About Hickory Wild
The Hickory Wild Subdivision is the pristine residential community in Clarksville, Tennessee that’s truly unlike any other.
Convenient to Fort Campbell, Gateway Medical Center, and I-24. Reach anywhere in Clarksville in minutes, and just 40 miles from Nashville.
Looking for a new home in Clarksville?
Located just off of Dunlop Lane, and just four miles from the Hemlock Semiconductor Plant, Hickory Wild is a new kind of community subdivision not found anywhere else in Montgomery County.
Constructed by local Clarksville-area developer Powers, LLC, Hickory Wild aims to strengthen bonds between neighbors and offer a little getaway from the fast-paced city life.
In addition to a variety of hiking and biking trails and sidewalks,Hickory Wild also features several playscapes, three lakes, a soccer field, a community center and pool!
Starting in the $180s, Hickory Wild is close enough to enjoy Clarksville’s amenities, yet far enough away from the hustle and bustle of the city to be a quiet, peaceful escape.
Check out the layout of the Hickory Wild community below.
The History of Hickory Wild
In the early 1800′s, young John Duke Tyler arrived in Montgomery County, Tennessee. A brilliant and classically-trained scholar, he established the Hickory Wild Academy on the grounds near this site.
For nearly 40 years, Tyler conducted his school for young people blending the studies of Greek and Latin, Shakespeare and Homer with the discipline of rural farm life. He had a widespread reputation and people from all over the southeast brought their kids to Hickory Wild to be educated, sometimes not seeing them for years.
It is the nostalgia of this era, the respect for the history and the beauty of the land that inspired us to bring this landmark setting back to life.
Hickory Wild Community Development
Click on the two links below to learn more about the layout of the Hickory Wild Community, as well as the final phase of development that is currently being constructed.