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Welcome to Fort Campbell, Kentucky, home of the 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault)! In this guide, you’ll find all kinds of information to help get you started. From where to spend a fun day to enrolling kids in the local school system, the Regional Guide is your source for information on relocating to the home of the Screaming Eagles. This guide has been prepared as a general source of information and reference while you are on duty at Fort Campbell. You will find that the post straddles the Ken-

tucky-Tennessee line. Kentucky communities of Hopkinsville and Oak Grove as well as Clarksville, Tenn., are easily accessible outside the gate. Plus, you are only a short drive away from the Land Between the Lakes National Recreation Area. All of these locations support the tremendous work of our soldiers, and we are proud to have you serving at one of the best military installations in the nation. Again, welcome and thank you for being here!


14.. ............................................................................. GETTING INVOLVED

2 .............................................................................................. ESSENTIALS

20.. .............................................................................................. CHURCHES

5 .............................................SCHOOLS & CONTINUING EDUCATION

26.. ........................................................................................GOVERNMENT

9 ............................................................................. HEALTH & WELLNESS

29.. ....................................................................................... THINGS TO DO




ESSENTIALS Find out who to call to begin utility service or where to register your vehicle. The cities of Hopkinsville and Oak Grove are in Christian County, Kentucky, and Clarksville is in Montgomery County, Tennessee.


single-soldier housing. Single soldiers E-6 and greater are required to live off-post and are authorized to receive Basic Housing Allowance (BHA) without dependent rate. There are no senior enlisted quarters or officer quarters housing units on post.

UTILITIES Clarksville

OFF-POST HOUSING Military personnel should report to the Housing Services Office (HSO) to receive housing counseling prior to entering an agreement to obtain off-post housing. The HSO assists in acquiring off-post rental housing, tenant/landlord complaint mediation, pre-occupancy adequacy inspections, as well as assistance with home purchasing and selling. The HSO is at 2702 Michigan Avenue. Call 270-798-3808 for more details http://www. AHRN.com ON-POST HOUSING Soldiers who have one or more eligible family members living with them may apply for on-post housing through Campbell Crossing. Application must be made in person. Once eligibility has been determined, a wait length to reside on Fort Cambell will be estimated. Campbell Crossing oversees several housing areas on post. Walk-ins to complete the application are accepted at the Leasing Center, 2702 Michigan Ave. Call 931431-9003. For more details http://www. campbellcrossingllc.com SINGLE-SOLDIER HOUSING Single soldiers who are ranks E-1 to E-5 and have no dependents must live onpost in

ELECTRICITY Clarksville Electricity Department of Electricity (CDE) serves customers who live within the city limits. The office is at 2021 Wilma Rudolph Blvd. Office hours are 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Friday. Telephone is 931-552-3333. For more details: https://cdelightband.com/

its fiber network. Call 931-648-8151 or visit https://cdelightband.com/ AT&T also provides residential telephone service in Tennessee. Call 888-757-6500 TELEVISION Spectrum, at 1850 Business Park Drive Suite 101, provides TV, music and movies over its cable lines. Call 866-874-2389. For more details http://www.spectrum.com. CDE lightband offers TV, music and movies over its fiber optic power lines. Office is at 2021 Wilma Rudolph Blvd. Call 931-6488151. For more details: https://cdelightband. com/

TRASH DISPOSAL Clarkville residents must contact an independent contractor or use the county landfills and collection stations The Cumberland Electric Membership to dispose of garbage and trash. Here Corporation is a nonprofit organization is a list of landfills and their locations in that provides power to a five-county area, Montgomery County: including those parts of Montgomery • Bi-County Solid Waste Management: County not served by CDE. It is located 931-648-5751, http://www.mcgtn.org/ at 1940 Madison St. Telephone is 931bi-county 645-2481. Hours are 7:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. • Landfill and Convenience Center: 3212 Monday-Friday. Dover Road, Woodlawn, 931-648-5751. For more details: http://www.cemc.org • Fredonia Center: 4675 Ashland City Highway/Highway 12, eight miles south of the 41-A Bypass. GAS AND WATER • Ferry Road Convenience Center: 2351 Ferry Clarksville Gas and Water provides water, Road sewer and natural gas services. There are • Barge Point Road Station: 730 Barge Point two office locations: 2215 Madison St. Road and 2015 Fort Campbell Blvd. Hours are 8 • Palmyra/Shiloh Canaan Center: 3880 Shiloh a.m.- 4:30 p.m., Monday-Friday. Telephone Road at Canaan and Buck Smith roads. 931-645-7400; after hours, dial 931-645Round 0116. For more details: http://www.clarksvillegw.com • Sango Center: 77 Quail Hollow Road off Highway 41-A South behind Nicholson’s Shop Rite Market. TELEPHONE • Southside Center: 1112 Highway 48 at CDE Lightband provides phone service over Southside Road and Highway 48.


• St. Bethlehem/Arcata Center: 3801 Guthrie Highway/Highway 79 North near Exit 4. • Transfer Station: 1230 Highway Drive.

Hopkinsville ELECTRICITY Hopkinsville Electric System serves customers who live within the city limits. The office is at 1820 E. Ninth St. Call 270-887-4200. For more details: hop-electric.com Pennyrile Rural Electric Cooperative serves customers within Christian County, Cadiz and Elkton. The main office is at 2000 Harrison St., Hopkinsville. Call 270-886-2555 or 800-297-4710. Hours are 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Monday - Friday. For more details: http://www.precc.com GAS AND WATER Atmos Energy provides natural gas services. Call 270-886-1246.



The Hopkinsville Water Environment Authority (HWEA), at 401 E. Ninth St., offers water and sewer service for residents inside the city limits. Call 270887-4246. For more details: http://www.hwea-ky.com

TELEVISION Cable service is provided by Time Warner Cable, which can be reached at 88-8922253 or visit 1525 Marie Drive. In addition, satellite service can be established by calling DIRECTV at 270-885-6533.

Water service for those living outside the city limits is provided by the Christian County Water District, 1960 Dawson Springs Road, 270-886-3696.

TRASH DISPOSAL The city of Hopkinsville provides trash service for customers inside of the city limits. To establish service, call 270-887-4137.

In Oak Grove, the City Utilities Office provides water and sewer services for its residents. The office is at 8505 Prembroke-Oak Grove Road, and the telephone is 270-439-5433.

In Oak Grove, trash disposal is provided by Bobby Outlaw Disposal. Call 931-431-7944. For more details: bobbyoutlawdisposal.com

TELEPHONE AT&T provides residential telephone service in Kentucky. Call 888-757-6500. It also provides business telephone services. Call 866-6206000. For more information on establishing service for business, visit att.com.

REGISTRATIONS Fort Campbell MOTOR VEHICLE AND BICYCLE REGISTRATION All personnel assigned to, living on or employed at Fort Campbell must register



4 FT. CAMPBELL REGIONAL GUIDE their vehicles within 10 days of signing into Fort Campbell. Required documentation includes valid driver’s license, state registration and proof of insurance. In addition, those registering a motorcycle must have a motorcycle endorsement on their license and present their Motorcycle Safety Foundation Card. Drivers also are required to have all these documents in their possession when driving on Fort Campbell. Vehicles and bicycles can be registered at the Gate 4 Visitors’ Center, Building A-5004, 270798-5047; Gate 7 Visitors’ Center, Building 7199, 270-956-4488; or In/out Processing, 2702 Michigan Ave., 270-412-1121. PASSPORTS The Family Travel Office, Building 2840 on Bastogne Avenue, is a resource for information about official passports requests. Call 270-798-7436/0509 for more information and to obtain a list of necessary documents, or visit travel.state.gov. Passports that are needed for nonoffical travel may be obtained from Fort Campbell Post Office.

Clarksville DRIVER’S LICENSE Tennessee Law allows 30 days from the date of residency to obtain a driver’s license. New residents must show proof of U.S citizenship or lawful permanent resident status. Individuals who are in the U.S on a valid temporary visa, such as a student or work visa, may apply for a certificate for driving.


located at 350 Pageant Lane. Marriage MARRIAGE LICENSES license application fee is $95.The fee is In Christian County, marriage license can $35 if the couple completes four hours be obtained at the Christian County of premarital counseling with qualified Clerk’s Office inside the Christian County instructor. Courthouse, 511 S. Main St., 270-887-4105. The wedding ceremony must take place anywhere in Tennessee within 30 days of the PASSPORTS date the application was made. Applications for passports can be made at the Christian County Clerk’s office, located inside For more details: https:// www.mcgtn.org/clerk the Christian County Courthouse, 511 S. Main St., 270-887-4105. MOTOR VEHICLE REGISTRATION Motor vehicles can be registered at the Montgomery County Clerk’s Office at 350 Pageant Lane. The fee to renew a passenger vehicle plate is $78. Specialized plates are Clarksville also available for an additional fee. For more details: http://www.mcgtn.org/clerk The state of Tennessee has a 7% sales tax, to which the city and county add a 2.5 percent rate, for a combined 9.5% local sales tax. PASSPORTS Montgomery County imposes a $30.50 annual Applications for passports can be made at wheel tax, payable on the renewal of car the Montgomery County Clerk’s Office at tags. Of the wheel tax, $30 goes to the 350 Pageant Lane. First-time passports for Clarksville-Montgomery County School those 16 or older are $135 and are valid System, and 50 cents goes to the County for 10 years. First-time passports for those Trustee’s Office. younger than 16 are $105 and valid for five For more information on Montgomery County years. property taxes, visit the office at 350 Routine service is four to six weeks, expedited Pageant Lane or go online to http://www. service is two to three weeks. Internet montgomerycountytn.org, then click County downloadable applications are available at Trustee. Information about Clarksville property http://www.travel.state.gov taxes can be obtained bt call the finance office For more details: http://www. at 931-645-7436. For more details: http:// montgomerycountytn.org www.cityofclarksville.com/finance.



Drivers licenses can be scheduled at the Christian Circuit Clerk’s Office inside of the VOTING Christian County Justice Center, 100 Justice Montgomery County residents wishing to vote Way, or by calling 270-889-6539. The office must register at the Montgomery County also handles driver’s license renewals. Election Commission, 350 Pageant Lane. Call 931-648-5707. For more details: http://www. mcgtn.org VOTING Christian County residents wishing to vote must register at the Christian County MARRIAGE LICENSES Clerk’s Office inside the Christian County In Montgomery County, marriage licenses can be obtained at the County Clerk’s Office, Courthouse, 511 S. Main St., 270-887-4105.

Hopkinsville The commonwealth of Kentucky has a 6% sales tax, and there is no city retail tax. There is a state income tax imposed on residents, ranging from 2 to 7.5%. Hopkinsville imposes an employee occupational tax of 2%. Utility taxes are 3% of gross cost. Property taxes both city and county are charged at a rate of $100 valuation based on 100% market value. For more details:http://www.qpublic.net/ky/ christian/.




