What Clarksville Has To Offer
From the countryside to the riverside, the great outdoors or indoors, visitors to Clarksville have discovered top-quality amenities and natural resources that provide something enjoyable for most everyone. As Tennessee’s oldest incorporated city, the community is steeped in history. Celebrating the heritage of the Cumberland River and its rich tobacco trade, unique downtown architecture and a living-history pioneer settlement are a few ways that Clarksville showcases the significance of its past.
Coupled with the city’s fascinating history is a present-day community that is a progressive, vibrant and culturally diverse. The influence of Austin Peay State University, a regional liberal arts campus, and Fort Campbell, home of the 101st Airborne Division’s Screaming Eagles, is evidenced through performing arts, festivals and events, shopping and dining.
Clarksville Population – 150,287 (2016)
Montgomery County Population – 172,331
48°F F average winter
70.2°F average summer
Average Annual Precipitation: 50.98 inch
Elevation – 509 ft/above sea level
City Area – 95.52 sq. miles
County – Montgomery
Nearby Metropolitan Cities within 56 Miles:
Mount Juliet, TN
La Vergne, TN
Fort Campbell is a United States Army installation located astride the Kentucky-Tennessee border between Hopkinsville, Kentucky and Clarksville, Tennessee. Fort Campbell is home to the 101st Airborne Division and the 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment.