Clarendon (capital May Pen) is a parish in Jamaica. It is located on the south of the island, roughly half-way between the island’s eastern and western ends. Located in the county of Middlesex, it is bordered by Manchester on the west, Saint Catherine in the east, and in the north by Saint Ann.

Clarendon was named in honour of the Lord Chancellor Sir Edward Hyde, Earl of Clarendon. The parish was formed from a combination of three parishes: St. Dorothy’s, Vere and the old parish of Clarendon. Before the merger, the capital was Chapelton.