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Clemson's Revised 2020 Football Season

Aug 07, 2020 | Last Updated Sep 18, 2020
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Clemson's revised football schedule for the 2020 season was announced by the ACC on Thursday, August 6, 2020.

The Lakeside Lodge Clemson family will be celebrating every game of the 2020 season on-site, even the away games! You and your family and friends can create your very own Tiger Nation here with us in Clemson!

Our property is unique in that condo owners have the first right of refusal for game day reservations, which means we tend to release our high-demand inventory differently than most hotels and resorts in the area. If you don't see the condo type you want for a particular date, call us toll-free at 877-211-0997 and we'll add you to our waiting list.

Home game reservations work a little differently than everyday reservations. A 2-night minimum stay is required and must include a Friday and Saturday night. No deposit is required upon reservation; however, your credit card will be charged the entire nonrefundable cost of your reservation 30 days prior to your arrival date to secure your room.

Following the availability links below is a fast and convenient way for you to check our availability for each game weekend:

Check Availability Links

9/12 @ Wake Forest

9/19 Citadel

9/26 Open date

10/3 Virginia

10/10 Miami

10/17 @ Georgia Tech

10/24 Syracuse

10/31 Boston College

11/7 at Notre Dame

11/14 Open date

11/21 @ Florida State

11/28 Pitt

12/5 @ Virginia Tech

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