheraw's Historic District - Sandhills Sandblast Rally - Bluegrass in the Sandhills - Cheraw Spring Festival - The Cheraw Lyceum - The South Carolina Cotton Trail.
31.5
50.7
View from highway - Photo Cheraw, South Carolina. welcome highway sign.
Welcome to Cheraw, South Carolina!
31.8
51.1
Junction of Highway #1 North
Access to communities of Rockingham, South Carolina and Aberdeen, South Carolina.
31.9
51.4
Junction of Highway #9 Business Route and Highway #52
South to Darlington, South Carolina - Florence, South Carolina and Kingstree, South Carolina.
32.2
51.8
Junction of Highway #1 South
Access to the communities of Middendorf, SC. - Cassatt, SC. - and Camden, SC; access to the Sand Hills State Forest and the Carolina Sandhills National Wildlife Refuge. Access to the Cheraw State Park. Cheraw State Park uniquely combines outstanding recreational opportunities: equestrian trails, hiking and biking trails. Each campsite is packed gravel and has individual water and electrical hookups. The pull-through sites accommodate RVs up to 40 feet, others up to 34 feet. The campground is convenient to restrooms with hot showers. Six sites are waterfront on Lake Juniper, the park's 360-acre lake. A dump station is available for RVs.
32.7
52.7
View from highway
Point of Information - crossing the Great Pedee River, SC. Photo view taken while crossing this river. Note: This highway is also called the 'South Carolina Cotton Trail', which goes from I-95 to I-20. It traces the influence of cotton on the lives and towns of the rural south. Composed of 6 towns (Hartsville, Cheraw, Bishopville, Clio, Society Hillm and Bennettsville), the Trail visits market towns, cotton fields, museums, homesteads, and gardens. museums, gardens, market towns, cotton fields and homesteads.
33.7
54.2
Community of Wallace, SC.
Junction of Highway #1 North to Rockingham, SC. and Raleigh, SC. Services and fuel available at both sides of highway.
34.7
55.8
Junction of Highway #177 North
Access to community of Hamlet, South Carolina.
38.5
62.0
Community of Chavistown, South Carolina

39.6
63.7
Community of Wallacetown, South Carolina

39.8
64.0
Junction of Highway #912
South side of highway.
40.5
65.1
Point of Information
Crossing Naked Creek.
40.8
65.7
View from highway
Junction of Highway #79 North to community of Laurinburg, South Carolina.
44.4
71.5
Community of Bennettsville, South Carolina

44.9
72.2
Junction of Highway #9 Business Route
East of highway. Services available at the highway.
46.4
74.6
Point of Information
Crossing Crooked Creek, South Carolina.
46.7
75.2
Junction of Highway #385 North
Services, gas and diesel available at the highway.
47.2
76.0
Junction of Highways #15, #401 and #38
West to community of Society Hill, SC. Access Highway #15 to Hartsville, SC. and Sumter, SC; access Highway #401 down to Darlington, SC. and Florence, SC. Junction of Highway #38 West to Hamlet and East to Binghampton, SC. - Brownsville, SC. - and Marion, SC. Note: Highway #9 overlaps both #15 and #401 at this point.
48.1
77.4
Services and gas at the highway

49.2
79.1
Highway #9 leaves Highway #15 and #401 here
Both head North to community of Laurinburg, South Carolina.
51.3
82.5
Point of Information
Crossing the Cottingham Creek, South Carolina.
53.8
86.6
View from highway
Looking at the South Carolina cotton fields.
56.1
90.3
Community of Clio, South Carolina

56.5
91.0
Clio's, South Carolina business section
Junction of Highway #381 West to community of Blenheim, South Carolina.
59.4
95.6
Roadside turnout
Paved, no services - North side of highway.
61.2
98.5
Dillon County, South Carolina
Western county line.
63.6
102.3
View from highway
Note: This type of farm machinery is used for baling cotton.
68.4
110.0
Community of Little Rock, South Carolina
Junction of Highway #57 North.
71.2
114.5
City limits of Dillon, South Carolina

