5 Scenic Places to Experience the Best Fall Color

Autumn. The very word evokes aromas and flavors unique to the season. It also brings to mind images of colorful views or drives you've experienced or are anticipating. While we can't look forward to tailgating, bonfires, Oktoberfests, craft fairs or "normal" fall activities in this pandemic year, we…

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Outdoor Journeys & Winter Fare

From forested trails, to urban adventures, and wintry brews, Clarksville in the wintertime offers fun family journeys and cozy places to settle in for local brews and fare. Get the best of nature, history, and events at our local parks. Clarksville is home to two Tennessee State Parks, Dunbar…

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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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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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12 Inspiring Reasons to Visit Clarksville This Fall

From a hip, event-filled downtown to relaxing country drives framed by extravagant fall color, Clarksville, Tenn. is a favorite Mid-South fall getaway. These festivals, events and scenic spots may inspire you to plan a trip to this thriving river city. 1. RiverFest, September 5-7. This three-day…

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8 More Fun Free Family Activities

Who doesn’t love free?! Our May post about “9 Fun Free Family Activities” has been so popular, we’ve added 8 more ideas! Whether you’re looking for an affordable destination that will guarantee fun for the whole family, some day-trip or weekend getaway ideas, or even some activities to get the kids…

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Rediscover the Magic of Christmas

A serene holiday glow warms many U.S. cities between Thanksgiving and the New Year, but Clarksville truly sparkles as millions of lights adorn the city’s Cumberland RiverWalk and downtown city center. Rediscover the magic of Christmas at these family-friendly events. Kicking off the holiday season…

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8 Spooky Halloween Traditions

Looking for a few slightly spooky things to do to put you in the Halloween spirit? Here are 8 Clarksville traditions that will make your holiday, maybe even you entire fall, extra special. Wickham Statues Not until his later years did area farmer E. T. “Tanner” Wickham begin to create concrete…

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