SCHOOLS & CONTINUING EDUCATION PUBLIC SCHOOLS Fort Campbell The Fort Campbell School System serves military families living on the post and is part of the Domestic Dependent Elementary and Secondary Schools. There are six schools at Fort Campbell: four elementary (pre-kindergarten-5), one middle school (grades 6-8) and one high school (9-12). Students who enroll in the Department of Defense Education Activity (DoDEA) schools must meet specific immunization requirements. For more information on vaccinations and school assignments: http://www. am.dodea.edu/campbell

A physical examination that is on a Kentucky form An eye examination by an eye doctor (ophthalmologist or optometrist) for any student age of 3-6 entering a public school for the first time. A social security card or copy of a social security card.


(3), “children entering kindergarten shall be 5 years of age on or before Sept. 30 of the current kindergarten term.” Tennessee law also requires that a student entering the first grade must show proof of attendance in an accredited kindergarten program.


A student must be 5 years of age by Aug. The Clarksville-Montgomery County 1 of the current school year before School System has seven high schools, entering kindergarten. Kindergarten eight middle schools and 24 elementary students must present these items on schools. Registration is conducted at the registration day: a current Kentucky school. immunization certificate, a copy of For more details: http://www.cmcss.net the birth certificate or other reliable proof of the student’s identity, a copy ENROLLMENT CHECKLIST of the Social Security card (optional), • A birth certificate or other proof of date of proof of an eye examination — not birth an eye screening — conducted by Hopkinsville and Oak Grove • State law requires that a copy of a student’s an optometrist or ophthalmologist, birth certificate be in his/her cumulative and proof of physical examination Christian County Public Schools is made folder. Schools can accept other proof of on a form provided by the Kentucky up of eight elementary schools, two date of birth of registration, but the parent/ Department of Education. middle schools, two high schools and guardian needs to provide a copy of the the Gateway Academy to Innovation and child’s birth certificate. Preschool programs are available to Technology. Registration is conducted at • Student’s Tennessee Immunization Record. 4-year-old children who are “at risk” the school. To see the school your child Visit the CMCSS website for details. meaning they are eligible for stateis zoned to attend, visit: http://www. • A complete medical exam for the first time funded preschool if they live in a christian.kyschools.us enrollee is required. Evidence of completed household with income up to 160% of The following documents must be provided exam must be presented upon registration the federal poverty level. Preschool to enroll a child in Christian County Public • Proof of custody also is available for 3- and 4-year-old Schools. Military families have up to 30 • Proof of residence children with disabilities. Enrollment days to provide these documents. • Power of Attorney For the Care of a of a child in the preschool program As official birth certificate from the Vital Minor Child form (required in certain is at the discretion of the parent or Statistics Office of the state where the circumstances)Social Security card legal guardian. For more information child was born or other reliable proof about the preschool offerings in of the student’s identity and age and an your district, or to see if your child is affidavit of the inability to produce a copy eligible, it is best to contact your local of a birth certificate. school district directly. Required documents: An up-to-date Kentucky Immunization Tennessee For general information on preschool, visit the Preschool/Primary webpage certificate. or contact Bill Buchanan at 502-564A second MMR, complete Hepatitis B series According to the Tennessee Department and a chicken pox vaccination. of Education, (T.C.A.49-6-201 (b) 7056.





Armed Services YMCA at Fort Campbell, call 270-798-7422 or 798-3077. Land Between the Lakes Land Between the Lakes offers opportunities for children, students, young adults on a year-round basis. Degree of difficulty differs by program, but every subject involving the outdoors or nature are available. The cost, if any, is minimal, and for additional information, email information@friendsoflbl.org or visit friendsoflbl.org.

Clarksville Academy From Pre-Kindergarten through grade 12, Clarksville Academy offers a varied college preparatory program designed to help our students gain extensive academic, artistic, athletic, and leadership skills that will prepare them for all future endeavors. https://clarksvilleacademy.com

Summer camps Kids in College can Soar (KICCS) — College with a Twist! KICCS is an interactive summer camp designed to inspire a love of learning and Montgomery Christian help students discover Academy opportunities provided by Montgomery Christian a college education. Nearly Academy was organized 6,400 students from across in 1984 as a ministry the mid south have attended Girl Scouts of First Assembly of KICCS since it began in 1991. For girls ages 5 to 17 who want God and is a private, Participants are treated to participate in adventure, interdenominational like real college students learning, fun activities under school. MCA uses the — complete with freshman quality adult supervision. The A.C.E. (Accelerated orientation, personalize class program also provides an Christian Education) schedules, and graduation. opportunity for girls to gain Every class features hands — life skills, develop personal on activities to make learning values, and learn self-respect. fun! Each KICCS Camp meets Call 270-886-8171 or 887-9390 five half-days from 8:30 a.m. for additional information. to noon. HCC offers five weeks of KICCS each summer. YMCA A local United Way agency, the YMCA offers programs to everyone regardless of race, income, or ability. Facility includes nursery, kid’s corner, teen center, wellness center, chapel, track, aerobics room, locker areas, and outdoor pool. Programs include summer camp and youth sports. For additional information for Hopkinsville YMCA, call 270-887—5382. Located on the Eagle Way bypass near Heritage Christian Academy. For more information concerning the

curriculum in all grades, Pre-K through 12th grade. http://www.clarksville1ag.net/ Power and Grace Christian Academy Power And Grace Preparatory Academy (PGPA) opened to classes in August 2016. The school accepts students from Pre-K 3 to 5th grade. The school is an ACSI member (Association of Christian Schools International). Immaculate Conception School Immaculate Conception School is a diocesan parochial school, approved by the Bishop of Nashville operating under the supervision of the Superintendent of Catholic Schools for the Diocese of

PRIVATE SCHOOLS CLARKSVILLE Each private school has its own registration and/or admission requirements. Academy of Academic Excellence Private Tennessee State Department Board of Education Accredited Category 1 School. Pre-K through grade 12 for both regular and special education. https://www.facebook.com/ AAEprivateschool/

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Nashville. ICS is accredited by the State of Tennessee and the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS). The school serves students from preschool to 8th grade. http://www.icschooltn.org/ Tabernacle Christian School Prekindergarten to 6th grade. https://www.facebook.com/pages/TabernacleChristian-School Unity Christian Academy The history of the school began in the year 2003, when five teachers retired from Montgomery Christian Academy. Unity offers education for grades K5 through 12. www.unitychristianacademy.com Wild Wood Academy Wild Wood Christian Academy is a Category IV school, registered as a Non-Public, ChurchRelated School in the State of Tennessee using the A.C.E. Curriculum. We offer assistance to home school parents with a full service school administration office from prekindergarten through 12th grade. www.wildwoodacademy.org

Hopkinsville Hopkinsville has three private schools, and each has its own registration and/or admission requirements. Heritage Christian Academy The school’s mission is to provide academic excellence based on Biblical principles, while enhancing the Christ-centered family and strengthening the local churches. Heritage accepts students from preschool through 12th grade. www.hcahopkinsville.org University Heights Academy University Heights Academy is an independent, college preparatory school for students in prekindergarten through 12th grade. Students receive rigorous instruction and small class sizes to meet individual needs. www.uha-ky.org


SO YOU WANT TO GO BACK TO COLLEGE? 1. DECIDE WHAT COURSE OF STUDY YOU WANT TO PURSUE. Visit the Education Counseling Center at the SSG Glenn English Jr. Education Center, where professional education counselors can help make career choices and which local institution of higher learning is the best fit for your course of study 2. APPLY TO THAT INSTITUTION. Admission personnel are available on post to help make that process simple and easy. Be sure to have transcripts, joint military service transcript and certifications or work experience that could qualify for “Credit for Prior Learning.” Once accepted, meet with an academic advisor and set your course work    3. GET FINANCIAL AID.  VA benefits are available. Each institution has a School Certification Officer (SCO). Once you are accepted and have your schedule in hand the SCO will help you receive your benefits.  4. WORK TOWARDS YOUR DEGREE.  Fort Campbell classes are on an eight-week basis rather than 16. Enabling students to go to college around training and other work commitments.




Saints Peter and Paul Catholic School correspondence courses, extended The first Catholic education program campus classes, consultants and other initiated in Hopkinsville was a summer public services. school in 1937 in a house that was a For more details: http://murraystate.edu combined school and convent. The school is accredited by the Kentucky Department Hopkinsville Community College offers area of Education through the Kentucky Nonresidents the opportunity to obtain a Public School Commission, Inc. and is in full quality postsecondary education without compliance with all diocesan curriculum leaving home. More than 400 classes updates. Students attend in grades Pre-K are offered on regional campuses every through 8th. term, and hundreds of online classes are available as well. HCC offers customized business and industry training in a multitude of areas for job and career preparation as well as Fort Campbell skill development and upgrading at its new Emerging Technologies Center. Adult Education programs offer classes in At the SSG Glenn English Jr. Army GED preparation, English as a Second Education Center, counselors are Language and to refresh basic skills available to assist students with the before enrolling in college classes. Montgomery G.I. Bill and Post 9/11 For more details: http://www.hopkinsville. G.I. Bill education benefits, tuition kctcs.edu assistance and other topics related to education and career options. College course are open to those Clarksville admitted to Austin Peay State University, Hopkinsville Community A number of public, private and College, Murray State University and proprietary schools provide students Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. with various academic and career IEnglish as a Second Language classes options. and General Education Development classes in coordination with the Austin Peay State University, one of six Montgomery County Adult Education four-year institutions in the Tennessee Program are offered at the center, Board of Regents system, offers which is at 202 Bastogne Ave. numerous online courses and degree


Hopkinsville Murray State University operates a regional campus in Hopkinsville and offers a variety of undergraduate and graduate programs. Weekend, evening and online classes are available to accommodate a range of both traditional and nontraditional student needs. The campus also has the Center for Continuing Education and Academic Outreach, which provides

programs. Academic degrees are offered at the associate, bachelor’s, master’s and Education Specialist levels. A noncredit Extended Education program is also offered. Students who reside in Kentucky counties of Allen, Calloway, Christian, Logan, Simpson, Todd and Trigg qualify for in-state tuition. For active-duty military personnel stationed outside Tennessee, APSU offers out-of-state waivers for both graduate and undergraduate programs. For more details: www.apsu.edu Austin’s Beauty College, Inc. has a

strong working relationship with the community and supports the military families at Fort Campbell. According to its website, the college offers Financial Aid for those who qualify and accepts Veteran’s Benefits and MYCAA for spouses of military personnel. Students are trained in all areas of cosmetology. Classes are also offered in instructor training and advanced classes are offered in licensed hair styling. For more details: www.austinbeautycollege.com Bethel University, a private school that has a main campus in McKenzie, Tenn., and a satellite campus in Clarksville, has bachelors and master’s degree programs designed for working adults. Bethel’s Clarksville campus serves Adult Degree Program students including busy professionals, active military, veterans, and their families in the Clarksville and Ft. Campbell area. Additionally, our Clarksville office is home to Advising, Recruitment, CPS Registrar, Military and Veterans Affairs office and Online Librarian. For more details:www.bethelu.edu Daymar Institute, a branch of Daymar College in Owensboro, Ky., is a junior college offering courses on a quarterly term. Daymar College has the career training programs to prepare you for positions in fields such as health care, business, criminal justice and technology. For more details: www.daymarinstitute.edu North Central Institute specializes in airframe and power plant licensing and offers an Associate of Applied Science in aviation maintenance technology. Certificate programs are available in aviation maintenance technology and Federal Communications Commission. For more details: www.nci.edu




HEALTH & WELLNESS MEDICAL SERVICES Access to extensive and quality health care services is essential for ensuring and maintaining overall health. By preventing and managing diseases, reducing unnecessary disability, and overcoming obstacles, our community has numerous medical services to assist your needs. Jennie Stuart Health (General Hospital) 320 W 18th St Hopkinsville, KY 42240 (270) 887-0100 Baptist Health Medical Associate (Medical Clinic) 500 Clinic Dr Hopkinsville, KY 42240 (270) 707-3300 Cumberland Hall (Mental Health Services) 270 Walton Way, Hopkinsville, KY 42240 (270) 886-1919 Western Kentucky Regional Blood Center (Blood Bank) 1902 S Virginia St Hopkinsville, KY 42240 (270) 885-0728 Western State Hospital (Psychiatric Hospital) 2400 Russellville Rd Hopkinsville, KY 42240 (270) 889-6025

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Jennie Stuart Health officials break ground on Oct. 22 for the Blue Creek facility on Eagle Way. The occupational health and physical therapy building is expected to be completed in October 2020.

