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and friendly folks.
"Clemson's newly renovated University
Inn adds another layer of dimension to the
area's convention space," said Perri Leuck,
tourism coordinator with Visit Clemson. "The
completely updated hotel has meeting space
equipped to hold up to 600 guests in a the-
atre-style seating and 350 for a dining event.
The modern look of the hotel, paired with the
option of in-house catering by the Inn's elegant
restaurant, make it the perfect destination for
meetings in the area."
The Madren Conference Center at Clemson
University offers another 17,000 square feet
of meeting space and a 107-seat tiered audito-
rium. It was renovated last year, as was the 89-
room James F. Martin Inn connected to it.
Clemson's attractions include the South Car-
olina Botanical Gardens, located on the cam-
pus, and the Clemson University Outdoor Lab.
The campus' Brooks Center for the Performing
Arts hosts theatrical and musical performances.
Nearby Southern Wesleyan University has
its own modestly sized venues, including the
Newton Hobson Chapel & Fine Arts Center
and Bryant Lodge, the latter located in a park-
like setting on a pond. Outdoor recreation
is available in the area at Lake Hartwell, a
56,000-acre lake on Clemson's outskirts.
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