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Old 01-01-2014, 10:22 AM   #1
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We are planning on going to Nashville this spring and wondering if anyone has any suggestions on campgrounds that have water/electric hookups. We have a 28ft Puma! Thanks!
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Old 01-01-2014, 11:06 AM   #2
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We are planning on going to Nashville this spring and wondering if anyone has any suggestions on campgrounds that have water/electric hookups. We have a 28ft Puma! Thanks!
We've been there 3 or 4 times. Our favorite is Two Rivers Campground on Music Valley Drive. (There are 3 on that road, but IMHO, Two Rivers is the best.) It is a Good Sam affiliate, so you can get a GS - or AAA or AARP - discount. Plus, it is very close to the Grand Ole Opry and Opryland Hotel, lots of good restaurants, etc.
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Old 01-01-2014, 02:26 PM   #3
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You might want to check out Cedars of Lebonon SP. Nice quiet rustic park with large sites. Just a short drive into town.

We enjoyed it.

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I live in the Nashville area but never camped at any of the three campgrounds on Music Valley Dr. I recently drove through all three and came to the conclusion that Nashville Yogi Bear Jellystone would be the one I would prefer to use. I had always recommended Two Rivers but they just haven't seemed to keep the roads through the campground in very good shape. Overall the looks of Jellystone looked better to me.
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We stayed at Two Rivers last summer. It is a VERY transient CG and didn't feel safe leaving much of anything outside while we were away. It is perfect as a home base just for a few days of local sightseeing, but not as a destination to kick back and relax. The place is clean and well kept up with no problems with the roads in the CG. Enjoy!
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We had thought of camping in Nashville ourselves. We go several times a year, but have always stayed in hotels downtown.
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We've been there 3 or 4 times. Our favorite is Two Rivers Campground on Music Valley Drive. (There are 3 on that road, but IMHO, Two Rivers is the best.) It is a Good Sam affiliate, so you can get a GS - or AAA or AARP - discount. Plus, it is very close to the Grand Ole Opry and Opryland Hotel, lots of good restaurants, etc.
Feel the same way,also there is a (Camping World) within walking distance also. Youroo!!
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We stayed at Nashville Shores RV Park - about 5 miles to downtown Nashville or Grand Ole Opry.

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We stayed at Nashville Shores RV Park - about 5 miles to downtown Nashville or Grand Ole Opry. Nashville Shores Waterpark | Middle Tennessee's #1 Family and Group Destination .
How was the park? I've considered staying there because of being close to downtown. Also heard they sometimes runs shuttle during events.
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