• Face masks must be worn at all times when moving about Clemsonville. 

  • You may remove your mask when you are in the field, however please wear your mask when interacting with Clemsonville staff.

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  • Visiting is outdoors only. Social distancing is necessary.

  • Group sizes are limited to 6 people or less.

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  • Please wear face masks when in buildings and when interacting with Clemsonville  staff.

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  • We may occasionally have to limit the number of visitors on our grounds in order to maintain social distancing between groups.

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  • Face masks must be worn at all times when moving about Clemsonville. 

  • You may remove your mask when you are in the field, however please wear your mask when interacting with Clemsonville staff.

  • Visiting is outdoors only. Social distancing is necessary.

  • Group sizes are limited to 6 people or less.

  • Please wear face masks when in buildings and when interacting with Clemsonville  staff.

  • We may occasionally have to limit the number of visitors on our grounds in order to maintain social distancing between groups.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Clemsonville Christmas Tree Farm is open every day beginning Friday, November 27, 2020 through Christmas Eve from 10:00 am until 5:00 pm.

All Trees are $30

Clemsonville Christmas Tree Farm - Decorated Barn

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The Story of the “Everlasting Christmas Tree”:

 

Come see a Christmas wonder created by nature and man. Just like the famous faces of the Presidents carved into the side of Mt. Rushmore, this “Everlasting” Christmas Tree is made out of limestone rock and measures over 50 feet.  It was amazingly carved by nature’s hand and is decorated with fresh evergreens for the Christmas season. An eternal star of hope is at the top of the tree and gifts are under it to bring happiness to all and to all a Merry 
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