This is truly an awesome place. Very unique with the RV&B concept. The owners/hosts are two of the nicest people we have ever met, and they go above and beyond to make your stay the best ever. They will map out scenic drives for you, tell you interesting places to stop on your drive, tell you about great places to eat (including the best ice cream ever). They are very knowledgeable about the area. The sign on their entrance gate says "Welcome Home" and that is how they want you to feel: like you've just arrived "home," and they do a great job making you feel that way. Staying here is so relaxing and peaceful. The views of the mountains are spectacular. We really enjoyed sitting in the gazebo with a glass of wine and watching the sun set over the mountains. We opted for the breakfast one morning, and it was absolutely delicious. Homemade baked goods, eggs (from their chickens) with spinach and tomatoes, honey (from their bees), oatmeal, fresh fruit, bacon, etc. We would have done breakfast every morning if we hadn't been trying to lose weight and trying not to eat too much. I just can't say enough about this place and the owners. We really hated to leave; as it was, we stayed 2 days longer than we had planned, because we didn't want to leave. We will definitely be back.
This is a beautiful Corps of Engineers park with many beautiful lakefront sites. Even the sites that aren't right on the lake are very nice. It's close enough to drive into downtown Nashville (about half an hour) and also to the Grand Ole Opry (about 20 minutes), yet it is so nice to be "out in the country" and away from the hustle and bustle. The price we paid is with the Golden Age Pass.