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20 RV Parks near Lebanon, Tennessee
Oct 2018 - $48.00
This campground is good when your passing through when the area. It’s right off the highway and you know it is there with constant drone of freeway traffic. The traffic noise is not distracting, just expect it because of your location.
The campground’s staff were friendly and helpful.
In general, the campground’s facilities are nice. It seems that they place the short term campers in the front section. The back section of the campground is for their long term campers.
The back section is still nice but their long term residents don’t try to keep their “stuff” placed either out of sight or stored in an orderly fashion.
The bathroom facilities were nice in the front. I’m sure the back section was also nice but we didn’t not use them. - Pigcrib
Aug 2018 - $48.00
Site was nice,park well kept. A little pricey ,but it's a KOA they all are. Staff very friendly and helpful. - Daniel123
Jul 2018 - $45.00
One of the Nicest, Friendliest KOA Campgrounds we have ever visited... The hosts were extremely nice, polite and helpful... We only stayed one night on our way to a family reunion in Raleigh, but I would certainly stay there again. We pull a 40' 5th wheel. Sites are gravel and not perfectly level, but shady and cool. The host guided us to our site and made sure we were satisfied. - Miaoreo
Jun 2017 - $24.00
Great stopover for a night. 2 miles from I40. Called ahead and front desk had site and papers all ready. Site was level, 50 amp FHU. Small store, laundry, pool and bathhouse. Showers were a little moldy but the sinks and toilets clean and well sticked. Lots of permanents with the usual junk but park was clean and quiet. Paid $24, tax included. - TeresaYuma
May 2017 - $25.00
Stayed here for 2 weeks. Some permanent residents but overall was very comfortable, close to shopping, staff very helpful. Not plush by any means but clean and felt safe. Would stay here again. All pull through. - JanAndDrex
Oct 2015 - $25.00
The owners are the biggest detriment to this park. I overheard the old man owner referring to one of his monthly renters and said if they don't like it they have wheels and can leave. Not my idea of customer service. Also restrooms covered in mold and bugs. The shower water was scorching. The office didn't even write it down. I would Never give that place another cent. - darlene eley
Sep 2015 - $27.00
The lady in the office was very helpful. Otherwise it was average. They did have a nice pool but it didnt seem clean. The bathrooms and showers were unkempt. - darlene eley
Apr 2015 - $35.00
Poor quality, trashed, run down, and avoid at all cost. I am not joking, restrooms have no doors, dirty, and run down. Would not recommend to stay here. Go somewhere else. - JayC90
Oct 2014 - $36.00
This park is haphazardly laid out, crowded, and dirty. Most of the guests are obviously long-term. Some of the rigs are in poor condition and surrounded by junk in the site. We had to put up with loud, cursing, and arguing neighbors. Several dogs would bark at every loud noise, in other words, often. The roadways are narrow and often used for parking by guests. The trash dumpster was overflowing with several bags of trash on the ground outside the dumpster. We did not use the restrooms, showers or laundry facilities...afraid to. We thought the rate was outrageous for this place. Obviously, the owners don't put anything back into the park. The way only redeeming factor was the lady in the office. She was very friendly and helpful. We had an emergency and could not find and anywhere else to stay, but we would stay in the Walmart parking lot before coming back here again. - normav
Sep 2018 - $29.00
Not much to do at the state park, but the campground was very nice. Sites were spacious and had gravel patios. Area was clean and well maintained. Picnic table on our site was out of level. We would return for the camping. - Russell Moon
Sep 2018 - $25.00
Love this park! Sites are a little close together. Wish they had full hook ups. We stayed in site 37 in a 37 ft. travel trailer and plenty of room both ways. - JLHickerson
Aug 2018 - $25.00
The sites are too close to each other. Our fire ring was right beside and almost under our neighbor's slide out,we could not have a fire. The newer part has better spacing but only have 30 amp. When it's 90+ I need both AC's going. Staff great and it is a nice state park. I would stay here again. - Daniel123
Aug 2011 - $36.00
If you want a particular site make sure you get it in writing. The office staff is new to accommodating RV'ers and it appears that a good "working" plan is still being developed (how to keep up with who is coming/going-where/when and what site numbers). This is a nice, established, mobile home park close to I-40 and conveniently located. There are plenty of spaces, and large sites. Maybe more suitable for the longer stays. - road-rambler
Oct 2018 - $25.00
A nice small state park, well maintained and cleaned. We generally use our own bathrooms but our toilet broke so we used the restrooms here and found them to be clean. They were convenient to this site. Deer roam throughout the park and campground. Our back in site #3 (handicap accessible) was fairly level and sufficient for our 40' mh and car. We were far enough away from the next site that their campfire did not bother us. We stayed here because we could not reach COE parks by phone and we could this park. It was also relatively close to Lebanon where we wanted to meet friends. It was easily accessible from US 231 that we were traveling on. We used the dump station and dumpsters near the entrance as we left. We liked the fact that the Tn, state parks don't charge entry fees like many other states do and they had a senior discount for camping. This site could use limbs trimmed. - JAWS
Mar 2017 - $31.00
Nice & fairly level campsite with quiet and spacious layouts. Our site had fire pit & grill with large picnic table and electric & water. We stayed in a site just 30 feet from lake shore. Easy access for putting in a kayak or fishing from the bank. Plenty of wildlife; ducks ran through camp often and deer could be seen on trails. Nice playground area for the kids.
