One of the neat thing about Rock Hill is that we have many parks to choose from. Did you know that the city maintains 29 parks within city limits? But there are several outside city limits too.
River Park has educational nature trails winding along the Catawba River. Nearly two miles of trails, including handicapped accessible trils, wander through the park and along the scenic river.
Huckle Grove is an historic tree park located in downtown Rock Hill. It offers visitor's a look into our past. It includes a walking trail, benches and plenty of perennials & annuals.
Glencairn Garden is a lovely botanical garden with fountains, bridges, grassy areas, tress, flowers, and walking paths. The peak bloom period runs from the last week of March to the middle of April.
Ebenezer Park is just one of them. Located on 26 acres right on Lake Wylie, you can swim, boat, fish and camp out. There are three public boat ramps, five picnic shelters with electrical outlets and grills as well as several open-air picnic tables with grills.
Cherry Park is probably the most well known park in the city. It is an award winning 68-acre recreational facility designed for family, group and individual use by citizens of all ages.
If you have a favorite story to tell about your experience in one of our parks, please feel free to leave your comments.