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  • Serving the Charlotte & Rock Hill Area Since 1888
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Top Moving Services in Rock Hill, SC

Residential movers

Residential Movers

Our residential movers perform local, interstate, intrastate, long distance and military relocations for clients across our service area.

Commercial movers

Commercial Movers

Office moving, corporate relocation, home delivery and hotel moving operations have never been easier than with Smith Dray Line.

International movers

International Movers

Smith Dray Line is proud to be an international mover of choice in the Carolinas. Get in touch with us today!

Why Choose Our Professional Moving Company?

Trusted Movers for 100+ years

We have over a century of experience in residential and commercial moving.

Convenient Locations

We have 5 locations across North & South Carolina.

Free Estimates

We offer free, no-obligation moving estimates.

An Atlas Van Lines Agent

Smith Dray Line is proud to be an Atlas Van Lines Agent.

Reviews from Customers Moving in Rock Hill

"Very Grateful" Mover

"I just want to thank Smith Dray line for the smoothest move I could hope for... Your employee's were respectful and polite. They handled my very heavy furniture so well. I cannot express how grateful I am."

-Tonya T.

"Best Move Ever!!!"" Mover

"The move went fantastic! The movers came in with a large crew and got the job done quickly and efficiently. They were extremely courteous and polite and..."

-Francine C.

"Highly Recommend" Boxes

"We used this mover in late August this year and was very pleased...They picked up and delivered when they said they would...The move was reasonable in price. We would highly recommend this professional group to anyone. Satisfied customer."

-Waters

We Serve All of Rock Hill & Charlotte's Moving Needs

Our moving company in Charlotte & Rock Hill provides a full scale of moving and storage services to residential and commercial clients. We are proud to employ some of the best movers in the industry.

Residential Movers

Are you planning a move in Charlotte or Rock Hill or moving out of state? We recognize every move is unique and requires different levels of attention. Residential moving services offered from the Rock Hill, SC and Charlotte, NC movers are available for your local, in state, long distance, or international relocation.

Commercial Movers

Moving your business can sound like a daunting task. With Smith Dray Line, we work with you to make sure the move is as seamless and simple as possible. Whether you are moving your office or corporate location, our Rock Hill and Charlotte movers are here to help. Our movers are also skilled at providing Home Delivery Services.

Quality Moving Services

Whether your move requires packing and unpacking, specialized item handling, or storage, Smith Dray is the moving company in the Charlotte, NC and Rock Hill, SC area to choose. Our movers are trained to provide exceptional services throughout the moving process. To view a complete list, visit our moving services page.

Short-term and Long-Term Storage Services

In addition to expert moving services, we offer short-term and long-term storage services for household and commercial clients. Our state-of-the-art warehouse offers a climate controlled and secure location to store your possessions.

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About Rock Hill South Carolina

Rock Hill is the largest city in York County, South Carolina, United States, and the fifth-largest city in the state. It is also the fourth-largest city of the Charlotte metropolitan area, behind Charlotte, Concord, and Gastonia (all located in North Carolina, unlike Rock Hill). As of the 2020 Census, the population was 74,372. As of 2017, the total population of the Rock Hill Census County Division was estimated at 117,375 people. The city is located approximately 25 miles (40 km) south of Charlotte and approximately 70 miles (110 km) north of Columbia. Rock Hill offers scenic riverfront views along the Catawba River and is home to numerous nature trails, restaurants, and thirty-one parks which are used for both national and local events. Its historic downtown consist of twelve contiguous buildings built as early as 1840 offering dining and retail options. The city is also home to three colleges, including Winthrop University, a public liberal arts university founded in 1886 which enrolls nearly 6,000 students annually.

