Ebenezer Park

4490 Boatshore RD

Rock Hill, SC 29732

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Phone: (803) 366-6620

City: Rock Hill

Region: Midlands

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Ebenezer Park

Ebenezer Park is located on the shores of Lake Wylie. Our campground consists of 69 full hook-up sites (water, sewer & electric). Our amenities include a full service bathhouse, park store, playground, picnic area, swimming (Memorial Day thru Labor Day) fishing and boat ramps. Please visit our website at: yorkcountygov.com to view our prices and other important information

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