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WHY CLARKSVILLE C

harming, vibrant, beautiful, historic, friendly – so much more to do than I expected. These are the words and phrases we consistently hear when visitors share their impressions of Clarksville. Our rich history and gorgeous downtown architecture are encompassed by a mighty river. Natural beauty abounds, creating a wealth of outdoor recreation. Hand-crafted foods and brews are inspired from 昀avors around the globe, but there's also plenty of down-home Southern fare.

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Our people are also pretty special. Home to two Olympic athletes -- both of whom were trailblazers, champions, and indisputable legends -- Clarksville is also the proud home to an Army division (101st Airborne Division, Air Assault) that is 昀lled with some of the bravest men and women on the planet. Why should Clarksville be on your must-visit list? We think the answer's pretty obvious when you browse through our 2020 Travel Planner. Still not convinced, follow along on our Instagram, read our blog, sign up for our enewsletter. We'll grow on you! 3


Visit Clarksville Visit Clarksville was established as the local tourism commission by the State of Tennessee in 1979 to positively in昀uence tourism in the Clarksville-Montgomery County area by promoting tourist attractions, hosting conventions, group tours and engaging in large-scale marketing efforts.

THERESA HARRINGTON Executive Director/VP of Economic Development

MICHELLE DICKERSON Director of Media & Marketing

FRANCES MANZITTO Director of Tourism & Sales

JANET WILSON Director of Sports Tourism

KARYL KIRKLAND Director of Tourism & Visitor Center

LINDA EBEL Assistant Director of Tourism/Historic Collinsville Manager

NOAH CURRY Content Developer

GWEN BROWNING Welcome Center Customer Service

BOB DOWLEN Welcome Center Customer Service

MARTY JOHNSON Welcome Center Customer Service

VISITOR CENTER 180 Holiday Drive | Clarksville, TN 37040 931.553.8467 | Tuesday - Saturday

ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE 25 Jefferson St., Suite 300 | Clarksville, TN 37040 931.647.2331 | visitclarksvilletn.com

ON THE COVER: Bubble Cave at the Customs House Museum Photo by Britney Taylor, a Visit Clarksville photo ambassador. Follower her on Instagram at @britneytaylor.

2020 Travel Planner © 2020 Visit Clarksville

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table of contents REASONS TO VISIT IN EVERY SEASON

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CALENDAR OF EVENTS

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2019 FAVORITE SCENIC PHOTOS

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DRINK & DINE

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FAMILY FUN

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SHOPPING

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OUTDOOR RECREATION

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HISTORIC ATTRACTIONS

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ARTS & CULTURE

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AREA HOTELS

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PHOTO INDEX

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AREA MAP

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DOWNTOWN MAP

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Reasons to Visit

in every season

springtime = adventure time

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Historic Collinsville Step back in time at the Historic Collinsville Pioneer Settlement. Open weekends May - October, you can tour 16 authentically furnished structures along the rolling 40 acres.

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Trails Discover the city's most scenic sites from a trail. While you can enjoy trails all year long, there's nothing quite like spring when you're greeted with new buds, blooms, wildlife and warming sunshine! Find "Instaworthy" pics at Dunbar Cave State Park, Rotary Park, the Greenway and RiverWalk. Community-Built Playground Liberty Park is home to a massive community-built playground. This civic-led project includes a separate area for toddlers, structures for climbing

and exploring and so much more. Plus, you're near picnic tables with scenic river views.

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Competitive Gaming F2Con is one of Tennessee’s newest gaming conventions. Hosted at the Wilma Rudolph Event Center for three days of intense competition and casual gaming, this event takes place on CDE Lightband’s super-fast gigabit internet, so you won’t have to worry about the lag as you battle your way to the main stage! Cycling Explore on two wheels from one of the city's BCycle rental stations. Hop on at Downtown Commons, Liberty Park, McGregor Park, the Greenway or APSU. Rent, then return at any location.

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Mountain Biking Before the summer temps reach the 90s, enjoy miles of mountain biking at the North Ford and Rotary Park trails. Whether your skills are leisure or advanced, we have a trail for you. Live Music May kicks off a summer of live outdoor concerts -- most of which are free! Kick up your heels or simply relax and listen at concerts from local and regional bands at Downtown Commons, Beachaven Winery, Old Glory Distilling and more.

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Rock Climbing Climbing is also relatively pleasant throughout the year, but spring is peak for breathtaking views at Middle Tennessee's designated outdoor rock climbing venue, King's Bluff. 7


Located in beautiful, historic downtown Clarksville, Yada is proud to be the only Cicchetti Bar in Tennessee, featuring small Italian sharing plates.

Hand Crafted Pasta Dishes Wood Fired Pizza Craft Cocktails

Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner with a full service cocktail bar and coffee bar. Yada is the perfect place to enjoy fresh, quality pasta dishes made in the traditional Italian style, or an authentic Neapolitan pizza made in our wood fired pizza oven imported from Italy. Enjoy our 36’ long Italian Carrera marble topped bar while sipping one of our boutique wines, a craft cocktail, or a cappuccino. Coffee

Breakfast

Lunch

7am-4pm

8am-11am

11am-4pm

Dinner 5pm-8:30pm Monday-Thursday

5pm-9:30pm Friday & Saturday

Check social media for updated hours

yadaonfranklin

www.yadaonfranklin.com

111 Franklin Street

yadaonfranklin

931-919-YADA(9232)


Reasons to Visit

in every season

Free Family Fun Summer activities

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Downtown Commons This full-block urban park is a kid’s delight! With an imagination playground, water features, free concerts in the summer, plenty of room for free play, and shaded spots for a picnic -- what's not to love?!

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Fort De昀ance Civil War Park Hear the stories, learn the history, see the weapons, wander the grounds and experience the views at the Fort De昀ance Civil War Park & Interpretive Center. Parks Explore two state and 30 local parks 昀lled with activities like splash pads, hiking, water sports, creeks, playgrounds, picnic areas, wildlife, history and more. Cave Tours Cool off with a cave tour where it's 58° year around. Plus, it's the only public cave in the world

where you can see prehistoric Mississippian Native American cave art dating to the 14th century.

