Military Relocation Services for the Clarksville, TN, Area
When you are looking for a town in Tennessee that offers plenty of things to do while not being too large, check out the town of Clarksville TN. Made famous by "The Monkees" singing group in the 1960s, the town was originally settled in 1785 and incorporated in 1808. Located along the northern border of Tennessee, the town has a population of 132,929 as of the 2010 census. the town is easily accessed by highways running north and south as well as east and west. If you are looking for a place that is family-friendly, this is the place for you.
Parks and RecreationWhile you are looking for properties in town, take a look at all the amazing parks and recreation areas as well. The city has a number of local parks including the Sherwood Forest Park with a walking trail, playgrounds, basketball courts and plenty of room to relax as well as the Bel Aire Pool and Park with a 50 meter swimming pool, 2 soccer fields, picnic tables and more. The Crow Community Center offers residents several activities including an indoor basketball court, pool tables, fitness room and even martial arts classes.
Activities and AttractionsAs you are checking out the homes in the area, also take a look at the local activities and attractions that are available. There are several local golf courses as well as the Fort Defiance Civil War Park and Interpretive Center, the downtown farmers market, local swimming pools and city sponsored athletic events, the marina and several other activities. There is also the local Foosball Tournament, the Riverfest Regatta, the Juried Art Show and the 52 hour film festival where young filmmakers will have just 52 hours to write a script, shoot the video and produce a movie to be shown at the Riverfest event.
EventsIf you still want more events to check out in your new hometown, you can check out the Riverbluff Triathalon, take part in a Zumbathon Party, see a Norman Rockwell exhibit or any number of events. There is also Yoga Classes, live theatre performances, a model railroad club, the local garden club, concerts in the park and several local festivals that include local artists, craft shows, Oktoberfest, a Tennessee Old-Time Fiddlers' Championship, a Civil War recruitment day and plenty more to keep you busy. This is a town where families can thrive and grow.
When you have made the decision to purchase real estate in Clarksville, contact Mary McCooley. She knows the local market and can help you find just the right home for your family.