Unity Psychiatric Care in Clarksville (Psychiatric Hospital) 930 Professional Park Dr Clarksville, TN 37040 (931) 538-6420

Vanderbilt Children’s Cardiology Clarksville (Pediatrics) 800 Weatherly Dr Suite #201 Vanderbilt Pediatric Associates Hopkinsville Clarksville, TN 37043 (Pediatrics) (615) 322-7447 1717 High St Suite 3A Hopkinsville, KY 42240 Saint Thomas Heart (Cardiology) (270) 885-8445 647 Dunlop Ln #116 Clarksville, TN 37043 Tennova Healthcare (General Hospital) (931) 648-0064 651 Dunlop Ln Clarksville, TN 37040 Saint Thomas Medical Partners (Neurosurgery) (931) 502-1000

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VA Clinic Clarksville (Government Hospital) 782 Weatherly Dr Clarksville, TN 37043 Phone: 931-645-3552 Gateway Medical Associates (Internal Medicine & Pain Management) 751 Chesapeake Ln Ste 101 Clarksville, TN 37040 (931) 648-0202

Every day we should strive to maximize our level of wellness and overall health so we can live our best lives. To achieve balance, one must care for their mind, body, and spirit on a daily basis. Our bodies & minds are well oiled machines that need constant maintenance to perform their best. Whether its outer or inner wellness you are looking to achieve, our community has various locations to help you on your journey to wellbeing.

Blanchfield Army Community Hospital (Military Hospital) 650 Joel Dr Fort Campbell, KY 42223 (270) 798-8400

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86th Combat Support Hospital (Military Hospital) 6204 Desert Storm Ave Fort Campbell, KY 42223 (270) 798-7552

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Wander through the mid-19th Century on a self-guided tour of 16 restored log structures scattered over 40 acres. This rural Tennessee farm chronicles life before and after the Civil War. Bring along a picnic or explore a walking trail for a full day of family fun.

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Chris Jung (third from left), marketing and events coordinator for the Hopkinsville Sportsplex joins Hopkinsville Mayor Carter Hendricks (fourth from left) and other city and county leaders that helped bring the Hopkinsville Sportsplex to Hopkinsville Martial Arts life as they cut the ceremonial ribbon Thursday for the multi-use sports facility. Hopkinsville, KY The sportsplex is on Tilley Way, next to the James E. Bruce convention center (270) 305-2177 and is now officially open.

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The Oak Grove Community Center provides a safe and healthy environment for all residents through recreational activities and fitness programs. There is a  variety of classes for different activities that are being offered.

COME HOME TO CHRISTIAN COUNTY The Military Affairs Committee of the Christian County Chamber of Commerce welcomes you to the bluegrass state with unbridled spirit! We are here to help you as you PCS to Fort Campbell. Moving to a new area isn’t always easy. If you need information about our communities or how to begin your search for a new home, feel free to contact us with any questions. In Kentucky, you will find there is NO STATE INCOME TAX for active duty military families, NO Grocery tax and LOWER property taxes. For information, visit www.christiancountychamber.com



GETTING INVOLVED VOLUNTEER & DONATE Local organizations depend on the giving nature of their volunteers. Volunteering and helping others has the unique ability to bring people together to work toward a common goal in their communities. Imagine, just a few hours of your time a week can turn into a lifetime of opportunity for those around us. Serve your neighbors, make new friends, and most importantly help us by contributing to one of the following organizations. Christian County Chamber of Commerce Hopkinsville, KY (270) 885-9096 Habitat For Humanity Hopkinsville, KY (270) 885-8222 United Way Hopkinsville, KY (270) 886-8171 American Red Cross Hopkinsville, KY (270) 885-5328 Aaron McNeil Center Non-Profit Organization Hopkinsville, KY (270) 886-9734 Disabled American Veterans Hopkinsville, KY (270) 889-0564 Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana Hopkinsville Hopkinsville, KY (888) 771-5170 Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services Hopkinsville, KY (855) 306-8959

YMCA Hopkinsville, KY (270) 887-5382

Bridge of Hope Fellowship Hopkinsville, KY (270) 885-3205

Crisis Relief Services Hopkinsville, KY (270) 886-9734

Christian County Public School Hopkinsville, KY (270) 887-7000

St Luke Free Clinic Hopkinsville, KY (270) 889-9340

Manna CafĂŠ Ministries Clarksville, TN (931) 933-0970

Morningside of Hopkinsville Hopkinsville, KY (270) 885-0220

Loaves And Fishes Clarksville, TN (931) 645-9020




Clarksville Firefighters Association Clarksville, TN (931) 648-4600 Department Children Services Clarksville, TN (931) 503-3200 First Church of the Nazarene Clarksville, TN (931) 648-0110 Clarksville-Montgomery Community Action Agency Clarksville, TN (931) 896-1800 Salvation Army Family Thrift Store Clarksville, TN (931) 553-8494 Big Brothers Big Sisters Clarksville, TN (931) 647-1418 Humane Society of Clarksville-Montgomery County Clarksville, TN (931) 648-8042

The Food Initiative Clarksville, TN (931) 905-6998

American Red Cross Clarksville, TN (931) 645-6401

Habitat For Humanity Clarksville, TN (931) 645-4222

Urban Ministries Clarksville, TN (931) 648-9090

Girl Scouts Clarksville, TN (931) 648-1060

United Way of Clarksville Clarksville, TN (931) 647-4291

Radical Mission Clarksville, TN (931) 648-1496

Sunrise Community of TN Clarksville Clarksville, TN (931) 648-3011

The Center for Service-Learning and Community Engagement Clarksville, TN (931) 221-6120

Youth Villages Clarksville, TN (931) 503-0777

Mid-Cumberland Human Resource Agency Clarksville, TN (931) 647-4602

Radical Mission Clarksville, TN (931) 648-1496

Veterans of Foreign Wars Clarksville, TN (931) 551-3293

NIA Association Clarksville, TN (931) 906-3993

APSU Victory Garden Clarksville, TN 931) 221-6120

American Legion Clarksville, TN (931) 647-9062

Mid-Cumberland Human Resource Clarksville, TN (931) 645-5629



Flourishing Families Clarksville, TN (931) 221-2992

Cats Are US Clarksville, TN (931) 503-0053

Armed Services YMCA Family Center Fort Campbell, KY (270) 798-7422

Habitat for Humanity ReStore Clarksville, TN (931) 645-4242

Austin Peay State University Clarksville, TN (931) 221-7011

Fort Campbell Armed Services YMCA Fort Campbell, KY (270) 798-7422

Operation Stand Down Clarksville Clarksville, TN (931) 896-2184

Clarksville 50+ Activity Center Clarksville, TN (931) 648-1345

Fisher House Fort Campbell, KY (270) 798-8330


Fort Campbell USO Fort Campbell, KY (931) 542-3078 American Red Cross Fort Campbell, KY (270) 798-2171 Veterans of Foreign Wars Cadiz, KY (270) 522-1836 Helping Hands of Trigg County Cadiz, KY (270) 522-1001


Hopkinsville Rotary Club Meeting Time: Tuesdays at noon Meeting Place: Memorial Building, 1202 S. Virginia Street Hopkinsville, KY 42240 https://www.hopkinsvillerotary.com Red River Republican Women Club Meeting Time: View online calendar Meeting Place: The Looking Glass Restaurant 329 Warfield Blvd. Clarksville, TN 37043 For more information: https:// redriverrepublicanwomen.com/

Hopkinsville-Christian County Newcomers and Neighbors Club Meeting Time: The 2nd Thursday of each month from 11am to 1pm Meeting Place: Various locations

Clarksville Queen City Lions Club Meeting Time: The 4th Monday of each month at 5:30 pm Meeting Place: Logan’s Roadhouse 3072 Wilma Rudolph Blvd. Clarksville, TN 37040 For more information: http://e-clubhouse.org/ sites/clarksvilleqc/

Clarksville Rotary Club Meeting Time: Wednesdays at noon Meeting Place: Clarksville Country Club 334 Fairway Dr, Clarksville, TN 37043 For more information: http:// clarksvillerotaryclubtn.com/

Veterans Motorcycle Club Meeting Time: View online calendar Meeting Place: 2210 River Rd. Clarksville, TN 37040 For more information: https://www.facebook. com/veteransmc.clarksville/


Clarksville Sunrise Rotary Club Meeting Time: Thursdays at 6:45 am Meeting Place: Austin Peay State University Morgan University Room #305 TN Talkers Toastmasters Club Meeting Time: The 2nd and the 4th Tuesday of each month at 6 pm Meeting Place: 2701 Wilma Rudolph Blvd. Clarksville, Tennessee 37040 For more information: https://tntalkers. toastmastersclubs.org/ Fraternal Order of Eagles Meeting Time: View Online calendar Meeting Place: 2600 Fort Campbell Blvd. Hopkinsville, KY 42240 For more information: https://www.foe.com/

Military- New Parent Support Program Meeting Time: View online calendar Meeting Place: Indiana Ave. Bldg #2601 Fort Campbell, TN 42223 For more information: https://campbell. armymwr.com/programs/new-parentsupport-program


For more information: https://www. ftcampbellspousesclub.com/ Grief Support Group Meeting Time: View online calendar Meeting Place:Trinity Episcopal Church 317 Franklin St. Clarksville, Tennessee 37040 For more information:http://trinityparish.com/ Bariatric / Weight Loss Surgery Support Group Meeting Time: View Online Calendar or Call Meeting Place: Tennova Healthcare 651 Dunlop Ln. Clarksville, Tennessee 37040 For more information: https://www.tennova. com/tennova-healthcare-clarksville Bible Study Meeting Time: View online calendar Meeting Place: Clarksville 50+ Activity Center 953 Clark St. Clarksville, TN 37040 For more information: http://www.ajaxturner. org/ Pennyrile Grandparent Support Group Meeting Time: View online Meeting Place: 300 Hammond Dr. Hopkinsville, Kentucky 42240 For more information: http://www.peadd.org/


Military- Support Group Meeting Time: View online calendar Meeting Place: William C. Lee Rd. Bldg. 1501 Fort Campbell, TN 42223 For more information: https://campbell. armymwr.com/programs/family-resourcecenter

