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Adventure                                                                              Visit Clemson

          in Season,                                                                          VISIT CLEMSON began in January   Today, VISIT CLEMSON

                                                                                              2012 with the launch of an official
                                                                                                                             is considered the
      EVERY SEASON!                                                                           tourism information website, as   primary source of visitor
                                                                                              an effort by the Clemson Area
                                                                                                                             information for the area
                                                                                              Chamber of Commerce to grow    and the brand has grown
                                                                                              tourism in the area and begin   to include social media
                                                                                              developing a brand for the Clemson  accounts as well as an
                                                                                              Area as a travel destination.  annual print publication.
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        No matter when you visit the                   OUTDOOR RECREATION                               City parks in Clemson, Central, Pendleton, and Six Mile
                                                                                                        offer athletic fields, tennis courts, disc golf courses, dog
        Clemson Area, you will find                    Hikers, anglers, paddlers, and anyone else who just longs   parks, walking trails, gyms, and other recreational facilities
                                                       to be outdoors will find paradise in the Clemson Area. In the   and programs.
        ADVENTURES GALORE!                             part of South Carolina known as Lake Hartwell Country,
                                                       our area is home to tumbling waterfalls, cold trout streams   HUNTING & FISHING LICENSES
        Whether your idea of a great day is a woodland hike    and mountain rivers, and sweeping mountain views.
        to a gorgeous waterfall or exploring history through    The centerpiece of the area is 50,000-acre Lake Hartwell.   Applicants for all South Carolina hunting and fishing
        the items our forefathers left behind, every day can    Numerous parks and boat ramps at Clemson, including   privileges must present a state-issued identification
        be an adventure here.                          Twelve Mile Recreation Area and Mountain View    document (or passport, if from another country) at the
                                                                                                        time of application. The same identification used to
        Enjoy more than 30 picturesque waterfalls, fascinating   Park, provide access to this Army Corps-managed lake.   obtain privileges should be in one’s possession when
        museums, a thriving arts scene, charming shops and   Visitors have opportunities for boating, fishing, kayaking,   hunting or fishing. Licenses can be obtained at Wal-Mart,
        restaurants, and amazing accommodations. Winter,   swimming, and stand-up paddleboarding.       most bait shops, and other locations. Contact the local
        spring, summer, or fall, Clemson is here to welcome you.  Other notable waters in the area are lakes Keowee and   SCDNR office for more information.
        We’re eager to help you fully experience and discover    Jocassee, both built for hydroelectric purposes by Duke   311 Natural Resources Dr.
        the spirit, the great outdoors, and the Southern    Energy. Several parks along Lake Keowee provide access,   Clemson, SC 29631
        hospitality of the Clemson Area. If you have any   while public access to Lake Jocassee is limited to Devils   (864) 654-1671
        questions, please stop by the Clemson Area Chamber at   Fork State Park.
        1105 Tiger Blvd. in Clemson or go to    Hikers, mountain bikers, and horseback riders will find   Licenses: (803) 734-3833
        or                     numerous trails of all lengths and difficulty levels. Many
                                                       of these trails reward visitors with thunderous waterfalls   Public Boat Ramps  Lake Keowee
                                                       at the end of the path.                           Lake Hartwell          • Crowe Creek Park
                                                       The Clemson Experimental Forest is another exceptional   • Mountain View Park  • Mile Creek Park
                                                       recreational destination in the area, featuring 105 miles   • Twelve Mile  • Warpath Park
                                                       of hiking, biking, and equestrian trails, picnic spots, and      Recreation Area  Lake Jocassee
                                                       launch areas for kayaks and canoes.                • Twin Lakes Park     • Devils Fork State Park
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