21 Parks near Mt Juliet, Tennessee
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
Sep 2016 - $20.00
Most Sites are in a circle but lots grass room. Some sites are tight but ours was fine. Very quite and peaceful. Lot was very clean and level. First trip here but we will be back soon. - Campingfamily4life
Aug 2016 - $10.00
Nice open campsites with loops of approximately 6 or 7 campsites within a tight circle so can be a little tricky getting in and out. The sites were level and mostly treed but not all sites. Many had boards around the patio without any drainage so it was a small pool area when it rained, try to pick the site visually rather than online like we did. The restrooms are an all in one with no ventilation, therefore very humid and hot in July. The campground is on a nice lake with a boat ramp and swimming area. About 30 minutes from Nashville. - SGF
Jun 2016 - $20.00
Very nice campground. The interior loop spots are well spaced and angled so that you're not looking at your neighbor's camper side when sitting out. The waterfront spaces are stunning, with large separation between sites and angled for nice privacy from the road and views of the lake. Only a few spots in the park appeared to require some blocking to achieve a level rig. The majority of the sites were very level.
The newer bath house near the dump location has individual unisex rooms instead of separate male/female sides. Each is very roomy with the sink, toilet and shower. The older shower house on the other side of the park on the way out of the park is not so nice.....avoid it unless you can't make it to the other side of the park.
There is a very nice beach that is part of the park, but not much else at the park. We stayed here 3 nights while visiting Nashville. It is very close to The Hermitage, and not very far from Opryland. It's about 30 minutes from downtown Nashville. We would stay again. - GA Bob
Jul 2016 - $12.00
The public roads in are small but the roads in the CG are fine. The trees are old and large, very shady. The lake/river is large at the point, just OK for wading and swimming but looked very good for boating.
The site was very nice, a patio that overlooked the lake (through the trees). - Jlcamper
Jul 2016 - $20.00
This is a small campground: less than 30 sites. The sites are gravel, large, level and clean. Nice picnic tables and fire pits. Sites 10-15 on the waterfront are very nice. No hiking but beautiful sites. - RosalitaAS
Sep 2015 - $24.00
This park was beautiful. We had to set up in the rain and loved that it was on a slab. It was very peaceful and quiet. There was a playground for the little ones. Lots of squirrels everywhere. - Campingfamily4life
Oct 2016 - $11.00
This was such a nice Campground! It was close to Nashville and so much cheaper. The only thing it doesn't have is sewer but it does have a single dump area. The sites are all concrete and paved, they look newly reworked too. The sites by the water have stairs down and almost all sites have super long driveways. It's private and spacious but you can still see other campers. Plus the sunrise and sunset from the lake were beautiful! - LaurenP
Sep 2016 - $10.00
The park facilities were clean, the camping area well laid out, and quiet. Plenty of room to maneuver our 34' fifth wheel. The park is pretty with many trees and a beautiful lake. Access to Nashville activities was easy and only 15-30 minute drive to most attractions. We really enjoyed our five night stay at this campground. - Jayhawkfan
Aug 2016 - $22.00
We have camped at many COE parks in the past including Seven Points. It seems that maintenance and upkeep have gone to the wayside here at Seven Points. The grass was extremely high in places, almost to your knees in some. The bath house (1) is in need of some serious upgrades, clean but well worn. The one bath house and one restroom ran out of toilet paper over the week end and the host stated it wasn't his job to furnish extra rolls, the cleaning crews took care of that.
The one dump station is installed backward, with the rinse hose connection on the wrong side of the RV. Also, the dump station is really tight, curved and narrow, making it hard to get your big rig in without running over the curb and possibly damaging your tire sidewall, be careful.
Another problem with Seven Points, with today's large RV's, the roads in the campground are fairly narrow which makes it very hard to back your rig into some sites, without getting front tires into the side ditch.
