On your next trip to Clarksville, make sure to consider employing our Clarksville car hire services as your main means of transportation through the city. The city was founded back in 1784 and it’s one of the South’s most historic cities, a history which can be seen through its many memorable attractions and unique historic architecture.
The city isn’t large enough to warrant its own airport, plus it is within a fort minute drive from the Nashville Airport, so you can easily reach the city by car. Once in the city you can then employ our Clarksville car rental services so that you’ll have a car at your disposal to zip around the town with.
Clarksville is the state’s oldest incorporated city, and its community celebrates the heritage of the Cumberland River and its rich tobacco trade.
The historic downtown area is populated with restored brick sidewalks and intersections, as well as period lighting, benches and planters.
The Cumberland RiverWalk is truly a site to behold. It’s a fifteen acre park which features permanent historical displays in its RiverCenter. The park also has a playground, performance stages, picnic areas as well as an amphitheater and a pedestrian over-walk to the historic downtown. The park hosts several events throughout the year, in the summer it’s Riverfest while during the winter it’s the Christmas on the Cumberland.
Historic Collinsville is a restored pioneer settlement which features buildings which date from 1830 to 1870. The grounds include picnic areas as well as walking trails and there are several scheduled special events which take place throughout the day.
The Beachaven Winery is an interesting place to visit as there are free tours and tastings offered here, the winery being known for producing award wining wines and champagnes. It’s a great place to visit for a glimpse into the art of wine making.
These are of course only a few of the things that you can see and do while in Clarksville, so make sure to employ our Clarksville car hire services in order to better explore the city and its surroundings.