Introduction to Clemmons, North Carolina
Clemmons, North Carolina is 9 miles SW of Winston-Salem, North Carolina (center to center) and 60 miles NE of Charlotte, North Carolina.It is in Forsyth county. The village is part of the Greensboro - - Winston - Salem - - High Point metro area. The population of Clemmons is 13,827.
The area now known as the Village of Clemmons was established in 1802 by Peter Clemmons. In fact, the village is named after him. The first railroad entered the area in the 1870s. The village was officially incorporated in December, 1986. West Forsyth Senior High School, the largest high school in Forsyth County, is located in Clemmons. The school was founded in 1964.
Clemmons and nearby Attractions
- Tanglewood Park
- Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art
- Historic Bethabara Park
- Pilot Mountain State Park
- Old Salem
- Reynolda House
Things To Do In Clemmons
while staying Clemmons, you can visit the Tanglewood Park Arboretum and Rose Garden. You can also choose to watch plays and concerts at the Little Theatre of Winston-Salem. It is also worth visiting the Lawrence Joel Veterans Memorial Coliseum. Shopping can be enjoyed at the Clemmons Village Shopping Center and Westwood Shopping Center.
Smith Reynolds Airport can be reached within several minutes.
Clemmons Higher Education
Forsyth Technical Community College, Winston-Salem State University, and Wake Forest University are some of the nearest colleges and university.