5 Parks near Nashville, Tennessee
Oct 2015 - $61.00
Stayed two nights to visit friends. Campground gets its rating because of its location. There are a lot of sites but the associated facilities and services are very limited. It wouldn't be a park to spend a lot of time in. The pool is very small, the bath houses are small, the campsites are close together. We had a deluxe site. It was a grass site. The site was not long enough that our car could stay attached to our 40' coach. Cable worked well, Internet was slow. The place was very nicely maintained. - 12858
Sep 2015 - $55.00
Located very close to freeway, so very noisy. Sites are paved and level, but very tight. Did have partial shade. Used laundry, which was expensive. Felt the sites were also over priced considering the size and noise level. We were there to visit friends, not for the "scene". - SAU51
Sep 2015 - $65.00
Upgraded our site to paved pull thru with nice outdoor furniture already on site. Pool was great, some shade and cable tv. Only downside was my wifi only got a signal in the middle of the night! Dog park wasn't huge but enough to throw the ball. Major plus having someone to help you get tickets, inform you of things to see and the shuttle to downtown was perfect. - Romin2007
Sep 2015 - $12.00
Rate reflects the America Beautiful Senior pass. Very beautiful and quiet campground. We were in site 13 which had a very long back-in. We observed lots of water foul, and a couple of deer. Verizon wifi worked fine. 150 feet of coax to get a satellite signal on the tailgater. Reservations are strongly recommended. Our GPS took us around-the-world to get there. We later found the most direct route, so take some time consulting a map. - simonsrf
Sep 2015 - $12.00
A total hidden gem for a very good price and so beautiful. Sites are very long and 2/3 are very level. Reservations are almost a must. The reservation site shows the sites so you can find a level one if in a motorhome. One of the nicest parks I have ever been in. 50 amp service with water and with an antenna you can pick up 35+ stations. We stayed right on the lake. - signaloil
Aug 2015 - $20.00
No sewer, no wifi, no cable so I can't give it a high rating, but very cheap. Pretty place with the lake and trees. Sites are narrow asphalt for the RV but have a large stone/dirt patio area. Some sites can get a satellite lock. Verizon signal is weak but useable. 15 minutes from the Grand Ole Opry. Many sites are very far apart so smoke from camp fires is not a problem if you get one of those. The road is a one way circle so be prepared to wait for people that are backing into there site or hooking up the car to tow. - pcmike
Apr 2015 - $35.00
Hard to rate a parking lot. No rating for service, no idea where the people collecting money are located. No rating for cleanliness, it's a gravel and asphalt lot with a plug, a faucet and a hole. Front row seats to the weekend flea market across the street. No campsite numbers, just power poles in the ground at the back of back-in spaces. It is completely surrounded, on every side, by train tracks so if you are a light sleeper, it might be a problem. - PERRELLAS
Mar 2014 - $35.00
It's hard to rate this park because it isn't fair to compare it to most rv parks. If you know what you are getting here, it probably rates higher than the 5 I gave it. If you try to compare it to a "normal" rv park, it would probably rate lower. Thus, the mid-range score. It's all about the location--close, easy access to interstates, downtown, and to major shopping centers. And the price is much better than those nicer parks that are further out of town. We felt quite secure here, even though the neighborhood ranges from industrial to low income housing. We stayed a Tuesday & Wednesday. Wednesday night flea market vendors started showing up, and told us (very politely) that other vendors would be coming in starting Thursday and we were "in their spot." Okay with us since we were leaving then, anyway. We didn't call ahead, and we were never contacted by anyone to collect payment. Utilities include sewer, water and electric, and the sewer was just an open hole in the ground--no cover, but worked okay. We would stay here again. - MissMyGolden
Jul 2013 - $35.00
This isn't a campground, but a vendor RV parking for the fairgrounds. If there isn't an event, the lot is fairly empty. It's first come first serve and good for just staying over night, which was all we needed for our visit. Even though in the city, we felt safe and it was quiet except for racing at the track on the grounds on Sunday afternoon. We would stay here again. - the burtons
Oct 2015 - $35.00
This park is close to everything in Nashville. The clerk needs some help service is slow but that's not her fault. The sites are close but clean. There was no beaker on the electric outlet which I think is not good but overall I would return because of the proximity to everything. - smoky40
Sep 2015 - $46.00
We had no severe issues. The internet barely worked.. it pretty much didn't work. I'd stay here again. Excellent location to tour Nashville without a car. Shuttle bus was $10 per person roundtrip. Excellent service. I thought the spaces were a good size, nothing too close but close enough. It did rain a lot and the "road" turned into a lake but it drained quickly and it did not directly affect us. Spot we had was level. - Yellow Submarine
Sep 2015 - $47.00
Hubby was working in Nashville for the week, so the dogs and I came along. We had heard good things about Two Rivers, so we gave it a shot for the week. It was a nice place to stay, although the spots seemed rather close to us. The dog areas are up near the very busy road, which took the dogs a day or two to get used to.
We were in spot #113, over on the Camping World side, but there was no noise or anything that made that bothersome. We did have trees behind us, but that didn't hamper us being able to get a DirecTV signal on the satellite. Our neighbors moved to another spot, because they woke up to what they thought was rain, but it was sap poring down from the tree hanging over their rig. The sap was lol over their dogs paws, which was also messy.
Note: The picnic tables are the tiniest little tables I have ever seen. I did see four adults eating at one, but we considered them two-people tables.
I have to give kudos to the two grounds/maintenance guys, who were always busy cleaning up after trashy people, trimming tree limbs, blowing leaves, etc. They noticed that our water was dripping at the spigot, came over and added a washer for us, fixing the problem. Very nice.
We did drive down to check out the KOA, and if we returned, we would probably give the KOA a try. The spots seemed a little wider and the whole place was very nicely landscaped. I have friends who have stayed at both Two Rivers and the KOA, and both places get great reviews.
We would stay here again! - Nekkidfish
Sep 2015 - $34.00
Staff was very accommodating and friendly. All sites are pull thru. There are other campgrounds close by, but with my experience here I'll be coming back. This is a great location to see what's in Nashville. - Lindas Old Man
Sep 2015 - $30.00
Stayed one night. Most of the sites here are pull thru with full hookups. Free cable and WiFi which were good. The roads and sites are dirt. Friendly staff and quick checkin. Stayed in a Mootorhome. Will stay again when in the area. - philandterri35
Sep 2015 - $70.00
Staff very helpful. We had a problem with their water pressure so when we told them about it, they tried to fix it. When they couldn't, they gave us a free night. Then they even gave us a 20% discount for our next visit. Don't miss this park. Easy access to everything in Nashville. - jhowell