Although the housing is really cheap, you'll have to commute to Nashville (about an hour away) if you really want to do anything fun. There are lots of schools, with one being built every few years. The weather is a bit unpredictable. Fall can be mild to downright hot. Winters are usually mild, and if one does see snow, it's usually in late January to February.Fort Campbell is also basically …
I just moved from clarksville tn, i moved because the crime is immensely bad. Huge gang problem. Worse city i have ever lived in, and i have lived in Chicago. I do not recommend you live there and if you must because you are affiliated with military i suggest living outside of clarksville, perhaps Springfield (more country but much safer) I moved to mount Juliet myself, and find it much …
Neuronerd314Posted on Nov 08, 2015
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Best places to live around NashvilleI will soon be moving to TN and I was hoping I could get some suggestions regarding best / safest places to live somewhere between Ft Campbell and Nashville. Any advice would be appreciated. Thank you! …
SilpPosted on Oct 17, 2016
When can we have a train to Nashville? It cant be soon enough! We NeTransportation is a problem in Clarksville and Nashville. Roads and over population is a problem in both cities and allot of our citizens in Clarksville work in Nashville either work in Nashville or are military veterans who have VA apts in Nashville as do almost all of our Clarksville citizens. We use there Hospitals and Doctors primarily and clog their highways. Other modes of transportations to Nashville other …
pretty kittyPosted on Sep 03, 2014
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