Beginning June 1, 2020, Clarksville Parks and Recreation will move into Phase II of the city reopening process. Below is information regarding our operations during phase ii.
- Swan Lake and Bel-Aire pools have reopened
- Staff will be cleaning and disinfecting contact touched surfaces, restrooms, water fountains, picnic tables, handrails, and more throughout the day. There will be hand sanitizer stations as well as plenty of soap and water for handwashing.
- The pools will be on a modified operations plan at the onset after opening. Slides, climbing walls, and inflatables will be closed. The hours of operation will change slightly from past years to account for additional cleaning procedures. There will be limited occupancy.
- There will be no parties or private rentals at this time.
- Patrons must maintain six-foot social distancing both on deck and in the water.
- Current pool memberships will be honored with an online admission ticket.
More information about pools can be found here.
Splash pads will remain closed until further notice.
Playgrounds/Outdoor Fitness Equipment
- Signage is posted advising patrons that the equipment will not be regularly sanitized based on new CDC guidance. Social distancing is encouraged.
Because of the increased need to regularly stock and clean the restrooms, only the following locations will be opened on June 1:
- Heritage Park Near Rotary Playground
- Liberty Triumph Near Boat Ramp
- Liberty Victory Near Playground
- Pollard Trailhead at Clarksville Greenway
- McGregor’s Comfort Station
Portable Restrooms at neighborhood parks are open and cleaned weekly. Patrons are encouraged to use hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol if soap and water are not available.
Park pavilions are available for booking to groups of 50 or less. Visit our catalog to book your event.
Booking is now available for groups of 50 or less at Freedom Point or 100 people at the Wilma Rudolph Event Center. Renters must submit a social distancing plan to the Facility Supervisor no later than one week prior to the event outlining how they intend to maintain social distancing (ie tables will be placed at least 6ft apart, no more than 5 guests will be seated per table, etc).
Swan Lake Softball Fields, Swan Lake Tennis Complex, Pettus Park, Liberty Park Athletic Fields, and Heritage Park Soccer Complex reopen June 1 for specific types of rentals. Per the Governor’s Executive Order #38, all contact and non-contact sports can include training or practicing in a manner that does not involve close contact with other persons. Rentals will be available for the use of practice dependent upon the guidelines set forth per each sport. Facilities can be rented by local teams in the Clarksville/Montgomery County and Fort Campbell area. No teams based outside of that area will be permitted to use the fields at this time. Please see the forms below for policy and rental information.
Crow and Kleeman Recreation Centers will reopen June 1. Burt-Cobb will remain closed for roof repair. Hours will be modified to allow for regular cleaning. All programming provided will allow for social distancing. The fitness center is open.
Hours of Operation: 10am-7pm Mon -Fri (except closed from 2-3pm for cleaning) and 9am-3pm on Sat.
Occupancy for the game room will be no more than 5 people.
Occupancy for the meeting room will be no more than 10 people.
Swan Lake and Mason Rudolph Golf Courses are reopened for full operations. Occupancy guidelines will be enforced in the Club Houses and Pro Shop. For more information, visit the Golf Course page.
Programming, Events and Activities
All activities will be evaluated on a case by case basis.
- Downtown Market Will return to Public Square on June 6 with all vendors. Social distancing and safety precautions will be in place for vendors and patrons.
- July 3rd Independence Day Celebration
The Independence Day Celebration fireworks scheduled for Friday, July 3, 2020 has been postponed and TENTATIVELY scheduled for Riverfest on Saturday, September 12, 2020.
Fort Defiance Civil War Park & Interpretive Center
The facility is now open and tours are available. Social distancing guidelines must be followed and hours may be altered to accommodate sanitization. For more information, visit the Fort Defiance page.
The city’s five stations are open beginning June 1. Users are encouraged to wash their hands before and after trips and use the BCycle app rather than the kiosk.
The Clarksville Parks and Recreation Main Office located at 102 Public Square is open to the public beginning June 1, 2020.