Fort Campbell Wives Club: https://www. facebook.com/pg/FortCampbellWivesClub/ about/?ref=page_internal

Fort Campbell Spouses Club Meeting Time: View Online calendar Meeting Place: Various locations

Clarksville-Fort Campbell Cooking Club: https://www.facebook.com/ groups/281854482003016/

Babysitters Club: https://www.facebook.com/ groups/149846208438154/



Clarksville Car Club: https://www.facebook. com/groups/1580735295477324/ All Things Fishing: https://www.facebook. com/groups/371856842935933/about/ Clarksville Garden Club: https://www. facebook.com/ClarksvilleGardenClub/

LOCAL EVENTS Race for Life 5K Run/Walk Price: $30 October 27, 2018 Registration starts at 8:15am Race is at 9 am The 3rd Annual 5K helps support mothers and babies in our community that are in need of the services at Alpha Pregnancy Care Center. For more info call Amanda at 270-885-3820 or email alpha@alphapcc.org. Newcomer’s Fair Price: Free Every Thursday from 1-4pm till December 27th 2018 A great way for new and existing military families to get involved. Each week at The Family Resource Center on Fort Campbell we welcome the men and women who will be stationed at Fort Campbell. Christmas on the Cumberland Price: $15.00 The City of Clarksville’s Christmas on the Cumberland brings in the holiday season as thousands from the community come to see the captivating displays of over two million lights. Brighten up your family’s Christmas and join in on this event. November 1st 2018 5-7 pm November 20th 2018 5-7 pm December 8th 2018 5-7 pm December 15th 5-7pm McGregor Park 640 N Riverside Dr. Clarksville, TN Family Field Day Price: Free

Family Field Day will have cornhole, badminton, ladder golf, frisbee, kickball and a flag football tournament. All community members are welcome to join in on the family fun! November 17th 2018 10am-3pm Crow Recreation Center 211 Richview Rd Clarksville, TN Hopkinsville International Festival Price: Free March 27th 2020 4-8pm March 28th 2020 10-6pm Hopkinsville celebrates global heritage with music, food, and activities for the family. For more information, check out Hopkinsville International Festival on Facebook or call 270-887-4290.

big name artists, and much more. This event takes place at the War Memorial Walking Trail Park at 101 Walter Garrett Lane, Oak Grove, KY 42262. Mayor’s Summer Night Lights Price: Free June 3rd-July 24th 2020 5:30-9pm Want to get your children involved in the community? Summer Night Lights is a great way for the whole family to spend their Monday and Wednesday nights during the summer. With a variety of free activities including a DJ, sports tournaments, arts and crafts, inflatables, health and job information booths, motivational speakers, and so much more. Location varies. For more information: http://www.cityofclarksville.com/index. aspx?page=340

Fort Campbell’s Spring into Summer Festival Price: Free RiverFest 2020 May 23rd & 24th 2020 Price & Date: TBA The Spring into Summer Festival takes place on Enjoy live music on the river with delicious Memorial Day Weekend every year! There are food and plenty of activities to keep free carnival rides, stage shows, caricature the whole family entertained. Riverfest drawings, bungee trampolines, fireworks, has various stages of entertainment




Dates: Saturdays, May 26 through October 13, 2018 in the City Hall Parking Lot from 8am-1pm. For opening dates in 2020 please visit: http://www.cityofclarksville.com/index. aspx?page=406 Cadiz-Trigg County Downtown Farmers Market The Cadiz Trigg County Market is a joint project of the Renaissance on Main Street Program, the city of Cadiz, and the Trigg County Cooperative Extension Service. There is various fruit, vegetables, processed goods, herbs, flowers, and specialty items that all vary depending to the season. The Market is open every Wednesday and Saturday from 7 am until noon from April through October. For more information and opening dates in 2020: https://www.localharvest.org/cadiztrigg-county-farmers-market-M9010

and music ranging from country, R&B, Christian, and more. From dates, times, and location to where to park, get all the latest festival information here: https://www. clarksvilleriverfest.org/

SHOP LOCALLY Shop Local. Eat Local. Provide your family with food and products you known will help out businesses in your community. When we chose to shop local we improve our economy, we create local jobs, and make our community a place that attracts more individuals. Not only do we help the environment by reducing our carbon footprint but we also get more nourishment from our food. Farmer’s markets is a community hub- bring your children, meet up with your friends, or just get a taste of small-town life. Nurture our community and help bring more choice to our lifestyles! Hopkinsville Downtown Farmers Market An open-air, covered pavilion with 16 vendor spaces that allows customers to

browse freely through the area’s best selection of locally grown and produced agricultural products. There is variety of fruits, vegetables, hanging baskets, annuals, perennials, fresh cut flowers, honey, wine, jams, jellies, canned goods, meat, and baked goods. In 2018, the Downtown Farmers Market will be open every Wednesday and Saturday from 7am-1pm beginning April 21st and ending October 31st. It is located in Founder’s Square parking lot at the corner of 9th & Main Streets in Historic Downtown Hopkinsville. For opening dates in 2020 please visit: http://www.visithopkinsville. com/listing/downtown-hopkinsvillefarmers-market/ Clarksville Downtown Market The Clarksville Downtown Market is a weekly outdoor market that features local farmers and artisans that bring fresh produce, food items, and handcrafted products. The Market’s goal is to provide an opportunity for customers in the community to connect with local businesses, while enhancing the quality of life for our residents. Enjoy live music and come to special events on s

Bradford Square Farmers Market The Bradford Square Farmers Market is a seasonal open air market. Farm fresh produce, delicious baked goods, and handcrafted treasures can be founded at this farmers market. Held every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday from June to October from 6am-1pm. Located in 4000 Fort Campbell Blvd, Hopkinsville, KY. For more information: http:// www.farmersmarketonline.com/fm/ BradfordSquareFarmersMarket.html Amish Farmers Market Organic Farming has been a long standing tradition among the Amish. If you frequently drive around the Interstate 24 Exit 89 interchange on Pembroke-Oak Grove Road on Saturday, you may have noticed this quaint market off Walter Garrett Lane. Due to cost & their belief in non-government interaction, they grow all their produce naturally. This Market is Open Saturday from 8am to 1pm, late May through mid October. For opening dates in 2020 and more information: http://www.amishkentucky. org/



CHURCHES Hopkinsville

Cedar Grove Baptist Church 1106 E. 2nd St Hopkinsville KY Baptist

First Christian Church 2601 South Walnut St Hopkinsville KY Disciples of Christ

Christ Community Church 425 Millbrook Rd Hopkinsville KY Community

First Presbyterian Church 303 E. 9th St Hopkinsville KY Presbyterian

Church of Jesus 1312 E. 19th St Hopkinsville KY Non-denominational

First United Methodist Church 1305 South Main St Hopkinsville KY United Methodist

Concorde Baptist Church 1945 Concord Ln Hopkinsville KY Southern Baptist Convention

Freeman Chapel CME Church 137 S Virginia St Hopkinsville KY Methodist

Cumberland Presbyterian Church 2701 Fairfield Court St Hopkinsville KY Presbyterian

Good Shepherd Church 212 Sanderson Dr Hopkinsville KY Non-denominational

Edgewater Baptist Church 2300 Cadiz Rd Hopkinsville KY Southern Baptist Convention

Greater Cumberland Baptist Church 3820 to Lafayette Rd Hopkinsville KY Baptist

Calvary Memorial Baptist Church 280 Pyle Ln Hopkinsville KY Southern Baptist Convention

Faith Lutheran Church 405 Shelia Rd Hopkinsville KY Lutheran Church of Missouri Synod

Henderson Memorial Baptist Church 501 Noel Ave Hopkinsville, KY Southern Baptist Convention

Caskey Baptist Church 4090 Caskey Ln Hopkinsville KY Southern Baptist Convention

First Baptist Church Day Care 1603 South Main St Hopkinsville KY Baptist

Hillcrest Baptist Church 920 Skyline Dr Hopkinsville KY Southern Baptist Convention

Eastview Baptist Church 6985 Russellville Road Hopkinsville KY Southern Baptist Convention Restoration House Family Worship Center 2414 Ft. Campbell Blvd Hopkinsville KY Other Christian Shekinah Glory Ministries 4925 Dawson Springs Rd Hopkinsville KY United Methodist St John United Methodist 2808 South Virginia St Hopkinsville KY United Methodist Ambassador Baptist Church 3900 Antioch Rd Hopkinsville KY Baptist Blooming Grove Baptist Church 1435 Blooming Grove Rd Hopkinsville KY Baptist

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Kelly Baptist Church 7683 Madisonville Rd Hopkinsville KY Southern Baptist Convention Lane Tabernacle CME Church 109 South Vine St Hopkinsville KY Methodist Life Tabernacle 1306 Blooming Grove Rd Hopkinsville KY United Pentecostal Church International Means Avenue Baptist Church 143 Means Ave Hopkinsville KY Southern Baptist convention Millbrooke Christian Church 703 Country Club Ln Hopkinsville KY Disciples of Christ Moore’s Baptist Church 411 Cypress St Hopkinsville KY Baptist Mount Olive Baptist Church 801 E. 4th St Hopkinsville KY Baptist Northside Church of God 3620 Madisonville Rd Hopkinsville KY


735 Younglove St Hopkinsville KY

Seventh Day Adventist

Church of God Saint John Baptist Church 1406 E. 19th St Hopkinsville KY

Emmanuel SDA Church 3195 Princeton Rd Hopkinsville KY Seventh Day Adventist

Shrinking Fork Baptist Church 5800 Princeton Rd Hopkinsville KY Southern Baptist Convention

Locust Grove Baptist Church 1797 Locust Grove Rd Hopkinsville KY Southern Baptist Convention

Southside Church of Christ 529 Country Club Ln Hopkinsville KY Churches of Christ

New Ebenezer Baptist Church 4320 Greenville Rd. Hopkinsville KY Southern Baptist Convention

Trinity Baptist Church 3900 Lafayette Rd Hopkinsville KY Baptist

Pleasant View Missionary Baptist Church 17500 Greenville Rd Hopkinsville KY Southern Baptist Convention

Westview Assembly of God 400 Pyle Ln Hopkinsville KY Church of Christ

Bethel Berry Missionary 6975 Old Madisonville Rd Hopkinsville KY Southern Baptist Convention

Westwood Church of Christ 5068 Eagle Way Bypass Hopkinsville KY Church of Christ

Grace Episcopal Church 216 E. 6th St Hopkinsville KY Episcopal

Liberty Christian Church 7100 Lafayette Rd Hopkinsville KY Disciples of Christ

Hopkinsville First 1400 S Main St Hopkinsville KY Southern Baptist Convention

Church of God (Pentecostal) Northwest Baptist church 2755 Princeton Rd Hopkinsville KY

New Work Fellowship 1611 S Main St Ste 1 Hopkinsville KY Southern Baptist convention

Baptist Bible Fellowship International Original church of God

Emmanuel Seventh-Day Adventist church 405 S clay St Hopkinsville KY




Hopkinsville SDA Church 530 Pyle Ln Hopkinsville KY Seventh Day Adventist Hopkinsville Second Baptist Church 720 W. 7th St Hopkinsville KY Southern Baptist Convention

