Value Place Clarksville, TN, is conveniently located off of I-24 and Hwy 79 (exit 4). Nicknamed “Gateway to the New South,” Clarksville straddles the Tennessee/Kentucky border and is close to an hour northwest ofNashville. This property is also in close proximity to Ft. Campbell, which is a U.S. Army base home to the101st Airborne Division and the 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment. This area is considered to be a mix of both metropolitan with a bit of small town charm.
This city has quite a rich heritage; after all, the city was formally established in 1784. The most popular attractions or “must-sees” in Clarksville include Austin Peay State University, Dunbar Cave and Port Royal Natural Areas, Historic Collinsville, Fort Defiance, the Customs House Museum, and the Roxy Theatre. As you can tell, it has quite the diverse range of recreation, arts, and culture””providing options for outdoorsmen, history buffs, and lovers of the arts.
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