Town of Clover

Visitor's Center

PO Box 1060

Clover, SC 29710

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Phone: (803) 555-1212

Region: Midlands

Town of Clover

The village of Clover was founded in the late 19th century and began as a railway stop midway between York, S.C., and Gastonia, N.C. According to a legend, excess water spilling on the ground from the railway’s water tank caused patches of clover to spring up. Residents affectionately referred to the town as Clover Patch. Once a significant textile center, today downtown Clover has a variety of retail shops, as well as restaurants. It is also home of Feis Chlobhair, a festival celebrating the area’s Scots-Irish heritage.

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