Simply Carolina: Clemson,SC

  
Clemson, South Carolina, home of the Clemson Tigers, is today’s Simple Carolina featured city. Located in Pickens County, Clemons was originally called Calhoun after John Ewing Calhoun. In the late 1700’s, Calhoun bought land in Fort Hill. His fourth child, Anna Maria and husband Thomas Green Clemson moved into the estate in 1872. Years later, the Fort Hill Plantation was moved to the State of South Carolina, as stated in Clemson’s will, which said his wife wanted the family’s land to be used for a purpose. This family estate soon became Clemson University and in 1943, the city’s named was changed from Calhoun to Clemson.

Today, Clemson is known for it’s sites and entertainment, including the ones below. Trust me, there is something for everyone of all ages.

Attractions:
Fort Hill Historic House
South Carolina Botanical Garden
Hanover House

Places to Eat:
’55 Exchange
1826 Bistro
Calhoun Corners

Recreation:
Lake Keowee Marina
Hartwell Boat Rentals
Upstate Scuba
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