Rock Hill Entertainment Guide
Are you searching for something fun to do in Rock Hill, South Carolina? There’s plenty of entertainment around, especially if you know where to look. Let us give you the lowdown on all of the fun stuff in Rock Hill.
If you’re looking for something fun to do with kids, Main Street Children's Museum in Rock Hill is the place to visit. Specializing in fun, educational experiences for infants to children up to 6 years old, Main Street Children's Museum is a great place to spend an afternoon. Bring older siblings along to join in the fun.
Featuring a planetarium with the only totally digital, full-dome theater in the north-central region of South Carolina or the Charlotte metro area and an interactive naturalist center, the Museum of York County is a place not be to missed. The exhibits change very frequently, so it’s a great place to visit several times throughout the year.
This Hale Irwin-designed 18-hole Championship golf course is a favorite among the Rock Hill golfing community. Nestled amongst dense hardwoods and rolling hills with water from lakes and creeks in and around 16 of the 18 holes, Waterford can be a challenge to even the best golfer.
Enjoy swimming, fishing, or boating on beautiful Lake Wylie, the oldest man-made lake on the Catawba River. If you can’t get enough of the park in one day, you can always stay the night at one of the 69 campsites in Ebenezer Park.
Set in the home where legendary musical figure Aaron Copland lived and worked for the last thirty years of his life, Copland House has become a creative center for American music. Intimate concerts, musical gatherings, open houses, and other events take place at Copland House when composers are not in residence.
An outdoorsy type? The Canaan Adventures has something for every outdoor, adventure-seeking enthusiast. Zipline through the trees on a network of cables and skybridges suspended high above the forest floor or Kayak down the scenic Catawba River. Winner of TripAdvisor’s 2014 Certificate of Excellence award, Canaan has been running adventure programs for individuals and group retreats from the 100 acre Island in the Catawba River since 2005.