Free parking on Clemson campus for solar eclipse


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courtesy - Nasa.gov
courtesy - Nasa.gov

Free parking will be available in a number of locations on Monday, Aug. 21, for visitors coming to Clemson University to participate in the “Eclipse Over Clemson” activities.

Directional signs will be in place as visitors enter campus on Perimeter Road (Silas Pearman Boulevard). Clemson University police and lot attendants will be on hand to assist with traffic.

Six commuter parking lots will be open free of charge to eclipse visitors beginning at 8 a.m. Other free parking areas for visitors include Kite Hill, the grassy area located at the intersection of Perimeter Road and U.S. 76, as well as the Park-n-Ride lot at the intersection of highways 76 and 93. ADA reserved parking is available on the first row of the C-2 lot, located at the corner of Perimeter Road and Williamson Road.

Please refer to the parking map for more information related to the eclipse viewing.

Transit service will be available from each lot to the eclipse activities.

The “Eclipse over Clemson” event will take place behind the R.M. Cooper Library in front of the Watt Family Innovation Center from 1 to 4 p.m.

Additional parking is available to “tailgazing” visitors at the Snow Family Outdoor Fitness and Wellness Center at $50 per vehicle. Vehicle occupants will be provided five pairs of special glasses for viewing the eclipse.

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