The charming community of Clover, SC, is home to a rich Scots-Irish history and heritage. This charming town, located in northwestern York County, offers an amazing quality of life in the picture-perfect small-town setting with just over 5,000 residents.
Lake Wylie: A 12,455-acre man-made lake just minutes from Clover, SC, Lake Wylie is known for summer water sports, fishing and great times with family and friends. With more than 325 miles of shoreline, public boat access points and camping options are plentiful.
Kings Mountain State Park: The 6,883-acre retreat is home to almost 35 miles of forested hiking and equestrian trails; the park has two lakes and multiple streams for fishing perfect for a day trip or overnight adventure. Kings Mountain State Park offers 125 campsites available for RVs or tent camping or five picnic shelters available for rent or group gatherings.
The Living History Farm is a replica of a mid-19th century Yeoman Farm. Complete with house, barn, cotton gin, animals, weave shop and blacksmith, visitors are transported to a time where families had to grow their own food, make their own medicines from herbs and grow enough cotton for their clothes, just to survive.
Clover Scottish Games: Held annually in June, the Clover Scottish Games and Scotch – Irish Festival celebrates the heritage of the original people of the Town of Clover. The festival celebrates and showcases Scottish and Scotch-Irish arts, crafts, music, athletics, and traditions. The free festival features food, merchandise, musical entertainment, vendors and amateur Scottish heavy athletic competitions.
Kings Mountain National Military Park: When searching for history and stories of the American Revolution, Kings Mountain National Military Park is a must. Site of the Battle of Kings Mountain on October 7th, 1780, the battle is considered the “turning point” of the Revolutionary War in the South. Visitors can explore the battlefield, view a 26-minute film about the battle, view artifacts and hike the 1.5 miles paved battlefield trail that takes you to a monument that celebrates those who fought in this important battle.
Lutz Christmas Tree Farm: Offering customers a chance to cut their own Leyland Cypress trees, the Lutz farm, run by Brian and Jamie Lutz, planted their first tree in 2006 and opened on Thanksgiving Day 2009. The Lutz farm offers trees from $5 – $65 so you can spend a crisp fall night with the family finding the perfect tree.
With all of the great things Clover, SC, has to offer, make sure you check out Lennar’s beautiful Brookfield community. Single-family homes in a boutique community of just 80 homesites, Brookfield is just minutes away from Lake Wylie and provide small-town charm with modern home designs. Floorplans range from 2,490 – 4,041 square feet and feature four to six bedrooms. Don’t forget our Wi-Fi Certified home design and Everything’s Included package.