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Entire home · Clemson
Clemson Memorabilia house Frank Howard III’s home
This old mill house was remodeled this summer to be a modern day farmhouse with barn doors! The house sits on top of the hill and is a doll of a home! Located only 1.7 miles to Frank Howard Memorial stadium ! Of course, this house is decorated with Clemson Memorabilia ! Go Tigers!
$102 per night
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Entire cottage · Clemson
Frank Howard 111’s Farmhouse #3
$101 per night
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Entire guesthouse · Clemson
Clemson Cabana
Come & enjoy your own personal oasis. You'll have full private access to the salt water pool, mineral spa hot tub, outdoor ping pong table, and the gas grill. The cabana is designed for some major Rest & Relaxation. We are conveniently located less than a mile from local restaurants and grocery stores.
$190 per night

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Stay near Clemson's top sights

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Memorial Stadium28 locals recommend
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Clemson University38 locals recommend
Photo of The Esso Club
The Esso Club34 locals recommend
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Littlejohn Coliseum4 locals recommend
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Walmart Neighborhood Market3 locals recommend
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SunnySide Cafe15 locals recommend

Weekend vacation rentals in Clemson

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Entire condo · Clemson
Renfrow's Retreat
$154 per night
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Tiny home · Seneca
Tiny House with a view!!
$141 per night
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Private room · Central
The Carolinian - Minutes to Clemson University
$56 per night
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Entire cottage · Seneca
Clemson/Lake Hartwell cottage
$130 per night
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Entire guest suite · Central
Private Studio Suite | Central Station @ Clemson
$96 per night
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Entire home · Clemson
Clemson Family 3-bedroom Home Minutes From Campus
$134 per night
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Private room · Central
The Georgian - Minutes from Clemson University!
$56 per night
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Entire condo · Clemson
Clemson River Bank Condo right beside campus #501
$99 per night
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Entire rental unit · Clemson
Celebrations Condo in Clemson! 2 mi from campus!
$163 per night
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Entire home · Central
Clemson Carriage House | Private Guest House
$173 per night
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Entire loft · Central
Cozy Loft (A) near the Heart of Clemson🐯
$206 per night
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Shipping container · Walhalla
The Valhalla Sky Suite at Hi Saw Gap
$216 per night

Clemson house rentals

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Private room · Pendleton
Private Suite In Home (Private Entrance)
$71 per night
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Shared room · Seneca
Healthcare professionals -Duke Employees- Visitors
$57 per night
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Entire home · Six Mile
Double Nickel Farm House: Near Clemson University
$120 per night
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Entire home · Central
Entire 3-bedroom house minutes from Clemson
$159 per night
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Entire home · Central
'Hidden Haven' Private Downstairs LR/BR/BA Combo
$142 per night
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Private room · Seneca
Friendly, comfortable home
$58 per night
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Entire home · Seneca
Modern/cozy cottage,~10mins from clemson
$169 per night
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Entire home · Townville
Lakefront Bungalow on Deep Water w/ Boat Dock
$171 per night
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Entire home · Pendleton
3 BR/2BA Cottage in Pendleton - 9 Miles to Clemson
$173 per night
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Private room · Seneca
The Golden Corner King Room
$77 per night
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Entire home · Clemson
Vaulted Ceilings & Accent Windows--1 mile from CU
$115 per night
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Entire home · Pendleton
Perfect 2 bed, remodeled home in quaint Pendleton
$112 per night

Weekend houses in Clemson

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Entire home · Central
Entire House in beautiful Clemson Township
$160 per night
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Entire home · Pendleton
Comfort & Convenience Close to Campus
$153 per night
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Entire home · Pendleton
The Lemon Drop
$142 per night
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Private room · Pelzer
1 BR -Near Clemson-Modern,Elegant, & Convenient
$45 per night
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Private room · Easley
1 Bedroom, Little Cozy Home - Near DT Greenville
$42 per night
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Private room · Six Mile
Hickory Lodge Guest Room 2
$52 per night
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Private room · Pickens
Spacious room, queen bed, attached bath
$42 per night
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Entire home · Anderson
Lake Escape
$121 per night
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Entire home · Seneca
The Marina House, at the edge of Lake Keowee.
$156 per night
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Entire home · Seneca
Cozy 3BR home minutes from Clemson
$137 per night
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Private room · Central
Falling Springs Lake House Private Bedroom/Bath
$85 per night
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Entire home · Seneca
RECENTLY UPDATED Lake House 5 miles from Clemson
$244 per night

Your guide to Clemson

All About Clemson

Clemson sits in the western region of South Carolina against the impressive backdrop of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Driving through the city, you can see its transformation from small, Appalachian farming village to thriving college town as you pass centuries-old red brick farms and the grand university buildings across the city’s historic districts. Hear the roar from local football games on your way to one of the many historical and cultural sites in Clemson, like the Hanover House or the Old Stone Church, where you can learn about what life was like in Clemson during the 18th and 19th centuries. Admire the natural beauty of South Carolina in the Carolina Botanical Garden, which offers a 295-acre exhibition containing thousands of native plants, as well as an opportunity to explore ash and oak tree-lined trails or the massive 17,500-acre Clemson Experimental Forest.

In the summer, cool off from the southern heat by swimming or boating in nearby Lake Hartwell before heading into downtown Clemson to enjoy some delicious barbecue and watch the sunset over the rugged mountain skyline.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Clemson?

Though Clemson is located in the South, its location near the Blue Ridge Mountains provides a true four-season year for the city. Winter is cool with cold nights, and spring is temperate and balmy. Summer into fall is warm and humid, and this is the most popular season to visit — especially once the academic year starts.

The most vibrant time to visit the city is during the spring and fall, and the events in town reflect that. In April, the Pendleton Spring Jubilee hosts hundreds of artists from all over the country selling their works while you can enjoy live music, local food vendors, and tours of historical sites. In May, the Artisphere Festival hosts over 100 artists who showcase their work alongside craft breweries and wineries. If you are a fan of college football, be sure to schedule your trip in November, when a college bowl takes over the city for a weekend.


What are the top things to do in Clemson?

South Carolina Botanical Garden

With trails, museums, and one of the largest nature-based sculpture collections in the country, this is much more than just a botanical garden. After exploring the gardens and woodland paths, you can check out the Fran Hanson Discovery Center or visit the Bob Campbell Geology Museum, which showcases more than 10,000 rocks, minerals, and fossils. If you’re interested in learning about the region’s cultural history, visit the garden’s pioneer village, which features the Hunt Log Cabin built in 1825.

Clemson Area African American Museum

Here you can learn about the African Americans who were integral in the development of Clemson. Located in the Calhoun Bridge Center, this vital museum offers a number of rotating exhibits educating visitors and prompting discussions about Black history and celebrating the achievements and culture of African Americans.

Clemson Experimental Forest

This 17,000-acre forest of protected land was part of the New Deal and surrounds the City of Clemson as a living classroom and resource lab for the university. There are opportunities for hiking, biking, and horseback riding for visitors of all experience levels. Some favorite locales within the forest are Lake Issaqueena, Todd Creek Falls, and Waldrop Stone Falls.

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