Dunbar Cave State Park is an 110 acre park in Clarksville, Tennessee, situated around Dunbar Cave. Dunbar Cave is the 280th largest cave complex in the world, stretching 8.1 miles inward. In front of the cave entrance is a large concrete poured structure with three distinct arches. The cave is located in an area of karst topography, including sinkholes, springs, and limestone bedrock. The manmade Swan Lake also sits in front of the cave.
Clarksville’s newest attraction is the Clarksville Marina at Liberty park. If you are an outdoor enthusiast or just like kicking back with a fishing pole, then this is a must visit location! The marina and park offer a fishing pond, dog park, playground, walking trails, multi-purpose sports fields and boat slips. If you are planning an event, the Wilma Rudolph Event Center, located right inside the park is a perfect location to host a gathering.
The four-acre Fort Defiance park features earthen fort and walking trails. It is located at 120 A Street, Clarksville,Tennessee. The city of Clarksville dedicated a new $2 million Fort Defiance Interpretive Center in 2011 in time for the 150th anniversary of the start of the American Civil War in 2011. The Fort has been owned by the City of Clarksville since the mid-1980s when it was donated to the city by retired Judge Sam Boaz who had owned and preserved the site for some time.
McGregor Park is built on the banks of the Cumberland River and is home to Cumberland River Walk. The River Walk has a lighted walkway following the river and a handicapped-accessible playground, picnic areas, pedestrian bridge and boat launch.
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