Clarksville TN- The Summer Place to Be
Clarksville sits on the banks of the Cumberland River which offers all kind of water sport activities in the summertime. There is a marina for boating, a walking trail for exercise and an amphitheater at McGregor Park.
It is a historic town and played a big part in the Civil War. History can be found all through downtown, and especially at the Customs House Museum.
Clarksville is has dozens of parks with 4 swimming pools and free outdoor splash pads. You don't want to miss the Independence Day Celebration held each year on July 3rd at Liberty Park. For families free movies are shown on some weekends at the parks. Check Parks and Recreation for the full schedule.
The trails and greenways are in the downtown area, in the parks and in North Clarksville. There are tennis courts, ball fields, lakes for fishing, horseshoes, picnicking pavilions, and numerous playgrounds. The recreational centers offer mini-camps for kids, sports and crafts and art activities.
The city is spread over 94.9 square miles and is located about 35 miles Northwest of Nashville. Land Between the Lakes is a 45 minute drive.
There is an performance arts program held for children at the Roxy. Outdoor concerts are being held at Downtown Commons. On select Saturday nights there is Jazz on the Lawn provided by Beachaven Winery and Vineyards.
Sports are big in Clarksville with ball teams and nearly year-round soccer and baseball.Get outside and enjoy the great outdoors because the weather gives you 4 distinct seasons with a very tolerant summertime temperature.
Check out Clarksville Downtown Market on Saturday morning until 1:00 PM and the other activities happening in the downtown area. There are new restaurants and shops that you must stop by to see and try.
Clarksville attracts retirees and is military friendly. It continues to grow and will soon be approaching 200,000. As for housing, it is still affordable and the selection of homes is some of the best in Middle Tennessee.
When interested in Clarksville, give me a call, Debbie Reynolds at 931-320-6730 or check out my website.
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Clarksville, TN 37040
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