Rock Hill Parks, Recreation and Tourism

Visitor's Center

PO Box 11706

Rock Hill, SC 29731

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Phone: (803) 329-8756

Region: Midlands

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Rock Hill Parks, Recreation and Tourism

'In northern York County, this rapidly-expanding city is the county’s newest and largest. It was named for a cut made through white flinty rock during construction of the Columbia to Charlotte railroad. The Catawba Cultural Center at 1536 Tom Steven Rd. in the small town of Catawba, about 10 mi. SE of Rock Hill, has exhibits and a video about the Catawba Indian Nation. A craft store, which features the distinctive Catawba pottery, and nature trail are also open.

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