Modern Amenities, Southern Charm

While you’re in Clemmons, you most certainly will not want for things to do.  Golf, hiking, biking, horseback riding, fishing… there’s something for everyone.  And, for the adults, world-class wineries provide tastings and tours.  Shopping and dining opportunities are also plentiful.  If you are looking for art culture in your outing, we’ve got that too, with museums and theaters within a short drive.  In Clemmons, there’s always something to do.


If you enjoy golfing, we have 13 courses nearby that can challenge golfers at all levels.  Several of these local courses have even hosted major tournaments in the past.  Enjoy a serene morning or afternoon in the picturesque North Carolina landscape while you hone your game.

Shopping & Dining

Want to head out and find that great antique knick-knack or need some supplies to restock your RV?  Shopping in Clemmons has it all.  From boutique clothing shops to big box stores, you can find just about whatever you are looking for.

Hungry?  With 64 (and growing) restaurants and eateries in the Clemmons area, you’ll surely be able to satisfy just about any craving.  Barbecue, Asian, seafood, Mexican, Italian and good ol’ American fare can be had on any given evening.  Breakfast and lunch aren’t left out in the cold, either.  There are plenty of down-home breakfasts and hearty lunches available.

Creative Drama Children's Theater

Arts & Entertainment

Looking for some cultural venues to expand your horizons? Visit the Creative Drama Children’s Theater right here in Clemmons. Or, venture a little farther down the road to Winston-Salem and take in a play at the Stevens Center or spend an afternoon at the Children’s Museum. There are many interesting, creative and cultural things to see and do while you stay in the Clemmons area.

Winston-Salem Dash

Other Sports

Clemmons has sporting opportunities for just about anyone.  Like to head out on your bike and hit some high jumps?  The BMX track inside Tanglewood Park could be what you’re looking for.  Want to enjoy a game of baseball?  Take in a Winston-Salem Dash minor league game.  The whole family will love it.  Little league teams play at the Southwest Forsyth Little League Complex on eight active fields.  Soccer is played at the BB&T Soccer Park, located just across the Yadkin River in Davie County.   Football gets it’s time in the sun, too, with the Forsyth Broncos, a division of the Piedmont Youth Football League.  Come on out and have some fun with the local sporting scene.


The Yadkin Valley, North Carolina’s first American Viticultural Area, includes land in seven counties, including Forsyth, which is home to Clemmons.  There are more than 30 wineries within this region.  Several of the wineries and vineyards offer on-site restaurants, tastings, tours, music festivals, and harvest festivals.  The majority of vines here are Vitis vinifera, with wineries finding the greatest success with Chardonnay, Riesling, Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot.

Old Salem

Museums & Gardens

The rich history, beautiful scenery, and unbounded creativity found within Clemmons and the surrounding area is second to none. Get out and explore what life was like in the Old South or immerse your kids in an imaginative and fun environment. Want to stroll through acres and acres of spectacular gardens? No problem. Maybe you love contemporary art? We’ve got that covered, too.


There are plenty of things to do outdoors in the Clemmons area and something for every age.  Tanglewood Park is a great destination for the whole family with playgrounds, hiking trails, a dog park and a concert shell.  You can also have fun horseback riding, spending the afternoon on paddle boats or enjoying a game or two of tennis.  Numerous access points along the Yadkin River and a pier at Village Point Lake provide ample opportunities to test your fishing skills.  Take stroll along the Village Point Greenway, a 3/4 –mile path around Village Point Lake with spectacular views.


Clemmons is steeped in rich history dating back to when the village was first settled in 1802 by Peter Clemmons.  Originally called Clemmonsville, the Village quickly became a hub for agriculture and industry.  Stagecoach lines ran through Clemmons on a regular basis and electric power generation at the Idols Dam Power Station helped to propel the village into the industrial age.

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