As of April 13 the conference hotel is fully booked; there is not a wait list, but feel free to call the hotel directly to check current availability.
Shuttle service will be available from both the Inn at Patrick Square and The Abernathy to the Madren Conference Center for conference participants. There are limited spaces remaining at both Inns, so it is best to make these arrangements at your earliest convenience.
The Conference Hotel is the James F. Martin Inn, which is attached to the University's Madren Conference Center. Conference rates range from $134 (room) to $154 (suite); these rates are available for Sunday, July 16 through Thursday, July 20. Please call the Inn directly to book (1-800-654-9020) and mention Reservation Code CCI-GF24191. Coming with someone who likes to golf? The Inn is located next to the Walker Course, the University's award-winning golf course on the edge of the lake.
Other nearby hotels include:
The Inn at Patrick Square, is a boutique hotel in a small town setting. This hotel is walking distance to the Clemson Wine Bar, Kite Hill Brewing Co., Rick Erwins Restaurant and Joe's New York Pizza. The room rates for July 16 through July 20 are $140 a night. Please call (864-643-0600) and mention the group code "230716" or "Southern Conference Learning/Retirement" in order to book your rooms.
The Abernathy, is the hotel across the street from campus and one block from Memorial Stadium. The conference rate is $145.00 a night for Sunday, July 16 through Thursday, July 20. Please call (864-654-5299) and mention the Group ID "SRCLR" or "Southern Regional Conference on Learning in Retirement" for booking.
The Sheperd Hotel, recently opened and developed in conjunction with the ClemsonLIFE program. ClemsonLIFE empowers students with intellectual disabilities to follow their career goals and experience life on a college campus.
The nearby lake and mountain towns of Seneca, Walhalla, Westminster, and Salem offer houses and cabins through rental websites such as VRBO.
Twin Lakes Campground sits on the edge of Lake Hartwell and is operated by the US Army Corps of Engineers.