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22 FT. CAMPBELL REGIONAL GUIDE Hopkinsville-Cornerstone 2409 Canton Pike Hopkinsville KY Church of God (Pentecostal) SS Peter and Paul Parish 902 E. 9th St Hopkinsville KY Roman Catholic Bluff Springs Church of Christ 14425 Greenville Rd Hopkinsville KY Churches of Christ Campbell St Christian Church 123 South Campbell St Hopkinsville KY Disciples of Christ Church of God of Prophecy 1405 Blooming Grove Rd Hopkinsville KY Church of God


Pleasant Green Baptist Church 3480 Pleasant Green Church Rd Hopkinsville KY Southern Baptist Convention Pleasant Hill Baptist Church 12950 Ovil Rd Hopkinsville KY Southern Baptist Convention True Gospel Church of God 1309 E 19th St Hopkinsville KY Church of God Word of Faith Church 214 Hilltop Dr Hopkinsville KY Full Gospel


Dogwood Christian Church 5005 Dogwood Kelly Rd Hopkinsville KY Disciples of Christ

Church of Christ at Trenton Crossing 2650 Trenton Road Clarksville TN Churches of Christ

Foston Chapel Church 363 Foston Chapel Rd Hopkinsville KY Non-Denominational

Iglesia Casa de Restauracion 1616 Walnut Grove Road Clarksville TN Other Christian

Greater Faith Temple Church 4322 Caskey Ln Hopkinsville KY Non-denominational

Iglesia Vida Nueva 2415 Hwy 41A Bypass Suite C3 Clarksville TN

Green Hill Baptist Church 4350 Caskey Ln Hopkinsville KY Baptist

OneChurch.TV 1810 Tiny Town Rd Clarksville TN Other Christian

Bethel Cumberland Presbyterian Church 3375 Sango Rd Clarksville TN Presbyterian Bethlehem united Methodist Church 1324 Golson Rd Clarksville TN United Methodist Bible Baptist church 3102 Prospect Circle Clarksville TN Bible Baptist Fellowship international Bowling Springs Baptist Church 900 Tiny Town Rd Clarksville TN Baptist Christ the Healer 1295 Paradise Hill Rd Clarksville TN Full Gospel Baptist Church Fellowship Church of Christ of Hilldale 501 Highway 76 Clarksville TN Church of Christ Church of God of Prophecy 1586 Ashland City Rd Clarksville TN Church of God Community first Church of God 2125 Trenton Road Clarksville TN Church of God Cornerstone Worship Center of the Assemblies of God 1915 Rossview Rd Clarksville TN Assemblies of God

Hopkinsville Foursquare Church 2717 Canton Pike Hopkinsville KY Foursquare Gospel

Abundant life outreach center 119 Chapel St Clarksville TN United Pentecostal church international

Miracle Revival Center Church 1309 E 19th St Hopkinsville KY Non-denominational

Amazing Grace Apostolic Church 1204 Greenfield Dr Clarksville TN Apostolic

Cross and crown Baptist Church 1220 Hazelwood Rd Clarksville TN Non-Denominational

New Barren Springs 5012 Dogwood Kelly Rd Hopkinsville KY Southern Baptist Convention

Apostolic Lighthouse 1204 Ashland City Rd Clarksville TN United Pentecostal church international

Cumberland Presbyterian Church 1410 Golf Club Ln Clarksville TN Presbyterian

New Mount Zion Baptist Church 5425 Princeton Rd Hopkinsville KY Southern Baptist Convention

Beautiful Savior Lutheran Church 2526 Whitefield Rd Clarksville TN Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod

Ebenezer AME Church 131 Edmondson Ferry Rd Clarksville TN African Methodist Episcopal




Edgefield Baptist Church 503 Thompkins Lane Clarksville TN Baptist

First Missionary Baptist Church 301 Fairview Ln Clarksville TN Baptist

Kenwood Baptist Church 992 Peachers Mill Rd Clarksville TN Southern Baptist Convention

Evangelic Temple Church of God 230 Oak St Clarksville TN Church of God

Forest Street 416 Church St Clarksville TN United Methodist

Kirkwood Baptist Church 3400 Kirkwood Rd Clarksville TN Southern Baptist Convention

Full Gospel Tennessee Church 624 Lafayette Rd Clarksville TN Assemblies of God

Little West Fork Baptist Church 201 Britton Springs Rd Clarksville TN Southern Baptist Convention

Gateway Baptist Church 131 Corporate Dr Clarksville Baptist

Living Hope Baptist Church 225 Little Hope Rd Clarksville TN Southern Baptist Convention

Glory Worship Center 1166 Fort Campbell Blvd Clarksville Non-Denominational

Madison Street Church of Christ 523 Madison St Clarksville TN Churches of Christ

Grace Lutheran Church 2041 Madison St Clarksville TN Lutheran Church of Missouri Synod

Madison Street United Methodist Church 319 Madison St Clarksville TN United Methodist

Greater Faith Temple Church 618 9th St Clarksville TN Non-Denominational

Martin Chapel AME Church 870 Palmyra Rd Clarksville TN African Methodist Episcopal

Greater Missionary Baptist Church 450 Ringgold Rd Clarksville TN Southern Baptist Convention

Memorial Baptist Church 2450 Highway 48 Clarksville TN Southern Baptist Convention

Greater Saint James Baptist Church 865 Gracey Ave Clarksville TN Southern Baptist Convention

Memorial Drive Church of the Nazarene 3135 Trenton Rd Clarksville TN Church of the Nazarene

Hillcrest Baptist Church 380 Dover Rd Clarksville TN Southern Baptist Convention

Mount Hermon Baptist Church 2204 Jarrell Ridge Rd Clarksville TN Southern Baptist Convention

Hilldale Baptist Church 2001 Madison St Clarksville TN Southern Baptist Convention

Mount Olive Baptist Church 608 Main St Clarksville TN Baptist

First Community Church 900 Cumberland Dr Clarksville TN Community

Hilldale United Methodist Church 1751 Madison St Clarksville United Methodist

Mount Pisgah Baptist Church 930 Mt Pisgah Rd Clarksville TN Baptist

Kirst Korean Presbyterian Church 475 Ringgold Rd Clarksville TN Presbyterian

Immaculate Conception Catholic Church 709 Franklin St Clarksville TN Catholic

Mount Zion Baptist Church 275 Tylertown Rd Clarksville TN Baptist

Excell Baptist Church 328 Excell Rd Clarksville TN Southern Baptist Convention Faith Missionary Baptist Church 2590 Madison St Clarksville TN Baptist-Independent Faith Outreach Church 731 Windermere Dr Clarksville TN Interdenominational Fellowship United Methodist Church 2201 Peachers Mill Rd Clarksville TN United Methodist Fifth Ward Missionary Baptist Church 900 Franklin St Clarksville TN Baptist First Assembly of God 1186 Fort Campbell Blvd Clarksville TN Assemblies of God First Baptist Church 2232 Wilma Rudolph Blvd Clarksville TN Baptist First Church of God 590 Magnolia Dr Clarksville TN Church of God



Nevel Chapel Baptist Church 2720 Memorial Drive Ext Clarksville TN Baptist

Salem United Methodist Church 2269 Seven Mile Ferry Rd Clarksville TN United Methodist

Warfield Boulevard Church 290 Warfield Blvd Clarksville TN Non-denominational

New Birth Jerusalem Church 244 Burch Rd Clarksville TN Charismatic

Sango United Methodist Church 3301 Rd Clarksville TN United Methodist

Willow Bond Baptist Church 1235 Northfield Dr Clarksville TN Southern Baptist Convention

New Hope Baptist Church 1300 Rossview Rd Clarksville TN Baptist

Spring Creek Baptist Church 2760 Trenton Rd, Clarksville TN Southern Baptist Convention

New Providence United Meth 1317 Fort Campbell Blvd Clarksville TN United Methodist

St Bethlehem 2201 Old Russellville Pike Clarksville TN United Methodist

Northeast Baptist Church 3900 Trenton Rd Clarksville TN Southern Baptist Convention

St Bethlehem Christian Church 280 Dunbar Cave Rd Clarksville TN Restorationist

Northside Baptist Church 428 Lafayette Rd Clarksville TN Southern Baptist Convention

St John Missionary Baptist Church 1833 Tiny Town Road Clarksville TN Baptist

Ogburn Chapel Baptist Church 1600 Ogburn Chapel Rd Clarksville TN Southern Baptist Convention One Heart Baptist Church 3350 Royster Ln Clarksville TN Southern Baptist Convention Pardue Memorial Free Will Bap 1895 Memorial Dr Clarksville TN Baptist Parkview Baptist Church 300 Dunbar Cave Rd Clarksville TN Southern Baptist Convention Pleasant View Baptist Church 1388 Cumberland Heights Rd Clarksville TN Southern Baptist Convention Reconciliation Evangelistic Outreach Center 1155 Fort Campbell Blvd Clarksville TN Non-denominational

Temple Baptist Church 1600 Zinc Plant Rd Clarksville TN Baptist Bible Fellowship International Temple of Truth Church of God 123 Franklin St. Clarksville TN Church of God The Bible Church of the Living God 1640 Vista Ln Clarksville TN Apostolic The Community Church 199 Jack Miller Road Clarksville TN Evangelical Trinity Baptist Church 4924 Highway 41a Clarksville TN Southern Baptist Convention Trinity Episcopal Church 317 Franklin St Clarksville TN Episcopal

Clarksville First 150 Richview Rd Clarksville TN Nazarene Family of Faith Worship Center 375 Highway 149 Clarksville TN Non-denominational Greater Hope Ministries 1759 Alpine Dr Clarksville TN Southern Baptist Convention North Cross Baptist Church 812 Tiny Town Rd Clarksville TN Southern Baptist Convention Xtreme Ministries 1596 Fort Campbell Blvd Clarksville TN Non-denominational Church of Christ 421 Providence Blvd Clarksville TN Clarksville Church of God 648 Briarwood Rd Clarksville TN Church of God Clarksville First Church Plant 244 Edmondson ln Clarksville TN Southern Baptist Convention Faith Baptist Church 2590 Madison St. Clarksville TN Baptist-Independent First Canaan Baptist Church 1429 Cumberland Heights Rd Clarksville TN Southern Baptist Convention Fountain of Life Assembly of God 1983 Madison St. Clarksville TN Assemblies of God



Harvest Fellowship 3043 Nicole Rd Clarksville TN Southern Baptist Convention

New Providence Baptist Church 613 E St Clarksville TN Southern Baptist Convention

Iglesia Bautista Monte De Benedicion 411 Lillie Belle Ln Clarksville TN Southern Baptist Convention

South Clarksville Church 1650 Paradise Hill Rd Clarksville TN Ephesus SDA Church Clarksville Non-denominational 931 Cumberland Dr Clarksville TN Seventh Day Adventist Sunnyview Baptist Church 1666 Ogburn Chapel Rd Clarksville Ezra Missionary Baptist Church TN 2606 Union Hall Rd Clarksville TN Baptist-Independent Baptist

