Clarksville Commons courtyard in Maryland

Moving Company Clarksville, MD

Local Movers, Packing, and Storage

Moving into or out of Clarksville, Maryland? At Top Notch Moving & Storage, our skilled employees will create a pleasant moving experience for your family or business.

Make your Clarksville move stress-free with our professional services for packing, storage, residential moving, and commercial moving. We look after you and your possessions in every way we can. Our staff is trained in packing efficiently and carefully, whether they’re helping you with entire rooms or just a few delicate items. Your possessions will be the only items in our truck, and the same team that loads it will expertly unload it at your new home or office (or storage unit).

If you need to store any belongings during your transition, we can help. Top Notch has relationships with several of the biggest storage facilities in the United States. Plus, we have the flexibility to reserve units in various sizes, from 5’x10’ to 10’x30’.

Whether you’re moving from another city or another state, you’ll enjoy a delightful Clarksville relocation experience at a reasonable rate with our friendly movers.

House Movers for Clarksville

Our professional movers will pack and transport your furniture, appliances, and personal belongings with the utmost care. We keep our trucks clean, so your belongings remain that way. We have pads and rug runners readily available, so if there is inclement weather or dirt, we are sure not to track it into your home.

Office Movers for Clarksville

You can trust us to make your Clarksville business relocation safe and smooth. We expertly pack and transport your office furniture, workstations, and electronics. Whether you’re a small business or a large corporation, we relocate your company quickly so you can get back to work.

Moving to Clarksville

Located in Howard County, Clarksville provides a stunning combination of beautiful, natural scenery and convenient, luxurious living.

There are many gorgeous houses with spacious lots. In October 2022, Clarksville houses sold for a median price of $1.4M.

Clarksville is strategically located southwest of Baltimore and north of Washington, D.C., which allows commuters to easily access these two major cities. Clarksville also provides quick access to other nearby cities, such as Columbia and Ellicott City.

The state highway Maryland Route 32 has an east–west portion known as the Patuxent Freeway. This four-to-six-lane freeway runs through Clarksville. Another state highway that runs through Clarksville is Maryland Route 108.

Families who live in Clarksville have access to four highly ranked schools in the Howard County Public School System: Pointers Run Elementary School, Clarksville Elementary School, Clarksville Middle School, and River Hill High School.

Clarksville was named after a local farmer, William Clark, who owned most of the land that is now Clarksville. The area has historically been used for agriculture, and now it’s also a prominent residential area.

horse farm in Clarksville, Maryland

Stonebrook Farm is a local horse farm located in Clarksville, MD.

collecting eggs from Mary's Land Farm in Clarksville, MD

Mary’s Land Farm, located in Clarksville, MD, provides eggs fresh from the farm.

Local Attractions

  • Middle Patuxent Environmental Area: Thanks to the Foundation associated with the Middle Patuxent Environmental Area (MPEA), and its partnership with Howard County’s Recreation and Parks Department, the MPEA is preserved as a natural environmental area. The MPEA provides 1,021 acres of natural space, making it Howard County’s largest parkland. There are 5 ½ miles of hiking trails, which can be accessed off Trotter Road in Clarksville, MD.
  • Clarksville Commons: This town center is where the Clarksville community goes for shopping, dining, entertainment, and work. This environmentally sustainable space features beautiful stone buildings, grassy areas, and an outdoor fireplace.
  • Mary’s Land Farm: Visit this 160-acre farm to get fresh, grass-fed, organic meat, eggs, vegetables, and dairy. The Farm Store provides an assortment of healthy, local food and delightful gourmet surprises. The Farm House is open as a modern inn, so you can stay for a weekend or longer at the farm.
  • Stonebrook Farm: Equestrians and horse lovers will appreciate this local horse farm that offers boarding and lessons.
Middle Patuxent Environmental Area sign Clarksville MD movers

The MPEA is preserved as a natural area and is Howard County’s largest parkland.

Top Notch Moving Services

Depend on our full-service moving company to expertly relocate your family or business in Clarksville, MD. Book an appointment to get a free estimate.