Clover is located in the Western part of York County 11 miles north of York, South Carolina. Incorporated in 1885; it was named after the clover patch that grew around the water tank that serviced the Chester and Lenoir Narrow-Gauge Rail Road. It currently has a population of 5,094 residents and covers over 2.4 square miles. The village of Clover began as a railway stop in 1876, midway between Yorkville, and modern-day Gastonia, NC, when the first railroad tracks were laid through the northern section of the county. Clover is a small town where family, friends, and the community can get together and have fun. With it’s many parades including the annual Christmas parade and Scotch-Irish Festival as well as other year round activities downtown. Clover is next door to the Blue Ridge Mountains as well as the Carolina beaches. Makes a great location for the whole family.
The median income for a household in the town was $37,335, and the median income for a family was $43,276.