Whether your Clarksville apartment is primarily adult-only or always kid-friendly, you'll find something fun for anyone and everyone in Clarksville.
With 22 parks, three community centers and the Uplands Trail all within the Clarksville Parks and Recreation Department, it should be easy to find plenty of recreational activities close to apartments in Clarksville. You can play (or watch others play) soccer, baseball or softball on one of the many fields in Heritage Park. The Crow Community Center offers after school programs for children, and the Concerts and Arts in the Park event showcases the talents of youth singers, dancers, musicians and more.
If you rent a downtown apartment in Clarksville, you can enjoy free music, dancing, eating and shopping outdoors from May through October along Strawberry Alley. On Saturdays during warmer months, you can stock the refrigerator in your new apartment with produce from the Clarksville's Downtown Market.
Really, no matter what part of Clarksville your apartment is in, you won't be far from community events and attractions. In the summer, join in the fun during the family-friendly Riverfest or head to Heritage Park Soccer Complex for Movies in the Park. If live performances are more your thing, mark your calendar for the annual Theatre in the Park, which is usually held in the fall.
Even if your apartment in Clarksville has a community pool, and especially if it doesn't, you might want to check out the handful of public pools in the community that offer economical daily passes and swimming lessons for all ages, as well as 100-foot water slides at two of the pools in town. When all of that swimming gets you into great shape, enter the 5K Annual Queen City Road Race. If you're not quite ready for the 5 kilometers, you can still have a blast running one of the 1-Mile Fun Runs.
When you move to Clarksville, you won't have any trouble finding ways to stay fit and trim or relax and unwind. Search the best Clarksville apartments today on ApartmentGuide.com.