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Posted on: November 23, 2020

Parks & Recreation to close some facilities

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CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. –  Clarksville Parks & Recreation will close some indoor facilities and its main office to the public until Jan. 21, 2021, as part of the City’s efforts to follow Executive Order No. 70 issued by Gov. Bill Lee on Sunday.


All parks and trails will remain open, however.


The order says that persons in Tennessee “shall not in any event be in a group of 10 or more persons in an indoor public place for purposes of social gatherings, activities, or events.”


The facilities that will close are:

  • New Providence Pool.

  • Burt-Cobb Recreation Center.

  • Crow Recreation Center.

  • Kleeman Recreation Center.


Private events already scheduled at park venues, such as weddings, will proceed, but new facility bookings will not be accepted until Jan. 21, 2021.


The Parks & Recreation Main Office, located at 102 Public Square, also will be closed to the public. Staff will remain available by dialing 931-645-7476 or emailing parksrec@cityofclarksville.com.


Fort Defiance Interpretive Center and Swan Lake and Mason Rudolph golf courses will remain open with limited occupancy. 


For information on COVID-related closures or changes, please visit ClarksvilleParksRec.com and select the “COVID-19” icon.

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