What does Clarksville have to offer? The better question is what doesn’t Clarksville have to offer! Clarksville-Montgomery County is an ideal place to work, live, and play. Its natural scenic beauty, an abundance of outdoor recreational opportunities, a thriving downtown district, a homegrown winery, local distillery, and plenty of eateries, retail options, and family fun make it a great place to visit and call home.
In Clarksville, you’ll find metropolitan amenities and conveniences blended with small-town hospitality and values – a scenic river city that is rich in history with residents who enjoy modern-day living. Clarksville was named: the “Best Place to Retire in Tennessee” (Investment U, January 2020), #1 Best Place to Live in America (MONEY.com, September 2019), and the #3 City Where Millennials Are Buying Homes (REALTOR.com, March 2019).
Part of the charm that makes up this community is the array of attractions that bring the downtown alive throughout the year. Citizens come together year-round in the heart of the city at the Downtown Commons, an authentic gathering place that serves as the center of the Downtown District. Clarksville and Montgomery County host free annual events such as Christmas on the Cumberland, Movies in The Park, Downtown at Sundown, Downtown Market and more. Recreation enthusiasts can find plenty of adventure in Clarksville at the Marina at Liberty Park, or the Blueway and Greenway trails with miles of scenic walking, biking, running, kayaking, boating and canoeing options.
Along with a great quality of life, Clarksville offers an affordable cost of living – about 15% below the national average, according to the ACCRA Cost of Living Index. Best of all you’ll find friendly and welcoming people who love calling Clarksville home.
Clarksville-Montgomery County boasts:
- 34 parks with 644 acres total
- 5 public swimming pools
- 6 golf courses
- 9 tennis courts
- 2 movie theaters
- 3 community centers