First and foremost, Clarksville, Tennessee is an historic river city. The Cumberland and Red Rivers merge in the heart of the city where a fully-developed and ever-expanding RiverWalk serves as a launching pad for recreational opportunities like kayaking, boating and fishing…and links pedestrians directly to downtown.
Clarksville’s Blueway connects the Cumberland and Red Rivers, plus other scenic creeks. Outings from 2-14 miles for canoeing and kayaking give both the skilled and the novice a fun and memorable adventure.
The enviable climate makes most outdoor activities pleasant year around. Golf, hiking, hunting and fishing, road and trail biking are popular during all four distinctly beautiful seasons.
A few miles south of the city limits, nestled on a sprawling 126-acre estate, is the Montgomery County Shooting Complex. This world-class dynamic facility offers countless options for all ages, including sporting clays, traps, skeet, tactical pistol ranges, 3-D archery and more. For the true Southside experience, bring a hearty appetite to the Southside General Store!
Hikers and nature lovers will enjoy the scenic 110-acre Dunbar Cave State Natural Area with fantastic wildlife viewing. The adjacent 18-hole Swan Lake golf course is also a popular year-round destination.
Disc golf is a family favorite in Clarksville. Two 9-hole courses offer contrasting landscapes: Rotary Park is set at the back of the expansive wooded park and Airport Park is gently rolling, with mostly short holes and few trees.
Don’t end your time in Clarksville without indulging your taste buds and absorbing the culture. Spend time relaxing at Beachaven Vineyards & Winery, Old Glory Distilling and three craft breweries serve fine local libations. A multitude of ethnic restaurants, alongside top-notch authentic southern fare like barbecue and catfish, satisfy any craving.
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