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Walking History Tour Follow along three history trails and learn about Clarksville's heritage, notable residents, historic architecture, and other signi昀cant sites.

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Downtown Market Downtown Clarksville transforms to a festive spot on Saturday mornings May - October. The top-rated open-air market features locally grown fresh produce and handcrafted products.

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Disc Golf Disc golf is a sport the whole family can enjoy! Find two very different courses at Rotary Park (18 holes) and Barbara Johnson Park (9 holes).

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Watersports What better way to beat the heat than in (or on) the water? With 650 miles of navigable waterways, you can enjoy 昀shing, skiing, kayaking, boating, canoeing and tubing. Independence Day Celebration (July 3) Enjoy one of the most impressive 昀reworks displays in the state, if not the southeast. Celebrate with food, live music, and familyfriendly activities followed by the 昀reworks display over the Cumberland River at Liberty Park. Public Art Murals, fountains and sculptures dot the downtown and surrounding areas. A tour of Clarksville’s public art is both educational and entertaining.

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Reasons to Visit

in every season

inspiring reasons to visit in the Fall

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RiverFest This free three-day music and arts festival held along the banks of the Cumberland is an end-of-summer blowout with music, food, art and a kids zone. Welcome Home Veterans Celebration Remember, honor and celebrate America’s heroes with exhibits, concerts, ceremonies, a parade, and more at this 5-day event. Oktoberfests Enjoy German food and beer along with a variety of fall brews at Oktoberfests happening all around town throughout the fall. Country backroads Along rural highways and backroads, 昀elds are being harvested and tobacco barns are 昀ring the crop that made Clarksville one of the wealthiest

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cities in the nation in the mid-19th century.

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Mountain Biking If exhilarating hills, jumps and tight switchbacks are your kind of adventure, 昀nd your thrill along one of Clarksville’s professionally designed mountain biking trails. Patio Dining Cooler temperatures and lower humidity mean dining outside is once again a pleasant experience! A bonus: 昀nd premium river views from some downtown restaurant patios and balconies.

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Frolic on Franklin This celebration of the arts is an intimate street festival featuring demonstrations and work from 30 regional artists, and local entertainment.

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Greenway Vistas Soak up the splendor of fall color along the 9-mile Clarksville Greenway. The paved trail is ideal for walking, running, biking, or skating. Enjoy creek views, open 昀elds and dense woods, and bluffs -- nature at its 昀nest!

Seasonal Craft Beverages Clarksville’s winery, breweries, distillery, and meadery all unveil new seasonal offerings. Wicked Harvest, Hot Chocolate Brown Ale are samples of what tasters can enjoy in the fall season.

Farm Fun The cool fall temperatures will get anyone in the mood for pumpkin picking, hayrides, corn mazes and photo opps. Four farms feature a variety of seasonal family-friendly enjoyment.


Reasons to Visit

in every season

Let your creativity soar during winter

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Paint Pottery HorseFeathers in a unique pottery and art studio with no studio fees. Choose your pottery or wood item and paint it, then pick it up later or have it shipped. Blow A Glass Ornament Test the bounds of your creativity at a glass-blowing workshop at Erin’s Farm. Learn with an individual or group during the winter months and enjoy the tranquility at this century-old farm.

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Antique Shopping Antique and vintage shops are sprinkled throughout ClarksvilleMontgomery County. Discover treasures from by-gone days or ideas for repurposing your own items. Explore individual shops or wander through the large collections at Miss Lucille's Marketplace or Warehouse 41.

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Performing Arts Clarksville's oldest professional theatre, the Roxy offers patrons both professional company shows and community offerings. Enjoy 10 mainstage productions, or four new scripts a year in the 40-seat, black-box theatre.

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Indoor Adventure From high-speed go carts and laser tag at The City Forum to glow-in-the-dark golf at D&D Mini Golf, we will keep your family entertained. Need to take the thrill up a notch? Try Clarksville Climbing's indoor rock wall or one of the city's newest amusements, Red Axe and Axe Throwing.

Trampoline Thrills There's nothing quite like a trampoline to bring out the kid in all of us. The 15,000 square feet of interconnected, trampolines with dodgeball, trapeze, launchpads, foam pits, a battle

beam and Ninja obstacle course at Planet 3 Extreme Air Park puts a smile on all faces.

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Escape Games A fun, creative and challenging game for families or small groups, you'll need all your wits to plot and plan your successful escape at Excape Games.

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Bubbles, Trains & More A bubble cave, massive train display, and family art room are just the beginning of a fun, experience at the Customs House Museum.

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Dueling Pianos Old Glory Distilling tranforms into the largest dueling piano bar in the South. The piano men put on a high-energy show where you and your friends are just as much a part of the show as the entertainers. 11


Reasons to Visit

in every season

Clarksville Sparkles with the Magic of Christmas

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drive around the track at the Clarksville Speedway. These impressive three-million light displays are a treat for all ages! Open from Thanksgiving through New Years.

Christmas on the Cumberland Kick off the holiday season with a dazzling display at Christmas on the Cumberland. Over one million lights illuminate the half-mile walk along the river. Roxy Christmas Production Treat the family to a familiar Christmas production at the historic Roxy Regional Theatre. Past shows include A Christmas Carol, A Charlie Brown Christmas and Miracle on 34th Street. Winter Ice Downtown Commons transforms to an outdoor ice skating rink evenings and weekends from Thanksgiving through MLK Jr. Day. Drive Thru Christmas Lights Put the awe and wonder back in your holiday season with a

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Erin’s Farm From WinterFest activities to tree-cutting to hand-blowing your own glass ornament, this century farm will take your family back to days gone by. Don't miss the free hot chocolate!

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Lighted Christmas Parade The sparkle of this annual evening event will thrill the young at heart of all ages the 昀rst Saturday in Decmeber.

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Trees of Christmas More than 20 trees adorn the rooms of the beautiful historic Smith Trahern Mansion during

the month of December. Trees are decorated by community organizations around a speci昀c theme.

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A 19th Century Christmas Learn how our ancestors celebrated Christmas during the Civil War at Fort De昀ance. Step back in time to see period decorations, visit with a 19th century Santa, and enjoy eggnog, cakes, and caroling.

