National Parks in Cherokee County
Cherokee County contains 3 national parks within the county borders. These parks are heavily rooted in the history of the American Revolution War.

The Overmountain Victory National Historic Trail follows the path of major victories of American troops during the Revolutionary War, and spans South Carolina, North Carolina, Virginia, and Tennessee.

The Kings Mountain National Military Park commemorates the Battle of Kings Mountain, a pivotal and significant victory by American Patriots over American Loyalists during the Southern Campaign of the Revolutionary War.

The Cowpens National Battlefield is the location of a decisive Revolutionary War victory over the British.



There are also several local playgrounds and parks located within Gaffney, Blacksburg and the other surrounding towns which provide a safe and fun location for family outings and reunions.

Gaffney Parks
Azell Robbs Park / Gaffney Ave.
City Hall Park / North Limestone St.
Irene Park / Montgomery Street
John Q. Little Park / College Drive
Littlejohn Street Park / Littlejohn Street
McCluney Park / Hettie Hill St.
Park Place / South Limestone & Union Streets
Skateboard Park at Irene / Montgomery Street @ Irene Park
Thompson Park / South Limestone & Union Streets