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The new Allen N. Reeves Football Complex is our new football complex. Coach Swinney describes the new complex as the “epitome of Clemson: fun, special, and the best in the country.” The facility provides members of the football program a truly unique experience you can only get at Clemson.
Attached to and complementing the administrative-coaching personnel building is a two-level, multi-purpose structure of 29,000 square feet. The upper level of this building is where the Jervey Gym is located. This 2,000 seat arena serves as home for Clemson’s Volleyball team. The lower level of the gymnasium houses the strength training room. Clemson’s training facility, located on the lower level of the Jervey Athletic Center, is also among the finest in the nation.
Doug Kingsmore Stadium has been the home of Tiger baseball since 1970. It has over 4,500 permanent seats, but is capable of holding 6,272 fans thanks to a hill area down the left-field line that is popular with the Clemson student-body.
The Clemson Rowing boathouse is located on the western edge of Clemson’s campus, overlooking beautiful Lake Hartwell. Only a quarter of a mile from the other athletic facilities, the boathouse seems worlds apart lying in a secluded wooded area on the shore of one of the Southeast’s largest lakes. With 56,000 acres of water and 962 miles of shoreline, Lake Hartwell offers plenty of rowable water. The 11,500 square foot facility houses an expanded locker room, additional workout space, a team meeting room, an athlete lounge, a kitchen, and coaches’ offices.
Lake Hartwell facilitates an ideal venue for the Tigers’ fully bouyed, six-lane 2000m race course. The entire course is visible from the boathouse.
Clemson track and field opened its new $3.6 million dollar indoor track facility in December of 2003. The track has a seating capacity of 4,500, and is located adjacent to the Rock Norman Outdoor Track Complex.
The indoor facility contains a 200m Mondo track with an eight lane (44″) straightaway and a six-lane oval with a 73-foot radius. In the infield, the facility features one high jump apron, two pole vault runways and two long and triple jump runways. A permanent throwing cage is located outside the track for the weight throw and shot put. The facility also includes an athletic training room, seating for 1,800 spectators, restroom and concession facilities.
The Clemson softball stadium features over 1,000 fixed chairback seats, in addition to berm seating. The facility also includes a team clubhouse with over 12,000 square feet of conditioned space that houses a team lounge, locker room, sports medicine room, equipment room and coaches’ offices. The facility also features locker rooms for the coaches, umpires and visiting team.
Riggs Field is a 6,500 seat grandstand that provides top-notch accommodations for soccer fans and players.
The Littlejohn Coliseum is a 9,000-seat multi-purpose arena in Clemson. It is home to the Clemson University Tigers men's and women's basketball teams. It is also the site of Clemson graduations and the Clemson Career Fair. It is owned and operated by Clemson University and hosts more than 150 events per year including concerts, trade shows, galas, and sporting events.
Built in 1802, the Old Stone Church stands as a remarkable testament to the history of Upstate SC. Buried within the church’s cemetery grounds are patriots, pioneers of industry and education, and soldiers, including such notable figures as Andrew Pickens and Robert Anderson.
Clemson Marina is located on Lake Hartwell in Seneca, SC directly across the lake from Clemson University.
The museum houses a collection of more than 10,000 minerals, rocks and fossils from locations in South Carolina and across the globe and features a wide variety of geological and paleontological exhibits. Admission is free - donations greatly appreciated. Open Monday - Sunday 10:00 am - 5:00 pm.
A linear waterfront park just over .5 miles long, the park also has picnic areas and lake access.
The 18-hole championship John E. Walker Sr. Golf Course was designed by DJ DeVictor to accommodate golfers of all skill levels. Hours and rates vary by season.
This 87,000-square-foot facility hosts world-class professional dance, theater, and musical performances throughout the academic year.
Enjoy 295 acres of natural landscapes, gardens, miles of streams and nature trails, and a 70-acre arboretum. The Gift Shop and Visitor’s Center are open from 10:00 am - 5:00 pm seven days a week (excluding University holidays) and the Garden itself is open from sunrise to sunset. Sunday - Saturday 7:00 am - 9:00pm