Rock Hill

Rock Hill is Known for a Variety of Amenities

Rock Hill is well known for a variety of well-maintained public parks and outdoor amenities. Among parks, there are also numerous hiking, kayaking, and bicycling options both in and near the city of Rock Hill. The city itself is home to thirty-one parks, four recreational centers, one botanical garden, and many hiking and biking trails. The prominent parks and outdoor facilities are listed below.

  • Cherry Park, 70-acre park with a shaded 1.5-mile trail and athletic fields.
  • Ebenezer Park, beachfront park located along Lake Wylie with swimming and picnic options.
  • Glencairn Garden, quaint botanical garden featuring a variety of blooming flowers and trees.
  • Manchester Meadows, a large park with covered picnic areas and soccer fields.
  • Riverwalk & Rock Hill Outdoor Center, 1,000-acre mixed-use community offering kayaking, hiking, mountain biking, and home to the Giordana Velodrome and Rock Hill BMX Supercross track.
  • Westminster Park, river-side park with miles of greenways and access to the Catawba River.
Glencairn Garden in Rock Hill

There are also numerous parks located minutes from the city's downtown.

About the Neighborhood

There are community events
Neighbors are friendly
There's holiday spirit
Great schools
Car is needed
Easy commutes
There are sidewalks
Parks and playgrounds
Lots of wildlife
It's dog friendly
Kids play outside
Golfing
Walking / Hiking trails

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