First Presbyterian Church Manse (Farris Apartments) is a historic church manse at 305 Main Street in Clarksville, Tennessee.
Trinity Episcopal Church is a historic church at 317 Franklin Street in Clarksville, Tennessee. The church and its rectory are listed on the National Register of Historic Places as Trinity Church and Rectory.
Clarksville–Montgomery County Regional Airport (IATA: CKV, ICAO: KCKV, FAA LID: CKV) (John F. Outlaw Field) or simply Outlaw Field, is seven miles northwest of Clarksville, in Montgomery County, Tennessee. It is owned by the city of Clarksville and Montgomery County and is near Fort Campbell.
Whitehall or White Hall is a house in Clarksville, Tennessee, that was built circa 1839. It housed a girls' school in the late 1840s. Now a private residence, it was listed on the National Register of Historic Places on January 31, 1978.
Catholic Church and Rectory, formally The Immaculate Conception Church, is a historic Roman Catholic church at 716 Franklin Street in Clarksville, Tennessee.
Clarksville is the county seat of Montgomery County, Tennessee, United States. It is the fifth-largest city in the state behind Nashville, Memphis, Knoxville, and Chattanooga. The city had a population of 132,929 at the 2010 census, and an estimated population of 153,205 in 2017.
The Roxy Theatre is a theatre located in the historic downtown section of Clarksville, Tennessee in the United States. Standing on a corner of the Public Square it offers live theater shows to the public offering a wide variety of selection in the spirit of literary theater. The Roxy was built in 1947 after the 1913 Lilian Theater burned down in 1945.
St. Peter African Methodist Church is a historic church at 518 Franklin Street in Clarksville, Tennessee, United States. The Gothic Revival church building was constructed in 1873 and added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1982.
Kenwood High School is a high school located in Clarksville, Tennessee. It is part of the Clarksville-Montgomery County School System. It is home to the city's largest sports park, and the stadium is the largest high school/middle school stadium. Within this park are 7 soccer fields. These fields are used by many of the high and middle schools in the county for practice and elementary school games.
Clarksville High School is a public high school located in Clarksville in Montgomery County, Tennessee. It is part of the Clarksville-Montgomery County School System. The original building was built in 1906 but the school moved to the current building in 1968. The attendance is 1,432 as of the 2015-16 school year. Its mascot is Wiley the Wildcat. The School colors are Purple and Gold, and the sports teams wear Purple and Black. Athletics are part of the TSSAA. The School meets expectations for the Standardized Tests and ACT's.
Clarksville Methodist Church is a historic church building at 334 Main Street in Clarksville, Tennessee. Currently, the building isn't used as a church.
Austin Peay State University () is a public university in Clarksville, Tennessee. Standing on a site occupied by a succession of Tennessean educational institutions since 1845, the precursor of the university was established in 1927 and named for then-sitting Governor Austin Peay, who is further honored with "Governors", the name of the university's athletic teams. Affiliated with the Tennessee Board of Regents, it is now governed by the Austin Peay State University Board of Trustees as of May 2017. The university is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) and, in 2012, was the fastest-growing university in Tennessee. In 2019, Austin Peay officially hit 11,000 students enrolled.
The Winfield Dunn Center (officially the Winfield Dunn Health and Physical Education Building and Convocation Complex) is a 132,000-square-foot (12,300 m2) facility, located on the main campus of Austin Peay State University in Clarksville, Tennessee. Construction began on the (then) $5.3 million facility in 1973, and the building opened in 1975. It is home to the Governors men's basketball team and the Lady Govs women's basketball and volleyball teams and is an indoor practice facility for the baseball, softball, and track and field teams. It also houses the athletics department's weight room and the David P. Roe Academic Services Center which was named for alumnus Phil Roe. The building was named for the governor of Tennessee at the time of its construction.
Saint Bethlehem or St. Bethlehem, also called "St. B" by locals, is an unincorporated community in Montgomery County, Tennessee, located just northeast of downtown Clarksville. St. Bethlehem has been incorporated into Clarksville city limits and is no longer a separate community, although locals still refer to that portion of Clarksville as "St. B". The main U.S. post office for Clarksville is in the St. Bethlehem community on U.S. Route 79 (Wilma Rudolph Bvd.).
First Presbyterian Church is a historic church at 213 Main Street in Clarksville, Tennessee. The congregation is currently affiliated with the Presbyterian Church (USA).
Governor's Square Mall is an enclosed shopping mall in Clarksville, Tennessee. It is anchored by JCPenney, Belk, Dillard's, Sears, Dick's Sporting Goods, Ross Dress For Less, and Old Navy.