You’ll find much to enjoy when you Visit Clarksville, Tennessee: a beautifully developed Cumberland RiverWalk, Greenway and Blueway, a thriving performing and visual arts community, grand historic architecture, a significant military history from pre-Revolutionary War days forward, tributes to local heroes like Wilma Rudolph and Pat Head Summitt, and…an amazing variety of food from around the globe!
The influence of the Fort Campbell Army Post, Austin Peay State University and international industries like Hankook, LG, Bridgestone and more, gives Clarksville’s food scene a surprisingly global flair. Still, travelers who are looking for a traditional Southern food experience will not leave disappointed – the city is true to its roots with plenty of down-home Southern fare.
As you plan a safe, fun and memorable trip to Clarksville, know that all of our attractions, restaurants, hotels and parks have been taking extra precautions so you can travel safely. Please help us keep Clarksville a safe destination by doing your part to observe recommended guidelines for masks, social distancing and frequent handwashing.