Clarksville , IN is a town in Clark County, Indiana, United States, along the Ohio River and is a part of the Louisville Metropolitan area. The population was 21,724 at the 2010 census. The town, once a home site to George Rogers Clark, was founded in 1783 and is the oldest American town in the Northwest Territory. The town is home to the Colgate clock, one of the largest clocks in the world and the Falls of the Ohio State Park, a large fossil bed.
Clarksville, IN with surrounding areas in New Albany, Sellersburg, Jeffersonville, Louisville, Charlestown, Floyds Knobs or Georgetown , is home to Brad Haynes Martial Arts Academy, a TaeKwonDo facility focusing on programs in Kids Martial Arts, Gracie Bullyproof, Adult Martial Arts, Gracie Combatives, Kickboxing, After School, Summer Camp, and Birthday Parties.