This place was great. Tucked far off the main roads and right on a lake. The hosts went out of their way to get me a spot for the weekend. The place was full, but everything is spread out, so its not like you are right on top of each other. There is a beach/swimming/fishing area that was nice. Great value, great place to camp. Will definitely be back. We camped at Cedar Creek COE in a Travel Trailer.
Tips for other Campers:
The marina just a block away had great seafood, for being middle TN!!! And a BP gas station about 1.5 miles away.
Date of Stay: October, 2013 - $20.00
We stayed here 6 nights while in the Nashville area and enjoyed our stay very much. Coming in, you go through a residential area (some of it pretty high end) that ends at the park with a pretty tight left turn to get in. The roads in the park are all paved, but pretty narrow, made even narrower in a few spots by big trees on both sides. The sites are all on circles, so even with the narrow roads, backing in is not much of a problem (there are no pull thrus). The sites are crushed limestone (ours was freshly raked) with a wood picnic table, fire pit, and lantern hook. Water pressure was good as was the electric. The bathhouses were clean, but pretty old. The dump station was fine, but a little tight maneuvering. The park is 35-40 minutes from downtown Nashville and 25-30 minutes from the Grand Ole Opry. We would stay again. We camped at Cedar Creek COE in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: September, 2013 - $11.00
Price reflects senior pass. We enjoyed our 9 day stay here. Campground is very nice & clean, lawn is manicured. The road in the campground is narrow & so are some sites, took several tries to back in. Restrooms/showers are very clean, they could use some ventilation. The older lady at check in was very grumpy but gave her the benefit of the doubt & thought she was having a bad day. Second time we had to deal with her she was just as bad. Never saw her smile once the whole time we were there & she never returned a hand wave. Other than that we would stay here again if in the area. We camped at Cedar Creek COE in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: April, 2013 - $12.00
This is a very clean and neat park. The only reason I rated it an "8" is due to the fact that inside the park turns are tight and roads narrow. This park is tight for larger rigs. We stayed here in a 45' motorhome. You can navigate, but you might have to "jockey" back and forth to get your right angle. The road to the park is very narrow in places and the entrance to the park is a sharp left turn around the check-in house. We have stayed here before and will probably continue to come here despite its drawbacks. We camped at Cedar Creek COE in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: April, 2013 - $20.00
We stayed here almost 2 weeks. This is one of our favorite parks and we've stayed here numerous times. It's close to the city but has the feel of being in the country. The only thing that would make this park perfect is if it had sewer hookups. We camped at Cedar Creek COE in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: October, 2012 - $20.00
Camped here over Columbus Day weekend for five nights. Somewhat surprised to find the CG at the end of a road through a residential neighborhood. However, what a surprise it was! Beautiful large level sites, some with concrete pads and patios, the rest with gravel. Sites off of loops (there was about six) which nicely breaks up the traditional row upon row of RV's. This CG is on Old Hickory Lake which is a beautiful setting, looking more like a river than lake. Shower/Restrooms were spotless and cleaned every morning by 9 am. There were only two facilities open so there was a bit of a walk to them. The new facility was a combination of shower and toilet and sink in your own private room with about ten stations in the building. Excellent! The work camper husband and wife who ran the CG were friendly and helpful with RV questions. This campground is located 17 miles from downtown Nashville and a lot closer to Opryland and Opryland Resort. That is why we chose it, about a 25 minute ride with an easy to follow route. Only reason my wife and I don't give Cedar Creek a 10 is the gravel sites tend to track a lot of gravel into your RV (I know, picky). And moreover, some sites such as ours backed up to a public access road leading to picnic areas by the lake beach front and a boat launch ramp. At night there was a reasonable amount of vehicles going in and out of this area and it made us feel like our outdoor equipment such as chairs and grill etc. were out and exposed. Kept the porch light on all night which I never do. One more point, we have not camped anywhere else that so many people walk through campsites then we experienced here. We would definitely camp here again though because the the positives and beauty far out weigh our minor complaints. We camped at Cedar Creek COE in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: October, 2012 - $10.00
