Amenities and Area Attractions
The Conference Center and Inn offers guests an array of amenities to enhance their stay.
- Fitness Studio
- Seasonal outdoor pool (closed on Mondays)
- 18-hole championship Walker Golf Course
- Courtesy dock on Hartwell Lake
- Lush gardens and large grassy spaces with beautiful lake views
For additional general information about Clemson University, visit the University's About website, which also features other local Clemson attractions.
By special request, Clemson University recreational facilities are available for inn guests.
A favorite among Clemson attractions, the Outdoor Lab prepares individuals and groups to work together through activities and challenges designed to promote communication and teamwork.
- High and low ropes courses
- Climbing wall
- Full-day or half-day sessions
Clemson University has several historic landmarks on the University grounds including:
A shuttle is available for James F. Martin Inn guests who are planning to participate in a Clemson University campus tour. The shuttle will pick up directly outside the Martin Inn and will drop off at the Class of 1944 Visitors Center. Please consult the Martin Inn front desk for shuttle schedules during your visit.
The Visitors Center offers a variety of informational services regarding Clemson attractions including:
- Campus guided tours
- University publications
Adjacent to the Conference Center and Inn and the Walker Golf Course is the South Carolina Botanical Garden. This 295-acre award-winning garden of streams, nature trails, pathways, ponds and geology museum awaits you in starting your journey in this nature discovery.
The South Carolina Botanical Gardens are open to the public for self-guided walks. Group guided tours can also be arranged.
The South Carolina Botanical Gardens offer a variety of events and activities for visitors including:
- Monthly nature walks
- Cultural and educational programs
- Natural and display gardens
- Historic buildings
- Nature-based sculptures
For more information, please visit the South Carolina Botanical Garden website.