Only 1 concern: There were No trash cans around except at bathroom or dumpster on way out of campground. Would have been nice to have one in the loop we were on.
Bathroom facilities are clean, flushable toilets, and showers are plenty big. The showers even have a removable shower head (BONUS), although the showers are separated by a small curtain so privacy is somewhat lacking.
Hiking trails are well maintained and variety of difficulty. Camp hosts were friendly and did drive through on a regular basis. We would definitely stay here again. - DeanaN3Dogs
Aug 2016 - $25.00
Very beautiful park. Lots of walking paths. Kids loved the playground. Great for fishing. The deer would walk within 15ft of the kids. They do have a tiny gift shop in the building when you first pull in. Only things we found bad was very tall grass that needed mowed and then no swimming areas for the kids. - Campingfamily4life
May 2018 - $13.00
Mostly agree with previous post. We were in a back-in by the water. It was spacious, packed crushed gravel, and level. Some shade. Beautiful view of the water, which was only 30' away. - mroswell
Oct 2017 - $12.00
Depending on your direction of approach, plan on traveling several miles on curvy, hilly, narrow roads to reach this campground. Your view of this campground is going to depend heavily on what site you have. The sites along the water are well-separated with nice views. Most other sites, not so much. Other than the water sites, the campsites are arranged in circles. We had two different sites since we were unable to secure one site for our entire week stay. Both sites were very crowded with views of many, many other RVs. It was not a good feeling with our table close to the table in the loop behind us. The sites have a thin gravel coating that, when it rains, become a real slimy mess. Our grill had the bottom burned out and our old wooden picnic table was falling apart. We were able to get satellite for DirecTV and Verizon signal for voice and data was strong. It was very quiet there at night as the recreation area is on a dead-end road. They shut the gate at 10, but it is not locked so you can get in and out. This was an acceptable place to stay to visit Nashville and the price is certainly right considering the cost of commercial RV parks in the area. - TheJim
Aug 2017 - $13.00
Stayed 5 nights with a 43' motorhome to visit Nashville and Opry. Our rate reflects America the Beautiful pass. Easy to get to CG, approx. 10mi from I-40. Easy check-in. Interior roads paved and easy to navigate. Our site #3, partly shade in the front loop and level with small gravel sitting on a sandy base. When it rained the site drained but was muddy. Good spacing between sites. Sites along river have a lot more space between them. Utilities E/W worked well - no sewer. Dump station at rear of park. Need to make a U-turn and go up slight incline to position to dump but manageable. Trash needs to be taken to the dumpster at the front by the bathhouse. Each site has a fire ring and table. Bathhouse (did not use) were clean but showers needs some attention to moldy curtains. Beautiful park with lots of shade and open fields bordering the Cumberland River. Grassy fields were in good shape with lots of room to walk your dog. Very peaceful, tranquil setting. You can watch the ships moving barges in the river and enjoy the view. Outside the park down the road is the Cedar Creek Marina where you can have lunch or rent a boat to cruise on the river. Nashville is about 15mi away. - RTM
Sep 2018 - $13.00
Wish we could have stayed more than one night here. Even though we weren't lakeside, we still had a nice view of the very pretty lake. Our site used wood to create a 2nd level, and some of this wood needs replacing. The host at the gate was not that welcoming, but a ranger who came by our site was very friendly. - Lane Wise
May 2018 - $29.00
Stayed in site 20 over Memorial Day weekend. Our site was level but lacking privacy. Restrooms and showers were clean overall. The restroom doors were always open so there were bugs in the shower stalls. - cdb14
Jun 2017 - $29.00
Tough to find in a large MH but worth the trip. Sites a little close but all scenic. Biggest problem is finding the signage to enter the road to park. You must watch closely for sign on Cages Bend Road. - Supdog11
Oct 2018 - $22.00