Jesus Name Assembly 166 Cunningham Ln Clarksville TN United Pentecostal Church International Korean Baptist Church 779 Tiny Town Rd Clarksville TN Baptist Korean Mission 207 Yorktown Rd Clarksville TN Southern Baptist Convention Liberty Cumberland Presbyterian 725 S Liberty Church Rd Clarksville TN Other Christian Love Christ Ministries 1400 Fort Campbell Blvd Clarksville TN Full Gospel Baptist Church Fellowship Macedonia Presbyterian Church 737 Briarwood Rd Clarksville TN Presbyterian New Life Baptist Church 1050 ½ S Riverside Dr Clarksville TN Southern Baptist Convention New Life Church 622 Madison St Clarksville TN Charismatic New Light Missionary Baptist Church 363 Dover Road Clarksville TN Southern Baptist Convention

The Gathering 2120 Pea Ridge Rd Clarksville TN Interdenominational Wesley Chapel CME Church 1026 Washington St Clarksville TN Methodist All Saints Old Catholic Church 863 Salem Rd Clarksville TN Catholic Asbury-Mt. Carmel 5050 Pickering Rd Clarksville TN United Methodist

Concord Baptist Church 2411 Peachers Mill Rd Clarksville TN Baptist

303 Market St Clarksville TN Southern Baptist Convention

First United Methodist Church 909 Madison St Clarksville TN United Methodist

Victory Baptist Church 751 Chesapeake Ln Clarksville TN Baptist Vineyard Christian Fellowship 203 Providence Blvd Clarksville TN Vineyard Crossland Avenue Baptist Church 502 Crossland Ave Clarksville TN Southern Baptist Convention

Cumberland Drive Baptist McAdoo Cumberland Church Church 3724 Ashland City Rd Clarksville TN 1101 Ashland City Rd Clarksville TN Non-denominational Baptist Mt Zion Baptist Church Round Pond 2310 River Rd Clarksville TN Baptist

Bethel Clarksville 1885 Tiny Town Rd Clarksville TN Non-denominational

Salem United Methodist Church 2269 Seven Mile Ferry Rd Clarksville TN United Methodist

Clarksville Church of God 1601 Windriver Rd Clarksville TN Church of God

Seventh-Day Adventist Church 1230 Northfield Dr Clarksville TN Seventh Day Adventist

Clarksville First Baptist Church 435 Madison St Clarksville TN Southern Baptist Convention

Tabernacle Baptist Church

Clarksville Korean 3135 Trenton Rd Clarksville TN Nazarene

Hour of Prayer Church of God 819 Main St Clarksville TN Church of God Oakland Church of Christ 3365 Guthrie Hwy Clarksville TN Church of Christ Poston Street Church of God 316 Poston St Clarksville TN Church of God Roca Eterna 1827 Palamino Dr Clarksville TN Southern Baptist Convention

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GOVERNMENT CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Christian County The Christian County Chamber of Commerce has worked for more than 120 years to provide valuable benefits and services to member businesses and individuals. There are several divisions in which members participate to achieve the goals of the chamber. The Agri-Business Committee actively supports and promotes agribusiness and its significant impact on the community’s economy. It holds the Salute to Agriculture Week to promote agriculture as a driving force in Christian County’s economy, honors agribusiness leaders by presenting the Friend of Agriculture, Distinguished Service, Agribusiness of the Year and Farmer of the Year awards. The Business Development Committee exists to create an environment in which new businesses are attracted and existing businesses prosper in Christian County. It is a public/private partnership made up of people who understand all aspects of small business and entrepreneurship development, with an overall goal to ensure that Christian County has the “welcome mat” out of businesses. The Diplomats exist to enhance member participation in chamber activities and to serve as the liaison between the chamber membership and the board of directors. Activities of the Diplomats Club include service as liaisons for new chamber members, as greeters at the chamber’s Business After Hours events and Eye Opener Breakfast events, as ribbon holders at chamber ribbon cuttings and as hosts/ hostesses at the Chamber Annual Dinner and Celebration. The Governmental Affairs Committee organizes the legislative amending briefing, a time to share the priorities with local, state and federal legislators. The Military Affairs Committee is committed to supporting the military families of Fort Campbell. The Retail Development Committee exists to facilitate retail development by recruiting new retailers and supporting and promoting existing retailers.

The Workforce/Education Development Partnership Committee exists to accomplish the Talent Development Goal of the Community Vision Plan. The WEDPC works diligently with Christian County Public Schools in its efforts to raise the level of student achievement. The WEDPC also works with the institutions of higher learners to ensure that our local offerings meet the demands of local employers. The WEDPC serves as the link from the business community to the education community. The Hopkinsville-Christian County Chamber of Commerce also has a satellite office in Oak Grove. The new office is located in the Valor Hall Conference and Event Center in Oak Grove. For more details: christiancountychamber.com

Clarksville The Clarksville Area Chamber of Commerce represents the interests of local businesses by advancing community development, promoting the economic environment and enhancing the quality of life in the region.

The chamber relies on volunteer support and memberships to accomplish its goals through the various divisions. Military Affairs includes representatives from Fort Campbell, retired military, government officials and local business leaders. The Committee works to ensure a strong relationship with Fort Campbell. This is done through an annual Citizens for Fort Campbell advocacy trip to Washington D.C., and frequent support for military personnel and their families during deployment. Membership Services focuses on developing support material, enhancing benefits and providing networking opportunities for the membership. Public and Community Affairs develops an agenda to present the Montgomery County delegation in Nashville when the General Assembly convenes in January. Business Development supports small businesses, minority and women-owned businesses and existing industries. For more details: clarksvillechamber.com


GOVERNMENT Oak Grove The City of Oak Grove, Kentucky, just off Interstate 24, is located on the boundaries of Western Kentucky and Middle Tennessee. The city is represented by a six-person city council who are elected by wards to twoyear terms and Mayor Theresa Jarvis. Regular city council meetings are held at 6:30 p.m. on the first Tuesday of each month at the City Council Chambers at 8505 Pembroke Oak Grove Road. The city recently successfully opened a horse racing track. The full track will be open in 2020.

Fort Campbell Now with an area of more than 106,000 acres, Fort Campbell and the 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) serves more than 100,000 people including soldiers, retirees and family members. In fact, Fort Campbell continues to be the area’s largest employer, with just more than 30,000 active-duty soldiers and 5,100 civilians employed at the installation. With more than $1.5 billion in payroll, $1.8 billion in public works activities and nearly $200 million in housing allowance, Fort Campbell’s economic impact of more than $4.5 billion reaches far into Kentucky and Tennessee, as well as many states throughout the nation. The 101st is the only air assault division in the world and has a fully equipped airport for quick deployments. The division is made up of about 19,000


soldiers separated into seven brigades, four focused on infantry, tow on aviation and one on support for the other brigades. In addition to the 101st, Fort Campbell is also home to the 5th Special Forces Group (Airborne), headquartered at Fort Bragg, NC; 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (Airborne); The U.S. Air Force units 19th Air Support Operation; Squadron and Operation Location; 621st Air Mobility Operations Group and the 716th Military Police Battalion. Fort Campbell is under the command of Maj. Gen. Brian E. Winski, who took over in Feb. 2019.

Christian County The Christian County Fiscal court, or the governing body, is composed of a county judge-executive and eight district magistrates who are elected to fouryear terms. The judge-executive, as the chief executive officer of the county, is responsible for the organization and management of the administrative functions of county government. The fiscal court sets the county’s policies and priorities. The judge-executive must execute these policies and priorities. The fiscal court oversees the operation of 17 departments and service areas.

Hopkinsville The city of Hopkinsville is governed by a mayor and 12 city council members who are elected by wards to two-year terms. City government operates under four departments: administration, fire and EMS, police and public works.


Montgomery County The Montgomery County Commission is the governing body for the county, and it oversees such operations as the sheriff’s office, emergency medical services and the court system. It also provides funding for the Clarksville-Montgomery County School System. All 21 commissioners serve four-year terms. The county mayor serves as the top leader in the county government. The County Commission meets at 7 p.m. on the first Monday of each month at the county courthouse in downtown Clarksville. Members discuss resolutions that come before the governing body. Commissioners meet in regular voting sessions at 7 p.m., on the second Monday of each month.

Clarksville Clarksville has a mayoral form of government with a full-time mayor. A 12-member city council votes on ordinances and resolutions. Members are elected by voters in 12 wards. Council members and the mayor are limited to three consecutive, four-year terms. The council meets for a voting session at 7 p.m. on the first Thursday of every month at council chambers, located at 108 Public Square. A public comment session of no more than 30 minutes is held prior to every voting meeting. Anyone who wishes to address the council must contact the cit clerk’s office at 931-6486121 by noon on the Wednesday prior to the meeting to have his or her name placed on the agenda.



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THINGS TO DO 21+ FOOD AND DRINK Old Glory Distilling Co. (Clarksville, TN) Monday-Saturday: 11am-6pm Sunday: 1-6pm

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MB Roland Distillery (Pembroke, KY) Monday-Thursday: 10am-6pm Old Glory Distilling Company is a small artisan Friday & Saturday: 9am-6pm Whiskey distillery located in Clarksville, Sunday: 1-6pm Tennessee. The cocktail bar is always open MB Roland Distillery is a “grain to glass” craft for tastings and tours of the distillery are distillery that uses local white corn to hand conducted every hour on the hour. Not a make each one of their products. Every whiskey fan? They also offer Vodka that is bourbon, whiskey, or spirit has an individual sure to revolutionize your weekend martinis. personality and taste bursting with flavor. For more information visit: https:// Distillery tours and tastings are $5.00 per oldglorydistilling.com/ person and even include a complimentary shot glass. Tastings are free of charge and Beachaven Vineyards & Winery (Clarksville, are offered upon request. Check out their TN) vintage and craft fairs, personalized events/ Monday-Saturday: 9am-7pm rentals, and much more. Sunday: 12-5pm For more information: http://mbroland.com/ events/ Beachaven Winery boasts critically acclaimed wines that stand out for their value, taste, Strawberry Alley Ale Works (Clarksville, TN)\ and diversity. All of their wines are grown Monday-Thursday: 11am-12am on site and can be purchased by the glass, Friday & Saturday: 9am-6pm bottle, or case. Tastings are available during Sunday: 1-6pm their normal business hours and are only $5 (if you decide to buy a bottle, the fee is In the historic downtown area of Clarksville, waived). Check out their regular or annual you can find this unique brewery. With events such as Jazz on the Lawn, DJ on the rotating craft brews and at least 10 beers Dock, and many more. always on tap, you’ll never be bored of the For more information visit: https://www. selection. Beyond the drinks, the kitchen beachavenwinery.com/ delivers food made completely from scratch and a selection of specialty lunches, Tennessee Valley Brewing Company homemade dinners, and a delicious brunch (Clarksville, TN) on the weekends. They also accommodate Monday-Thursday: 3-9pm small or large private gatherings featuring Friday & Saturday: 12pm-12am custom food and drink selections. Sunday: 12-8pm For more information: https://www.saaleworks. com/home Come experience the difference at one of Tennessee’s newest craft breweries. Flights BlackHorse Pub & Brewery (Clarksville, TN) of beer are only $8 and includes 4 tasters of Monday-Thursday: 11am-10pm your choice from taps 1-6. Every Friday night Friday & Saturday: 11am-11pm at Tennessee Valley Brewing Company they Sunday: 10:30am-10pm

