Date of Stay: April, 2014
Very clean and spacious park for an urban area. Construction is complete and park is in beautiful condition with showers, individual bath houses, and common areas all in great shape. Several play areas for kids and no problem parking or exiting. Shuttles to downtown are very convenient and tours are readily available each day. Office staff is only possible area of improvement as previous poster is accurate in description. Overall a good experience - we love Nashville and this is the best park to stay albeit the price is high.
Date of Stay: March, 2014
A great location for beach lovers, biking, and walking along with pet friendly beach rules. You are paying to have direct access to the beach and the Gulf of Mexico and the price is well worth it for that alone. Campground is very friendly, quiet, and clean with a great maintenance staff. Services were good. All showers and bathrooms were clean and accessed only via a key. Access to parking is tight to say the least, but not a problem with the help provided by park staff. Only negative is the office staff. They could use a good course in customer service as they are less than helpful and close to rude. Overall a great stay and our fourth time. We will return for sure.
Date of Stay: February, 2014
Great campground with plenty of space between sites and the condition of the grounds is impeccable. Dog friendly. Community campfire was a nice touch and everyone we met was extremely friendly and offered many ideas for activities and places to visit. Cedar Key is a hidden gem. We will return.
Date of Stay: October, 2013
Close to Bloomington and IU campus for a visit. Nice setting with good walking/hiking trails and plenty of open space, very clean and sites had choice of gravel or concrete pads with an upcharge for concrete. All facilities were spotless and although the campground is mainly set up for seasonal owners/renters they went out of the way to make us feel welcome at an Oktoberfest party in the pavilion one night. Only downside is price is a little high for this time of year.
Date of Stay: February, 2013
This is a very nice park with all the right amenities and easy access. The bathhouses were fantastic, store was fully stocked, sites are level and have several different options for all kinds of RV travelers and campers. Park was not full, and campground staff provided us with a free upgraded site which was not necessary but well received. Roads on the exit can be a little tight for a big rig with overhanging trees but it was not a problem for us. Great access to downtown Nashville and the area sights. Definitely coming back. We stayed here for three nights.
Date of Stay: July, 2012
Rustic setting on the river with sites in the heavily wooded area or out in the open. Mainly gravel or hard packed grass and clay. Could use some updating in the showers and baths but overall a peaceful setting and quiet. Roads are very narrow but accessible and office and activity center is friendly and helpful.
Date of Stay: July, 2012
This is the second time we have stayed here and loved every minute. Stayed in the Buffalo Ridge loop that is closest to the entrance in site 86 that was shaded and had plenty of room to back our 40ft RV into the spot. Hiking trails, fishing, very large swimming pool. Cell service is spotty but the setting is fantastic.
Date of Stay: June, 2012
Nice campground that is convenient to many of the areas attractions. Sites are mostly a little tight in some spots, majority gravel and grass but level and all amenities (pool, showers, restrooms) are very clean. Employees on site all weekend at gate and patrolling campground made for a safe environment. Trees provided great shade.