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Clarksville, Maryland is located within the Columbia CDP or Census Designated Place. The Columbia CDP is located within Howard County which is the second wealthiest county in the United States. The area in and around Clarksville is said to have some of the most expensive houses on the east coast with the average income being roughly $195,000 per year. The estimated population in Clarksville is around 11,000 people.
The land area of Clarksville is approximately 16 square miles and 79% of residents in Clarksville’s have a college education. The population demographics consists of 8.2% of residents being under the age of 5, 13.4% being between 5-13 years old, 6.0% being 14-17 years old, 10.4% being 18-24 years old, 29.3% being 25-44 years old, 22.7% being 45-64 years old, and 9.9% being above the age of 65. The median age is 43 and the ration of males to females is roughly equal. Over 60% of the population is white with the remaining 40% being Black, Asian, Native American, Mixed, Hispanic, and other races. The population of married people in Clarksville is almost 20% higher than the national average with the percentage in Clarksville being about 68% while the national average is only about 49%. Also, the divorce rate in Clarksville is under 4% while the national average is almost 11%.
On April 13, 2009, Clarksville, Maryland was mentioned on the Fox TV show 24. There is also a two and a half story tall historic stone house called Welling's Stone House or Clifton between Clarksville and Fulton, Maryland. The home was built on 2,500 acres of land. Richland Farm is another historic house in Clarksville that is also a farm complex. The oldest section of Richland Farm is said to date back to 1719.
Maryland is located in the Mid-Atlantic region of the United States. Clarksville is located in Howard County with Washington D.C. to the South, Baltimore to the northeast, and River Hill, a fairly new town, adjacent to it.
The climate conditions in Clarksville, Maryland are categorized by hot, humid weather in the summer months and mild to cold weather in the winter months. The overall climate of the area is categorized as humid subtropical.
The Clarksville area is full of great place to shop for all kinds of different things like clothing, alcohol, and more. Some of the noteworthy stores and shopping centers in the area are:
Serendipity 12798 Maryland 216 (301) 854-2281
Kendall Hardware 12260 Clarksville Pike (410) 531-2111
Vintage Cellars 6030 Daybreak Cir (410) 531-7860
River Hill Village Center 6030 Daybreak Cir (410) 531-7900
Bark! 5805 Clarksville Square Dr. Ste 4, (443) 535-0200
Boulder 5805 Clarksville Square Dr. 443-535-9449
Village Liquors of Clarksville 12210 Clarksville Pike 410-531-5012
Another great place to shop is the Beltway Plaza Mall which is also a great place to eat and listen to live music, participate in Ladies Night Out, and do holiday activities for the whole family.
There are a lot of great places where you can have a nice meal in the Clarksville, Maryland area. Whether you are looking for fresh, organic, vegan food at Great Sage, homemade waffles at a food truck called T&J Waffles, sandwiches, wraps, and baked goods at Ruthie’s Deli & Cafe, or afghan food like kabob, lamb chops, and tandoori at Mimi’s Kabob, there is bound to be somewhere to fit everyone’s personal taste. Some of the restaurants in the area include:
Great Sage 5809 Clarksville Square Dr. (443) 535-9400
T&J Waffles 12260 Clarksville Pike (443) 498-8886
Ruthie’s Deli & Cafe 6355 Ten Oaks Rd. (410) 531-7182
Mimi’s Kabob 6355 Ten Oaks Rd. (410) 531-7182
Full On Craft Eats & Drinks 4007 Norbeck Rd, (240) 669-3880
The nightlife in the Clarksville area includes restaurants, concerts, and more. Several musical acts play at the Merriweather Post Pavilion. A few of the musical acts that have played or will play there are:
Clarksville is known for its incredibly successful high school, River Hill, which was ranked 397th Newsweek's Top 1,200 High Schools. 1,652 students go there and it is one of the best schools in the state. Roughly 98% graduate and the school also has a very good sports program. In 2007 they won five state championships in three different sports. Clarksville Middle School's Wind Ensemble was also the first middle school to attend the prestigious Midwest Clinic in 2009.
River Hill High School 12101 Clarksville Pike Route 108, (410) 313-7120
Clarksville Middle School 6535 South Trotter Road (410) 313-7057
The Clarksville area is full of places to pick seasonal apples and pumpkins such as the Assateague Farm and Nursery which has been around since 1987 and Sharp's at Waterford Farm which is on 530 acres of land and has been family owned and operated since 1903. There are also lots of places to go hiking such as the Western Maryland Rail-Trail along the Potomac River and Assateague Island National Seashore, an Oceanside campground where wild horses roam free along the beach.
Sharp’s At Waterford Farm 4003 Jennings Chapel Road (410) 489-2572
Assateague Farm & Nursery 11832 Assateague Road (410)461-8746
Western Maryland Rail Trail along the Potomac River
Assateague Island National Seashore near Newport South
Clarksville, Maryland is a diverse city full of culture, music, and history. Not only are there an abundance of places where you can go shopping and out to eat, but there are also loads of trails, historical buildings, holiday events to participate in. The fairly comfortable year-round temperatures make for great hiking conditions and the various activities and venues for the whole family ensure that the fun never ends in Clarksville.
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