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Beating the Summer Heat in Rock Hill

Summer Time Is Fun Time

Summer is here and is in full swing. And summer means two things: the kids are out of school and the temperatures are heating up. Check out these six ways to beat the heat and keep the kids busy during a delightful summer in Rock Hill.

Bowling at Strikers Family Sportscenter

On days when it’s just too hot to go outside, consider letting the kids burn off some energy at the Strikers Family Sportscenter. A couple of rounds of bowling will be fun and will keep the kids active during the heat of the day. Strikers runs specials each day of the week, so be sure to check out the current deal.

Palmetto Hills Paintball Field and Store

Sometimes you just need to load up a paintball gun and splat someone. When that time comes, there’s no better place to be than Palmetto Hills Paintball Field. They have courses for every ability level, from the hardcore to the more introductory level soft impact paintball.

Parks, Parks, Parks

Rock Hill has many, many parks to visit. A morning stroll through Glencairn Garden might set the tone for a relaxing summer day. Or a trip over to Cherry Park might get the kids moving on the playground. No matter where you are in Rock Hill, there’s a park close to you.

Canaan Zipline Canopy Tour

When life on the ground gets too hot this summer, take to the trees at Canaan Zipline Canopy Tour. The Full Canopy Tour will take you zipping along nine lines that criss-cross the Catawba River. Or you can opt for the shorter Bootleg Tour, which offers five lines that are just as thrilling. All the lines come with a built in cooling breeze!

Museum of York County

Sure school is out for the summer, but that doesn’t mean you can’t still learn a thing or two. The Museum of York County offers a planetarium show, a naturalist center, and an exhibit that details life in the Piedmont region 600 years ago (no Coca-Cola products then!). And running from June through September, the Home Sweet Home exhibit will focus on sustainable practices that the whole family can do, like recycling your Coke cans and bottles.

Crack Open a Cold Coke

Let’s face it. No matter what you and the kids end up doing this summer around Rock Hill, it’s always a great time for a Coke. So whatever you’re doing or wherever you’re going, don’t forget to bring a long some drinks made available by the Rock Hill Coca-Cola Bottling Company.

Enjoy your summer!