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25 Jefferson Street, Suite 300 Clarksville, TN 37040 1-800-530-2487


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Find your way to Clarksville, TN this year and discover that getting away from it all is closer than you think. Located in the picturesque region of Middle Tennessee, Clarksville is conveniently located along I-24 and only a short 40 minute drive from the Nashville International Airport. Once here, you can enjoy activities on the beautiful Cumberland River, play a round of golf, sip some locally made wines, attend an award-winning festival or take in the nightlife.

Clarksville-Montgomery County has a great deal to brag about. Like our rich river heritage, our diverse community and our deep history. But those things are better left to experience on your own terms. Words cannot do justice to all that the area has to offer. Instead pack your bags, load the family in the car, and come by for a weekend (or longer)! With so much to do, you will want to come back again and again to this gem on the Cumberland.

Love to shop? Explore our multitude of well-known stores or calm your craving for the unique find at one of the many specialty shops that call Clarksville home. Settled in the 1790’s by John Montgomery, Clarksville is one of the South’s most historic cities. Take a stroll downtown and see the restored brick sidewalks, period lighting, benches and planters. The Franklin Street thoroughfare represents the centerpiece of a thriving downtown district. While downtown, take the time to explore the area at your leisure on one of our self-guided walking or driving tours, some of the attractions you will find are: • Shopping at a number of antique shops and boutiques. • Locally-owned restaurants offering everything from pizza, pasta and fresh brews to steak and seafood, casual or upscale, there is something to please no matter your mood. • Professional productions at a 1940’s modern art theatre. • Stunning architecture dating to the early 1850’s. • The second most visited general history museum and one of the region’s most photographed structures. • Austin Peay State University, with its galleries and historic architecture • Public art displays including photography, statues and a mural highlighting Clarksville’s heritage. Our moderate climate makes us every nature lover’s dream location. State parks and the Clarksville Greenway provide miles of walking and biking trails; your taste for the outdoors will be satisfied. Both the Cumberland and Red Rivers also provide endless hours of aquatic excitement. All of this doesn’t even touch on the many year round attractions that make Clarksville distinctive. From the Customs House Museum to Beachaven Winery and Vineyards we can provide a list of “must sees” for your visit. We are home to Fort Campbell Army Post. Since its inception in August of 1942, Fort Campbell has become home to the 101st Airborne Division, the only Air Assault division in the world. It also hosts two prestigious Operations Command units; the 5th Special Forces Group (Airborne) and the 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (Airborne). Known to many as the Screaming Eagles, a nickname they earned during the Second World War, Fort Campbell and the 101st continue to be one of the Army’s most deployed groups of soldiers. Civilian visitors can gain access and information by visiting the Visitor’s Center located at Gate Four.

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Since 1806 students have come to this urban campus for higher education. In 1927 the name was changed to Austin Peay State University in honor of then Governor Peay. The campus is home to several art galleries, state-of-the-art teaching facilities, sporting events and Austin Peay State University theatrical productions. Emerald Hill mansion, home of the Alumni Center, is on the National Register of Historic Places and is located on Second Street, just off campus.

Clarksville’s Civil War story may not be glamorous, but it is significant. Four markers have been placed in location throughout the county giving detailed account of the historic events that tookplace in this area. Follow the trail and relive history. The four current markers are located at Public Square, the corner of University and College Streets, Highway 76 and Riverside Drive near the pedestrian overpass. The trail is part of the multi-state Civil War Sesquicentennial Celebration that kicked off in 2011.

Hours: Open Daily 601College Street 931-221-7011

In April of 2011, the Fort Defiance Civil War Park opened its doors to a new interpretive center. Kicking off the 150th anniversary of the war that defined a century and changed the country, Fort Defiance overlooks the Red and Cumberland Rivers and has a breathtaking view of the Downtown. Visitors are encouraged to walk the trails and enjoy the history that the location represents. Displays, cannons and the occasional reenactors are just some of the things you can enjoy on your visit Fort Defiance to Fort Defiance. Hours: Spring/Summer Mon. – Sat. 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Sun. 1-5pm; Fall/Winter Mon. – Sat. 11 a.m. - 4 p.m. Sun. 1-5pm Admission: Free Tour Time: 30 Minutes 120 Duncan Street 931-472-3351