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Downtown Lights Downtown Clarksville glows with millions of lights throughout the central downtown. If you're just not feeling the holiday spirit, want to impress a date, or are aiming to create a truly memorable family trip, head to downtown and prepare to be wowed! 13


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Tuckasee Outdoor Expo Wilma Rudolph Event Center A day 昀lled with boats, RV’s, animals, children’s activities and so much more! It’s perfect for the whole family. tuckesseeoutdoors.com/

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Chocolate Affair Wilma Rudolph Event Center Ticketed event featuring sweet and savory treats from local and national businesses. cityofclarksville.com/383/ChocolateAffair

Surrender of Clarksville Fort De昀ance Civil War Park

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Living-history event to commemorate the surrender of Fort De昀ance to Union soldiers in 1862. ftde昀anceclarksville.com/

USO 10 Miler, 5K & Fun Run Fort Campbell's Division Parade Field Race to support the mission of the USO in Tennessee and Kentucky starting and 昀nishing at the Division Parade Field. runsignup.com/Race/KY/FortCampbell/ USOTenMiler

Winter Months Dueling Pianos

Old Glory Distilling High energy show where you and your friends are just as much a part of the show as the entertainers. oldglorydistilling.com

Year Around

First Thusday Art Walk artwalkclarksville.com

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Home & Garden Show Wilma Rudolph Event Center Check out all the latest spring products and vendors at the Wilma Rudolph Event Center. clarksvillechamber.com

Gateway Chamber Orchestra gatewaychamberorchestra.org

Roxy Regional Theatre roxyregionaltheatre.org

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calendar of events

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F2CON Wilma Rudolph Event Center 16 hours of competitive and free-play gaming for all ages and skill levels f2con.com

may

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Multi-day “thank you” for soldiers. clarksvillechamber.com

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TSSAA Decathlon & Pentathlon State Finals Austin Peay State University visitclarksvilletn.com/events

Bill Hoy Clarksville Kiwanis Rodeo Montgomery County 4-H Arena This 32nd annual event is PRCA nationallysanctioned and family-friendly. clarksvillerodeo.com

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visitclarksvilletn.com/events

With distances of 100, 62, 33 and 20 miles to choose from through some of the 昀attest country around, this ride promises to be fast and fun! active.com/clarksville-tn

Historic Collinsville Pioneer Settlement

Warrior Week

Austin Peay State University

Clarksville Rotary Annual Metric (CRAM)

Eggstravaganza & Spring Homecoming Tour the pioneer settlement with docents, food trucks, lawn games, and more. historiccollinsville.com

TMSAA Track & Field State Finals

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Montgomery County Fair Clarksville Speedway Agricultural exhibits, contests, pageants, motor sports, carnival rides, artisans, crafts and more. clarksvillespeedway.com

15th Annual Wilma Rudolph 5K/10K Sango United Methodist Church Honor this hometown and Olympic hero on her birthday weekend in a 5K or 10K road race. active.com/clarksville-tn


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Independence Day Celebration

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Liberty Park

Downtown Market

Celebrate our nation's independence with great food, live music, and family-friendly activities followed by Clarksville's largest 昀reworks display. cityofclarksville.com

Open-air market around Public Square with fresh produce and hand-made items. Saturday mornings, May 23-Oct 17. cityofclarksville.com

Downtown @ Sundown Old Time Fiddler's Championship Wilma Rudolph Event Center Featuring some of the most highly-regarded “old-time” musicians in the country, this family-friendly event showcases bluegrass bands and solo musicians. tn昀ddlers.com

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Monthly concert series on the 昀rst and third Friday nights at Downtown Commons. downtowncommons.org

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Movies in the Park

Free sunset movies at Liberty and Heritage Parks on Saturday evenings. cityofclarksville.com

Jazz on the Lawn

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Outdoor Saturday concert series opening May 9 at Beachaven Vineyards & Winery. beachavenwinery.com/jazz-on-the-lawn

Dunbar Cave Tours Find more details and event details at

visitclarksvilletn.com/events

See unique features of the cave, including Mississippian native American iconography, dating from approximately 1350 AD. Reservations recommended. tnstateparks.com/parks/dunbar-cave

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calendar of events

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Clarksville Sunrise Century Bicycle Tour Rossview High School A 100-mile, 62-mile and 33-mile ride in beautiful open country. active.com/clarksville-tn

RiverFest McGregor Park

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Eastland Park visitclarksvilletn.com/events

Miss Tennessee USA and Miss Tennessee Teen USA Pageants Austin Peay State University

Music, art, family activities and more along the Cumberland River. clarksvilleriverfest.org

Frolic on Franklin

TSSAA Cross Country Championships

Fright on Franklin

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Downtown Clarksville

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Trick-or-treat safely at this downtown festival. cityofclarksville.com

Franklin Street, 100-block 30 local artists show and sell their work in this street festival. roxyregionaltheatre.org/frolic

Welcome Home Veterans Celebration

Delegates compete at APSU to earn the crown.

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Beachaven Winery

HarvestFest Historic Collinsville Pioneer Settlement Fall celebration with corn maze, pumpkin painting, storytelling, food, and music. historiccollinsville.com

Five-day multi-event celebration to honor veterans. welcomehomeveteranscelebration.com

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APSU Homecoming Austin Peay State University apsu.edu

WinterFest Erin's Farm

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Hayrides, hot cocoa, food, crafts for the kids, smore making, family fun and games. Also select and cut your own fresh Christmas tree. erinsfarm.com

Valor Run TBD valorrunclarksville.wordpress.com

Christmas on the Cumberland Cumberland Riverwalk

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1 million light display along the Cumberland RiverWalk. Continues through Jan 1. cityofclarksville.com

Trees of Christmas Smith Trahern Mansion 20 community-decorated trees within the stately antebellum mansion. smithtrahernmnsion.com

Lighted Christmas Parade Winter Ice Downtown Commons Enjoy outdoor ice skating in the heart of downtown. Black Friday through MLK Jr. Day. downtowncommons.org

Drive-Thru Christmas Lights Clarksville Speedway

Downtown Clarksville

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61st Annual evening parade in downtown Clarksville. cityofclarksville.com

TN East vs. West All-Star Classic Austin Peay State University The top seniors battle for the football championship. visitclarksvilletn.com/events

