Rock Hill, South Carolina Parks Guide
Are you looking for some outdoor fun in Rock Hill, SC? You’ve come to the right place. Let Berkshire Hathaway Home Services Carolinas show you the best parks in and around Rock Hill.
Open year-round, Cherry Park is Rock Hill’s go to park for softball and baseball. The park is 68 acres in size, boasts a giant playground, and several athletic programs for adults and kids alike. Inducted into the National Softball Association’s Hall of Fame, Cherry Park provides athletic programs for youth and adults
Be sure to check out the 14 ft bronze statue of Mighty Casey, from the much-loved poem "Casey at Bat."
With its humble beginnings as a back yard garden to David & Hazel Bigger in 1928, Glencairn Garden has evolved into 11 acres of beautifully landscaped lawns and walkways located in the heart of Rock Hill. A popular attraction to locals and visitors any time of year, the peak blooming season at Glencairn Garden is typically in late March or early April.
Located across the street from Cherry Park, Hargett offers nearly 20 acres of space to visitors. There are ballfields, a playground, and a cozy memorial courtyard which is perfect for hanging out.
As of one Rock Hill’s newest parks (2006), Manchester Meadows is an impressive 70 acres in size. It’s a favorite destination for any soccer fans/players. The park entails eight soccer fields, 6 turf fields, a playground, walking/biking trails and a large pavilion. Enjoy the beautifully landscaped setting of Manchester Meadows while attending regional and national soccer tournaments.