Olympic athletes, trailblazers, legendary champions, native daughters, overcomers, game changers. All fitting titles for Pat Head Summitt and Wilma Rudolph, who now stand in bronze anchoring Liberty Park in their Clarksville, Tenn. hometown.more»
Planning the perfect day in Clarksville just got much easier! We’re excited to unveil the Build Your Trip Guide on our website with integrated mobile apps, an interactive way to map out everything you don’t want to miss in Clarksville.more»
Clarksville is a community that appreciates veterans. The city borders the Fort Campbell Army Post, so appreciating military service is simply the way of life for both residents and businesses. Beyond the ingrained respect that happens daily, this community publicly shows its support annually with a five-day Welcome Home Veterans Celebration.more»
If you’re thinking about registering for Clarksville’s first gaming convention, F2 Con, don’t wait, event organizers say.
Clarksville's long-term initiative of a conference center took a step toward reality this week with private real estate developer Stoney Creek Hospitality.more»
Visit Clarksville, CDE Lightband and Clarksville Parks and Recreation will host Clarksville’s first gaming and esports convention, F2 Con, Friday and Saturday, April 27-28 at the Wilma Rudolph Event Center.
Clarksville unveiled its 21st public art piece this month. Twelve of the pieces – at least – are in a proximity that’s easily walkable within the city’s downtown core.
Clarksville hosted 100 tourism and hospitality leaders from across the state on February 7-8 at the Tennessee Hospitality and Tourism Association (TnHTA) Blizzard, held at Riverview Inn.more»