Quality of Life
Clarksville-Montgomery County is a community where you can live, work, and play. Leisure time is enjoyed by all, young and old. Middle Tennessee is fortunate to have four distinct seasons each year. Our mild weather and climate allow for a variety of outdoor events all year long. Hunting, fishing, cycling, running, and outdoor sports all have official organization tournaments in Clarksville.
The Cumberland RiverWalk provides loads of fun for families. Kite flying, frisbee throwing, fishing, running, boating and walking are just some of the activities you will see when you visit this city treasure. Austin Peay State University as well as Fort Campbell play a vital role in providing leisurely activities for the community through sporting events, community concerts and annual celebrations. Land Between the Lakes national recreation area is 40 miles to the west of Clarksville.
Clarksville-Montgomery County boasts 25 parks with 644 acres total, 5 public swimming pools, 6 golf courses, 9 tennis courts, 2 movie theaters and 3 community centers. For more information see the Clarksville Parks & Recreation website.