Look for Clemson in the northwest section of South Carolina along I-85 next to Lake Hartwell. The city is 18 miles northwest of Anderson and about 31 miles southwest of Greenville. The local transit is catbus which has bus service throughout the city and to the neighboring town of Seneca and Central. The city also has an Amtrak station for longer trips from your Clemson apartment.
Many residents of Clemson apartments either attend or work at Clemson University which drives the economy of this city. You will also find Southwestern Wesleyan University in the neighboring town of Central, just a few miles away.
There are several places you may want to see once you are settled into your Clemson apartment. The South Carolina State Botanical Gardens has 295 acres of natural landscapes, display gardens. At the Bob Campbell Geology Museum on Discovery Lane you can view a collection of over 10,000 rocks, minerals fossils and artifacts. The Fort Hill Plantation is a 600 acre cotton farm that you can explore. There are also a few annual events such as the Carolina Foothills Heritage Fair and the Palmetto Robotics Competition. Of course in the fall, many of the cities residents are tuned into the Clemson Football games.
Most of the apartments in Clemson are along W Main St near the Clemson Shopping Center, or near the Amtrak station north of the university.
Average Rent in Clemson, SC
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