Michelle Dickerson
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Michelle Dickerson

Michelle Dickerson is the Visit Clarksville media and marketing director. She loves sharing stories about Clarksville's places, history and people, and showing the world its beauty. When she's not working you'll find her on the nation's backroads -- usually ending at a mountain or quaint town, tending her flower gardens, or relaxing with her boxer in her lap and a well-written book in her hands.

Plan a Patriotic 4th of July Weekend in Clarksville

Where better to celebrate the 4 th of July weekend than in one of the South’s most patriotic cities? As home to Fort Campbell and the 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault), as well as other special forces units, Clarksville, Tennessee pulls out all the stops to celebrate our nation’s independence…

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What's Playing in Clarksville This Summer

Summer and live music is a pairing that goes together like peanut butter and jelly...at least here in Clarksville! From May through October on most weekends music lovers can find an outdoor venue showcasing a genre of tunes. Being only 40 minutes from Nashville certainly doesn't hurt our depth of…

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Explore More with These 5 Day Trips from Clarksville

Planning a getaway to Clarksville? Wonderful! Many new visitors are often surprised by how much there is to experience in this mid-size Tennessee city. What’s even more amazing is how much there is to do within a short drive in any direction. Add another day or two to your trip and leave the big…

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Clarksville's Best Burgers

What is it about summer that makes a burger taste better? (Has anyone else noticed this?) Granted, quality beef cooked to your liking embellished with your favorite topping on a fresh bun is a good meal anytime. Add a patio setting, warm weather, some friends and great fries and you've created an…

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Cheers to a Tasty Trip

Clarksville, Tennessee’s craft beverage scene is exploding. In recent years, seven breweries, a wine bar, tap house, meadery and distillery joined the city’s single brewery and winery. With new openings and expansions happening as recently as this month, the craft trend doesn’t appear to be slowing…

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Historic Collinsville Opens April 1

Historic Collinsville Pioneer Settlement in rural Montgomery County opens its 2022 season this weekend, April 1-3, 2022. This 40-acre open-air property showcases pioneer life from 1840-1900 with 16 authentically furnished buildings. Guests can discover pioneer life in this beautiful and peaceful…

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7 Clarksville Women Who Changed History

Clarksville, Tenn. is home to many impressive women. Athletics, medicine, business and the arts are all different fields with opportunities today because of the contributions of these seven Clarksville trailblazers. You’ll likely recognize some names, but you may not know others. Below are a few who…

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Last Minute Spring Break Ideas

Are you thinking about a Spring Break trip this year? Staying close to home instead? Whether you’re getting away or just getting out, you’ll find plenty of fun things to do in Clarksville that don’t require a lot of planning. If you’re up for a road trip, Clarksville is an ideal location along I-24…

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