The BlackHorse Pub & Brewery is a known as local gathering spot in Clarksville and has been around for over two decades. They offer specialty, seasonal, and year round brews such as craft stouts, pale ales, IPAs, milk stouts, and much more. Along with some of the best food in town, they also serve brunch Saturday & Sunday from 11am-2pm. For more information: http://blackhorsebrews. com/clarksville-tennessee/ Casey Jones Distillery (Hopkinsville, KY) Monday-Saturday: 10am-6pm Sunday: 1pm-6pm The legend behind Casey Jones moonshine is well known across generations of Kentuckians. His grandson, Arlon Casey Jones, was inspired by his grandfather’s passion and knowledge of moonshine to create this distillery. Arlon hand makes each batch of moonshine using a precious family recipe. To get a glimpse of history, tours start at the top of the hour. If you want to see the product coming straight off the still, just give them a call and they will let you know when the best time is to arrive. For more information: https://www. caseyjonesdistillery.com/ Hopkinsville Brewing Company (Hopkinsville, KY) Monday & Tuesday: Closed Wednesday & Thursday: 4-8pm Friday: 2-8 pm Saturday: 12-8pm Sunday: Closed Hopkinsville Brewing Company is the city’s and county’s original craft brewery. It is veteran owned and operated and has a wide variety of beer that is served in their downtown nano-brewery. Taste a flight of their best selections while having a space



to relax and interact with friends. With free Wi-Fi, food trucks almost every night, and eight different craft beers on tap, there’s plenty of things to keep you entertained at Hopkinsville Brewing Company. For more information: http:// hopkinsvillebrewingcompany.com/

INDOOR ACTIVITIES D&D Blacklight Mini Golf (Clarksville, TN) Monday-Thursday: 12-9pm Friday: 12—10pm Saturday: 11am—10am Sunday: 11am—9pm D&D’s is fun for kids and adults alike. With a state of the art arcade, a laser beam maze, and glow in the dark paint room, it is much more than just regular mini golf place— did we mention it’s glowing with 3D art? For more information: https://ddminigolf.com/ Horsefeathers Pottery Studio (Clarksville, TN) Monday: Closed Tuesday: 10am - 5pm Wednesday: 1 - 8pm Thursday & Friday: 10am 5pm Saturday: 10am - 4pm Sunday: Closed Horsefeathers is an inviting pottery and art studio — with zero studio fees. This means you only pay the price of the item you wish to create and all the paint, stencils, and design help is completely free. After you finish your masterpiece, you will receive a pick up date at the checkout counter. Walkins of any kind are always welcome! For more information: http://www. myhorsefeathers.com/ Griffin’s Studio (Hopkinsville,KY) Monday: Closed Tuesday-Friday: 9:30am-4:30pm Saturday: 10am-3pm Since 2013, Griffin’s Studio has been a fantastic place where anyone can take art classes, participate in workshops, or even have paint

parties. They cater to people of all ages and even have specials events and camps. Looking for a unique way to celebrate a birthday? Griffin’s has got you covered with one-of-a-kind art projects, food, cake, and presents. For more information: https://www. griffinsstudio.com/ Excape Games (Clarksville, TN) Monday-Wednesday: 11am-8pm Thursday: 11am-9pm Friday & Saturday: 10am-10pm Sunday: 12-7pm You wake up in a mysterious cabin and have no recollection. A murder has taken place at the house of mystery, and you must find out who did it. Can you attempt to save mankind after a terrible outbreak? Your group has a limited amount of time to figure out the details of each game. While the games are made for adults, children 16 and under may attend if accompanied by an adult as well. For more information: https://excapegames. com/

Covert Escape Games (Clarksville, TN) Monday: Closed Tuesday-Thursday: 10am—11pm Friday & Saturday: 10am-12am Sunday: 10am-8pm Find your way down the rabbit hole, track down a German agent who stole classified flight plans, infiltrate the soviet space agency, or leave everything behind to search for more prosperous land. Families, couples, gamers, and friends are all invited to try to figure out these escape puzzles before the time runs out. For more information: http:// covertescapegames.com/ Planet 3 Extreme Air Park (Clarksville, TN) Monday-Thursday: 10am-10pm Friday & Saturday- 10am-12am Sunday: 10am-8pm Experience an indoor extreme trampoline arena with over 15,000 square feet of connected trampolines. Within the 25,000 sq. foot facility you can find activities such as extreme dodgeball, launch pads, trapeze,


foam pits, a ninja obstacle course, and so much more. Great fun for the kids and even date night, Planet 3 Extreme Air Park will be the highlight of your week. For more information: https://www. planet3clarksville.com/ Swirlz Art Studio (Clarksville, TN) Please check ‘Class Calendar’ online for hours & to make a reservation Want to join a non-committal art class? Swirlz Art Studio has professional instructors to teach you how to make a painting from start to finish. Perfect idea for a girl’s night or just to bring out your creative side. Bring your own beverages, of any kind, and they supply the rest! For more information: https://www. rezclick.com/swirlzartstudio/index. php?page=misc_3 Magic Wheels Fun Center (Clarksville, TN) Monday: Closed Tuesday: 5:30-8pm


Wednesday: Closed Thursday: 5-8pm Friday: 6-10pm Saturday: 12-10:30pm Sunday: 2-5pm Come on down to Magic Wheels fun center where you can skate the night away on their newly refinished roller rink. Rollerblading not your thing? Not to worry, Magic Wheels Fun Center also has a twostory playground for the kids, an arcade, and a cafe. You can also participate in events such as Roller Dodgeball Madness or Family Skate Night. For more information: http:// magicwheelsfun.com


an attentive staff. With real wood floors, cheap bowling rates, and comfortable shoes, you’re almost guaranteed to have a great time at Skyline lanes. They also have an arcade, jukebox, and small snack bar to keep you entertained during your visit. For more information: https://www. facebook.com/SkylineLanesTN/ The Pinnacle (Clarksville, TN) Monday-Thursday: 11am-12am Friday & Saturday: 11am-2am Sunday: 12pm-11pm

The perfect place to take the family for Friday night bowling or to plan your next birthday party. With 32 lanes, a game room for all ages, a 21+ sports bar, and an Skyline Lanes (Clarksville, TN) All Star Grill, The Pinnacle is the ultimate Monday-Thursday: 12-10pm fun stop. Go join one of their leagues Friday & Saturday: 12-11 pm or participate in Cosmic Bowling on the Sunday: 12-10pm weekends. For more information: http://pinnaclebowl. A retro bowling alley with a great energy and com/

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Friday & Saturday: 10am-9pm Sunday: 1-6pm Clarksville’s only virtual gun range that is 100% safe for all ages. They offer real guns Enjoy a night of endless laughs with friends that are altered for simulation games and family at Clarksville’s very own Laugh only. Gun down outlaws, zombies, or play & Lounge. Featuring top touring national carnival style games. With simulations that comedians and quality stand-up. Good can fit up to four people, you’re friends food and drinks are always available and a and family will have a blast! They now offer good time is guaranteed! classes such as: TN Handgun carry permit, For more information: http://laughandlounge. NRA Home Firearm Safety, NRA Basics of com/ Pistol Shooting, and NRA Marksmanship Simulator. Virtual Shots (Clarksville, TN) For more information: http://virtual-shots. Monday-Thursday: 10am-7pm com/

OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES Clarksville Greenway (Clarksville, TN) Monday-Sunday: 7am-8pm The Clarksville Greenway is approximately 9 miles long and is situated in North Clarksville along the Red River and West Fort Creek. There are long trails for biking or inline skating, large trees for shade, restrooms on-site, and benches to relax. There is also a bike-share station at the Pollard Road Trailhead if you want to rent a bike for the day. For more information: http://www. cityofclarksville.com/index.aspx?page=158



Rotary Park (Clarksville, TN) Monday-Sunday: 5am-9pm


On the first day of each month there are This is the newest Disc Golf Course in guided hikes through Pennyrile Forest Hopkinsville. The 18-hole course boasts an State Park. The park also offers equestrian open and spacious area, trees, and even Rotary Park is an 11.3 acre nature park will and mountain bike paths for those who a creek running through the area. With over five miles of activities. With picnic like to get off the regular trails. The 800 foot long course, it is designed for the tables and grills, a large 18-hole disc bluewater canoe trails are also a great more avid disc golf player. Go join in on a golf course, a horseshoe pit area, and way to spend time on the water with tournament or set the new high record. big playground, sand volleyball courts, family and friends while camping there. For more information: https://www. an outdoor exercise area, and more. It is For more information: https://parks.ky.gov/ dgcoursereview.com/course.php?id=9645 easily accessed one block southeast of parks/resortparks/pennyrile-forest/ the Highway 76/Highway 41 intersection. Clarksville Speedway & Fairgrounds For more information: https://mcgtn.org/ Liberty Park & Clarksville Marina (Clarksville, TN) parks/parks-and-facilities/rotary (Clarksville, TN) Monday-Thursday: Closed Monday-Thursday: 9am-5pm Friday: 5pm-1:30am Oak Grove War Memorial Park Disc Golf Friday-Sunday: 8am-6pm Saturday: Course (Oak Grove, KY) Sunday: Closed Monday-Sunday: 6am-7:30pm The marina is located in the old fairground park property with nice views and is a If you have a need for speed, Clarksville This intermediate level and beautifully great area for fishing. You may take your Speedway & Fairgrounds is the place to designed 18-hole disc golf course own boat or rent one, venture off in a be! Watch races every weekend between is surrounded by mature trees and kayak, or just walk/run along the trails the dirt track, drag strip, and even is a perfect place to spend a sunny provided. There is an outdoor workout go-karts. Attend the annual Montgomery afternoon. Beginners will find it easier area, a place to rent bikes, pavilions County Fair with live pig and duck races, to practice here due to the flat terrain for parties and grilling, and even a dog a petting zoo, amusement rides, food, of the course. They provide score cards park for your furry friends (you must be games, and much more. inside the Oak Grove Tourism/Valor Hall registered with the city to use the dog For more information: http://www. office during regular office hours. park). clarksvillespeedway.com/ For more information: http:// For more information: http://cityofclarksville. visitoakgroveky.com/about-oak-grove/ com/index.aspx?page=165 parks-recreation/disc-golf-ratings/ North Drive Disc Golf Course (Hopkinsville, Hopkinsville Greenway System KY) (Hopkinsville, KY) Monday-Sunday: 7am-7pm Blueway Adventures (Clarksville, TN) Monday-Sunday: 8am-8pm Monday-Sunday: 9am-6pm North Drive Disc Golf Course is a 9-hole Come explore the best trails in course that is great for beginners and Hopkinsville! Whether you are out for a intermediate level players. It is the oldest Get outdoors and explore Clarksville with canoe, kayak, tube, and fishing pole rentals. leisurely stroll or want to grab your bike course in the city and makes excellent Blueway adventures sells live bait of all kinds and go, this 5K rail trail is sure to not use of the space with well-marked areas in the Liberty Park Marina area and they disappoint. There are plans for two more and tee pads. The recreational center have direct access to the Cumberland River. phases in the near future, with over 15 workers are friendly and always willing With several kayaking routes and even safety miles of trails. to help. classes, you’re in the best hands for your For more information: http://www. For more information: https://www. next outdoor venture. hopkinsvilleky.us/residents/health/5k_ dgcoursereview.com/course.php?id=3058 For more information: http://www. rail_trail.php bluewayadventure.com/ Pennyrile Forest State Park (Dawson Disc Golf Course at Trails of Tears Park Run-A-Muck Outfitters (Clarksville, TN) Springs, KY) (Hopkinsville, KY) Hours depend on time of year; please visit their Hours depend on time of year, please visit (Could not find information on hours or a website number to call) website for a full schedule