One-mile course covered with captivating displays of 3 million lights. clarksvillespeedway.com

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Escape into a custom adventure

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larksville is a young, vibrant city with an average age of 30. So you can expect to discover loads of family-friendly activities and fun things to do both indoors and in the great outdoors! Create a custom adventure the entire family will enjoy. Choose among: • Historic attractions where the past steps into the present. • Outdoor adventure...the best way to learn. In fact, you'll 昀nd whole section of these opportunities a few pages over. • Indoor entertainment where you can jump, drive, shoot, golf, bowl, or climb to your heart's content. • Creative spaces where your you're liminited only by your imagination. • Artistic outlets to design, paint, sculpt, write, read and let the creative juices soar. • Places to learn that are fun and interactive. Or, maybe your family needs some time to unplug, unwind and reconnect. There's no better way to accomplish that than exploring new places, experiences and people together. Remember, "Adventures are the best way to learn!"

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Clarksville Climbing

Dunbar Cave State Park

119 W. Dunbar Cave Rd. clarksvilleclimbing.com

401 Old Dunbar Cave Rd. tnstateparks.com

Clarksville Parks & Rec

Excape Games

(Community Parks, Area Pools, Municipal Golf Courses) cityofclarksville.com

1943 Fort Campbell Blvd excapegames.com

Pinnacle Family Entertainment Center 430 War昀eld Blvd. pinnaclebowl.com

Planet 3 Extreme Air Park 310 Needmore Road planet3clarksville.com

Fort De昀ance Civil War Park Clarksville Speedway 1600 Needmore Rd. clarksvillespeedway.com

120 Duncan St. fortde昀anceclarksville.com

Port Royal Historic State Park 300 Old Clarksville Hwy. tnstateparks.com

Cross Creek Clays

Governor’s Square Mall & AMC Theatres

Rainbo Skate Center

3975 Jarman Hollow Rd., Palmyra crosscreekclays.com

2801 Wilma Rudolph Blvd governorssquare.net

631 Highway 41A Bypass rainboskatecenter.com

Cumberland RiverWalk

Historic Collinsville Pioneer Settlement

Red Axe Throwing

640 N. Riverside Drive cityofclarksville.com

4711 Weakley Rd., Southside historiccollinsville.com

307 Providence Blvd. redaxethrowingcompany.com

Regal Cinemas

Customs House Museum & Cultural Center

Horsefeathers Pottery Studio

200 S. Second St. customshousemuseum.org

94 Franklin St. myhorsefeathers.com

D&D Blacklight Mini Golf

Magic Wheels Fun Center

211 Holiday Dr. dndminigolf.com

1671 Fort Campbell Blvd. magicwheelsfun.com

Don F. Pratt Memorial Museum

Montgomery County Parks & Rec

592 Fire Station Rd. Suite B axethrowingplace.com/

(County Parks & Disc Golf) mcgtn.org/parks

The City Forum

2604 Screaming Eagle Blvd., Fort Campbell fortcampbell.com/museums/ don-f-pratt-museum/

Downtown Commons

Montgomery County Shooting Complex

215 Legion Street downtowncommons.org

4201 Southside Rd., Southside shoottn.org

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1810 Tiny Town Rd. regmovies.com

Roxy Regional Theatre 100 Franklin Street roxyregionaltheatre.org

The Axe Throwing Place

2231-T Madison St thecityforum.com


Savor the Authentic Flavors

Drink & Dine

Tap into our crafty creations.

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ranted, we're on the northern side of the Southeast. Regardless, in the South, we do food right! In Clarksville, you'll 昀nd more than you expect, and best of all – at a variety of affordable price points. Oh, and don't worry about leaving hungry. We dish out hearty servings!

SOUTHERN FARE

You'll probably expect to 昀nd your share of BBQ (that's a southern noun for pulled pork, not a verb), fried chicken, cat昀sh, steaks and those (in)famous mouthwatering desserts. You won't be disappointed! Options like Johnny's Big Burger, The Cat昀sh House, Edward's and Excell's Market will give you all of that and more.

ON THE TRENDY SIDE

Fish tacos, avocado toast, 昀atbread pizzas, buffalo shrimp lettuce wraps, customs blends... yep, we've got that too. Spots like Liberty Park Grill, Strawberry Alley Ale Works, Mad Herbalist, Miss Lucille's Cafe, and Blackhorse Pub & Brewery offer dozens of fresh, made-from-scratch entrees, often with seasonal menus.

State University, and our dozens of international industries give the city a robust international food scene. Where else can you get authentic Korean Bulgogi and German Schnitzel in the same restaurant? Try something new. You'll appreciate that all of our 230+ restaurants are affordably priced.

You may also enjoy the crafty creations in our breweries and pubs, distillery and winery. Find those listings on page 29.

INTERNATIONAL FLAIR

Surprisingly, international cuisine may be where we truly excel. The in昀uence of the Fort Campbell Army Post, Austin Peay 27


Sweets & Treats

Coffee & Tea

B’s Cheesecakes

Getsome Coffee

305 N. Riverside Dr.

3862 Trenton Rd. getsomecoffee.com

Bethlehem Mexican Bakery 2851-A Ft. Campbell Blvd Find them on Facebook

King Tut Coffee & Grill

Bunny Bun Bakery

212 Providence Blvd. kingtutcoffee.com

1803 Madison St., Suite A Find them on Facebook

Coldstone Creamery 1780-C, Tiny Town Rd Ste C 1839 Madison St Suite B coldstonecreamery.com

Frozen Fuel 120 Strawberry Alley frozenfuelclarksville.com

Lasater’s Coffee & Tea

2622 Madison St. 215 Legion St. (seasonal) gollygs.com

Beachaven Vineyards & Winery 1100 Dunlop Rd. beachavenwinery.com

Blackhorse Brewery & Pub 132 Franklin St. blackhorsebrews.com

Evill Nash Brewing

multiple locations lasaterscoffee.com

232 S. 10th St. evillnashbrew.com

Mugsy’s Coffee Co.

