Something Better Is Waiting At The Pier
2 Resort-Style Pools and Pool Deck
Whether you want to go for a dip in our two heated spas, do some laps, or just relax on the pool deck. There’s plenty of space to stretch out and take a breather.
State-of-the-Art Fitness Center
Work out in our 5,000 sq ft fitness center, shoot some hoops at our regulation Basketball Court, Spike it up at our 2 Volleyball courts, and unwind while walking our 20+ acre walking trails. At The Pier, there is everything you need to stay fit and feel your best.
Opening this fall
The Club Room is designed with the Clemson student in mind. Whether you are looking to study for a final or hang out with friends, this space blends both indoor and outdoor leisure bringing ultimate comforts of home into one area.
Dog Park with Built-In Activities
Enjoy The Pier’s off-leash dog park. Great for letting pups run free, burn energy, and socialize with other dogs. Complete with built-in activities.
Opening this fall
With warm, open spaces designed to bring people together like the pull of a campfire, our thoughtfully designed outdoor space has everything you need for academic and social success.
Your Space to Thrive
Immerse in Clemson’s largest athletic fields—rugby, soccer, basketball, and kickball—all within reach for spontaneous Thursday games or a scheduled tournament. Elevate your club in our dedicated Chapter House, the perfect setting for hosting your organization’s meetings, awards, and events. Enjoy seamless connectivity with more CAT bus stops than any other property in Clemson, ensuring buses every several minutes.
Hear From Our Residents
Join over 2,500 residents who call The Pier home, creating a community to thrive in your club and spontaneous pick-up sports. But don’t just take our word for it; read what our residents say about their thriving club experiences at The Pier.
We are grateful for the team at The Pier to let us practice and host our games on the main field. High key, the wings at Tyler’s slap. We are excited for the Mansion units and to be able to host film study at the new Chapter house when it opens.”