Noah Curry
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Noah Curry

Noah Curry is the content developer for Visit Clarksville. From the East coast to the West and from the North to the South, Noah has visited 30 different states and has lived in three different countries. He recently graduated from Union University and enjoys photographing the glorious views of Clarksville.

Cheap Eats to Immerse Yourself in Clarksville's Culture

Food is such an integral part of so many cultures. The culture of the American South is very much defined by food and the experiences of sharing meals with loved ones. Enjoying local meals when you travel is one way to immerse yourself in local culture. Clarksville’s diversity, thanks largely to…

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Spend a Day Outdoors

Rivers, caves, trails and bluffs -- options for outdoor adventure in Clarksville are unlimited. Bcycle If this is your first time visiting, or even if it’s not, and you want to take your time and learn your way around downtown Clarksville, then taking one of our BCycle’s for rent is the perfect…

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Why Clarksville is a Prime Spring Break Destination

What better way to spend spring break than with some free activities that are fun for the whole family! While here be sure to share your favorite discoveries by tagging us in your InstaGram or Twitter photos with #visitclarksvilletn. Downtown Commons Downtown Commons is a full-block urban park and…

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5 Photogenic Clarksville Christmas Scenes

Make your way to downtown Clarksville for a festive Christmas experience; full of lights, entertainment and delicious food. Many of the local restaurants and stores are decked out with Christmas trees, lights and garland this time of year. Once the sun sets, the Christmas lights turn on. Up and down…

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Connect With the Past: Two Historic Cemeteries

It may be morbid, or it may be Halloween, but there is something about visiting a graveyard that arouses intrigue and imagination. There are two historic cemeteries in Clarksville that date back to the very beginning, when Clarksville was nothing but a small settlement. Riverview Cemetery Riverview…

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Q&A: The Local Brew Scene

Evill Nash Brewery Q & A What made you decide to start a brewery? As a child I wanted to be a chef, and a business owner. I realized that I wasn’t going to be able to afford culinary school, so that dream was put on the back burner. In 2010 I was given the opportunity to brew and learn the craft…

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Explore These Pumpkin Patches for Fall Fun

Boyd’s Farm Open since 1984, visiting Boyd’s has become an annual tradition for many locals. Boyd’s Farm is always buzzing with people picking the perfect pumpkin for the perfect price-only 25 cents per pound! Not only do they have pumpkins, but they have Indian corn, gourds, and winter squashes…

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Fall into the Halloween Spirit

Get in the Halloween spirit with several spooky traditions. Ranging from Harvest Fest at Collinsville to spooky shows at the Roxy your bases are covered. 1. Zombie Paintball, September 27-November 2 A fun spooky event for all ages, Clarksville Zombie Hunters has five different zombie hunting…

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