Beautifully preserved fields where the North’s first major victory of the Civil War was fought. Approximately 750 lives were lost on this historic ground. Located only a short 45 minute drive from Clarksville. Hours: 8 a.m. – 4 p.m Admission: Free Tour Time: 2 Hours 120 National Park Road, Dover, TN 931-232-5706 •

Fort Defiance

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Fort Donelson

Situated on 40 rolling acres, this living history museum features 18 restored log homes and outbuildings. Authentic period artifacts fill each building. Picnic areas and walking trails are scattered throughout the grounds. All of the structures date back to 1830-1870 and feature authentic furnishing. A Historic Collinsville wildlife center houses several examples of natural Tennessee flora and fauna. Group tours and student group packages are available. Hours: May 15-Oct. 12, Thurs.-Sun., 1 p.m. – 5 p.m.; Other times and dates by appointment • Admission: $5; Children Under 5: Free Tour time: 2 Hours 4711 Weakley Road, Southside, TN 931-648-9141

Built in 1858 by wealthy tobacconist Christopher Smith, this majestic antebellum home overlooks the Cumberland River. Constructed during the troubled pre Civil War era, the architecture reflects Greek Revival and Italianate styles. The home boasts grand hallways, an exquisite curved staircase and a “widow’s walk” on the roof. During the winter months, local organizations fill the home with over 20 Christmas trees decorated and sparkling. In 1998, the mansion was placed on the Nation Register of Historic Places.

A statue depicting a World War II soldier is the center of this small plaza that honors all of Clarksville’s fallen heroes from the Civil War through Desert Storm. The memorial is outside of Veterans Plaza, which houses County offices and the public library. Admission: Free • Tour Time: 10 Minutes • 350 Pageant Lane

Veteran’s Plaza

Located within Fort Campbell Military Post, this museum is filled with authentic memorabilia. The history of the 101st Airborne Division Screaming Eagles, 5th Special Forces and 160th Special Operations can be followed from WWII to Operation Iraqi Freedom. Just outside the museum various aircraft, military equipment and monuments are on display and will capture the imagination of every Don F. Pratt Museum child and child-at-heart. Visitors must obtain a visitors pass at Gate Four to gain access to the facility. Hours: Mon.-Sat. 9:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.; Closed Sun., Christmas and New Year’s Admission: Free • Group Tours Available • Tour Time: 1 Hour Building 5702, Tennessee Avenue, Fort Campbell 270-798-3215 •

Smith-Trahern Mansion

Hours: Weekdays, 9:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m.; Evenings and Weekends, by appointment only Admission: Adults $2, children $1 Tour Time: 45 Minutes 101 McClure Street 931-648-9998

The annual Fort Campbell Screaming Eagles Independence Week celebration of America’s birthday features carnival with midway rides and attractions, games of skill entertainment and a variety of concessions. Held on post, there are also concerts and other stages entertainment sure to please the whole family. Division Parade Field, Fort Campbell, KY • 270-798-2853

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See the best of historic Downtown Clarksville and its perimeter through self-guided walking and driving tours. Brochure maps are available at the Welcome Center, Chamber of Commerce, Customs House Museum, Montgomery County Courthouse and Cumberland RiverCenter.

Downtown Tours

Admission: Free • Tour Time: 2 Hours 931-647-2331

Built in 1890, the L&N Train Station was the scene for the Monkee’s hit “Last Train to Clarksville”. Once, one of the busiest locations in Clarksville, with soldiers and civilians arriving and departing daily, the facility is now open for public and private use. The Farmer’s Market is open Thursday mornings during the summer and fall in the Train Station parking lot.

L&N Train Station

Downtown Market located in Historic Downtown, is an open air market that features local farmer’s fresh produce, delicious baked items and other handmade goods. Unique and one-of-akind arts and crafts are also available. The market is open May–October, weather permitting.

Farmers Market

Saturday at Public Square 8 a.m. – 12 p.m. 931-645-7476 •


Hours: Mon.-Fri. 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. • Admission: Free Tour Time: 1 Hour • 1 Millennium Plaza (2nd and Commerce Streets) 931-648-5700

A monthly event, business owners and downtown galleries open their doors to those interested in seeing the works of local artists at this celebrated monthly event. Many businesses feature one or more local artists work in their boutiques and restaurants offering one-on-one time with the artists for people to view, discuss and purchase items created by local artists. Hours: First Thursday of Each month, 5 p.m. – 8 p.m. • Admission: Free 931-647-0444 •

Roxy Theatre

100 Franklin Street 931-645-7699 To view the upcoming shows and times visit:

Hours: Tues., Thurs., & Sat., 9 a.m. -1 p.m. Admission: $1 • Tour Time: 30 Minutes Commerce and 10th Streets • 931-553-2486 Farmer’s Market: Thursday 8 a.m. - 1 p.m.