King’s Bluff Brewery

3291 Ft. Campbell Blvd. 620 Dunlop Lane mugsysfreshroast.com

Plumb Line Coffee Golly G’s

Brews, Wines & Spirits

124 University Ave. plumblinecoffee.com

Ravenwood Coffee & Creations

128 University Blvd. kingsbluffbeer.com

Old Glory Distilling Co. 451 Alfred Thun Rd. oldglorydistilling.com

Star Spangled Brewing Company

Sweetest Batch Cupcakery

1525 Wilma Rudolph Blvd. Find them on Facebook

2237 Lowes Drive thesweetestbatchcupcakery.com

Starbucks

1030 Progress Drive facebook.com/ StarSpangledBrewingCo

multiple locations starbucks.com

Strawberry Alley Ale Works

GiGi’s Cupcakes 620 Dunlop Lane gigiscupcakesusa.com

The Coffee Shop at Miss Lucille's

700 N. Riverside D

2231 Madison St misslucillesmarketplace.com

La Michoacana Gourmet

The Mad Herbalist

1671 Ft. Campbell Blvd.

1601 Madison St themadherbalist.com

La Michoacala Delicias

103 Strawberry Alley saaleworks.com

Tennessee Valley Brewing Company 2088 Lowe’s Drive tnvalleybrewing.com

Thistle Sweets 1880 Woodlawn Rd thistlesweetstn.com

Yada on Franklin 111 Franklin Street yadadeli.com

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LOCAL RESTAURANT

Sampler

Blackhorse Pub & Brewery

Kimo’s Hawaiian Grill

Roux Americajun

132 Franklin St. blackhorsebrews.com

1575 Fort Campbell Blvd. kimos-hawaiian-grill.business.site

125 Franklin St. rouxmenu.com

BonFire Mongolian Grill

Kohana Sushi & Ramen

Silke’s Old World Breads

1767 Wilma Rudolph Blvd. bon昀remongolian.com

120 Corporate Dr. kohanagroup.com

1214 College St. silkesoldworldbreads.com

Campbell’s Kitchen

Liberty Park Grill

Smokin’ Chikin

549 Dover Rd.

125 Marina Way libertyparkgrill.com

1820 Tiny Town Road smokinchikin.com

620 Dunlop Lane, Suite 119 caprigiospizza.com

Lindo Veracruz

Smoove’s Grill

1446 Madison St.

2150 Fort Campbell Blvd.

The Cat昀sh House

Looking Glass Restaurant & Bakery

South of the River BBQ

Caprigio's Pizza

1461 Zinc Plant Rd. thinkcat昀sh.com

The Choppin’ Block 2212 Madison Street thechoppinblock.com

Excell’s BBQ 3102 Ashland City Road

Edward’s Steakhouse 107 Franklin St. edwardssteakhouse.net

Fuji Yama Japanese Steak & Sushi 2257 Wilma Rudolph Blvd. fujiyamaclarksville.com

Gingham Café 1955-C Madison Street ginghamcafe.com

Hananoki Japanese Steakhouse 2111 Lowes Dr. 2400 Madison St # 12 hananokijapanesesteakhouse.com

2300 TN-48

329 War昀eld Blvd. thelookingglassrestaurant.com

Strawberry Alley Ale Works

The Mad Herbalist

103 Strawberry Alley saaleworks.com

1601 Madison St. themadherbalist.com

Madeleines Place 100 Strawberry Alley madeleinesplace.com

Mediterranean Grille 541 Franklin St.

Miss Lucille’s Café 2231 Madison St. misslucillesmarketplace.com

Mission BBQ 2644 Wilma Rudolph Blvd. mission-bbq.com

Momo’s Korean BBQ 1913 Fort Campbell Blvd. momokoreanbbq.webs.com

Storming Crab Boil Cajun Seafood 2135 Lowes Dr. stormingcrab.com

Sweet P's Southern Style 3371 US-41A

Tandoor Indian Bistro 2868 Wilma Rudolph Blvd. tandoorclarksville.com

Wicked Good Sandwiches 605 Cumberland Drive wickedgoodsandwiches.com

West Coast Taco 1725 Wilma Rudolph Blvd E facebook.com/wctacoshop/

Yada on Franklin

2131 Lowes Drive harborcafeclarksville.com

334 Fairway Drive

111 Franklin St. yadadeli.com

Pablo’s Authentic Mexican

Yellowtail Robota Grill & Sushi

Hot Pita

1042 S. Riverside Dr. pablosmexicanrest.com

Harbor Café

136 Franklin St. hotpitatn.com

Johnny’s Big Burger 428 College St. facebook.com/johnnysbigburger

P'Body's at the Club

Paradise Indian Grill 620 Dunlop Lane Paradiseindiangrilltn.com

Pho King 30

2509 Wilma Rudolph Blvd. restaurantwebexperts.com/ YellowtailRobata

210 Needmore Rd.

Check out visitclarksvilletn. com for a full list of restaurants or clarksvillechamber.com for local food trucks and take-out.


Browse away with

Local Shopping

Everything you need and local flair you never dreamed possible.

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n addition to familiar national brands like Academy Sports, Bed Bath & Beyond, Dillard’s, Ulta, At Home and more, visitors to Clarksville also have the option of one-of-a-kind 昀nds from a variety of local shops. From antiques to art, crafty to couture, you’ll have no trouble 昀nding that “something special” or a memorable souvenir during your time in Clarksville. New retail opens in Clarksville regularly and different commercial districts each have their own style. •

The Exit 4 is home to Governor's Square Mall and numerous national and regional brands.

Find eclectic, collectible, couture, boutique and local art downtown.

Traditionally residential, the Exit 11/Sango area is an emerging retail district with restaurants, shops and services opening regularly. Established businesses like Miss Lucille's Marketplace and other antique shops make this area worthy of some time.

There's a strong entrepreneurial spirit at Exit 1, a gateway to Fort Campbell. Here you'll 昀nd international restaurants and great BBQ, home-based food and bakeries, and more.

