Does staying inside have you feeling a little puzzled as to how to entertain yourself? With these virtual jigsaw puzzles of York County you can officially say rest in piece to boredom! Ok, enough with the bad puns- onto the real fun:


Work your way through York County by clicking on one of the images below to solve the virtual puzzle. Too easy for you? You can increase the number of puzzle pieces to make it more (or less) challenging by refreshing the page and clicking the grid icon in the middle of the screen. If you need a hint, you can roll over the image icon at the top to see the finished image. 

Click the title of each puzzle to learn more about it and check back each week for new puzzles!
 

Come-See-Me:

Come-See-Me Festival is Rock Hill's annual salute to spring! Inspired by the beauty of Glencairn Garden and going on for over 50 years, this festival takes place over 10 days and celebrates food, fun, and frogs! 

COME SEE ME

 

Come-See-Me:

Come-See-Me Festival is Rock Hill's annual salute to spring! Inspired by the beauty of Glencairn Garden and going on for over 50 years, this festival takes place over 10 days and celebrates food, fun, and frogs! 

come see me festival

 

Strawberry Festival:

Fort Mill's annual Strawberry Festival is the town's welcome to the spring season by celebrating with music, fun, and strawberries of course! The festival features strawberry-related contests and events such as the Strawberry Queen pageant, a golf tournament, and the Strawberry Jam!

 strawberry festival

 

Strawberry Festival:

Fort Mill's annual Strawberry Festival is the town's welcome to the spring season by celebrating with music, fun, and strawberries of course! The festival features strawberry-related contests and events such as the Strawberry Queen pageant, a golf tournament, and the Strawberry Jam!

STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL

 

Osiris Rain Mural:

The newest mural in Rock Hill was just completed by artist Osiris Rain! This massive piece of art was painted onto the side of the Warehouses on White a part of Old Town's Mural Mile art initiative and depicts two faces with "ROCK HILL" spelled out behind them. Find other murals in York County you have to see here.

osiris rain mural
Credit: The Mercantile by Copper Dwelling + Design

 

Dust Off Back Patio:

Located in the back alleyway of the Warehouses on White, you can grab a beer and enjoy it while admiring the "drink local" mural when you visit Dust Off Brewing Co., one of our YoCo Brew Trail stops!

dust off drink local mural

 

Battle of Huck's Defeat:

Historic Brattonsville is a great place to visit for historical reenactments- this one is from the Battle of Huck's Defeat. Head over to their Facebook page for more fun history learning!

historic brattonsville

 

Love Where You Live Mural:

The Love Where You Live mural can be found on the side of Crossings on Main in downtown Fort Mill. Painted by artist Caroline Simas, this piece gave the building a refreshing new look. You can read about other murals you can find in York County here.

Crossings Mural

 

Fountain Park:

Fountain Park was unveiled in December 2014 as a collaboration project between Comporium and the City of Rock Hill. With plenty of green space and mesmerizing water jet patterns, Fountain Park is the perfect place to picnic on a sunny day.

fountain park

 

Peach Blossoms at the Greenway:

The Greenway not only has lots of land to explore, they also have pretty views along the way! Stop by during the spring to gaze at the peach blossoms for a little while.

peach blossoms

 

River Park River Trail:

Rock Hill's River Park is over 70 acres of park along the Catawba River with over 3.5 miles of wooded walking trails available. 

river trail

 

Winthrop Gold Disc Golf Course:

The Winthrop Gold Disc Golf Course is an 18-hole disc golf course at Winthrop Lake. This is the course used in the annual US Disc Golf Championship games.

disc golf

 

The White Home:

The White Home is a historical landmark in Rock Hill, SC. From the early 1800s all the way up to 2005, five generations of the White family lived in this house. What was originally a one-room cottage has transformed into the eighteen-room house turned museum that it is today. Here you can find photos, documents, and more of Historic Rock Hill.

white home


Freedom Walkway:

Freedom Walkway is an alleyway that represents and celebrates local heroes in Rock Hill's history who fought for equality and justice. 

freedom walkway


#YoCoBrewTrail Beer:

The YoCo Brew Trail is a way to experience York County through beer and cider. With 8 different stops, there's something for everyone to enjoy.

brew trail


Bush-N-Vine Peaches:

Bush-N-Vine is a family farm that opened in 1979 that sells some of the yummiest fresh fruit and vegetables around. Fill up a bucket so you can say, "I got mine at the Bush-N-Vine!"

peaches
 

Draper Sunflower Field:

Draper wildlife area has sunflower seeds planted every April that are in bloom for only ten days. This wildlife management area is close to Historic Brattonsville, and white-tailed deer and turkeys can be found roaming nearby. 

sunflowers
 

Carowinds:

Carowinds is a 407-acre amusement park known to many in the southeast region of the United States. While the park officially has a North Carolina address, part of the park is actually in Fort Mill, South Carolina. Many people take pictures on the "SC/NC border" line inside the park!

 carowinds


The Anne Springs Close Greenway Dairy Barn:

The Greenway Dairy Barn was originally built in 1947 for the processing and storage of dairy products. It was later renovated to become a venue for a multitude of events due to it being such a unique space.

 ASCG Dairy Barn


Mr. Putty's Fun Park:

Mr. Putty's is Lake Wylie fun park with activities for everyone- from axe throwing to mini golf and even a beer garden at the 19th hole.

 Mr. Putty's


Historic Brattonsville:

Historic Brattonsville is a 775-acre living history museum where you can learn how people farmed, cooked, and lived during the 18th and 19th centuries.

 Historic Brattonsville


Glencairn Garden:

Glencairn Garden started out as a simple backyard garden in 1928 and has grown into an 11-acre park features ponds, bridges, and numerous different types of plants and flowers. Fun Fact: Glencairn Garden was the original inspiration for Rock Hill's "Come-See-Me Festival"- an annual 10-day festival that celebrates music, frogs, and fun!

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