A linear waterfront park just over .5 miles long. The park also has picnic areas and lake access.
207 Keowee Trl
Clemson, SC 29631
City of Clemson’s Parks & Recreation Department offers a number of parks with a variety of uses.
Jaycee Park is a shady park with picnic tables and a play structure next to Catherine Smith Plaza and Fountain in Downtown Clemson.
A southern wonder, Lake Hartwell is one of the Southeast’s largest and most popular recreation destinations. This beautiful body of water connects Georgia and South Carolina, with flowing water from the Savannah, Tugaloo and Seneca Rivers to make the 75,000-acre land and water Hartwell Dam Project. The lake is easily accessible with upwards of forty …
The Clemson area is home to a wide variety of parks offering various amenities including athletic fields, hiking trails, outdoor venue spaces, playgrounds and camping areas.
Nettles Park is Clemson’s largest park and holds the administrative offices for the Parks and Rec. department. Nettles also provides two youth baseball fields, one girls softball field, two adult softball fields, seven regulation tennis courts, and two regulation soccer fields, all lighted. The park also has a play structure, picnic shelter, and restrooms plus a Dog Park, at the rear …
Located at the crossroads of Pickens, Oconee and Anderson Counties and home to nationally recognized Clemson University—Clemson has a variety of shops, restaurants, hotels, parks and more tourism attractions for the whole family.