Originally constructed in the 1800’s, the Courthouse and Courts Complex is a blend of state of the art technology and historic charm. Restored and remodeled after the 1999 tornado, this architectural beauty is the symbol of Clarksville’s historic downtown. Adorning the corridors of both buildings are 150 photographs illustrating the history and heritage of Montgomery County.

Clarksville’s oldest professional theatre offers patrons a combination of professional company shows (performed by actors from throughout the country) and community offerings. Housed in a 1947 modern art theatre, the Roxy produces ten main stage events annually. The Roxy’s “Other Space” produces four new scripts a year in its forty-seat, black-box theatre.

This internationally award winning event features over 100 entertainers on six stages, art,children’s events, a teen area, international exhibits and community talent shows, all spanning across historic Downtown Clarksville. The best part is that the entire festival is FREE! Rivers & Rivers & Spires Festival Spires Festival started in 2003 as a tribute to the returning soldiers of the 101st AirborneDivision (Air Assault). Since then, it has continue to follow this heritage, with special tributes for the many Soldiers from nearby Fort Campbell deployed in Iraq and Afghanistan. Hours: Thursday and Friday afternoon, Saturday all day Admission: Free, concessions Available 931-245-4344 •

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Public Square 931-645-7476 Clarksville has a variety of bowling centers to choose from with

Every third Friday from May to October, Strawberry Alley in Downtown Clarksville is home to the popular “Jammin’ in the Alley” concert series. Best of this entire event is FREE! Be sure to come out ready to eat, dance and have a great time. Hours: Third Friday of the Month From May 18-Oct. 17, 2012, 7 p.m. Admission: Free • Concessions available for purchase

Each year, the 100 block of Franklin Street comes alive with music, dance, theatre and art. During this day-long event, the street will be filled with over 25 artists booths displaying and selling their creations. There is also a silent auction where patrons can bid on many fabulous prizes, from trips to signed original artwork. That same evening, the Roxy Regional Theater host their annual Gala, raising money to support local artisans and fund the future expansions to the theatre. Hours: 9 a.m.-5 p.m. • Admission: Free • Franklin Street

The 4th Annual Fright on Franklin offers a safe trick-or-treating environment and a costume contest. Local businesses line the streets in Downtown Clarksville to pass out candy. Make sure to come out early to enjoy all the fun! Hours: 4 p.m.; Costume contest, 5 p.m. • Admission: Free 100 block of Franklin Street •

The Pinnacle Family Entertainment 430 Warfield Boulevard 931-647-2695

Hooper Bowling Center 5380 Tennessee Ave. Fort Campbell, KY 931-431-6347

Skyline Lanes 201 Kraft Street 931645-2456

Old railroad lines have been converted into a stretch of beautiful and peaceful walking and biking trails. This five mile paved trail is lined with trees, benches and overlook points and provides a valuable space for natural landscape and conservation. Parking lot space and restrooms are also provided. Hours: Open Daily • Admission: Free 1100 Pollard Road • 931-645-7476

Clarksville Greenway

Clarksville Speedway

Hours: Friday and Saturday night, Feb. – Nov. weather permitting. • Admission: Varies 1600 Needmore Road • 931-645-2523 •

Poston Building

Erected in Public Square in 2004, the Eternal Flame stands to honor the sacrifices of Soldiers and their Families. Eternal Flame

East Gate Bowling Center 1770 Madison Street 931-647-6541

Open February through November the speedway offers 1/8 mile drag races. The speedway is sanctioned by UMP and runs eight different classes of races. There is also a fenced park area for children. Races are held every Friday and Saturday night.

The Poston Building, built in 1842 by John Poston, is a group of three buildings under one roof. The building is one of several in the downtown area where advertising from the 1870’s designed for river traffic is still visible. Admission: Free • Tour Time: 10 minutes Public Square

standard to black light bowling. All offer open bowling times and shoe rentals. The centers also offer snack bars and evening entertainment. Call the centers to check open times and events.