But, overall, if you look over the minuses and look only at the positives, Seven Points is still a great place to camp. Wonderful views and normally very quiet and peaceful and very convenient to the Nashville sights and sounds. I just hope that maintenance is not falling to the wayside. Normally COE parks are a great place to camp and very well kept. - Jimmymike
Oct 2016 - $55.00
This is the noisiest park we've stayed at, with neighbors playing their outdoor speakers all evening; no one seems to be running the place. Cable TV was out; WiFi at office only. - JBL
Aug 2016 - $39.00
This was our first stay at this campgrounds. Adjacent to the campgrounds there is a water park that I believe is owned by Northville Shores. I also believe that the water park came before the campground. The sites are well maintained on concrete slabs. Some sites are within arms reach of each other. If you are planning to have a relaxing and quite stay you should know that the music from the water park starts at 10am and continues until closing at 8 or 9pm. There is no WiFi in the campground, you have to go to the office to use it and I have been told by another camper that they charge $5.00 for its use. The pool is in the water park so you will have to pay to enter the park They do give campers a discount. They have priced it so you have to buy a season pass if you plan to use it more than one day. The water front sites are not accessible due to a fence. No access to the lake except near the boat launch site. I for one do not recommend this camp ground. Our neighbor started to remove the axle on there travel trailer at 7:00am. It seems they don't inspect for these things. - Stedy
Apr 2016 - $39.00
This is primarily a waterpark/marina and I would imagine during the summer months is extremely crowded and loud. We stayed here in their off season so the park was pretty empty and the waterpark was not yet open. The staff here is very friendly and very helpful. The park is located close to town, with shopping and attractions close by. The sites are concrete and some are level, but there are large concrete columns placed randomly throughout the area that, combined with the tight turns and narrow roads, make for some interesting navigation in a 45 foot rig. While here, we saw a couple rigs get caught up on the concrete curb while negotiating the tight turns. As long as you're careful driving around the interior of the park, this is a nice place to stay. - WhiskeyMan
2100 Safari Camp Rd. Lebanon, Tennessee 37090 (map) | (615) 449-5527
Sites: 100 | Latest Rate: $35.00 | 108 Reviews
Oct 2016 - $35.00
This was an overnight stop for us on our way west. This is an old and not updated CG. The roads are tight and narrow as are the sites. The class A next to us had to wait for us to leave in the morning in order for him to get out. It was very close to the highway, but not all that easy to get to. Yes, plenty of road noise. I will try to chose another campground if I come this way again. - SchnoodleCamp
Sep 2016 - $40.00
The trip off the highway to the campground caused damage to the paint of our RV and also whacked our antenna by low hanging branches. The road is extremely narrow and an oncoming truck made it more difficult to avoid the bushes with no shoulder.
Separated from I 40 by a thin strip of trees, the noise at the campground wasn't as bad as it could have been. The pool is right in front along with a few cabins and the main office and store and lovely landscaping. The sign for Parking for the Boss took us by surprise. The boss should be content to park on the back sixty if it means there's more room for customers.
The road to the sites is narrow. The sites couldn't be more socked in. We were worried about getting out in the morning but a kind neighbor pulled her truck out of the way for us. Many sites have more than one vehicle which added to the chaos.
Lovely outbuildings and pool. Extremely family-friendly. Lots of very happy appearing kids and their parents. Surrounded by rolling hills.
Surprisingly, we had a quiet night, but once morning came, it was time to get out of there. - nickypoo
Aug 2016 - $41.00
We stay here almost every year while we visit relatives. The park is quiet. A few sites are satellite friendly & we were lucky enough to get one this time. Our site was level enough & the hook ups were well placed. We also got antenna signal. There is WiFi but no cable. The interior roads could use some grading & they are kind of narrow making it difficult to exit the park with our big rig. They have a huge field for exercising your dog. They have a nice pool, too. Picnic tables are new. - Connie's Co-Owner
Jun 2016 - $26.00
This campground did not live up to the expectations I've come to expect from a Corps of Engineers campground. It was somewhat overgrown and not very well kept. The website described our site as paved. In fact, it was gravel. Each site had a picnic table and fire ring.