Things to Do and See In Rock Hill

  • Rock Hill Downtown Historic District (near South Oakland Avenue and St Johns Court): Rock Hill Downtown Historic District consists of twelve contiguous buildings built between 1870 and 1931 in downtown Rock Hill in York County, South Carolina. South Carolina Department of Archives and History, accessed October 13, 2012 The twelve buildings are: *Episcopal Church of Our Saviour, 144 (...).
  • United States Post Office and Courthouse (Rock Hill, South Carolina) (near East Main Street and Caldwell Street): The U.S. Post Office and Courthouse in Rock Hill, South Carolina, also known as Caldwell Street Post Office, was built in 1931. It served historically as a courthouse and as a post office, and is currently in use as the Gettys Art Center (...).
  • First Presbyterian Church (Rock Hill, South Carolina) (near East Black Street and Green Street): First Presbyterian Church is a historic church at 234 E. Main Street in Rock Hill, South Carolina. It was designed by Charles Coker Wilson and was built in 1894. It was added to the National Register in 1992. (...).
  • People's National Bank Building (Rock Hill, South Carolina) (near East Main Street and Hampton Street): People's National Bank Building, also known as Franklin's Clothing Store, is a historic bank building located at Rock Hill, South Carolina. It was built about 1909–1910, and is a four-story brick building, plus basement (...).
  • Reid Street–North Confederate Avenue Area Historic District (near Reid Street and East Main Street): Reid Street–North Confederate Avenue Area Historic District is a national historic district located at Rock Hill, South Carolina. It encompasses 22 contributing buildings in a middle-class residential section of Rock Hill. The district developed between about 1839 and 1935 (...).
  • White House (Rock Hill, South Carolina) (near East White Street and South Charlotte Avenue): The White Home in Rock Hill, South Carolina is a small historical museum. Five generations of the White family lived in the house between 1837 and 2005."Welcome to the White Home" Self-Guided Tour Brochure. Received at the White Home in October 2012 Over the years, the home transformed from a (...).
  • Rock Hill Cotton Factory (near West White Street and Chatham Avenue): Rock Hill Cotton Factory, also known as Plej's Textile Mill Outlets, Ostrow Textile Mill, and Fewell Cotton Warehouse, is a historic textile mill complex located at Rock Hill, South Carolina. The mill was built in 1881, and is a two-story, 12 bay by 16 bay, brick factory (...).
  • Marion Street Area Historic District (near Green Street and Whitner Street): Marion Street Area Historic District is a national historic district located at Rock Hill, South Carolina. It encompasses 28 contributing buildings and 1 contributing site in a middle-class residential section of Rock Hill. The bulk of the district developed between 1906 and 1925 (...).
  • Anderson House (Rock Hill, South Carolina) (near North Wilson Street and Oakland Avenue): Anderson House is the former residence of John Gary Anderson, who was president of the Anderson Motor Company in Rock Hill, South Carolina. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1982. (...).
  • Rock Hill Printing and Finishing Company (near West White Street and Laurel Street): The Rock Hill Printing and Finish Company, also known locally as The Bleachery is a historic textile processing facility at 400 West White Street in downtown Rock Hill, South Carolina. The complex consists of six buildings dating as far back as 1925, as well as a reservoir, and employed nearly 5,000 (...).
  • Hermon Presbyterian Church (near Chisholm Court and Railroad Avenue): Hermon Presbyterian Church is a historic church at 446 Dave Lyle Boulevard in Rock Hill, South Carolina. It was built in 1897 and added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1992. (...).
  • National Register of Historic Places listings in Rock Hill, South Carolina (near South Dave Lyle Boulevard and Pond Street): __NOTOC__ This is a list of the National Register of Historic Places listings in Rock Hill, South Carolina. This is intended to be a complete list of the properties and districts on the National Register of Historic Places in Rock Hill, South Carolina, United States (...).
  • Afro-American Insurance Company Building (near South Dave Lyle Boulevard and Pond Street): Afro-American Insurance Company Building is a historic commercial building located at Rock Hill, South Carolina. It was built about 1909, and is a two-story, brick commercial building. The façade has a tan brick veneer, while the sides and rear are in red brick (...).
  • Stokes-Mayfield House (near Park Avenue and Union Avenue): Stokes-Mayfield House is a historic home located at Rock Hill, South Carolina. It was built in 1907, and is a two-story, frame residence with cross-gabled slate roof in the Neo-Classical style. The house features a two-story tetrastyle Corinthian order pedimented portico and a balcony with (...).
  • Mount Prospect Baptist Church (near Allen Street and Tom Street): Mount Prospect Baptist Church is a historic church at 339 W. Black Street in Rock Hill, South Carolina. It was built in 1915 and added to the National Register in 1992. (...).
  • Laurelwood Cemetery (near West Main Street and West Black Street): Laurelwood Cemetery is a historic cemetery located at Rock Hill, South Carolina. It was established in 1872, and was the first municipal cemetery of Rock Hill. It contains over 11,414 marked grave sites and includes variety of funerary art including a few raised stone tombs and a number of obelisks, (...).
  • Come See Me Festival (near Crest Street and Hill Street): The Come See Me festival is an annual Spring festival hosted in Rock Hill, South Carolina. (...).
  • Charlotte Avenue–Aiken Avenue Historic District (near Union Avenue and Charlotte Avenue): Charlotte Avenue–Aiken Avenue Historic District is a national historic district located at Rock Hill, South Carolina. It encompasses seven contributing dwellings in the Oakland section of Rock Hill. The district developed between about 1891 and 1935 (...).
  • Bleachery Water Treatment Plant (near Stewart Avenue and Rose Street): Bleachery Water Treatment Plant is a historic water treatment plant located at Rock Hill, South Carolina. It was built in 1930, and is a one-story brick building and filtration/purification facility in the Colonial Revival style (...).
  • Rock Hill Body Company (near Constitution Rt-Turn Lane and West Main Street): Rock Hill Body Company, originally known as Victoria Yarn Mill # 2, is a historic industrial building located at Rock Hill, South Carolina. It was built about 1915, and is a two-story brick industrial building built as a textile mill (...).

Roads In Rock Hill

  • Interstate 77
  • Interstate 85 in North Carolina

Nearby Airports In Rock Hill

  • Rock Hill/York County Airport
  • Charlotte-Douglas International Airport

Nearby Towns and Suburbs In Rock Hill

  • Tega Cay is 6 miles to the north.
  • Fort Mill is 7 miles to the north-east.
  • Lake Wylie is 12 miles to the north.
  • Marvin is 12 miles to the east.
  • York is 13 miles to the west.
  • Pineville is 13 miles to the north-east.
  • Waxhaw is 16 miles to the east.
  • Weddington is 16 miles to the north-east.
  • Clover is 17 miles to the north-west.
  • Chester is 18 miles to the south-west.