Admission: Free • Tour Time: 10 minutes

The bounty of the Cumberland and Red Rivers is a haven for water enthusiasts. Whether you enjoy water skiing, jet skis, fishing or just cruising the river, the area offers a beautiful setting for fun in the sun. The areas Cumberland River was named one of the top cat fishing spots in the US by Field and Stream Magazine.

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Water Sports

Cumberland RiverWalk is home to McGregor Park and RiverCenter. This river front park has transformed the downtown area. It is the premier location for music events, art exhibits and community festivals. The walk includes a riverfront promenade, wharf, amphitheaters, overlook plaza, play- Cumberland RiverWalk ground, picnic area and public art. Hours: Open Daily • Admission: Free Tour Time: 30 minutes Riverside Drive • 931-645-7476

One of Clarksville’s most scenic areas, this 110-acre park is the perfect recreation destination. The cave and its surroundings were a mineral springs resort at the turn of the century. In the 1930’s and 40’s the cave entrance served as a naturally air-conditioned venue for Big Band performances. Some of the oldest known prehistoric cave drawings Dunbar Cave have been found inside the cave. Today, the cave is open for guided tours in the Spring and Fall. Two hiking trails are open year-round from dawn to dusk Hours: Open Daily, 8 a.m. - sunset • Visitors Center, Daily 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. • Admission: call for cave tours;Free for park • Tour Time: 1.5 hours • 401 Old Dunbar Cave Road • 931-648-5526

Clarksville has a wide base of recreation venues to satisfy the needs of many sports enthusiasts. Both the City of Clarksville and Montgomery County have a Parks and Recreation Department that provide a wealth of recreational activities and locations throughout the area. The area boasts: 25 Parks • 3 swimming centers 8 community pools • 5 golf courses 644 park acres • 9 tennis courts

Community Parks

Clarksville Parks and Recreation: 931-645-7476, Montgomery County Parks and Recreation: 931-648-5732

May - Oct. Movies in the Park Fridays and Saturdays throughout the summer and early fall, the City of Clarksville offers their Movies in the Park series. Come early to save your spot and to enjoy pre-show activities beginning an hour before the movie, which begins at dark. Be sure to bring your picnic, blanket and lawn chairs. Admission: Free, concessions are be available • Held at Heritage Park • 1241 Peachers Mill

June 30, 2012 • Old Fashioned Independence Day Celebration The City of Clarksville celebrates the country’s independence with a family-friendly event featuring live music, carnival games and fireworks. Admission: Free • Held at McGregor Park/Cumberland RiverWalk

September 7-8, 2012 • Riverfest Clarksville celebrates its river heritage in this annual festival featuring musical entertainment, children’s activities, fine art exhibits, boat races and more. Admission: Free, concessions available Held at McGregor Park/Cumberland RiverWalk

Clarksville is a golfer’s paradise with a climate that makes golf virtually a year round sport. Named “11th Best City in the US for Public Golf’ by Golf Digest, Clarksville’s courses offer beautiful greens at affordable prices. Golf Clarksville Country Club 334 Fairway Drive 931-647-5674

Eastland Green South 4674 Sango Road 931-358-5092

Cole Park Golf Club 1610 101st Airborne Division Road Fort Campbell, KY 270-798-1822

Mason Rudolph 1514 Golf Club Lane 931-645-7479

Eastland Green 550 Clubhouse Lance 931-358-9051

Swan Lake 581 Dunbar Cave Road 931-648-0479

Nov. 20, 2012-Jan. 2, 2013 Christmas on the Cumberland The beautiful Christmas on the Cumberland light displays and animated scenes are a wonderful holiday treat. Over two-million lights illuminate the one-mile RiverWalk. The display is held nightly from 5 p.m.-10 p.m. Admission: Free Held at McGregor Park/Cumberland RiverWalk

Birdsong Resort is host to the only freshwater pearl culturing operation in North America. Located in the heart of Kentucky Lake, the farm grows Tennessee’s official gem; the freshwater pearl. Walk-in visitors may enjoy the museum, a video, visit the farm and shop at the jewelry showroom. Overnight accommodations are available. Admission: Free • Tour Time: 1-5 Hours 100 Van Morgan Drive, Golden Park, KY 800-LBL-7077 •