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The Copper Petal 127 Franklin St. thecopperpetaltn.com

Couture Crush 101 Franklin Street thecouturecrush.com

Governor’s Square Mall 2801 Wilma Rudolph Blvd governersquare.net

Hey Noli 135 Franklin St. heynoli.com

Plato’s Closet 116 Morris Road platosclosetclarksville.com

Rede昀ned Boutique 1850 Madison Street Find them on Facebook

Rogate’s Boutique 2231-L Madison Street rogatesboutiquetn.com

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Antiques & Collectibles Antique Cache & Collectibles 98 Franklin St. antiquecacheandcollectibles.com

The Shoppes at Sango

Journey’s Eye Studio

3470 Highway 41A South shoppesatsango.com

131 Franklin Street 617-901-3374 journeyseyestudio.com

This Old Place 1216 College St. thisoldplacetn.com

Mildred and Mables 109 Franklin Street facebook.com/mildredandmables

Unexpected Treasures Creekside Farm Antiques & Restoration

1015 S. Riverside Drive Unexpectedtreasurestn.com

1057 Belmont Rd. creeksidefarmantiquesandr estoration.com

Warehouse Forty One

Out of the Past Antiques & Collectibles 436 Bolin Lane outofthepastantiquesandcollectibles. com

Miss Lucille’s Marketplace

Gifts & Art

Seasons: The Museum Store

And Vinyl 139 A Franklin St. andvinyl.com

Downtown Artists Co-op Rocking Horse Antiques 1311 Fort Campbell Blvd.

1101 Dover Rd. facebook.com/themillcraft

1214 College Street facebook.com/warehousefortyone

Madison Street Antiques 1461 Madison Street

The Mill

96 Franklin Street downtownartistsco-op.com

109 Franklin Street misslucillesmarketplace.com

200 S. 2nd Street customshousemuseum.org

Simply Brigitte’s Home & Garden Design 1501 Madison Street Find them on Facebook

The Old Mercantile Second Chances Antiques & Treasures 2448 US 41A secondchancesantiques andtreasures.com

Grand Divisions on Franklin 121 Franklin St.

260 Needmore Rd theoldmercantile.com

HUDUBAM Booktraders

Vivid Gallery TanyaLyn

110 Franklin St. hudubam.com

1860 Wilma Rudolph Blvd #120 vividgt.com


Beachaven Vineyards & Winery is Tennesseeʼs only three generation family owned winery. Tour the estate, located in Clarksville, TN and taste award winning wines created with local and regional fruit. Open daily for tours and tastings.

1100 DUNLOP LANE • (931) 645-8867 • BEACHAVENWINERY.COM

Expect Great Things Serving Hopkinsville, Western Kentucky and Clarksville, Tennessee with 13 Convenient Offices www.plantersbankonline.com Member FDIC


WELCOME HOME

VETERANS

CELEBRATION SEPTEMBER 16-20, 2020 American Veteran Traveling Tribute Wall X Traveling Korean War Memorial Field of Honor® Tribute to Veterans X POW/MIA Rememberance Ceremony Hero Breakfast X Valor Luncheon X Welcome Home Parade X Concerts Photo: Lola Vargas

WELCOMEHOMEVETERANSCELEBRATION.COM 931.245.4345 X frances@visitclarksvilletn.com


COMMUNITY PARKS

PUBLIC POOLS

GOLF COURSES

1930 E. Boy Scout Road

390 Gaylewood Drive

Civitan Park

Bel Aire Pool

650 Bellamy Lane

24 Marie Drive

Edith Pettus Park

New Providence Pool

345 Farris Drive

166 Cunningham Lane

Heritage Park Sports Complex

Swan Lake Sports Complex

1241 Peachers Mill Road

2002 Sanders Road

1610 101st Airborne Division 1514 Golf Club Lane 931-645-7479 Rd., Fort Campbell, KY 270-798-4906 fortcampbellmwr.com/golf Swan Lake 581 Dunbar Cave Rd. Clarksville Country Club 931-648-0479 344 Fairway Dr. 931-647-4300 River Club clarksvillecountryclub.com 150 War昀eld Blvd. 931-919-3200 Eastland Green theriverclubgolf.com 550 Clubhouse Ln. 931-358-9051

Billy Dunlop Park

RichEllen Park 1466 Hwy. 149

Beachaven Pool

Cole Park

Mason Rudolph

See more at visitclarksvilletn.com/outdoors


Unplug

and reconnect

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bandon the hurries of the city at the Clarksville Greenway, a 9.2-mile walking and biking trail. The scenic trail includes hills and 昀at sections, native species of plants and animals, bluff walls, tree canopies, overlooks and a 600-foot pedestrian bridge. Canoe, paddleboard or kayak 2-14 mile treks on the Clarksville Blueway. Rentals are available at local out昀tters.

You’ll have a hard time believing you’re still in the city at Rotary Park, a 111-acre natural area with hiking and biking trails, a creek, picnic areas, an 18 hole disc golf course and an ADA accessible playground. Walk, rent a B-cycle or enjoy a picnic along the scenic Cumberland RiverWalk. Continue your trek into the heart of downtown via the Pedestrian Overpass to the Upland Trail.

Clarksville Blueway (Robert Clark Park) 1449 Tiny Town Rd. 931-645-7476

Clarksville Greenway 1100 Pollard Road 931-645-7476

Clarksville Marina at Liberty Park 1190 Cumberland Drive clarksvillemarina.com

Cross Creek Clays 3495 Jarman Hollow Rd, Palmyra crosscreekclays.com

Cumberland RiverWalk McGregor Park 640 N. Riverside Drive 931-645-7476

Dunbar Cave State Park 401 Old Dunbar Cave Road 931-648-5526 tnstateparks.com/parks/about/ dunbar-cave

Indoor Aquatic Center The Clarksville Marina at Liberty Park offers 85 boat slips, a launch area and ample parking. Nearly two miles of walking trails, entertainment venues, a playground, 昀shing pond and restaurant make the area one of Clarksville’s most popular. Explore the 144-acre natural playground of Dunbar Cave State Park that includes hiking trails, picnic areas, wildlife and a Visitor Center. The 8-mile cave is one of the largest in the region and is home to signi昀cant Mississippian Native American cave art dating to the 14th century.

Exclusively for mountain bike enthusiasts, the North Ford Mountain Bike Trail boasts trails rated as di cult. All visitors under age 18 must be accompanied by a parent or adult guardian. Countless shooting options available are for all ages on the 126-acre estate that is the Montgomery County Shooting Complex. Tee off from any or all of Clarksville’s six golf courses, professionally designed with varying degrees of challenge.

