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 Road 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.
Eagle Days is the weekend of January 24-25, 2015.
50 Miles Art Studio Tours are held the fourth full weekend of March and the first weekend of November.
Diva Day is a fun ladies day on the fourth Saturday of April.
An official Chili Cook-off event in the Riverfront Park is held on Saturday of the first full weekend in June.
A Plein Aire event called Sunflower Days brings many artists to town to paint the displays of sunflowers throughout town on the last weekend of July.
Clarksville's oldest event is Applefest with parade and vendors and handmade crafts booths the second weekend of October.
The real Santa and Mrs. Claus spend December in Clarksville in the largest display of Santas and trees in the Midwest.