Clover Community Information


The Town of Clover provides students with top-of-the-line facilities and programs to make sure they get the best possible education. In the fall of 2002, construction was completed on the Applied Technology Center, where students can take extra, highly specialized courses that increase their opportunity for success after high school.

There are five elementary schools, three post-elementary schools and one high school serving the Clover School District. However, the devotion to learning does not apply only to children as Clover has also recently combined with the neighboring communities of York and Fort Mill to enhance the adult education program. The new plan provides high school completion and GED programs as well as expanded course offerings, including elementary Spanish and computer applications.

Attractions & Points of Interest

The proximity to Charlotte provides plenty to do for those that love spectator sports. The NFL's Carolina Panthers and the NBA's Charlotte Bobcats are only a little over a half-hour away. Race fans will love being close to Lowe's Motor Speedway, located in Concord, North Carolina, about 45 miles from Clover. The speedway becomes a beehive of activity beginning with the annual Nextel Cup race in May. LMS is also home to the CARQUEST Auto Parts 300, The UAW-GM Quality 500 and the "Little Trees" 300. The season culminates in October with the longest Nextel Cup race on the NASCAR circuit, the Coca-Cola 600. The Outlaw Showdown is held at LMS's dirt track on the same weekend as the 600.

Parks & Recreation

Approximately 10 miles from Clover, Lake Wylie's more than 325 miles of shoreline extend upon both North and South Carolina. Lake Wylie is the perfect place for a peaceful retreat from the hectic pace of everyday life. Visitors can enjoy boating, camping, water skiing, fishing, swimming and hiking at the various parks located along the shores. All parks have free admission and many are open year-round.

Those who love the great outdoors will also want to check out The Greenway, an over 2,000-acre of undeveloped area north of Fort Mill, just off Business U.S. 21. Twenty-six miles of hiking, horseback riding and bicycle trails weave through the diverse area, providing scenes of natural beauty and wildlife habitat. Eight primitive campsites are available by reservation and a nature center is open to all visitors. The facility is approximately 25 miles from Clover.

Don't forget that this is a great part of the country to play golf, and Clover and surrounding York County are no different. From the novice to the seasoned pro, you are sure to find something that challenges and entertains. Residents of Clover also enjoy the advantage of living a little more than a three-hour drive from the celebrated Carolina beaches and the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains.

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