WELCOME TO CLARKSVILLE-
JOHNSON COUNTY, ARKANSAS
Clarksville-Johnson County is a small but progressive and growing community of just over 25,000 residents situated on I-40 and the Arkansas River midway between Little Rock and Fort Smith. Clarksville-Johnson County is widely known for its peaches, scenic byways and abundance of natural outdoor recreational activities. The merger of the Ozark Mountains and the alluvial plains provides a combination of breathtaking scenery and the availability of sites flat enough for expansive Industrial activities. With the Arkansas River, Lake Dardanelle and the Ozark National Forest nearby, the area is truly one great for living, working, and enjoying leisurely activities.
Questions? Give us a call (479) 754-2340.
CLARKSVILLE POLAR PLUNGE
The 2015 Clarksville Polar Plunge is set for Saturday, March 7th at Lake Ludwig. Registration begins at 12pm and the plunge will take place at 1pm. This event is for Special Olympics of Arkansas. Prizes will be awarded for best costume and most money raised. Too chicken to plunge? No problem! Be a part of the fun and get the official "I Chickened Out" long sleeve t-shirt by donating $25 to Special Olympics of Arkansas. To learn more contact Shannon Lemly at 754-0860 or send her an email.
Chamber Awards Banquet
New venue this year!
Meetin' on 64 Event Center
details coming soon
Our Mission Statement-
The Chamber's mission is to help businesses grow and prosper, as well as enhance the quality of life in our community through service, leadership and economic development.