Run-A-Muck Outfitters provides you and your friends with canoe and kayak rentals and also sells used canoes and kayaks. They can accommodate large groups, as many as 100 people, regarding of experience or age. Take a trip down the Red River or down Sycamore Creek. With them you are guaranteed to have a good day on the water, just don’t forget your sunblock! For more Information: http://www. runamuckoutfitters.com/ Dunbar Cave State Park (Clarksville, TN) Hours depend on time of year; please visit their website for a full schedule Being one of the largest caves in Montgomery County, this eight mile long cave is quite a place to visit. One of the most reputable things to see is the Native American iconography in the cave that dates back to approximately 1350 AD. Tours of the cave are offered seasonally and usually begin in Saturday: 10am-7pm May. Outside of the tours there are hiking Sunday: 12-7pm trails and birding adventures you are welcome to try. Looking to escape the summer heat? Well For more information: https://tnstateparks. Tie Breaker Family Aquatic Center is the com/parks/dunbar-cave right place for you! A lazy river, a play area with slides, and two larger slides for adults. They also offer events such as teen night, a small food court, and even Heritage Park Sports Complex (Clarksville, military discounts. TN) For more information: http://www. Monday-Sunday: 6am-8:30pm tiebreakerpark.com/


With four softball fields, four baseball fields, eight soccer fields, and two basketball courts, these facilities provide fun for the whole family. The complex also features two large playgrounds for the kids, an allinclusive splash pad, a skate park, and a huge dog park. For more information: http://www. cityofclarksville.com/index.aspx?page=123 Tie Breaker Family Aquatic Center Open through Labor Day Monday-Friday: 11am-7pm

Christian Way Farm (Hopkinsville, KY) Monday-Thursday: 10am-9pm Friday & Saturday: 10am-10pm Sunday: Closed Enjoy a day outdoors with the family at Christian Way Farm. Kids will enjoy a lawn mower train ride, feeding the animals, a playground, mini-golf, and friendly games. There’s also education opportunities, delicious snacks, team building exercises, and chances for unlimited fun! Be sure to check out the

special events throughout the year such as the Easter Egg Hunt, Harvest Praise, and more. For more information: http:// christianwayfarm.com/ The City Forum (Clarksville, TN) Mon: Closed Tuesday-Thursday: 3-10pm Friday: 3-11pm Saturday: 10am-11pm Sunday: 12-9pm Here you only pay for the attractions and games you want to participate in—no general admission fees! Try your luck in the arcade to win tickets, play a game of mini golf, bowl all night long, play with your friends in the laser tag arena, or race others in go-karts. Change up your weekend routine and go have some fun at The City Forum. For more information: https://www. thecityforum.com/ McGregor Park Riverwalk (Clarksville, TN) Monday-Sunday: 6am-6pm


Take a stroll along the Cumberland River, admire the scenery, take your kids to the playground, or ride your bikes along the trails. McGregor Park has picnic areas, is in a prime spot for nearby restaurants, and boasts a lot of history. Take the family and have a relaxing Sunday! For more information: http://www. cityofclarksville.com/index. aspx?page=125


DANCE SPOTS & LIVE MUSIC The Gilroy Pub (Clarksville, TN) Monday: Closed Tuesday-Friday: 4pm-2:30am Saturday: 5pm-2:30am Sunday: Closed

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Electric Cowboy (Clarksville, TN) Monday & Tuesday: Closed Wednesday-Sunday: 8pm-3am


Located just ten minutes away from post, O’Connor’s offers endless fun all year round. Their cornhole tournaments, volleyball games, outdoor concerts, beer pong games, and pay per view fights are even better when paired with the delicious food and beer. Come with friends or alone! You’re guaranteed a fun night. Happy hour from 5-7pm. For more information: https://www.oconnorsfun. com/ The Warehouse (Clarksville, TN) Monday-Sunday: 8pm-3am There is always something going on at The Warehouse. A fun atmosphere, cold drinks, a dance floor, live music and rock concerts, and a nice patio. There is a lot of space to see the stage from anywhere you decide to be and the staff is extremely attentive. For more information: https://www.facebook. com/thewarehouserocks/

FINE ARTS The Don F. Pratt Memorial Museum (Fort Campbell, KY) Monday: Closed Tuesday-Saturday: 9:30am-4pm Sunday: Closed The Con F. Pratt Memorial Museum was created in 1956 for the 101st Airborne Division. It covers the “Screaming Eagles” time period from the early 1940’s to present day. Among personal possessions from General William C. Lee, you can find a completely restored CG-4A cargo slider, an illuminated Dutch manuscript, and much more. For more information: http://fortcampbell. com/museums/don-f-pratt-museum/

Want to show off your two-stepping moves? Go to Electric Cowboy and enjoy the great country music, drink specials, karaoke, and billiards tables. The biggest party in Clarksville invites you to cut a rug and enjoy their amenities Museums of Historic Hopkinsville Christian responsibly. County (Hopkinsville, KY) For more information: http://electriccowboy.com/ For hours of operation please check back after clarksville the reopening in February 2020 O’Connor Irish Pub (Clarksville, TN) Known as the Museums of Historic Hopkinsville Monday-Thursday: 5pm-3am Christian County, is a group of museums Friday & Saturday: 3pm-3am Sunday: 5pm-3am which include: The Charles Jackson Circus



Museum, the Woody Winfree Fire and Transportation Museum, and The Pennyroyal Area Museum. Permanent exhibits inside the Pennyroyal Area Museum include: the Edgar Cayce Exhibit, an African American Exhibit, a Pioneer Living Set, and a Military Exhibit. Inside the Woody Winfree Museum you can find collections tracing back to the history of transportation itself with wagons, horse-drawn vehicles, a 1927 Chevrolet Pumper antique fire truck, and more. The Charles Jackson Circus museum contains memorabilia from the Ringling Brother, the Barnum and Bailey Circus, and even fun house mirrors to keep you laughing. For more information: http://www. museumsofhopkinsville.org/ Hopkinsville Art Guild Gallery (Hopkinsville, KY) Monday & Tuesday: Closed Wednesday-Saturday: 11am-5pm In 1965 local artists formed the Hopkinsville Art guild as a non-profit organization to promote art in the community. The gallery’s goal is to organize a communal place where amateur and professional artists can share their interest in art and display it. For more information: http://www. hopkinsvilleartguild.org/ Customs House Museum (Clarksville, TN) Monday: Closed Tuesday-Saturday: 10am-5pm Sunday: 1-5pm The Customs House Museum is Tennessee’s second largest general museum. It features more than 35,000 square feet and even has activities for kids such as a bubble cave. The large gallery features permanent exhibits that are filled with science, fine art, and history. For more information: http:// customshousemuseum.org/ Janice Mason Art Museum (Hopkinsville, KY) Monday: Closed Tuesday-Sunday: 10am-4pm

The Janice Mason Art Museum is well worth a Since the early 1900’s the Roxy Regional visit! Although it is small it hosts impressive theatre has been part of Clarksville’s art shows and is free to the public. It is the entertainment history. However, it was not former U.S. Post office and even has art until the early 1980’s that it was turned into classes from time to time. If you’re interested a live theatre and became the cornerstone of in local and U.S. art this is a great place to the town’s re-development. Now-a-days the spend an afternoon. Roxy has hosted amazing live production For more information: http://jmam.org/ shows such as Hairspray, Grease, or many others. Cumberland Arts Centre (Clarksville, TN) For more information: http:// Hours depend on shows and time of year, roxyregionaltheatre.org/ please check online for their schedule Alhambra Theatre (Hopkinsville,KY) If you like local performing arts, look no further. Hours depend on shows and time of year, The Cumberland Arts Centre may be a small please check online for their schedule but hosts great plays and entertainment. They also serve delicious meals and their The Alhambra Theatre offers a variety of original productions will make you glad you theatrical performances. This historic stopped in. landmark was completed has been around For more information: https://www. since 1928 and was re-opened in 1983 as facebook.com/pages/Cumberland-Artsa community performing arts center. In Centre/272400059605505 2018, the theatre underwent a complete facelift, including a second story lobby Roxy Regional Theatre (Clarksville, TN) expansion and a larger performance space. Hours depend on shows and time of year, This venue offers live performances, old please check online for their schedule film screenings, school performances,




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GOLF Golf is one of the most played sports in the world. When people mention golf, they think of a lush green grass field, hitting small balls with a club, and riding around on golf carts. However, to regular golfers, we think of it in a different way. If you love to play golf with friends or just simply relax on the course, it’s time you pay a visit to one of our community’s many golf courses. You could have the best game of your life. Cole Park Golf Course Monday-Sunday: 7:30am-5:30pm and much more. For more information: https://www.facebook. com/pg/alhambratheatrehopkinsville/ about/?ref=page_internal

LOCAL LIBRARIES Libraries have much more to offer than simply books on a shelf. Many libraries lend out cook equipment, seeds, and even study materials. Libraries also have quiet rooms for reading, conference rooms, projectors, and printers available for use. If you like the feel of a paperback book, no distractions, and a place to enjoy reading, visit one of our local libraries! Hopkinsville-Christian County Public Library Monday: 9am-6pm Tuesday: 10 am-7pm Wednesday: 9am-6pm Thursday: 10am-7pm Friday: 9am-6pm Saturday: 9am-5pm Sunday: Closed

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SHOOTING RANGE & ARCHERY There are far too many people who buy a weapon, but never go practice shooting it. Going to a range has proven to relieve stress, increase confidence, promote focus, help physical balance, and even build strength. Whether you’re preparing for the military or police academy, looking to blow off steam, or just want to shoot with some friends, our community has loads of ranges to accommodate your needs. Shell Shop Monday-Friday: 9am-6pm Saturday: 9am-3pm Sunday: Closed 101 Hammond Dr Hopkinsville, KY 42240 (270) 885-1868 MWR Range 16 & 15 Monday-Friday: Closed

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40 FT. CAMPBELL REGIONAL GUIDE Land Between the Lakes The Land Between the Lakes National Recreation Area has been part of the great American great outdoors since 1963 and has been managed by the U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service since 1999. The area contains more than 170,000 acres and is only a 30-minute drive from Fort Campbell and Hopkinsville. With one of the largest blocks of undeveloped forest in the eastern United States, 300 miles of natural shoreline, and approximately 1.5 million visitors a year, Land Between the Lakes is a hot spot for a weekend getaway. There are 22 lake access areas with boat ramps, five courtesy docks, four fishing piers, and six beaches. The national recreation area has 420 miles of roads, more than 90 bridges, and 5 dams. For general information, special events, and calendars visit: https:// www.landbetweenthelakes.us/


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