Comfort Inn Clemson University Area
1305 Tiger Blvd.
Clemson, SC 29631
Phone: (864) 653-3600
Fax: (864) 654-3123
1305 Tiger Blvd. US 123 and 76, Clemson, SC, US, 29631
- Phone: (864) 653-3600
- Fax: (864) 654-3123
A large variety of singletrack and fire road trails are available at this area that will provide hours of fun for the die-hard cyclist. There are also trails for hiking and horseback riding.
Home of the nationally ranked Clemson University golf team, this beautiful 18 hole, par 72 golf course is surrounded by hardwood forests and features bent greens and rolling hills. A full service driving range, fully stocked pro shop, putting grill, and restaurant are also on site.
This beautiful garden that is spread over 295 acres of land is the South Carolina Botanical Garden. Located at the campus of Clemson University, the garden features nature trails, pathways, ponds, streams, woodlands, trial gardens where one can simply take an evening walk, and the Bob Campbell Geology Museum, etc. The garden features some of the largest nature-based sculptures of the country. The garden is a great place to visit either for a walk or just to enjoy the beauty of nature with the beautiful greenery around the place.
Lighted from April through October at night on select days, this public nine hole, par 29 golf course features Bermuda greens, narrow and tree lined fairways, and fast medium sized greens. An onsite pond comes into play during the round.
The Architects of Golf lists Fred Bolton as the original designer of this 18 hole, par 72 golf course, although Russell Breeden has worked on the course. The course was built in 1932 and features Bermuda grass fairways and bent grass greens. A practice green, bar, snack bar, and fully stocked pro shop are on site.
Designed by Tom Jackson, this 18 hole, par 72 Bermuda grass golf course features firm, flat greens and includes a fully stocked pro shop, driving range, putting green, and sand and chipping areas.
This player-friendly, championship 18 hole, par 72 golf course features bent grass greens and walking paths plus includes a fully equipped golf shop and a restaurant with banquet facilities on site.
This 7,002-yard, 18 hole championship golf course was designed by George Cobb and was the host of the 1999 U.S. Open Qualifying, as well as the 1977 and 1998 Nike Tour Opening Qualifying. The course features gentle rolling hills and bent grass greens. A restaurant, clubhouse, large swimming pool, and tennis courts are also on site.
This park lies a short distance north of Lavonia and Atlanta on Highway 328. It is well situated for an adventurous camping excursion. The park features 20 cottages, 108 tent and trailer camp sites, five primitive backpacking sites, seven picnic shelters, and one group shelter. Private boats and water-skiers are always welcome on the lake, canoes are available for rent, and fishing is permitted. Nature trails, a beach, tennis courts, and other amenities ensure that visitors will never lack new experiences.
Originally constructed to be used as a railroad tunnel, the Stumphouse Mountain Tunnel now operates as a public park. The tunnel along with the nearby Isaqueena Falls are open to the public for viewing. You can park your car nearby and trek to the tunnel to view the beauty and know its history. The tunnel was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1971.