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Driving Directions to the Campus by Automobile



To University:

From the North (from Charlotte, NC: 2.5 hours; Greenville, SC: 1 hour)
Take I-85 south to exit #19B (Hwy. 76/28 west). Exit toward Clemson
University. Follow Hwy. 76/28 west for approximately 12 miles (through 7
traffic lights), and exit off onto Hwy. 93 south towards Clemson
University. There are two ramps here; take the second one, under the
bridge. Once on Hwy. 93, travel approximately 1/2 mile to the first
traffic light. Bear to the right at this traffic light onto N. Palmetto
Blvd., and proceed 0.2 miles. At the stop sign bear left and the Visitors
Center will be on your right a the bottom of the cul-de-sac.

From the South (from Atlanta, GA 2.5 hours)
Take I-85 north to exit #14 (Hwy. 187). Turn left onto Hwy. 187 toward
Pendleton, and proceed approximately six miles until the highway ends at
Hwy. 76/28 (at the traffic light). Turn left and follow Hwy 76/28 west for
approximately 6 miles, and exit off onto Hwy 93 south towards Clemson
University. There are two ramps here; take the second one, under the
bridge. Once on Hwy. 93, travel approximately 1/2 mile to the first
traffic light. Bear to the right at this traffic light onto N. Palmetto
Blvd., and proceed 0.2 miles. At the stop sign bear left and the Visitors
Center will be on your right a the bottom of the cul-de-sac.

To Little John Collesium (basketball)

From the North (from Charlotte, NC: 2.5 hours; Greenville, SC: 1 hour)
Take I-85 south to exit #19B (Hwy. 76/28 west). Exit toward Clemson
University. Follow Hwy. 76/28 west for approximately 12 miles (through 7
traffic lights), and exit off onto Hwy. 93 south towards Clemson
University. There are two ramps here; take the second one, under the
bridge. Once on Hwy. 93, travel approximately 1 1/2 miles to the sixth
traffic light. Take a left onto Perimeter Road, follow signs for Coliseum
Parking.

From the South (from Atlanta, GA 2.5 hours)
Take I-85 north to exit #14 (Hwy. 187). Turn left onto Hwy. 187 toward
Pendleton, and proceed approximately six miles until the highway ends at
Hwy. 76/28 (at the traffic light). Turn left and follow Hwy 76/28 west for
approximately 6 miles, and exit off onto Hwy 93 south towards Clemson
University. There are two ramps here; take the second one, under the
bridge. Once on Hwy. 93, travel approximately 1 1/2 miles to the sixth
traffic light. Take a left onto Perimeter Road, follow signs for Coliseum
Parking.

To Memorial Stadium (football)

From the North (from Charlotte, NC: 2.5 hours; Greenville, SC: 1 hour)
Take I-85 south to exit #19B (Hwy. 76/28 west). Exit toward Clemson
University. Follow Hwy. 76/28 west for approximately 12 miles (through 7
traffic lights), and exit off onto Hwy. 93 south towards Clemson
University. There are two ramps here; take the second one, under the
bridge. Once on Hwy. 93, travel approximately 1/2 mile to the first
traffic light. Follow signs to stadium.

From the South (from Atlanta, GA 2.5 hours)
Take I-85 north to exit #14 (Hwy. 187). Turn left onto Hwy. 187 toward
Pendleton, and proceed approximately six miles until the highway ends at
Hwy. 76/28 (at the traffic light). Turn left and follow Hwy 76/28 west for
approximately 6 miles, and exit off onto Hwy 93 south towards Clemson
University. There are two ramps here; take the second one, under the
bridge. Once on Hwy. 93, follow signs to stadium.

To Doug Kingsmore Stadium (baseball)

From the North (from Charlotte, NC: 2.5 hours; Greenville, SC: 1 hour)
Take I-85 south to exit #19B (Hwy. 76/28 west). Exit toward Clemson
University. Follow Hwy. 76/28 west for approximately 12 miles (through 7
traffic lights), and exit off onto Hwy. 93 south towards Clemson
University. There are two ramps here; take the second one, under the
bridge. Once on Hwy. 93, travel approximately 1 1/2 miles to the sixth
traffic light. Take a left onto Perimeter Road, Doug Kingsmore Stadium is
located behind Jervey Athletic Center on the right.

From the South (from Atlanta, GA 2.5 hours)
Take I-85 north to exit #14 (Hwy. 187). Turn left onto Hwy. 187 toward
Pendleton, and proceed approximately six miles until the highway ends at
Hwy. 76/28 (at the traffic light). Turn left and follow Hwy 76/28 west for
approximately 6 miles, and exit off onto Hwy 93 south towards Clemson
University. There are two ramps here; take the second one, under the
bridge. Once on Hwy. 93, travel approximately 1 1/2 miles to the sixth
traffic light. Take a left onto Perimeter Road, Doug Kingsmore Stadium is
located behind Jervey Athletic Center on the right.

Parking

One-day visitor parking permits are available at the Visitors Center, 111
Daniel Drive, or the Police Department in Memorial Stadium. Extended
visitor parking permits are available from Parking Services in G01
University Union. Permits allow visitors to park in areas designated for
visitors, faculty, staff or students.

Free shuttle service is available from the large parking lots to the
central part of campus. The service operates Monday through Friday, and on
Sunday, and runs approximately every ten minutes.

Accessible Parking

Accessible parking areas reserved for individuals with disabilities are
marked by sign(s) and/or pavement marking(s) incorporating the
international disability access symbol. Obstructing access to a parking
area reserved for individuals with disabilities is prohibited. Vehicles
displaying an official disability access license plate, permit or placard
are the only vehicles authorized to park in these areas.

In addition to spaces specifically reserved for this purpose, any vehicle
displaying a valid disability access permit may park in an employee,
student, service vehicle or timed parking space. Students and employees
must display a current University decal or parking permit and a disability
access parking placard when parked in accessible parking.

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