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3075 Wilma Rudolph Boulevard
Clarksville  TN  37040  United States
LAT: 36.594857 LONG: -87.28578
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Telephone: +1 (931) 645-1400 Fax: +1 (931) 472-1002

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Country Inn & Suites by Radisson, Clarksville, TN

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Find the Best Things to Do in Clarksville and Music City

With easy access to I-24, the Country Inn & Suites, Clarksville, TN is a quick drive from local attractions like Old Glory Distilling Co. and Fort Donelson National Battlefield. After visiting a student at nearby Austin Peay State University, hike the trails at Dunbar Cave State Park or search for deals at Governor's Square Mall. Want to explore Nashville’s shops, shows and restaurants? We’re just 45 minutes from the heart of Music City.

Family Fun:

  • Governor's Square Mall (0.5 miles) 
    At Governor’s Square Mall, you can shop brands like JCPenney, PacSun and American Eagle Outfitters before watching a movie at AMC CLASSIC Governor’s Square 10. 
    Phone: +1 (931) 552-0289
  • Dunbar Cave State Park (7 miles) 
    Situated in a 110-acre park, Dunbar Cave is the largest cave in Montgomery County. Go for a hike on the well-kept trails, or explore the shores of Swan Lake.
    Phone: +1 (931) 648-5526
  • McGregor Park Riverwalk (7 miles)
    Stroll or jog along the beautiful Cumberland River at this city park. Visiting in December? The park sparkles with thousands of lights during the Christmas on the Cumberland celebration.
    Phone: +1 (931) 645-7476

Historical Attractions:

  • Smith-Trahern Mansion (7 miles) 
    Built between 1858 and 1859, the Smith-Trahern Mansion is a stunning Greek Revival home overlooking the Cumberland River.
    Phone: +1 (931) 648-9998
  • Customs House Museum & Cultural Center (12 miles) 
    Boasting 35,000 square feet of exhibit space, this center is the state’s second-largest general museum. Take your time admiring the impressive selection of model trains, and look for opportunities to participate in the museum’s hands-on activities.
    Phone: +1 (931) 648-5780
  • Historic Collinsville (12 miles) 
    Historic Collinsville is a living history museum with restored log houses and outbuildings from the mid-1800s. Self-guided tours are available.
    Phone: +1 (931) 216-2911
  • Fort Donelson National Battlefield (15 miles) 
    The site of the first major Union victory in the Civil War, Fort Donelson National Battlefield features remains of the fort and some of the original river batteries.
    Phone: +1 (931) 232-5706

Tours and Tastings:

  • Old Glory Distilling Co. (1.1 miles)
    For small-batch bourbon, white rum, vodka and moonshine, schedule a visit to this popular local producer.
    Phone: +1 (931) 919-2522
  • Tennessee Valley Brewing Company (2.1 miles)
    This craft brewery has something for every beer lover, including options like the Tennessee Golden Ale and the Queen City lager.
    Phone: +1 (931) 320-9192
  • Beachaven Vineyards & Winery (6 miles) 
    Open daily, Beachaven Vineyards & Winery offers free wine tastings and tours of the vineyards. Be sure to visit the website for a list of fun seasonal events. 
    Phone: +1 (931) 645-8867

Additional Points of Interest:

  • Austin Peay State University (6 miles) 
    Tour the beautiful campus of this public university before cheering on the Governors football or basketball teams. 
    Phone: +1 (931) 221-7011
  • Roxy Regional Theatre (6.5 miles) 
    This local theater produces Broadway plays and musicals. You can also get tickets to special events and live performances with local artists.
    Phone: +1 (931) 645-7699