CLARKSVILLE BLOG

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.

Eat Like a Local: Iconic Clarksville Dishes

When exploring a new destination, one of the best ways to immerse yourself in the local culture is by savoring the popular dishes at the community's favorite restaurants. From burgers and beer cheese to honey buns and banana pudding, each bite of these iconic dishes tells a story of Southern…

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Spend a Perfect Fall Weekend in Clarksville

As the crisp breeze of autumn rolls in, Clarksville transforms into a captivating haven for outdoor enthusiasts and leisure seekers alike. Nestled in the heart of Tennessee, this charming town offers an array of exciting things to do during the fall season. With such a mild climate, those visiting…

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The Clarksville Kids Guide to Enjoying Summer

If you've ever traveled with kids, you know how important it is to keep them engaged during your getaway. A blend of fun activities, recreation, creativity, and favorite foods, along with some disguised education, will ensure great memories for the whole family for years to come. Clarksville…

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Clarksville's Ultimate Summer Bucket List

Take a stroll along the creek at Rotary Park. Make your own butter at Historic Collinsville 1800s Pioneer Settlement. Hear live music at Downtown @ Sundown at the Downtown Commons. Sip on a wine slushy at Beachaven Vineyards & Winery. Float the Red River with Float Ya Boat. Grab a cone…

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5 Important Black History Connections

From medicine to education to athletics to music, the contribution of black Clarksvillians to the city's and the nation's history is significant. Throughout the city, you'll easily find evidence that we honor and celebrate these noteworthy accomplishments every day of the year. Historic markers…

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9 Stops for Winter Sips and Spirits

Whether you prefer hot cocoa, artisan coffee, seasonal brews, or craft cocktails, there is something for everyone this season in Clarksville, Tennessee. Coffee, Cocoa & Tea With over 30 local places to grab a coffee or tea, even the most particular visitor will find a special winter drink to enjoy…

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21 Fun Things To Do Under 21

Arts & Culture Franklin Street in Downtown Clarksville Explore Downtown Art | First Thursday Art Walk Channel your inner creativity with Historic Downtown Clarksville’s vibrant art scene. Experience local art at the Downtown Artists Co-op, Customs House Museum and Cultural Center, and DBO Gallery…

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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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