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Freshwater Pearl Farm

A 17,000 acre outdoor playground, Land Between the Lakes National Recreation Area is just a short 45 minute drive northwest of Clarksville. Land Between the Lakes is an inland peninsula formed when the Cumberland and Tennessee rivers were impounded, creating Kentucky Lake and Lake Barkley; one of the world’s largest man-made bodies of water. The area Land Between the Lakes provides boating, fishing, hunting, hiking and camping opportunities. It is also home to HomePlace 1850, a working farm that displays life during the 19th century, a planetarium and one of the largest remaining herds of buffalo in the US. Admission: Free • Tour Time: 1-5 Hours • 100 Van Morgan Drive, Golden Park, KY • 800-LBL-7077 •

This year will mark the 15th anniversary of this annual archery tournament and bow making event. Held at Twin Oaks Bow Hunters Range, all archery enthusiasts are encouraged to participate. 1079 Ashley Road, Chapmansboro, TN 37035 • 931-362-3717

The 34th Annual Queen City Road Race features a 5k, 1 mile fun run and threeperson relay race through the streets of downtown Clarksville.

Enjoy free tours and tastings at one of Tennessee’s premier commercial wineries. Each of the award-winning wines are available on-site, as well as unique gift shop items. In the summer months, the vineyard is host to an outdoor jazz concert series, Jazz on the Lawn. Running Beachaven Winery from May–October, the vineyard brings acclaimed regional artists in for a free performance. Beachaven wine is for sale and no other alcohol is permitted. Bring friends, food, blankets and lawn chairs but leave animals, Jazz on the Lawn grills and a bad mood at home!

Hours: May-Sept.: Mon.-Sat., 9 a.m.-6 p.m., Sun. noon-5 p.m.; Oct.-April: Mon.-Sat., 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Sun. noon-5 p.m. Admission: Free • 1100 Dunlop Lane • 931-645-8867

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Queen City Road Race

As the only locally supported half marathon in Clarksville, The Go Commando Half Marathon & 5K began in 2011 to help give back to the community. This flat, fast Go Commando Marathon course is set on the banks of The Cumberland River and runs through downtown Clarksville. As a shout out to our troops over at Fort Campbell, and to all those who just enjoy “going commando”, you are sure to have fun at this race and in the Clarksville area. 931-245-4346 •

Regional, national and international artists consistently display their pieces in Clarksville galleries. Clarksville is home to permanent and rotating exhibits that feature a variety of mediums. These galleries provide the public an opportunity to view Art Galleries quality, original art forms, first hand. Downtown Artist Co-op Mabel Larson Gallery 96 Franklin Street Austin Peay State University 931-552-4747 931-221-7876 Trahern Gallery Downtown Gallery Austin Peay State University 116 Strawberry Alley 931-221-7876 931-221-7333

Built in 1898 as an US Post Office and Customs House for the flourishing tobacco trade, this architecturally fascinating structure is among the most photographed buildings in the region. The state’s second largest general history museum, the center features rotating shows, galleries and a sculpture garden. Permanent exhibits Customs House Museum and an interactive children’s area are available year-round.

Seasons Gift Shop

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Hours: Tues.-Sat. 10 a.m.-5 p.m., Sun. 1 p.m.-5 p.m. • Admission $7 Adults, $5 Seniors (65+) $5 Teachers and College Students with I.D., $3 Children (6-18), Free for Children under 6 and Museum Members Tour Time: 2 hours 200 S. Second Street • 931-648-5780

Doughboy (Legion St): The 81-year-old

Bring your family the 38th Annual State of Tennessee Old-Time Fiddlers Championship. This event will feature many of the best old-time musicians in the country. Hosted by the Hilldale Civitan Club, there is a competition with prizes awarded in several categories.

statue was erected in the 1920s to honor the city’s soldiers who died in World War I. Recently restored to its original state, the statue sits in front of the bus depot.

John Montgomery (Franklin St): A Revolutionary War hero and founder of Montgomery County.

Old Time Fiddlers

Doughboy Statue

of the 1999 tornado sits on a park bench reading an edition of The Leaf Chronicle that came out the day after the devastating tornado. The newspaper never missed a day of print.

Rossview High School, Clarksville, TN • 931-552-1113 •

The Center of Excellence for the Creative Arts and the Clarksville Community Concert Association will present the Jason Marsalis Group as the featured concert of the 52nd Annual Mid-South Jazz Festival. Hours: 7:30 p.m.-9 p.m. Admission: $25 APSU Music and Mass Communications Mid-South Jazz Festival Building, 8th and Marion St. • 931-221-7818

Celebrate German culture at The Annual Clarksville Edelweiss Oktoberfest. Since 1981, this event mixes European-style dance, food and live music. Presented by the Clarksville Edelweiss Club, come out and sample authentic German food and drink and enjoy Carnival rides for children of all ages. Admission: Free, food for purchase 790 Economy Drive, Off Hwy. 76, Near Exit 11 • 931-645-3382

Firefighters Remembrance (8th St) “The Day After” (Commerce St): A statue in honor

Fountains located at Millennium Plaza, Strawberry Alley, Public Square

Mural (Legion St): Strawberry Alley

A mural depicting Clarksville’s spires is painted on the side of a building and can be seen on Franklin Street.

This serves as a preliminary pageant for ladies ages 15-27 who hope for the chance to compete in the Miss Tennessee USA and Teen USA pageant. Winners appear in April at the Rivers and Spires Festival in the parade and will be available for autographs, interviews and pictures. These ladies also represent the community at various functions throughout the year, including the annual Clarksville Christmas Parade. Hours: 7 p.m.-9 p.m. • Admission: $25 • APSU Clement Auditorium 931-801-1925 •


This pageant is open to all married women 21 and over who are residents of Tennessee. Each lady will compete in a series of three categories; interview, swimsuit and evening gown. The winner will move on to compete in the Mrs. United States Pageant. West Creek Performing Arts Center, 1210 West Creek Coyote Trail 931-245-4346 •

Sculptures and artwork are scattered throughout downtown Clarksville, a tribute to the city’s commitment to the arts. Several statues depict famous Clarksville natives. A detailed description of the artwork can be found in the Walk or Drive brochures. Public art includes the following: • Statues Wilma Rudolph (Riverside Dr): One of America’s outstanding Olympic athletes, this Clarksville native won three gold medals in the 1960 Olympics and helped to bridge the segregation divide. Nora Witzel (Third St): This famous turn of the century photographer and artist was definitely before her time. She could be seen around town snapping photographs with her dog.

Miss Tennessee USA

Wilma Rudolph Statue

Delegates ages 15-26 from across the state compete for their chance to represent the state of Tennessee at the Miss USA and Teen USA pageant. Each lady competes in interview, swimsuit and evening wear categories, with the five finalists each ending the competition with a question. The pageant is coordinated by Kim Greenwood, wife of Grammy Award winner, Lee Greenwood.

Hours: Friday night preliminaries, Saturday night finals Admission: $35-$40 • APSU Music and Mass Communications Building, 8th and Marion Streets • 931-245-4346 •

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Take a drive downtown and you have access to shops, boutiques and restaurants that show off Clarksville’s local flair. Anchored by Franklin Street and Strawberry Alley, you will find an array of shopping opportunities ranging from antiques, clothing and jewelry to books and so much more. If a larger chain retail store or restaurant is more what you are after, there isn’t much Clarksville doesn’t offer. With more than 100 stores, the conveniently located Governor’s Square Mall is a great place to start. Also within this same area you will find several large retailers and specialty shops lined up along Wilma Rudolph Boulevard. But, it doesn’t stop there; Fort Campbell Boulevard and the ever-growing Madison Street are shopping thoroughfares with an array of options.




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Clarksville is full of unique eateries and well-loved national restaurants. Over 26 countries are represented in Montgomery County and its obvious when you sample our cuisine! Below is a list of local restaurants, pubs and best-kept secrets. For a list of the national chain-restaurants that call Clarksville home visit our website:

Guest House Inn Hampton Inn Hilton Garden Inn Home-Towne Suites Main Stay Suites Microtel Inn Quality Inn

Blackhorse Pub & Brewery 132 Franklin Street • (931) 552-3726

Red Roof Inn

Blondies 135 Franklin St • (931) 645-9725

Value Place Motel

Brunies 101 Strawberry Alley • (931) 645-8414 Cumberland Grille 1503 Madison Street • (931) 572-1002 Edwards Steakhouse 107 Franklin Street • (931) 906-8877 Hananoki Japanese Steakhouse 2111 Lowes Drive • (931) 647-0999 Kohana Japanese Restaurant 120 Corporate Drive • (931) 648-8208 Lovin Spoonful Café 128 University Ave • (931) 553-4080 Silkes Bakery 1214 College Street • (931) 552-4422 The Looking Glass 329 Warfield Blvd # H • (931) 552-6344

