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The Clarksville Community Chamber of Commerce is organized for the purpose of advancing the economic, industrial, professional, cultural and civic welfare of the Clarksville area and thereby promoting the welfare of all area citizens. Clarksville MO is located on Missouri Route 79 which is part of the Great River Toad and is one of the most scenic highways along the Mississippi River. It overlooks U.S. Lock and Dam 24, providing a close vantage point to view all river boat and barge traffic. Clarksville is also one of the largest winter migrating areas for the bald eagle.
This city is filled with artists, potters, antique dealers, furniture makers, and specialty craftsmen. Tour the Elgin/Cottrell House decorated in the 1845-1860 period. A fabulous site for a wedding, Clarksville has restaurants, event halls, B&B's, outdoor sites: whatever you would need for your special day.
This Chamber is organized for the purpose of advancing the economic, industrial, professional, cultural and civic welfare of the Clarksville area and thereby promoting the welfare of all area citizens.
We are an Artisan / Tourist community with chamber members Bee Naturals, Bowood Farm Landscaping Nursery, BROCK'S, B T Dove Antiques, CBC Bank, Clarksville Veterinary Clinic, M & M Greenwell Fine Furniture, Skyride LLC, The Bent Tree Gallery, Vesterbrook Farm (Certified Organic), and the Village of the Blue Rose Restaurant and B&B.
Touch the Mississippi in our park and view the variety of migrating water birds from the Observatory at the Lock and Dam #24.
U.S. Highway 61 runs through Pike County in Northeast Missouri. The eastern border of the county is the Mississippi River with the river towns of Louisiana and Clarksville offering tourism and outdoor recreation.
Bowling Green is the county's government seat with attractions including a chocolate factory, antique stores, historic home and museum, fishing lakes, campground, Old Jail Museum, world-renowned smoked meats producer, and an Amish community featuring handcrafted woodworking and baked goods.
Louisiana offers a walking tour of many historic homes, including one owned by Missouri's former governor, Lloyd C. Stark. The Stark Nursery is renowned for selling fruit trees to the world. Visit the downtown History Museum or the Riverview Cemetery sitting high on a bluff overlooking the river.
At Clarksville you can "Touch the Mississippi" from the Terracing Steps at the Riverside Park or visit the many working artisans shops in town. Tour the Victorian Elgin/Cottrell House. Many fine dining and B&B experiences are available in the county. Clarksville provides great opportunities to view river life from observation scopes at the Visitor Center and at the Lock and Dam 24.
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