Rock Out in the Charter Bus for your Trip with your Family in Rock Hill, SC

Take Part in South Carolina’s Top Festival or Tour the Historic Districts of Rock Hill

Located towards the south of Charlotte and north of Columbia, there are big advantages to being so close to those cities and it was precisely why the city was developed too. Before European explorers and settlers found their way here, the land was home to a few indigenous people who have lived around the Piedmont area for thousands of years and it includes the Catawba Indian Nation and the Siouan-speaking tribe. Nobody really saw a future for the city of Rock Hill, despite being discovered by several settlers, until the Charlotte and South Carolina Railroad Company’s decision to create a route through the city. The decision was made after the people of Ebenezeville rejected the idea of having a railroad run through their city as they thought it was too dirty and noisy for its people. Engineers rerouted the railway to what they called ‘rocky hill’, a direct result of the city’s name. And as soon as construction of the railroad was completed, the Rock Hill Post Office opened its doors. The country’s Civil War had a definite effect the city’s growing social, economic and political life. Many of the men were former Confederate soldiers and when returned, sold off properties and businesses to stay afloat. The city was also a part of a very large and important civil rights museum and the jailing of peaceful protestors, Friendship Nine, which attracted attention from the whole country. There are four iconic landmarks in the city as a mark of the city’s history and it comes in the form of four Civitas; they each hold up a symbolic disc - Gears of Industry, Flames of Knowledge, Stears of Inspiration and Bolts of Energy. Later, in 1992, a fifth Civitas statue was installed at the City Hall in downtown Rock Hill, gifted to the city by the First Union Corporation.

Today, the city does not only have a vibrant shopping district, a thriving night scene and a completely diverse dining district, Rock Hill manages to attract visitors of all ages from neighboring cities and tourists too. Visitors can have a shopping spree at an attraction like Rock Hill Galleria or check out Manchester Village which is touted to be another premiere shopping center. Rock Hill also plays host to some of the most unique events and it includes the Come-See-Me event, an event which manages to pull in more than 125,000 visitors every year from all across the country and it was voted as the Number One South Carolina festival and was featured in Southern Living. There’s also Independence Day event, outreach programs hosted by the Arts Council of York County, Blues and Jazz Festival, FIlm Festival YC and Christmas Rock Hill. You can check out these events in a US Coachways charter bus, coach, mini bus, party bus, school bus, corporate car or even an exotic vehicle. The vehicles are also often used for trips to historic attractions and celebrations at York County Museum of Rock Hill, The Comporium Telephone Museum, Main Street Children’s Museum, Center for the Arts and White Home which is a museum located on White Street. So, if you are looking for reliable vehicles for weddings, proms, corporate functions, birthday dinners, field trips, church retreats, outdoor excursions or exhibitions, we look forward to hearing from you soon.

The Countless Ways to have Plenty of Fun with Family and Friends in Rock Hill, SC

Count the ways to make wonderful memories with your family and friends while visiting a charming city like Rock Hill at historic points of interest, parks, museums, art galleries and theaters. There’s endless fun to be had by all and people of all ages.


  • Entertainment & Amusement Parks —  Rock Hills offers everything from science museums to paintball so, you can be sure that there’s something for everyone. Take your trip to new heights with a trip to Canaan Zipline Canopy Tour where guests are taken on a wild 3-hour ride atop trees, wooded areas and Catawba River. There are various packages to choose from so, pick one that suits your preference. The Palmetto Hills Paintball Field and Store is both a paintball center and family-friendly store, selling various brands of paintball equipment and supplies. There are five fields with different game plays for guests to enjoy on grounds. The kids will also have a complete ball with a trip to Main Street Children’s Museum where there are educational, engaging, hands-on developmental exhibits and if there’s a birthday coming up, this attraction has birthday party venues for you. Strikers Family Sports Center in downtown Rock Hill has 40 lanes worth of bowling amenities, pool areas, party hosting rooms and a pro shop while the Baxter Bunch Playhouse is the perfect place for young children as they bounce around the inflatable houses and also take on art and fitness classes at the same time. For a quiet evening out with your family and friends, grab some popcorn and check out the latest movies showing at either Manchester Cinemas or Carmike Cinema 7 instead.

