A lovely little theatre with wonderful live performances. The shows I've seen here have been first rate, even though on a tiny stage in an intimate setting. "Of Mice and Men" was wonderfully poignant, and the recent "Forever Plaid" made creative use of their space while giving one of the best performances I've seen in a while. I love regional...more
Built in 1898, the building was formerly the customs house and post office. The architecture of the building is wonderful. They say it's one of the most photographed buildings in TN. There are many hands on exhibits for the kids, and an 1846 log cabin that has been reassembled in the building. Top notch gift shop contains excellent examples of TN...more
Best Value in town! I called around and there rates beat all other hotels. There rooms are clean and...more
Was a horrible stay. I stayed in June and was rented a room that blew hot air. I told the desk clerk...more
251 Holiday Drive, Clarksville, Tennessee, 37040, United States
Satisfaction: Very Good
Good for: Families
8/11/12 - well, we went to see a play at the Roxy and planned to eat at the Front Page, but it is completely emptied and has a "For Lease" sign out front. Add it to to the list of "Ain't Dere No More..."This is a nice, casual place to grab a bite before crossing the street to see a play at the Roxy. Part sports-bar (see the sports memorabilia on...more
The Blackhorse is Clarksville's brewery and "gourmet" pizza place. There are several types of pizza, some more exotic than others, and several flavors of beer, even vanilla. The lighting is somewhat dark, but I suppose that's intentional; it is, afterall, a popular spot for dates and such.It's in the downtown historic district, just down the street...more
Johnny's is the classic burger joint. It has great, greasy burgers, perfectly cooked french fries, and tons of other options that are always cooked to perfection. It's packed for a reason; the food is ALWAYS good.Be frugal with the soda...there aren't free refills. Johnny's signature item, something I haven't found anywhere else...the honeybun and...more
The food is superb every time. Whether it's chicken, steak, shrimp, or scallops, it's always perfectly flavored and delicious. The premeal soup and salad is just enough to get the stomach ready for the treat to come.My mouth is watering just writing this tip. The best dish to order is the Samurai meal. Enough steak and chicken to make the stomach...more
By personal auto is the best way to get around. There is a fairly good city bus system that will take you to the main areas. Taxi cabs are pricey and VERY SLOW to arrive (you could be waiting an hour!!). Also, they do not use meters and will rip you off. I was quoted a rate of $16 to go 2 miles.
A delightful shop near Exit 1 of I-24. Offers tastings and wine related gifts.
May-Sept, Mon.-Sat., 9am-7pm,
Oct.-Apr., Mon-Sat, 9am-5pm,
What to buy: The special label bottles honoring the military units at Ft. Campbell.
What to pay: $10 and up.
To honor one of America's most outstanding Olympic athletes and her legacy, a bronze statue of Clarksville native Wilma Rudolph was hand-crafted in her likeness. The statue can be viewed at the southern end of the Cumberland RiverWalk at the base of the Pedestrian Overpass.
Statue made by local artist Howard Brown.
There are 2 U-haul places in Clarksville. From experience I will ONLY use the one at 2030 Ft Campbell Blvd. It's located at the Transmission Tyme shop on the west side of the road. The owner is polite, professional and plain-ole NICE. Can't say that about the other location.more
Well clarksville is full of wreckless drivers and drunk drivers... just becarefulll while dring and this goes for everywhere.. me and my husband almost got hit head on by a car on our side of the rd comeing towards us as we was going towards paduacha i am carrying a child in side me my 1st at that and just started a life here with my husband and i...more
Be careful; Clarksville drivers - especially on the North side of town - are 99% colorblind. Red lights are nearly inconsequential. If it has just turned red, someone will probably be coming through at any moment.Just make sure that you pause, look both ways, pause again, look again, and then go. Otherwise, you might end up getting T-Boned.more
Ft. Campbell has a nice riding stables that is open to the public on the weekends. Riding is $10 an hour. There are NO guided tours, you take your horse out on your own over endless wooded trails. Don't worry about getting lost... if you get turned around your horse will take you back (as he wants to get back to the food!).Biggest thing is to be...more
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Clarksville is the proud home of Austin Peay State University. Whether you like basketball, soccer, baseball, or football, APSU has a game for you to watch. The basketball is almost always good, and the rivalry with Murray State makes for some heated games. The baseball, while not getting nearly as much recognition, is a powerhouse in the OVC year...more