168 Cunningham Lane | Nov – May* *Opening and closing dates vary. Please check dates, admission and special activities at cityofclarksville. com.

Montgomery County Shooting Complex 4201 Southside Road, Southside Tenn. shoottn.org

North Ford Mountain Bike Trail 2470 N. Ford Street 931-645-7476

Rotary Park 2308 Rotary Park Drive 931-648-5732

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E X P LO R E C L A R K SV I L L E

H I STO RY

EVENTS

OUTDOORS

F o rt D e f i a n c e i s a C i v i l Wa r o u t p o st t h at ov e r lo o k s t h e Cumberland and Red Rivers. The f o u r - ac r e s i t e i n c l u d e s a wa l k i n g t r a i l a lo n g w i t h s o m e o f t h e b e st - p r e s e rv e d e a rt h wo r k s i n t h e n at i o n a n d a n i n t e r p r e t i v e c e n t e r t h at h o st s h i sto r i c a l p r o g r a m m i n g , school field trips, and group to u r s .

Special events throughout the y e a r a r e co o r d i n at e d to p r ov i d e f i t n e s s a n d l e i s u r e ac t i v i t i e s to a l l p o p u l at i o n s a n d i n c l u d e C l a r k sv i l l e B B Q Ba s h , R i v e r f e st , C l a r k sv i l l e D ow n tow n M a r k e t , Q u e e n C i t y R oa d R ac e , C h r i st m a s o n t h e C u m b e r l a n d , M ov i e s i n t h e Pa r k , and many more.

T h e C i t y o f C l a r k sv i l l e i s h o m e to 2 1 pa r k s t h at o f f e r a va r i e t y o f a m e n i t i e s . B l u e way acc e s s p o i n t s a r e o p e n f o r p u b l i c u s e f o r c a n o e i st s , pa d d l e b oa r d e r s , k aya k e r s to e n j oy t h e st i l l l i n e a r b o d i e s o f wat e r . acc e s s p o i n t s i n c l u d e r O B E RT c L A R K pA R K , M cG r e g o r Pa r k , B i l ly D u n lo p Pa r k , T r i c e L a n d i n g a n d L i b e rt y Pa r k .

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Historic Attractions

and Trailblazers

Past preserved to enrich our future

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larksville’s founding at the con昀uence of the Cumberland and Red Rivers set the stage for what became a thriving commercial crossroads, particularly for the tobacco trade, by the mid-1800’s. Glimpse into the life of Early Europeans and African American Settlers, along with Native Americans who roamed the land during the mid-19th Century at Historic Collinsville Pioneer Settlement. The intrepretive property features 16 restored log homes and outbuildings with authentic period artifacts on 40 rural rolling acres. Permanent exhibits at the Customs House Museum & Cultural Center like Becoming Clarksville, showcase how local agriculture, industry, education, culture, government, medicine, military, and transportation have all contributed to the city of today. Built in 1858 for wealthy tobacconist Christopher Smith, the beautiful Smith Trahern Mansion re昀ects the transition between Green Revival and Italianate styles. Adjoining the property, the Riverview Cemetery dates to the 1700’s. Here rests the grave of Valentine Sevier, one of the area’s earliest settlers.

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larksville’s rich military history spans from the Civil War era through modern con昀icts. The community’s 24-site Civil War Journey may enlighten your understanding of this turbulent era in America’s history. The remarkably well-preserved Fort De昀ance Civil War Park & Interpretive Center features discernable outer earthworks, a powder magazine and gun platforms from the site chosen by Confederate troops to defend the river approach to Clarksville. Captured in February 1862 and renamed Fort Bruce, the site was occupied for the remainder of the war. Around the corner is Sevier Station, home of early settler Valentine Sevier, and Montgomery County’s oldest standing structure. Covering the early 1940’s to present, the Don F. Pratt Museum offers an extensive collection that traces the history of the 101st Airborne Division’s Screaming Eagles. Among the museum’s treasures are a fully restored C-47 aircraft resembling the plane used to carry the division commander, Maj. Gen.Maxwell D. Taylor, into Normandy during World War II. Reservations are required for guided tours.

Customs House Museum & Cultural Center 200 S. Second St. customshousemuseum.org

Don F. Pratt Memorial Museum 604 Screaming Eagle Blvd., Fort Campbell fortcampbell.com/museums/don-f-prattmuseum/

Dunbar Cave State Park 401 Old Dunbar Cave Rd. tnstateparks.com

Fort De昀ance Civil War Park 120 Duncan St. fortde昀anceclarksville.com

Historic Collinsville Pioneer Settlement 4711 Weakley Rd., Southside historiccollinsville.com

Historic Downtown Clarksville historicdowntownclarksville.org

L&N Train Depot 189 10th Street mchsociety.org

Port Royal Historic State Park 300 Old Clarksville Hwy. tnstateparks.com

Smith Trahern Mansion 101 McClure St. smithtrahernmansion.com

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public art Mockingbird Trail

& Trailblazers Firemans Memorial

multiple downtown locations

831 Franklin

Pat Head Summit

Pillar of Cloud, Pillar of Fire

1190 TN Hwy. 48 Freedom Point at Liberty Park

Public Square at Main Street

The Day After Windows to the World

Second and Commerce

215 Legion Street Downtown Commons

Millennium Fountain Millennium Plaza

Clarksville Starry Night 420 Madison

Unknown Confederate Memorial

Frank Sutton (Sgt. Carter)

635 N Spring St Riverview Cememtery

109 Franklin

Austin Peay Forgen in Fire

APSU, Morgan University Center

Upland Trail at Spring Street

John Montgomery Childrens Fountain

Public Square at Strawberry Alley

115 Strawberry Alley

Bursting with Pride LeNora Witzel

110 Franklin Street

Millennium Plaza at Third

First Federal Garden Reverence

200 Second Street

330 Pageant Lane

Wilma Rudolph The Clarksville Protecter 330 Pageant Lane

1190 TN Hwy 48 Liberty Park

Learn about Clarksville's African-American Legacy Trail. This walking and driving tour features 20 people and places that help shaped both Clarksville's and our nation's history. Pick up brochures at our Welcome Center or ć˜€nd the tour on our VisitClarksvilleTN app.

