Clarksville TN is the Fifth Largest City in Tennessee
Clarksville's proximity to Nashville makes it a sleeper bedroom community with housing prices well below the Greater Nashville Area's median home prices. Located about 40 miles northwest of Nashville near the Kentucky State line you can reach Nashville in about 30 minutes. This makes it a an easy drive to save tens of thousands of dollars in housing costs over the Nashville market.
Ft. Campbell KY (home of the 101st Airborne Division) is adjacent to Clarksville and contributes to the economy and population of the city. We welcome our soldiers and the contribution they make to our country and saftey.
People choose to live in Clarksville because it has new industry coming with Hankook Tire Plant plus many other industries like Google and the community is growing. Retired military move here to be near the post facilities and find that the cost of living is reasonable and affordable. There is no state income tax in Tennessee. Clarksville TN is a beautiful town built around the Cumberland River and farmland and we have four distinct seasons.
Here are some of the places you need to see when you come to Clarksville.
- Check out the beautiful campus of Austin Peay State University. There are many historic buildings on this growing campus. APSU has some fine athletic teams and is a Liberal Arts University with under graduate and graduate programs available. Courses are offered online and also on satellite campuses.
- The Music Program at APSU is exceptional and you can hear world famous talent perform plus local aspiring musicians. The Gateway Chamber Orchestra performs several times per year.
- Downtown Clarksville is a must see and while there stop and have lunch at one of the restaurants like the Blackhouse Brewery & Pub. Historic Downtown has some gorgeous old churches, a historic Courthouse and Custom House Museum building.that started out as the post office and served many other purposes before being converted to a museum.
- Drive down Riverside Drive and stop and take a walk on the Riverwalk. Watch the people, watch the boats go in an out of the Clarksville Marina. You may even see a barge go by. This is the location of many festivals and events.
- Dunbar Cave State Natural Area has a history of having famous bands that played on the weekends. There are nature trails and cave visits by appointment.
- Go out to Ft. Campbell and visit the Don Pratt Museum that features information on the history of the 101st Airborne Division.
- Beachaven Winery and Vineyards always has something going on and you won't want to miss the wine tastings, gift shop and tour of the vineyards.
- The Roxy Regional Theater is located in Historic Downtown Clarksville and has talented well known performances every week.
Clarksville TN is a small town in many ways because it is friendly but has an excellent school system, variety of restaurants and shopping and a population expected to be near 200,000 by the year 2020. The word about Clarksville's quality of life is spreading.
There are many Reasons to Love Living in Clarksville TN.
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