- The list below includes 86 free or cheap things to do in or near Rock Hill, South Carolina, including 67 different types of inexpensive activities like Parks, Walking Trails, Movie Theaters and Gardens.
- From Glencairn Gardens to Ebenezer Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Rock Hill and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Charlotte, Matthews, Belmont and Gastonia.
Walter Elisha Park offers a playground, walking paths and paved bicycle trails, and baseball/softball fields. A fitness course and public restrooms are also available, and several statues are located throughout the park.
Spend time with nature in all of its glory when you visit Anne Springs Close Greenway. This 2,100-acre preserve features miles of hiking trails, picnic areas, kayaking, mountain biking and the rejuvenation provided by greenery and fresh air.
78% 9 votes
1504 Carolina Place Dr, Ste 101, Fort Mill, SC 29708 MoreLess Info
Baxter's Bunch Playhouse offer a inflatable bounce areas and a variety of other activities including kids fitness classes and art lessons. The playhouse is inspired by the children's book series of the same name.
89% 132 votes
15222 York Road, Charlotte, NC 28278 MoreLess Info
McDowell Nature Center & Preserve is over 1,107 acres and features 7 miles of walking trails and a 56-site campground. They have playgrounds, picnic areas and opportunities to see over 100 species of birds and other wildlife.
69% 62 votes
196 Andrew Jackson Park RD, Lancaster, SC 29720 MoreLess Info
Named in honor of the seventh president of the United States of America, Andrew Jackson State Park, features 360-acres of parkland and a lake for fishing and boating. The park is home to the Andrew Jackson Museum, plus campsites and hiking trails.
The Regal Stonecrest Cinemas 22 is a large multiplex theater featuring first-run movies with full digital projection in all auditoriums. The cinema also has full stadium seating, offers 3D and IMAX films, and has a cafe and snack bar.
Seven Oaks Preserve Trail is a 2.8 mile natural surface trail for runners, hikers and bikers. There are benches along the path where visitors can pause to enjoy the scenery including the many swamp chestnut oak trees.