A visit to Tennessee’s fifth-largest city brings all the charm and hospitality one would expect from a quintessential southern city. This off-the-beaten-path but easily accessible community is 40 minutes northwest of Nashville along I-24.

What can you expect on a group trip? Besides welcoming hospitality and superior customer service, you’ll enjoy scenic drives, a major waterway, historic attractions, stunning architecture, a lively performing & visual arts community, palate-pleasing local eateries, boutiques and antiques, art galleries, a winery, distilleries, craft breweries, and custom-created special events. These are a few of the amenities and qualities that attract groups from all over the county to Clarksville again and again. 

Let’s get started planning your visit.

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Angie Brady Executive Director

As the new kid on the block, moving to Tennessee from North Carolina, the first time Angie stepped foot in Clarksville was when she was invited to interview for the executive director position. She may be new to Clarksville, but she is no stranger to tourism, hospitality, and the destination marketing world! Visit Clarksville will serve as the fifth DMO that Angie has worked with. She fell into tourism when her college advisor recommended that she take an Intro to Leisure class to boost her GPA so she could get into the School of Communication at NC State University. After that intro class, she changed her major to Parks, Recreation, and Tourism Management. Angie is the fur mom to a 4.7 lb, seven-year-old Shih Tzu named HoneyBea. She also loves Hot Yoga. She prefers sandcastles to snowmen. Begrudgingly rides her Peloton that goes nowhere. Loves to travel to tropical islands. Is a self-professed donut connoisseur. Angie is an enneagram 1 and truly a Taurus!