Visit Clarksville is proud to host its third annual Welcome Home Veterans Celebration September 13-17, 2017. Multiple activities will be happening during the five-day period to celebrate and honor veterans, with an emphasis on Vietnam veterans.more»
State travel data for 2016, announced today, shows tourism spending in Montgomery County increased to $211 million, up 3.0 percent, or $6 million, over the prior year.more»
Clarksville, TN – Whether you’ve lived in the Clarksville area for most of your life, or you relatively new to the area, you might be surprised to learn about some of the more famous Americans who have connections to the community.more»
Clarksville, TN – Visit Clarksville welcomed two major events this weekend that, combined, pumped over $3.2 million into the local economy.
The Tennessee Middle School Athletic Association (TMSAA) Track & Field State Championships brought some 2,520 visitors, including 600 athletes, who competed at Austin Peay State University’s Fortera Stadium for top medals in discus throw, high jump, long jump, shot put along with multiple track events.more»
CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. – A statue of actor Frank “Sgt. Carter” Sutton, who was born and raised in Clarksville, was dedicated Wednesday on Franklin Street in Downtown Clarksville.more»
Clarksville, TN – On the heels of announcing that the city will host the 2017 Toyota East West All-Star Classic, Visit Clarksville officials have landed another state-wide football event for 2017. The Tennessee Future Stars will host their annual Tennessee-Kentucky games for seventh and eighth graders in Clarksville on June 17 at Austin Peay State University’s Fortera Stadium.more»
A total eclipse will happen on Aug. 21, and several cities in the Midstate are in its path. That includes Clarksville, where Austin Peay State University will work with NASA scientists.more»