  • Art & Culture — When it comes to venues for musical events, concerts and LIVE performances, you can find them all here in Old Town Amphitheater. It is open during summer months and there is lots of space for everyone to walk around, shops, restaurants, cafes and bakeries on ground. Fort Mill Playhouse is one of the most prominent community theaters there is in the region and it showcases everything from comedies to dramas, classics to dance performances. Most would agree that Gettys Art Center is one of the most charming historical gems in the city. The exhibits are well-kept, there is a grand gallery featuring historic art pieces, pottery and their outreach programs, summer camps and tours are well received by people of all ages. Carolina Crown Drum and Bugle Corps offer music programs for kids between the ages of 13 and 21 and sometimes, the performances and competitions provide families with endless entertainment and opportunities to creatively express themselves. So, go ahead and join in the fun!

  • Restaurant & Shopping — It is hard to deny the fact that when it comes to shopping locally, there’s no better place than Rock Hill’s vibrant shopping, dining and business district. There is a nice mix of modern retail outlets, charming family businesses and quaint gift shops. While it is fun to explore locally-made fabric at an outlet like Mary Jo’s Cloth Store, bringing the charter bus to Birkdale Village, a shopping district, is going to be an eye-opener for all. There is a large conglomeration of retail outlets, boutiques, night sports, live entertainment centers, theater and outdoor shopping malls that gives the word ‘shopping’ a whole new meaning. You can also check out Sweet Union Flea Market every Saturday and Sunday where there is also an indoor restaurant and food trucks all around and there is a nice number of anchor stores and International brand names at Concord Mill Malls. In fact, if you have kids with you, bring them to the on-site aquarium for a quick look-around. And when all's said and done, it is, perhaps, time for some really good R&R at a college bar and live music attraction like The Money, locally known as Daddy’s Money. There are themed nights and special nightly drinks so, check them out.

  • Golf & Sports — The locals are serious about sports and whenever there is a game on, whether it is baseball, soccer or football, people will charge to the stadiums, ready to cheer their favorite teams on. For instance, there are year-round football games at District 3 Stadium where other events like drum competitions and unique social events are also held but when it comes to baseball games, you certainly expect to find them at BB&T Ballpark. The attraction is home to Charlotte Knights baseball team and on top of being able to catch the best baseball games in the region, it offers a beautiful view of downtown Rock Hill too. The Charlotte Knights are affiliated with the Chicago White Sox. For some action of your own and if you love golfing, be ready to have the time of your life at the scenic Waterford Golf Club. There are seasonal and holiday deals so, watch out for them on their official website or social media accounts for updates. The Regent Park Golf Club sits on 250 acres worth of land in neighboring Fort Mills. It has been said to be one of the most challenging ones in South Carolina as golfers take on the rolling hills, creeks and wetlands.

  • Historical Sites & Landmarks — The Catawba Cultural Center in one of the very few Catawba Indian Museums in the country so, pay the attraction a visit and soak up all the historical tribal artifacts, tools, pottery and learn from the people itself at the museum; the attraction, some may contend, may be a little historical but there is something incredibly artistic about the exhibits. The Museum of York County has come a long way since it opened its doors in 1959 as a children’s discovery center. The exhibits had simply grown over time and now, children and students of all ages will get to learn more about Africa and its animals, local history, enjoy the planetarium, naturalist center and discover new things about the local landscape at this fun attraction.

  • Parks & Outdoor Activities — The locals of Rock Hill have a deep love for their outdoors and it is reflected in the sheer number of gardens, parks and trails that you can find in this charming city. You can bring the charter bus out for a trip to Glencairn Gardens in downtown Rock Hill where there is 11 acre worth of green space, manicured lawns, duck and fish ponds and vegetable garden or you can bring your group out for some soccer, walking and biking at Manchester Park. Cherry park features more than just your regular outdoor space as there is a baseball complex, playground, tennis courts as well as the statue of Mighty Casey to take pictures of. There are a number of sand volleyball courts and swimming pool at Oakwood Acres Park, sports facilities like football, baseball, tennis and basketball amenities at Winthrop Park, a fitness court, softball fields and a paved biking path at Walter Elisha Park or bring the kids out for a summer outing or field trip at Anne Springs Close Greenway. The attraction measures up to more than 2,000 acres worth of preserve with miles upon miles of hiking trails, kayaking and mountain biking areas. It is almost a guarantee that the trip will be a rejuvenating one. Other fun trails to check out in Rock Hill includes the Riverwalk Community’s Piedmont Medical Center Trail with its scenic views and park amenities and there is lots of space for running and rollerblading too.

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