5 Parks near Nashville, Tennessee
Jul 2015 - $69.00
I bristled at the suggestion of paying $69 for a KOA site initially. Then, I saw the park. This is the nicest KOA I've seen to date. Plus, the staff at the reception center set the tone right away: they were courteous and professional on a scale that transcends other parks. It is spacious, neatly manicured. All facilities are well maintained and spotless. - Andy KayCee & Havana
Jul 2015 - $81.00
Very nice park, best KOA I have stayed in. Well organized and not too tight. VZW data only had 1-2 bars and slow speed, wifi was not any faster.
We would stay here again. - P & D
Jun 2015 - $65.00
I sent an email to the campground on 5/26 inquiring about our site since we were traveling with two young children. Never received a response. I called the campground on 6/4 to ask my question because of that. We checked in on 6/7 to find our site did not have a fire pit which I was told when we booked the site that all campsites had them. The "host" informed me that they were on backorder and he would get back to use to see what could be done. We cook over a fire. We never saw that "host" again which meant we had to rearrange our meals because they didn't follow through. The pool is not up to code and has the drains that suck children to the bottom. The pool was filthy and had a slime along with wall. I never saw anyone out there cleaning it. The showers by the pool had no hot water and the showers by the cabins smelled of sewage. We checked in on Sunday 6/7 and voiced the complaints we had at that time and called corporate on Tuesday 6/9 since no one had gotten back to us. By that time we had more concerns. The campground advertises Movie by the Pool and shows a picture on their site of kids floating in the pool watching the movie where in reality it's Movie behind the pool complete with your own family of mosquitos to join you. That was something our kids were looking forward to. The female "host" was rude and said she was too busy to bother with the phone while I was standing in the store. As we left on 6/11 after not hearing from anyone at the campground or corporate. We saw the owner and my boyfriend got out to speak to him. An email had been placed to the owner at the beginning of our stay with concerns as well and when we asked why we hadn't received a response we were told he was too busy with CMA week to worry about emails. KOA corporate has stated that we should have pretty much raised a stink during our stay in order to get something done and it was now too late. - LoriM
Jul 2015 - $10.00
Our rate was with the Senior National Park pass. The sites on this lakefront park have a paved area for your unit with water and electric (we had 50 amp) hook-ups only. There are a limited number of water-front sites. Interior roads are paved and each site has a concrete picnic table. Our firepit was filled with trash, as were some of the other vacant sites. Single washer/dryer laundry area was unappealing. You drive through an extended residential area to get to the park. Most sites are narrow back-ins so be careful as the pavement is well above the surrounding ground area. It was a good deal for the area. - R&S
Jun 2015 - $10.00
We overnighted here twice on a recent trip. It's a bit out of the way which is part of the allure in my opinion. We didn't use the restrooms or shower house, but a quick scan showed them as clean. There is a small beach here as it is on the Percy Priest Lake. No WiFi, but no matter to us. Quiet and peaceful, level sites for the most part. Water and electric are part of the pricing, with no sewer, but a dump site is available. We stayed in site #1 and it was plenty big enough for our 39 ft and truck. Saw rabbits, squirrel and deer on our site. We would definitely stay here again. Our price reflected the the 1/2 price of having the Federal Senior Properties Pass (America the Beautiful). - tjsprinter
Apr 2015 - $10.00
Beautiful COE campground; we found sites easy to navigate. The dump station is a bit tricky for a big rig. Sites offer paved spots with a patio including fire ring and large concrete picnic table. Very serene. Verizon and Sprint connectivity both good. Satellite connectivity only possible if near the beach and using a remote receiver with a very long cable to reach the beach, as the campground is heavily wooded. - Pktva
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
Jul 2015 - $34.00
The park was clean and well maintained and the staff was friendly. Their late check-in was perfect - something we typically need.
It was convenient having Camping World next door and there were plenty of places to eat right up the road. We ended up extending our stay by a day because we were so close to so many things to see and do. It's not far to the Grand Ole Opry, shopping, various museums, and all things Nashville.
We had plenty of shade and a level site and the pool was well maintained. I used the laundry and it was clean and had AC; however it was costly to use the dryer. We would definitely stay here again and rank it as one of the better parks we've stayed at. It was considerably cheaper than the park next door - which is always a plus. We were in a 25 foot RV. - Rjjjbrown
Jun 2015 - $52.00
The site was dirt/gravel mix with a concrete pad. The roads are gravel/dirt but with puddles. Staff was really friendly. - Michael47
Jun 2015 - $35.00
We stayed here the week of CMA Fest. We were in site 1, a back in site with water and 30 amp electric. This is our second time to stay here in two years. Regarding the puddles mentioned, yes it rained like a son of a gun at night but the staff was out the next day doing their best to sweep the water to remove puddles. What more can you ask? The site was level and had partial shade. Very well equipped store. Friendly. The pool was clean and well used. Laundry was antiquated but usable. We would definitely stay here again. Would have been a 10 except for laundry. - DigMyPast
Jul 2015 - $40.00
Average, pull thru site, no help in finding site, tho. Full services, close proximity to Opry Mills shopping, north side of city. Not an easy off and on highway, tho. Would stay again when in Nashville. - Genielady
Jul 2015 - $51.00
We have stayed at other Yogi Bear Parks and they have always been very good, good staff, and good amenities. They cater to families and kids but that was no problem as we had a site well in the back away from all the activities. Quite at night.
I did want to mention there are two other parks virtually next door Two Rivers and KOA Nashville - they are equally as good from what I saw and there are no less than three RV dealers including Camping World. The OPRY hotel is about two miles away.
Our sight was a pull thru easy to get in and out of - all have shade trees. My wife did the laundry and they have two to choose from.
It is a little pricy at $51. a night but, you are paying for location which was OK.
We would stay here again. - Larry Jenkins
Jul 2015 - $58.00
The campground is located well for visiting Music Valley. It has level sites and full hookup. The cabel TV was excellent, but the wifi was very poor. There was planned activities for the childern including arts and crafts, firetruck ride, hay ride and the pool was very nice. There is even a small adequate goffy golf on site. All activities are a part of the camping fee. The sites are crushed stone and half the road ways are paved. I would stay here again, espically if I were traveling with grandchildren again. - Alabama Jim