About

This pedestrian park, located in downtown Rock Hill, is home to many historic trees. Most of the trees were cultivated from trees that were witness to an historic event in the founding of our country. Each has its own story to tell. Most of the historic trees were received by the City in 1987 as a grant from the American Forestry Association. Parking is available at the municipal parking lot on the corner of Dave Lyle Blvd. and Black Street, diagonally across from the park.

Open daily from dawn until dusk.

 
What do you want to do?
  • Find Art & Entertainment
  • Go Shopping
  • Wine and Dine
  • Enjoy Nature
  • Explore History & Culture
Where in York County?
  • Rock Hill
  • Fort Mill
  • York
  • Clover
  • Tega Cay

“In every way, you made our delegates feel comfortable and welcomed. That’s the key to a great conference.”

Charlie Presley

Going On Faith Conference