71.5
115.0
Junction of Interstate Highway #95
West to Florence, SC. and Manning, SC; East to Lumberton, SC.
73.1
117.6
Services and fuel at the highway
West side of highway.
73.3
117.9
Access to lodging
East side of highway.
75.0
120.7
City of Dillon
Main Street. Access to downtown histroical district of Dillon and the business section of Dillon. Junction of Highways #301 and #501 - North to communities of Hamer, SC. and Rowland, SC; South to Latta, SC.
75.8
122.0
Junction of Highway #57
Access to community of Mullins, SC.
77.1
124.0
Point of Information
Crossing Little Pee Dee Creek, South Carolina.
77.8
125.2
Access to communities of Avalon, SC. and Academy, SC.
North of highway. Services and fuel available North side of highway.
79.4
127.7
Access to Little Pee Dee State Park, South Carolina
South of the highway. The blackwaters of the Little Pee Dee River provide a tranquil setting for guests to enjoy at this regional state park. Thirty-two sites have water and electrical hookups, while 18 tent sites include individual water, no electricity. The campground is convenient to restroom facilities with hot showers.
82.6
133.0
View from highway
Driving East.
87.4
140.6
Town of Lake View, South Carolina
Western town limits.
88.0
141.6
Junction of Highway #41
North to community of Fairmont, SC; South to Ariel Crossroads, SC and Warsaw, SC.
88.1
141.7
View from highway
Driving East.
94.0
151.3
Marion County, South Carolina
Western county line.
95.5
153.7
Town of Nichols, South Carolina
Western town limits.
96.3
155.0
Junction of Highway #76
Access to community of Mullins, South Carolina. Note: Highway #76 joins Highway #9 at this point.
96.5
155.3
Services and gas available at highway.

97.3
156.6
Point of Information
Crossing the Lumber River, South Carolina.
97.4
156.8
Horry County, South Carolina
Northern county line.
98.0
157.7
Highway #76 leaves Highway #9 at this point.
North to community of Fair Bluff, South Carolina.
101.3
163.0
Access to community of Conway, South Carolina
Junction of Highway #19.
102.2
164.5
Community of Floyds Corner, South Carolina

105.2
169.3
Community of Mount Olive, South Carolina

106.0
170.6
Services and fuel at the highway
North side of highway.
109.2
175.7
Community of Green Sea, South Carolina
Junction of Highway #410 South to community of Bayboro, SC; North to Tabor City, SC and Chadbourn, SC. Junction of Highway #9 Business Route - South side of highway.
113.1
182.0
View from highway
Driving East.
115.7
186.2
Junction of Highway #701
South to communities of Loris, SC and Conway, SC; North to Tabor City, SC.
122.1
196.5
View from highway - Photo Loris , SC. welcome highway sign.
Town of Loris, South Carolina - western limits. Junction of Highway #9 Business Route.
124.4
200.2
Services and fuel at highway
South side of highway.
127.7
205.5
Community of Longs, South Carolina

128.2
206.3
View from highway
View from highway driving East.
129.2
207.9
Junction of Highway #905
West to Red Bluff Crossroads, South Carolina. Services and gas at the highway - South side.
130.2
209.5
Services and fuel available at the highway

131.6
211.7
Point of Information
Crossing Waccamaw River, South Carolina.
133.7
215.1
Access to community of Conway, South Carolina
South side of highway. Also access to community of Shallotte, South Carolina on the North side of the highway.
134.2
216.0
Junction of Highway #31 South
Access to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina and Georgetown, South Carolina. Access to the Surfside Beach, South Carolina - South of the highway.
135.1
217.4
Services and fuel at the highway
South side of highway.
136.8
220.1
Junction of Highway #90
West to community of Nixonville, South Carolina.
136.9
220.3
City limits of North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
Junction of Highway #17 to Myrtle Beach, SC. - Garden City Beach, SC. and Georgetown, SC. Access to Myrtle Beach State Park, SC and Huntington Beach State Park, SC.
136.9
220.3
Junction of Highway #17
Access to Myrtle Beach State Park, SC. Located in the heart of the Grand Strand, SC. - Myrtle Beach State Park is one of the most popular public beaches along the South Carolina coast. The campground provides individual water and electrical hookups. Many sites accommodate RVs up to 40 feet, others up to 30 feet. There are also plenty of sites to accommodate smaller units including tents. All sites are convenient to hot showers, restrooms and laundromat facilities.
136.9
220.3
Junction of Highway #17
Access to Huntington Beach State Park, SC. Huntington Beach offers its visitors the best preserved beach on the Grand Strand. Each site, excluding the designated tent sites, has water and electrical hookups and is convenient to hot showers and restrooms. End of Highway #9. For highway travel south via U.S. highway #17 - See Milebymile.com Road Map Highway Travel Guide U. S. Highway # 17 - South Carolina / North Carolina State Line to City of Charleston for driving directions - Start / Finish of Highway Travel Guide - S&e