We stayed for one night while passing through the area. The park is a little off the beaten path but not too difficult to find and only a few minutes from the interstate. The park is very pretty and peaceful. We were greeted by the friendly host at the gatehouse and given directions to our site, #58. There is nice privacy and separation between the sites. Our site had a pretty strong grade up which made backing in a little difficult. Not sure it would be suitable for a motor home. Also, we noticed our site and a few others had crumbling asphalt along the edge of the pad with a 6" drop off so we had to make sure our tires didn't go off the edge. The restrooms were OK; I didn't care for the showers because although the showers themselves were private, there was no room for dressing so you're forced to do so out in the open right next to the sinks. This should be improved. There is no campstore but the park is a short drive to numerous stores and restaurants. The beach area is pretty and has a nice playground. Over the air TV netted over a dozen stations and the At&t cell signal was strong. - Fdwt994
Oct 2018 - $13.00
This was our second Corps of Engineers campground and it was an absolutely spectacular one on the shores of J. Percy Priest Lake. We were in site #13 which the ranger told us at check-in was "one of the sites that people try for years to get". We soon saw why. It was like our own private park...huge grassy lawn, sandy beach, long, straight driveway, large picnic and camping area. All sites on the lake are just as beautiful, and the ones not on the lake also spacious and private. We were there mid-week and the 60-site campground was almost full, a testimony to its popularity. There was a swimming beach, playground and boat ramp on site. We took a walk down to the day-use boat ramp and public park which were equally as beautiful as the campground. The one shower house was a bit of a hike but we didn't mind since they were quite clean and the walk did us good. There was also a separate bath house a little down the road. I can't say enough about this place and hope to return some day. - Debbie Collison
Oct 2018 - $11.00
Sites are very large, level and semi-private in a forest setting. There is some aircraft traffic from the nearby airport but it was not objectionable. We had a spectacular view of the lake and enjoyed the evening sunsets over the water. Great fire rings with cooking grates in good condition. We were visited one morning by 7 deer that grazed at our campsite while we were having our morning coffee. Overall, the site was small size gravel but fairly clean. Some mud had washed down into the parking area due to recent heavy rains but that did not cause a problem. There is no wi-fi or cable but we had good Verizon cell coverage and local TV reception was strong. This campground provided more of a classic camping experience due to the woodland setting and lack of some amenities such as wi-fi and sewer connections. Good dump station at the park entrance/exit. We added this park to our favorites listing. - Revvie
Aug 2018 - $14.00
87 campsites, many are pull-thru and about 20 are waterfront. Only two shower houses each with two showers for men and same for women. The shower houses and an additional rest room are all uphill from the lake area and the dirt paths to them are muddy slip-n-slides when it rains. Our hitch dragged getting up the steep gravel drive to our spacious level site. Many waterfront sites appear to be very challenging to get a level setup as they slope in all directions. Paved interior one-way road was easy to navigate. Quiet shaded campground on a COE lake. - Appleknocker
Jun 2018 - $20.00
We stayed in site 13-15 during a heat wave. Every day storms came thru, so humidity and heat made it nearly unbearable. Thank goodness for ac. Husband thought it was great place and would stay again, but he'd have to do it without me. I prefer more sunshine than was able to get thru the thick tree cover. Staff very nice! Site was up an incline, but very level. We had a slight view of the lake from our site. The birds were hidden from sight, but they sang constantly, very pretty sounds. - max7_3
Jun 2018 - $20.00
Excellent campground right on a Corps of Engineers lake. Site was remarkably level for this type of facility. I did not have to block up a 32 ft rig at all. Many of the sites are lakeside. Excellent staff. A great place to stay if you're in the Nashville TN area. - OhioBill