Amanda Wall
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Amanda Wall

Amanda is a Clarksville native, and a proud graduate of Austin Peay State University and the University of Mississippi. As the PR/Content Manager at Visit Clarksville, she loves to share the stories of Clarksville-Montgomery County and encourage visitors to see why she never wants to leave her hometown.

What's Happening This Month: October 2022

It is officially Fall and there is so much to do in Clarksville, Tennessee. Whether you are experiencing the last of our various summer series or celebrating the return of the spooky season, you are sure to have a memorable time. October 6 – Art Walk Head to Downtown Clarksville for the First…

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Spend a Perfect Fall Weekend in Clarksville

Soon enough, the leaves will be falling from the trees and there will be a familiar crisp in the air. We might be a little biased, but we think Clarksville is the perfect place to spend a fall weekend. With such a mild climate, those visiting Clarksville can comfortably enjoy outdoor recreation…

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What's Happening This Month: September 2022

Can you believe there are just three more weeks until the first day of Fall? With the weather starting to cool down, there are lots of fun events in store for this month. You will find everything from live music and art shows to a videogame competition and the return of college football. Check out…

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Find Balance in Clarksville

'Holistic wellness’ is defined as “a form of healing that considers the whole person – body, mind, spirit, and emotions – in the quest for optimal health and wellness.” (WebMD) Every person is unique and requires different activities to achieve this balance. Some require time outdoors while others…

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Pet-Friendly Guide to Clarksville

When we say Clarksville is a family-friendly destination, that includes your four-legged kiddos. There is certainly no shortage of pet-friendly activities, outdoor dining venues, or places for everyone to lay their head at night. Click here for the full selection of our pet-friendly hotels and read…

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Antiquing Around the City

Whether you are a seasoned antique connoisseur or have just recently discovered your love for the ‘grandmillennial’ aesthetic, Clarksville needs to be on your must-visit list. With over 125,000 collective square feet of high-end antiques and vintage collectibles at more than a dozen shops and…

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The Clarksville Brunch Guide

Brunch (noun): a crossover between breakfast and lunch; may be enjoyed as a celebration or simply because you didn’t make it out in time for chick-n-minis at Chick-Fil-A; best served with a mimosa, smoothie or fresh cold-pressed juice Whether you are wanting to fuel up for a long day of adventures…

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The O-Fish-al Guide to Clarksville's Waterways

Did you know that the Cumberland and Tennessee River Basins are the most biologically diverse river systems in North America? With over 650 miles of navigable waterways, Clarksville’s rivers and nearby lakes are full of record-breaking fish from bass and bluegill to catfish and crappie. Field and…

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