Arts & Entertainment
Clarksville offers a variety of options when it comes to the cultural arts. Austin Peay State University’s Center for the Creative Arts was established in 1985. The center hosts a variety of musical and dance productions, recitals, concerts, theatrical performances, literary readings and art exhibitions. The Roxy Regional Theater in historic downtown is the oldest professional theater in the area. Stones Manor homeowners will enjoy taking in the local culture of Clarksville and learn about the history here.
Stones Manor is so close to Nashville where professional sports teams like the Tennessee Titans and the Nashville Predators entertain sports fans while the Tennessee Performing Arts Center and Schermerhorn Symphony Center offer world-class shows and concerts. As the country music capital, Nashville is home to some of the best musicians and concert venues in the world. Shows at the Grand Ole Opry, the Sommet Center and in smaller more intimate venues like the famous Ryman Auditorium, Bluebird Café, Tootsies and the Station Inn always make for a memorable evening. A fun weekend or evening out is just minutes away form your Stones Manor home.
Clarksville is home to 644-acres of public parks including Heritage Park, one of the state’s top soccer parks. Dunbar Cave State Park offers hiking, fishing, photography and the opportunity to explore a multitude of caves. Beachaven Vineyards and Winery is a popular destination and offers weekend musical entertainment May through October.
The Cumberland River is popular for water-skiing, jet skiing, fishing and boating while the Cumberland River Walk offers a scenic stroll alongside the river. The much anticipated Clarksville Marina will open on the riverfront in 2010. The Marina District will be a mixed use facility offering drystack storage, transient and permanent slips, restaurants, shopping, condos, hiking trails and biking trails. Area golf courses make for a great day out on the links and challenge even the most experienced golfer.