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There are many things you can do to help your home stand out to buyers this spring. Here are the three most important.

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Over the last few weeks, we’ve had a lot of past clients reaching out to us wondering what they can do to get their homes ready to sell this spring. Here are a few quick tips to help you do just that:

1. Enhance your curb appeal. Make your home look great from the outside. Make sure your lawn is freshly mowed, trees and shrubs are trimmed, and flowerbeds are deweeded and mulched. If there is any peeling paint, we recommend putting a fresh coat on.

Give your home a familiar scent…

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Whether or not you are a history buff, Fort Defiance Civil War Park & Interpretive Center is definitely an enjoyable place to go. This four-acre park features amazingly well-preserved earthworks fort, powder magazine and gun platforms, and peaceful walking trails around the earthworks of the original fort. There are also some trails meandering along the ridge to view the serene river with a lovely overlook of the downtown Clarksville.

The 1,500-square-foot Interpretive Center highlights exhibits about the life at the fort and the surrounding area during the Civil War era. It also presents a short film on local Civil war history, earthworks, overlooks and cannons on the grounds.

History

  • Fort Defiance was originally occupied by American Indians.…
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The Clarksville Greenway is a 4.6-mile, 10-foot wide beautiful walking, biking and hiking trail located on the outskirts of north Clarksville, TN. It follows an abandoned rail bend and stretches along a creek through a scenic shade of large trees. Clarksville’s “Rails to Trails” initiative aims to transform abandoned railroad lines and river corridors into walking and biking trails. The Clarksville Greenway is already gaining recognition for environmental stewardship and is loved by both locals and citizens outside Tennessee.

The Clarksville Greenway is a wonderful place for families or individuals who love to stroll, run, hike, wander or walk their dogs through a picturesque natural area. It also offers an alternative transportation from the downtown…

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Do you love live theater plays or would like to experience one? If you are looking for some reasonably priced fun for your family or friends, the Roxy Regional Theatre is a perfect place to go. The Roxy Regional Theatre is an award-winning theater and is one of Tennessee’s top tourist destinations. It is standing on a corner of the Public Square, located in the historic downtown part of Clarksville. It is the oldest live theater and the only professional theater in Clarksville, loved by locals and tourists alike.

For over 30 years, the Roxy Regional Theatre has been bringing live theater depicting modern dramas, popular musicals, classic plays and Shakespearean classics. The Roxy also stages class projects by the students of the Roxy School of Arts,…

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Have you ever wished you could go back in time and see the way people lived in the past? Well, we cannot physically go back in time or travel all around the world to know more about our history, culture, arts and nature. Thankfully, we have great places to visit like the Customs House Museum and Cultural Center.

The Customs House Museum and Cultural Center is the second largest general museum in Clarksville, Tennessee. It is located at 200 South Second St., corner of Second and Commerce Streets. The entire city block measuring 35,000 square feet, highlights large gallery spaces showcasing fine art, science, history and spaces for children. It is the most photographed building in the area. The museum is in a magnificent, large distinctive Victorian 1898…

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McGregor Park in the City of Clarksville, Tennessee is one of the best places to go for recreational activities and a great outdoor experience. It is located at 640 Riverside Drive, developed on the bank of Cumberland River and extends 2 miles along it. It is a family-friendly recreational area with smooth surface throughout, which is conducive for children, people with disabilities and wheelchair users.

Throughout the year with its amphitheater, stages and a beautiful, lighted riverfront promenade, the McGregor Park is home to many festivals, concerts and community events such as RiverFest, Christmas on the Cumberland, and Fourth of July celebration.

Facilities

  • 15.0-Acre Park
  • 1-Mile Walking Trail
  • Picnic Areas
  • ADA Accessible…
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The Sabalauski Air Assault School (TSAAS) is located at Fort Campbell, Kentucky, home to the Screaming Eagles, the 101st Airborne Division (AASLT) and is the original military installation to offer Air Assault training. Air Assault is a combat insertion unit using helicopters to carry and insert soldiers into battle, provide close air aid, resupply operations and give medical evacuation.

Sabalauski Air Assault School trains soldiers assigned to the 101st Airborne Division, FORSCOM service members and other units in the army. It provides a 10-day fast paced, physically and mentally demanding training. It started with two teams four years ago and now has four teams, developing over 3,000 soldiers every year (around 1,000 soldiers on the school ground…

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The Liberty Park in Clarksville, TN (formerly Fairgrounds Park) is a remarkable attraction and a great achievement for the City of Clarksville. The Liberty Park is a family-friendly recreational area featuring boating activities, family restaurants and facilities for cultural events, parties and other entertainment and outdoor activities. It is located at 1188 Cumberland Drive, encompassing 130 acres along the Cumberland River.

One of the great attractions at Liberty Park is the Clarksville Marina at 1190 Cumberland Drive. The development of the Clarksville Marina has been planned since 1976 and in summer of 2009, the actual digging of the marina basin started.

Liberty Park Facilities

For boating/fishing activities:

  • Clarksville Marina
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Fort Campbell Army Post, a World Class Community, is home to the 101st Airborne Division Air Assault - the Screaming Eagles, as well as to the 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment, the 5th Special Forces Group and the 31st Military Police Detachment. It is sitting on Kentucky-Tennessee border, at Exit 86 on I-24, located between the towns of Clarksville, TN and Hopkinsville, KY. Fort Campbell is about 50 miles from Nashville and just 45 minutes away from Nashville International Airport.

Population

Fort Campbell is one of the largest military installations in the world with a total size of 105,068 acres. With the total population of 13,685, it holds the 5th largest military population in the Army and the 7th largest in the Department of…

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Dunbar Cave State Park is a 110-acre natural area and is one of Clarksville, Tennessee’s most picturesque attractions. It is located 60 minutes northwest of Nashville and about 1.5 miles northeast of downtown Clarksville. Dunbar Cave, measuring over 8 miles in length, is the most prominent and one of the largest caves in Montgomery county, making the city of Clarksville one of middle Tennessee’s best-kept secrets.

What's Interesting About Dunbar Cave State Park

Great Scenery

The day-use state park is much loved by both locals and tourists alike for walks along the serene trails and views of the manmade Swan Lake. Although the lake is not allowed for boating and swimming since it’s only 15-acres, people are still attracted to the relaxing and…

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