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Beachaven Vineyards & Winery Clarksville Country Club Clarksville-Montgomery County Economic Development Council • Chamber of Commerce Industrial Development Board • Convention & Visitors Bureau Clarksville-Montgomery County Public Library Clarksville Speedway Clarksville-Montgomery County Tourist Information Center Confederate Monument Cole Park Golf Course Customs House Museum & Cultural Center Cumberland RiverWalk/Cumberland RiverCenter/ Wilma Rudolph Statue/McGregor Park Don F. Pratt Memorial Museum Dunbar Cave State Park Eastland Green Golf Course Eastland Green Golf Course South East Gate Bowling Center Emerald Hill Clarksville Marina & Liberty Park Fort Defiance Gateway Medical Center Governor’s Square Mall Heritage Park Historic Collinsville Hooper Bowling Center L & N Train Station Mason Rudolph Golf Course Montgomery County Courthouse Outlaw Field Public Square Roxy Regional Theatre Skyline Lanes Smith-Trahern Mansion Swan Lake Golf Course Swan Lake Sports Complex Tennessee Welcome Center The Pinnacle Family Entertainment Center

Lodging EXIT 4 AREA 36. America’s Best Inn • 931-648-8800 37. America’s Best Value Inn • 931-552-2663 888-315-2378 38. Best Western Inn • 931-552-3330 800-528-1234 39. Candlewood Suites • 931-906-0900 888-226-3539 40. Comfort Inn North • 931-647-6144 800-228-5150 41. Country Inn & Suites • 931-645-1400 800-456-4000 42 . Courtyard by Marriott • 931-551-4480 866-579-4360 43. Days Inn North • 931-552-1155 800-DAYSINN 44. Econo Lodge • 931-647-2002

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Fairfield Inn by Marriott • 931-551-3200 800-228-2800 Guest House Inn • 931-552-8060 800-552-4667 Hampton Inn • 931-552-2255 800-426-7866 Hilton Garden Inn • 931-647-1096 800-560-7843 Home-Towne Suites • 931-551-7711 800-228-5150 MainStay Suites • 931-648-0404 877-424-6423 Microtel Inn • 931-905-1505 888-771-7171 Quality Inn • 931-648-4848 800-228-5151 Ramada Inn Limited • 931-552-0098 800-272-6232 Red Roof Inn • 931-905-1555 800-THE-ROOF Super 8 • 931-645-6300 800-800-8000 Wingate Inn • 931-906-0606 800-228-1000 ValuePlace • 931-572-1446

EXIT 11 AREA 58. Days Inn • 931-358-3194 800-329-7466 59. Holiday Inn Express • 931-358-5800 800-HOLIDAY 60. Quality Inn South • 931-358-2020 800-228-5150 61. Super 8 • 931-358-0810 800-800-8000 DOWNTOWN & FT. CAMPBELL AREA 62. A & W Motel • 931-647-3545 63. Edge of Town Motel • 931-645-6466 64. Meadow Motel • 931-645-4573 65. Mid-Town Inn • 931-647-6536 66. Oak Haven Motel • 931-552-2121 67. Parkside Inn & Suites • 931-552-0045 68. Riverview Inn • 931-552-3331 877-48RIVER 69. Skyway Motel • 931-431-5225 70. Travel Inn • 931-647-5233 71. Vacation Motor Hotel • 931-645-6483 72. Winner’s Circle Motel • 931-431-4906 73. Westgate Inn & Suites • 931-645-9084 CAMPGROUNDS 74. Clarksville RV Park & Campground • 931-648-8638 BED & BREAKFAST 75. Lylewood Inn Bed & Breakfast • 931-232-4203

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Daily tours of the Vineyard and Winery

Complimentary wine sampling

Unique gift shop

Picnic area to enjoy

Inquire about our Jazz on the Lawn Concert Series from spring thru fall

Open 7 Days Year Round April-December 9AM-6PM, January-March 9AM-5PM Sundays, Open Noon-5PM

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2012 Clarksville Visitors Guide  
2012 Clarksville Visitors Guide  

Visitors guide for Clarksville, Montgomery County, Tennessee and Fort Campbell, Kentucky.