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Located along the Roanoke River, these lands were for centuries the home to the Occaneechi Native Americans. They controlled the junction of several trading paths in the area. The Eno-Occoneechee tribe are directly descendants of the original Occoneechees and currently reside nearby Vance County, North Carolina.


Clarksville was the first incorporated town in the county of Mecklenburg. In 1818, the town was named after its founder, Clarke Royster. Settlers populated the area quickly because of the temperate climate and the fine tobacco soil.


By 1832, Clarksville was recognized as one of the fastest growing towns in Virginia. The Clarksville Tobacco Market was so large and important that the Roanoke Navigation Company was formed to transport the crop by way of the Roanoke River to Petersburg, a major export town, and other areas. A plank road was built from Clarksville to Petersburg (distance of 80 miles (130 km) for overland transport. In years to follow, the Roanoke Valley Railroad was built from Clarksville to Manson, North Carolina.


By 1848, Clarksville was known as a major market for leaf tobacco and a tobacco-manufacturing center. Large shipments of tobacco were exported to Europe. In 1860, R. H. Moss and Brothers Factory in Clarksville was producing more manufactured tobacco than any other establishment in Virginia or the Carolinas. To date, Clarksville proudly claims the title of the oldest continuous tobacco market in the world.

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Cooper's Landing Inn and Traveler's Tavern
Distance from city center: less than 1 mile
Phone: 434-374-2866

Cooper's Landing Inn is located in the heart of Lake Country and is a part of Virginia's only lakeside town. The home was originally built in 1830 and is surrounded by beautiful grounds and original outbuildings, including our newly restored smokehouse. Clarksville affords its visitors fine dining, antique specialists, and gift shops that are happy to welcome all visitors with a smile. Mecklenburg County is surrounded by local history and showcases many historical and architectural gems including Prestwould Plantation, McCullum More Gardens & Museum, Occoneeche State Park, and Boyd Tavern. Guests can also take to the outdoors to enjoy a boat ride on the lake, canoe trips, or a hike along the banks. We are here to be your personal travel guides to lake Country. Please feel free to ask us to help you tailor your visit to your needs. Cheers, Nichol & Les

Clarksville, Virginia
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Corner Stone Farm
Distance from city center: 13 mile(s)
Phone: 434-735-0527
Toll Free: 866-977-FARM (3276)
More then just about comfortable beds and home-style cooking, the heart of what CornerStone Farm is about is for our guests to enjoy a well deserved get-away; a time to relax and renew themselves in a peaceful farm setting - away from crowds; where memories are created and cherished for years.

Clarksville, Virginia
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