How to Get to Clemson

Fly

The nearest major airport to Clemson, South Carolina is Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport (map). This airport is in Greenville, South Carolina and is about 38 miles from the center of Clemson, SC.

Ride

Clemson Area Transit provides free bus transportation connecting to the surrounding cities of Anderson, Central, Pendleton and Seneca.

Greyhound
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4500 Highway 81 N
Anderson, SC 29624
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The Greyhound bus station is located in nearby Anderson, which can be accessed via the Clemson Area Transit bus. 

Take a Train

Amtrak's Crescent line connects Clemson with the cities of New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington, D.C., Charlotte, Atlanta, Birmingham and New Orleans. The Amtrak station is situated at the intersection of Tiger Blvd and College Avenue. For more information, call 1-800-USA-RAIL.

Drive

From Columbia, SC: 125 miles; Take I-26 toward Spartanburg, SC. Take exit I-385 toward Greenville, SC. Exit I-85 S toward Atlanta, GA. Take exit 19B to US-76 W to Clemson

From Asheville, NC: 80 miles; Take US-74 W to US-23 S. Take I-240 S to I-40 E toward Winston-Salem, NC. Exit I-26 E toward Charleston. Exit US-25 S toward Travelers Rest. Exit US-123 W toward Easley, SC. Go through Easley on 123 to Clemson.

From Atlanta, GA: 130 miles; Take I-85 toward Charlotte, NC. Take exit 19B to US-76 W to Clemson

From Charlotte, NC: 130 miles; Take I-85 S toward Atlanta, GA. Take exit 19B to US-76 W to Clemson