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The Gateway 601 College Street

The Synthesis 601 College Street

A Sentinel APSU, Morgan University Center

Family 250 Pageant Lane Inside the Public Library

The Doughboy 250 Arrowood Drive TN Veterans Home

The Confederate Memorial 976 Greenwood Ave Greenwood Cemetery


Experience

arts & Culture

Hip at heart and Authentic from the start.

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n an area steeped with heritage, it’s only natural that a vibrant arts scene would emerge to capture the minds and imaginations of residents and visitors. Public art, theatre, museums and galleries reinforce Clarksville’s cultural experience. The iconic Roxy Regional Theatre is a cornerstone of entertainment in downtown Clarksville. Enjoy live professional theatre and musicals, from family favorites to Shakespeare to black-box alternatives. The Customs House Museum & Cultural Center features both rotating and permanent exhibits in its 56,000-square-foot facility. The museum is both the state’s second-largest general history museum, and a fascinating architectural marvel. The Customs House connects an 1898 historic property with a modern gallery space. Science, history and art, with plenty

of hands-on interaction, means fun for kids of all ages. ArtWalk is a popular downtown event held the 昀rst Thursday evening of each month. This free, self-guided tour spans a 昀ve-block radius and combines visual art, live music, engaging events and more. Clarksville’s Public Art tells our history and showcases local and regional sculptors and painters. See pieces on our sidewalks, trails and buildings (listed on page 42.) Downtown Artists Co-op (DAC) is a primary gallery showcasing the works of local artists dedicated to promoting the visual arts in the area. Live Music is an option in Clarksville year around. With free summer concerts, Jazz on the Lawn, dueling pianos, Gateway Chamber Orchestra, Cumberland Winds, APSU events, or the smooth blues at Tina Brown Under Ground Lounge, there's no shortage of 昀rst-class music in Clarksville!

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Baymont Inn & Suites Clarksville Northeast 190 Holiday Drive 931-552-2255 baymontinns.com

Best Western Plus Atrium Inn and Suites

275 Alfred Thun Road 931-919-4998 book.bestwestern.com

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Candlewood Suites 3050 Clay Lewis Road 931-906-0900 ihg.com

Comfort Inn

700 Sango Road 931-358-5800 choicehotels.com

Comfort Suites 115 Fair Brook Place 931-648-3400 choicehotels.com

Country Inn & Suites by Carlson 3075 Wilma Rudolph Blvd. 931-645-1400 countryinns.com

Courtyard By Marriott 155 Fair Brook Place 931-551-4480 marriott.com

Days Inn

1100 Highway 76 931-358-3194 www.daysinn.com

Days Inn North 130 West昀eld Court 931-552-1155 daysinn.com

Edge of Town Motel 1404 Fort Campbell Blvd. 931-645-6466

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3065 Wilma Rudolph Blvd. 931-647-2002 choicehotels.com

Fair昀eld by Marriott 110 West昀eld Court 931-551-3200 marriott.com

Gateway Inn & Suites

250 Holiday Drive 931-552-3330 gatewaysuitesclarksville.com

Guest House Inn

3083 Wilma Rudolph Blvd. 931-552-8060 guesthouseintl.com

Hampton Inn & Suites

3091 Clay Lewis Road 931-378-6070 hamptoninn3@hilton.com

Hilton Garden Inn

290 Alfred Thun Road 931-647-1096 hiltongardeninn3@hilton.com

Home2 Suites by Hilton

3020 Mr. C Drive 931-645-7771 home2suites3@hilton.com

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Meadow Motel

1991 Madison Street 931-645-4573

Microtel Inn & Suites by Wyndham

241 Holiday Drive 931-905-1505 microtelinn.com

Mid-Town Inn 890 Kraft Street 931-647-6536 midtowninn.net

Motel 6

3080 Wilma Rudolph Blvd. 931-648-8800 motel6.com

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Red Roof Inn

197 Holiday Drive 931-905-1555 clarksville.redroof.com

Riverview Inn

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Rodeway Inn & Suites 111 West昀eld Court 931-647-6144 choicehotels.com

Sleep Inn & Suites 230 Cracker Barrel Drive 931-919-2440 choicehotels.com

Super 8 Motel Northeast

201 Holiday Drive 931-645-6300 super8.com

TownePlace Suites

120 Fair Brook Place 931-820-5300 towneplacesuitesclarksville.com

Travelodge

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Vacation Motor Hotel 650 Providence Blvd. 931-645-6483

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803 N. Second Street 931-645-9084 westgateinnclarksville.com

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CAMPGROUNDS Clarksville RV Park 1270 Tylertown Road 931-648-8638 clarksvillervpark.com

Spring Creek Campground

3040 Spring Creek Village Rd. 931-648-0280 springcreekcamping.com

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Cover ........... Britney Taylor 3 .................. This Guy Photography 4-5 ............... Jessica Tejera 7 .................. Stephen Schlegel 9 .................. Lucas Ryan Chambers 10 (t-b)......... Julie Igo Photography Katie Soltas 11................. Lucas Ryan Chambers 13 ................ Stephen Schlegel Budget Savvy Travelers 15 (l-r) ......... Lisa Kemmer Erica Trout Eric Johnson 16 (l-r) ......... Amy Leigh Lucas Ryan Chambers Tania Carrington 17 (l-r) ......... @teamustravels Bori Photography Daniel Ray Images 18 (l-r) ......... Lola Vargas Daniel Ray Images Britney Taylor

19 (l-r) ......... Buget Savvy Travelers Stephen Schlegel (2) 25 (t-b) ........ Britney Taylor Steve Litteral 27 (t-b) ........ Lucas Ryan Chambers VC Staff Ela He昀in 29 ................ Staff 31 ................ Staff 35 ................ Lucas Ryan Chambers John Alexander 36 ................ Lucas Ryan Chambers 37 ................ Bori Photography 39 ................ Lucas Ryan Chambers VC Staff 41 ................ Jessica Tejera Jon Duncan 42 ................ Daniel Ray Images Jeff Danault 43 ................ Lucas Ryan Chambers Daniel Ray Images VC Staff


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