Shore power is a good 30/50amp, sewer is good, Water pressure is 120psi. The pressure was so high it blew the top off of our water filter canister. Be very cautious using the water. Sprint and Verizon Air Cards signals are not very strong. This is a strange layout for a park. Sites are on small circular areas. Easy to back into our site but the narrow one way roads make it difficult to maneuver. Need to watch out for low branches. One M/H ran into some old dead branches from a nearby tree. Plenty of room between sites and they are wide enough for most RV's. We could park our 38ft RV and tow vehicle on the entire site. We did not use the restrooms or laundry. DirecTV on a tripod was accessible but may not be in all sites. 50% discount for Golden Passports. We would stay here again. We camped at Cedar Creek COE in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: September, 2012 - $12.00
Another excellent COE campground! While roads are narrow, they are well paved and we had no difficulty with our 37' coach including the somewhat tricky dump site. The water pressure at our site was over 100 psi and required a regulator. We were right on the lake and could still get our rooftop satellite dish to work although there are not many sites on the lake that are open to the southern sky. There is also a very nice restaurant at the adjacent marina. We liked the campground and Mt. Juliet area very much and will visit here again. We camped at Cedar Creek COE in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2012 - $10.00
Old park obviously not designed for 42' MH, though it says it is. Very narrow road to CG. Entry tight, impossible to get to dump station due to trees. Six days and never dumped. Laundry facilities consisted of one washer and one dryer, outside, and out of order. Obviously had not been used in a while. Camp host not exactly friendly. On beautiful lake, and many sites right on water. Good place for smaller rigs. We were there with senior pass discount. We camped at Cedar Creek COE in a Motorhome.
The campground is nicely laid out with good facilities. There is a swimming area next to the campground and a boat ramp. The older shower house could use a bit of work, but the newer shower house is much nicer. The camp ground is kept very clean. It is fairly convenient to get to Nashville area attractions. We camped at Cedar Creek COE in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: March, 2012 - $10.00
Nice COE park. Would be a 10 if it had sewer. Our Verizon cell and MiFi worked fine and we were able to get satellite TV in our site. There is lots of trees so some sites probably do not have reception. We would definitely stay again. We camped at Cedar Creek COE in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: March, 2012 - $10.00
This campground is more like a park than a campground. It is set among beautiful large trees and there is not much low vegetation so even many of the non-waterfront sites have a view of the lake. Sites are pretty close together but the "pinwheel" design makes many of the sites feel very private and separate. Well maintained like other COE campgrounds. Downtown Nashville was about a 30 minute drive away, so not as close as Seven Points campground. Rate we paid was with the senior access pass. We camped at Cedar Creek COE in a Fifth Wheel.
Beautiful, manicured park with back-in sites arranged in circular patterns. Clean restrooms with individual units each containing toilet, sink and shower. Good Internet with Verizon card. Satellite friendly (mostly). Many shaded sites and all very level. The road in from the main road is narrow with no shoulder through a residential area with a couple of tight turns. We camped at Cedar Creek COE in a Motorhome.
What a great park. Beautifully laid out sites in a clover leaf pattern with views of the Lake. Unusual for a COE campground it had 50 AMP service though there is no sewage - just a dump site. Very tight turn for a large unit to get to the dump site but that is my only criticism. Rate was for a Golden Age Pass. We camped at Cedar Creek COE in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: April, 2011 - $20.00
A beautiful and quiet park where all sites have at least some view of the lake. All the roads are paved but are narrow which causes a problem for the longer units as it is impossible to make the loop turns and stay on the pavement. There also needs to be some overhead tree limb removal as several brushed against the top of the RV. The sites are either gravel or concrete. The hosts were extremely nice and helpful recommending several very good restaurants and assisting with the purchase of firewood. This is one of the few COE parks where all sites can be reserved (which I really like) and the park was completely full. We will definitely visit this park again. We camped at Cedar Creek COE in a Motorhome.