Dixon Park

117 South 10th Street, Clarksville, TN 37040


Dixon Park is named for Nace and Nannie Dixon, who owned and operated an African-American funeral home in the early 20th century. Nace was an alderman in Clarksville's ninth ward which was predominantly made up of African-American voters. He worked to eliminate saloons in the city. The Dixons owned property connected to the park.

Now, Dixon Park is home to a playground, splash pad, and picnic area, all of which is next door to Historic L&N Train Station.

Free Wi-Fi is available for guests in the park. To use the public Wi-Fi service, select the correct network on a Wi-Fi-enabled device. Once selected, users are asked to “login” by agreeing to the terms and conditions of service.