Rock Hill Tennis Center

897 Maplewood LN

Rock Hill, SC 29730

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Phone: (803) 326-3842

City: Rock Hill

Region: Midlands

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Rock Hill Tennis Center

The Rock Hill Tennis Center, located next to Sullivan Middle School, provides a top notch facility for tennis enthusiasts and tournament play. The facility consists of eight regulation courts, an observation deck, a pro shop, and concession area.

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