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Fortunately, Clarksville has plenty of fun and safe ways for you to spend a day or evening out with the one you love. Here are a few ideas to help you both keep that spark alive. Whether you dine inside this hobbit-like tea lounge and eatery or outside on the peaceful patio, brunch at The Mad Herbalist makes for a great date.
We loved sipping from champagne-infused flights of tea which pairs especially well with Lavender Mocha and enjoying delicious selections from the rotating brunch menu on a breezy Sunday afternoon. Photo by Lindsay Ferrier. Tennessee has several amazing caves open to the public and Dunbar is one of the best. Book your tour ahead of time and prepare to be wowed. Beautiful at any time of year, they wind around Swan Lake, meander through a peaceful forest and traverse a lovely meadow.
Grab takeout from one of the restaurants listed below and make time for an afternoon picnic and hike with your honey! Photo by Brenda Aguilar.
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William Parker he up this lovely little Civil War park, which includes earthworks, a powder magazine, and gun platforms in addition to a small museum. We are sushi fanatics -- now more than ever since sushi rolls make for the perfect takeout meal.
And while Nashville gets lots of attention as a foodie town, our favorite sushi restaurant in the state is actually located in Clarksville. Made from honey, water, and yeast, mead tastes like sweet wine.
The ginormous space houses carefully curated vendors and each booth resembles what your favorite Etsy stores might look like if you could shop them in real life. Curbside pickup is available and you can order online.
We love wandering the trails here; the last time we hiked at Rotary Park, we came across an abandoned barn that was a delightful surprise -- I had always wanted to see one of these beautiful old Tennessee barns up close. Housed in a gorgeous building, the Customs House is the second-largest general interest museum in the state.
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Make an appointment for a wine tour and tasting at this popular Clarksville winery. Located just a few minutes from Clarksville, Port Royal State Park is a quiet place with an amazing history. Port Royal inspired me to research the history of the Trail of Tears several years ago and what I discovered was surprising, to say the least. Check out the storythen walk the Trail of Tears yourself.
Lindsay Ferrier is a Nashville-based travel writer who has a passion for exploring Tennessee. You can find her at suburbanturmoil.
Sunday Brunch at The Mad Herbalist Whether you dine inside this hobbit-like tea lounge and eatery or outside on the peaceful patio, brunch at The Mad Herbalist makes for a great date.