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Clarksville, TN: What you need to know

With a strong manufacturing sector, Clarksville is also a neighbor to the Fort Campbell U.S. Army base – the area’s largest employer. Transportation advantages for Clarksville residents include Interstate 24, two U.S. routes and five state routes, and among recreation amenities are the Cumberland River, Port Royal State Park, Clarksville Greenway and a 10-acre fishing pond at Liberty Park. Students have higher education choices like Austin Peay University, Miller-Motte Technical College and Nashville State Community College.


Clarksville, TN City Profile

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Population 143,618
Median Age 29
Median Household Income $46,947
Median Home Price $137,900
Walkscore 16

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Clarksville, TN Demographics

Median Population in Clarksville, TN

Median Age 29%
Age 18 Over 72.7%
Age 21 Over 68.1%
Age 62 Over 10%
Age 65 Over 7.8%

Race in Clarksville, TN

  Ethnicity White 66.6%
  Ethnicity Black 23.1%
  Ethnicity Asian 2.3%
  Ethnicity Hawaiian 0.5%
  Ethnicity Hispanic 10.5%
  Ethnicity Indian 0.7%
  Ethnicity Other 1.9%

Population By Gender in Clarksville, TN

  Male 49.8%
  Female 50.2%

Language in Clarksville, TN

  English Only 88.6%
  English Other 11.4%

Economics in Clarksville, TN

  Median Household Income $46,947
  Median Home Price $137,900
  Homes Owned 46.6%
  Homes Rent 53.4%
  Median Property Rent $872

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Commute Types in Clarksville, TN

  Walked 2.4%
  Worked at Home 1.8%
  Public Transportation 1.1%
  Other Means 1.7%
  Drove Alone 85%
  Carpooled 8.1%

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Total Employed Armed Forces: 10,834
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