Confederate Park

490 N Confederate AVE

Rock Hill, SC 29730

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Phone: (803) 329-5620

City: Rock Hill

Region: Midlands

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Confederate Park

This 10.5-acre park features a large covered shelter is a popular location for group and community events. A playground, two tennis courts, basketball court and ampitheatre are also available.

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