Rock Hill, South Carolina is a great place to live, work, and play. And everyone knows that life is better with an ice-cold Coca-Cola in your hand. The very best combination of all? Enjoying your Coke while you’re enjoying Rock Hill. The next time you want to get out and about, grab a few of your favorite beverages distributed by the Rock Hill Coca-Cola Bottling Company and take stroll around these locations.
In addition to the many softball and baseball tournaments held there, Cherry Park also offers visitors 1.5 miles of walking/biking trails. A couple of laps around the park and you’ll be more than ready for a refreshing Cherry Coke, maybe?
Cherry Park is located at 1466 Cherry Road and opens every day at 7 a.m.
Located at 725 Crest St., Glencairn Gardens is a beautifully landscaped area, especially when the azaleas are in bloom. Wind your way along the paths to find a quiet spot to spread a picnic blanket. Eat some sandwiches and drink a couple of Fantas as you relax.
Old Town Rock Hill
This area of the city includes all the pieces that made Rock Hill what it was: the original neighborhoods, the Textile Corridor, Winthrop University, and, of course, the historic downtown. A leisurely walk around Old Town might reveal some sights that you’ve never seen.
Located on the shores of beautiful Lake Wylie, Ebenezer Park offers visitors the opportunity to boat, swim, camp, fish, and picnic. With all that activity, a cooler stocked with Cokes is an absolute must. The park is open year-round, but there is an entrance fee from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend.
Piedmont Medical Center Trail
The 2.5 mile (one way) Piedmont Medical Center Trail follows the Catawba River. This paved trail is suitable for hiking, biking, walking, and running. Supplied with plenty of benches for resting, you’ll have ample opportunities to stop and pop open your Coke.