City of Clemson

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1105 Tiger BLVD

Clemson, SC 29631

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Phone: (864) 654-1200

Region: Mountains

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City of Clemson

Considered perhaps one of the prettiest towns in the state, Clemson is located at the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains and along the shores of Lake Hartwell. Clemson is home to Clemson University, Clemson Blue Cheese, the state botanical garden and numerous historic sites.

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