- Our list of the best things to do in Rock Hill, South Carolina, features the top 115 nearby activities — including 43 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Rock Hill, SC has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Entertainment & Shows, Museums & Galleries, and Sports & Fitness.
- The results below include the top 21 things to do within the city of Rock Hill, SC , followed by 94 popular activities in nearby cities, including Charlotte, Matthews, Belmont, Gastonia, Fort Mill, Lancaster, Indian Trail and Monroe
The staff at Canaan Zipline Canopy Tour is dedicated to introducing their guests to adventure from on high. Since 2004, visitors have chosen from a variety of zipline packages, including a 3-hour expedition over 9 lines between 100-year old oaks and across the Catawba River.
Glencairn Gardens is an 11-acre botanical garden with a wide variety of plants. Visitors can use paved walkways to explore the landscaped lawns, see ducks and fish in ponds, and even plant seeds in a public vegetable garden.
First opened in 1950 as a children's discovery center, the Museum of York County, has grown to include a large collection of exhibits on Africa and its animals. Visitors can also visit the planetarium, naturalist center, and the local landscape.
Located along Lake Wylie, Ebenezer Park is situated on 26 acres and provides opportunities for fishing, swimming and boating at the lake. The park also features 69 campsites with hookups as well as areas for walking and picnics.
A museum that offers educational activities and developmental play, the Main Street Children's Museum has weekly and seasonal events. The museum can be a host for birthday parties and offers guided tours and programs.
A 70-acre sports complex, Manchester Meadows Park features lighted natural and synthetic turf fields as well as a soccer pavilion. The park also offers a children's playground, walking and biking trails, a small lake and picnic areas.
Cherry Park features a baseball complex, a playground, picnic areas, tennis courts, and walking/running trails for kids and adults. At the entrance to the complex stands a statue of Mighty Casey, a well-known baseball player in Ernest Thayer's poem.
Walkers and bicyclists alike can take advantage of Riverwalk Community's Piedmont Medical Center Trail. Offering scenic river views and park amenities like benches and pet stations, it connects easily to other nearby trails.