Clarksville TN is Becoming Home to Many
As more and more people move to Clarksville for the job opportunities, for the lower cost of living and the proximity to Nashville, the atmosphere and friendliness of the city and welcoming nature of the residents get into their hearts and win them over.
Just today I have met two new couples that said how much they like it here and want to stay and buy a home. It helps that housing costs are some of the lowest of all of the Middle Tennessee area.
We are blessed to have Ft. Campbell (home of the 101st Airborne Division) resides in our area, just adjacent to Clarksville. It brings tens of thousands of service people and civilian workers that contribute to the economy and population of the city. We thank them for their service.
We have new industry with Hankook Tire, Google and LG Electronics all adding jobs to the city. Industry is attracted because of the affordable housing and low taxes including no state income tax.
Check out these must see places in Clarksville.
- Austin Peay State University not only has a gorgeous campus but a growing student population. There are many historic buildings on this growing campus. The sports teams are NCAA champions and the academics are outstanding.
- Downtown Clarksville is not only historic but is developing with the recent opening of Downtown Commons, a community park and a couple of fine new restaurants that will leave you coming back. Plan to try them and be delighted.
- The Music Program at APSU is exceptional and you can hear world famous talent perform plus local aspiring musicians. Although The Gateway Chamber Orchestra is not a part of the university any longer, it does feature many of the highly accomplished musicians that teach at APSU. They perform several times during the year.
- Downtown Clarksville is a must see and while there stop and have lunch at one of the fine restaurants like the Blackhouse Brewery, Strawberry Alley or Rouix. Historic Downtown has some gorgeous old churches, a historic Courthouse.
- Riverside Drive follows the Cumberland River past McGregor Park and along the side of the Riverwalk. It's a fun place to sit and people watch, relax or watch the boating activities at the Clarksville Marina.
- Dunbar Cave State Natural Area has a history of having famous bands that played on the weekends. The nature trails and cave visits will satisfy the explorer spirit in you.
- 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 in reknown plays and musicals. It is quality entertainment and features performers and talent from all across America.
- Be sure to check out the Customs House Museum and learn about Clarksville's history and see exhibits about local artisans and their works. You can buy some great gifts in the Seasons Gift Store.
Clarksville TN is a small town with many big town features. The people make it a great place to live and they are so accepting of newcomers. Newcomers are viewed as our future Clarksvillians.
There is an excellent school system, lots of restaurants and shopping and a population expected to exceed 200,000 by 2020.
Reasons I Love Living in Clarksville TN.
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