Situated on the western shores of J. Percy Priest Lake, this campground is close to Nashville. This was a non-electric campground prior to 2012. A flood washed out several of the campsites and the Corps rebuilt 10 of sites with water and 50 amp electric service. Our site, #4, was spacious, but a bit of a challenge to back in to. It required backing off the main road, down and steep, off canter grade that really racked our motorhome's frame. I noticed several of the other sites appeared more difficult, if not impossible to access with a large motorhome. I don't think this access issue would affect those camping in travel trailers or 5th wheels. Once positioned on the site, everything was perfectly level. - moleary18
Sep 2016 - $63.00
This park is close to many of the Nashville sites. We had some issues with the cable TV when we arrived, the staff responded quickly and resolved the issue. Very nice park but was a little more expensive than some of the nearby parks. - GordoKat
Sep 2016 - $35.00
Generally a good park. Stayed for 2 days but had to move sites after the first night. Trees were dropping nuts all day and night, keeping us up at night and scaring the dog. Staff was very helpful in this process. Trees also hindered satellite TV reception. There is room between sites and generally level gravel. Not many children this time of year so the park was very quiet and kid activities non existent. Park is convenient to Opry Land hotel and many restaurants. - 2sunkid
Sep 2016 - $60.00
Our family has stayed at "The Yogi" many weekends during the summer for the last 5 years and have always enjoyed our stay. The main reason that we spend the extra $$ and stay at this park is because the kids love Yogi Bear and in the past there was always an "engaged" staff for exciting activities, hey-hey rides and character interaction. Recent management changes are noticeable and the staff seems less engaging, especially with the kids/activities.-there was no singing on the hey-hey ride and very little excitement with the pool activities. I don't think that we will stay here in the future unless the new management addresses/corrects this issue, I know that good help is hard to find, but for the extra $$ my expectations run much higher. - BTR007
Oct 2016 - $50.00
This park is in a great location for your visit to Nashville area. This was the our second stay at this park. Camping World is located next door. The sites are gravel pad with concrete porch. Cable TV and WiFi were available, but we did not use. All the utilities worked well; however, the water pressure seemed low, but it wasn't a problem. - Gary T
Sep 2016 - $50.00
A nice park with full hookups that work well including cable and WiFi. Paved roads and gravel pads are a little closely spaced but roomy enough for easy parking for even the biggest rigs. Office crew are friendly and full of information about the area and they can provide show tickets and shuttle into town if wanted. Decent little store, nice pool, nice clean bathroom/shower facilities and laundry is available. I was surprised at how quiet the park is considering how close the highway is but didn't hear any traffic noise at night. Need RV supplies? There are two large dealers on either side of the park including Camping World. Get gas just after leaving the highway and turning toward the park; it's the only one by the park. Quite full when we were here so I think reservations are a good idea. - utchaps
Sep 2016 - $62.00
This was our second time staying here while in the Nashville area. It is a convenient location to the Nashville area. Our site was not very level (side to side) and I had to block all three axles on the driver's side to compensate for the drop off. Our gravel back-in site had its hookups located at the very rear of the site--requiring two sections of sewer hose and not being the most convenient. The access roads are paved, the staff are friendly and the WiFi is pretty good by RV park standards. There is a decent swimming pool near the office. There is no recycling on site and for an RV park this large, in this day and age, that is not acceptable. The daily rate, even with a military discount, is still a bit pricey but, overall, we would still probably stay here again if we were in the area. - Byron Bailey
Oct 2016 - $80.00
We had reservations for 3 consecutive nights and had to change site every day. People were extremely non-caring and rude which made you feel they were over worked and under paid. One worker bragged about the enjoyment of turning campers away without reservations. - Travel Well
Oct 2016 - $78.00
We stayed in one of their patio sites. Although very expensive, and with lots of road noise from the Briley Parkway nearby, this is quite a well-maintained park and the patio sites they have put in are just beautiful. The only complaint I would have, is that there are extremely bright lights around the new pool and spa they put in, and we had to cover our bedroom windows to keep the lights out. They have been doing rennovating and construction at this park for what seems like years, but now it's all over and they have done a fine job. Everybody seems happy with the place. Camping Wold is right around the corner as well. One problem I am seeing and it's not only at this park, but others, are all the people watching their outside tv systems until all hours, with speakers on loud enough to hear 10 spaces a way. This feature is ok for a Nascar race, but so many rv's have them now, and play them rudely and without consideration of the other campers. We had a rig next to us, that would leave the tv and sound on all day, even while they were gone. Shame!! - elduque
Oct 2016 - $70.00
Very nice KOA near Opryland hotel, conference center, mall. The Premium sites are pull-through, paved, with patio and fire ring, not spaced too closely. Non-premium sites (though still expensive) are typical KOA: Very close, not paved. The facilities are very nice and newly remodeled. - expdek570