Located in the northwestern corner of York County, this peaceful town of roughly 5,094 residents is rich in historic ambience and antique shopping. The small town atmosphere combined with easy access to big city dining, shopping and entertainment make Clover an exceptional place to live.
Clover was first settled by the descendants of the Scotch-Irish. In celebration of its heritage, Clover residents host the annual Feis Chlobhair, or Clover Scottish Games and Scotch-Irish Festival, the second week of June. Bagpipes are played, haggis is eaten, cabers are tossed, and everyone has a good time. Clover’s sister city in Northern Ireland is Larne in County Antrim.