Rock Hill, the largest city in York County, is the fifth largest in the state of South Carolina. As the commercial center of this region, this city is home to numerous businesses and institutions, including the renowned campus of Winthrop University. Some 66,000 people live in greater Rock Hill, which is in the midst of numerous dynamic projects, from the greening of Cherry Road to the establishment of a fifth business park.
The BMX Supercross track is the first Olympic-caliber training facility on the East coast, and one of only a handful in the United States.
Fountain Park is a beautiful addition to Rock Hill's Old Town and offers a scenic space in the heart of downtown for relaxation and the enjoyment of programmed activities and special events.
Manchester Park is a brand new 70 acre park will delight everyone from the avid soccer player or fan to the walking enthusiast.
Glencairn Garden's beautifully landscaped lawns and walkways have made it a popular attraction among residents and visitors for years.
Cherry Park is Rock Hill's premier softball/baseball facility nestled in a beautiful 68 acre park with scenic trails, a large playground and numerous park amenities. At the entrance to the softball/baseball complex stands a bronze statue of Mighty Casey, well-known to softball and baseball enthusiasts as the subject of Ernest Lawrence Thayer's poem "Casey at the Bat." This 14' public art work was crafted by Mark Lundeen in 1991.
Giordana Velodrome opened in March 2012. This 250m world-class velodrome is part of the Rock Hill Outdoor Center at Riverwalk, owned and operated by the City of Rock Hill.
The Rock Hill Sports & Event Center is the sports hub of the Knowledge Park corridor of Rock Hill! The 170,000 sq. ft. facility is part of a mixed-use site connecting Winthrop University to Old Town Rock Hill, restaurants, outdoor venues, office space, apartments and more.