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What you should know about Clarksville

An area rich in history, Clarksville is the perfect getaway for those seeking a relaxed vacation within a stone’s throw of Louisville and its many attractions. Founded in 1783, it’s one of the oldest towns in the Northwest Territory, but you’ll find there’s an incredible past to the area that stretches back millions of years. Add to this the more contemporary side of Clarksville, such as its modern malls and restaurants, and you have a neighborhood that effortlessly blends old and new for a truly remarkable experience.

Hotels in Clarksville

There’s an excellent choice of hotels in Clarksville to choose from when planning your trip. You’ll find the hotels here are generally located in two areas alongside I-65. In the southern part of the neighborhood, around Eastern Blvd, you’ll find many of the discount hotels in Clarksville—such as the Days Inn and Suites, which presents an ideal location and good value for money. If you look further north on I-65 you’ll discover additional budget hotels as well as some mid-range offerings. Hampton Inn Louisville North/Clarksville is located here, and includes great amenities like an outdoor pool and fitness center.

Things to see in Clarksville

Perhaps the most fascinating attraction in Clarksville is the Falls in Ohio State Park. Although you won’t find a waterfall here, you can discover one of the world’s largest exposed fossil beds, providing hours of fun as you search for signs of Earth’s prehistoric past. As well as hunting for fossils in the limestone, you can visit the Interpretive Center, which includes exhibitions and educational movies. If all that fossil hunting makes you hungry then take a short walk along the river, where you’ll discover the mouth-watering delights of The Widow’s Walk Ice Creamery. Here you can savor one of the many ice creams, shakes, and sundaes on offer while enjoying the magnificent view of the Louisville skyline across the water. Those with an eye for a bargain should certainly pay a visit to the Clarksville Peddler’s Mall. Here you’ll find dozens of independent vendors selling everything from antiques to vintage clothing.

Good for families

As well as the family-friendly hotels in Clarksville, the attractions here make it perfect for those visiting with children. Parents will enjoy the historical aspects and kids will love the range of activities on offer, including the Atlantis Water Park that provides endless fun (especially during the hot summer months). Those who want to see the attractions of Louisville on a budget will also love this neighborhood. It’s only a short trip across the Ohio River, and the cheaper hotel rates in Clarksville will leave you with extra cash to spend during your vacation.

How to get to Clarksville

Arriving by car is perhaps the simplest way to reach Clarksville, as Interstate-65 runs straight through the neighborhood. It’s only a 10-minute drive south to Louisville, or you can reach Indianapolis to the north in less than 2 hours. If you’re arriving from further afield, then Louisville International Airport is just 15 minutes away by car. From here you can reach many major cities, such as Chicago, in less than 2 hours. There are also options for those travelling to Clarksville via Louisville with public transport, such as the number 72 bus that travels through the main areas of the neighborhood.