The road coming in is very dusty as are the interior roads. The electrical box is about 3 inches off the ground, causing me to kneel down on rocks to plug in. The water hookup is buried in the ground in a box. The site was sloped from front to back and steep enough that my jacks would not level the coach. There is a train track next to the park. I had intended to stay for 2 weeks to see all of Nashville, but only stayed a week. I would not stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The speed bumps going in are large and set off our jack alarms. Roads and sites are narrow. Trees in the way of the dish on top of our motorhome. Sites are close together except for the people that live there. Sites are gravel with a lot of grass growing through the gravel. Stayed a week and would not stay again. There was a lot of freeway noise. Not really close to sights and the shuttle is costly. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is newly remodeled and family owned. They have really done a nice job with making this a really nice park to stay at. There is a playground if you have little ones, laundry room, camping store with drinks and snacks if you need it, shade trees & a super nice staff. It is close to the interstate, which makes it close to all entertainment, dining, stores, grocery, and gas stations. They are wonderful people. This is a nice RV park and it has karaoke and live music on the weekend. They have the Southern charm and hospitality down pat. You won't go wrong in staying here. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This campground has new ownership and although much work has been done to fix it up, there's lots yet to do. People are very friendly and welcoming and we appreciate their efforts. Music and entertainment on the patio most nights. Bathrooms/showers are new and excellent in all regards. Wifi seldom worked, too many shabby RV's that doesn't offer a very comforting feeling. A noisy campground with traffic and trains that go thru pretty steady, right beside the campground, but at least the train doesn't blow it's horn. Hopefully in time to come much improvements will take place. We camped here in a Truck Camper.
Stayed at this park overnight while enroute north. Park seems to be an older park, but is in the process of being updated. Some sites were grass and gravel, others packed gravel, ground was soft and we left ruts in gravel and grass due to recent rains. Small amounts of Standing water on outside perimeter of park. Nice shade trees, and newly constructed office/multipurpose bldg. Access is a little tricky as there is construction on the bridges directly in front of the property (should be done in a few months). Pull thru sites were only 30 amp, 50 amp rigs have to back in. Backing in is a little snug, but doable. Folks are really nice, and very helpful. Rate of $25 was reasonable. Roads are somewhat narrow for large rigs, and are packed gravel. Looks like they are working on fixing the park up. Only caution is the freight trains that run beside the property. VERY loud locomotives all hours. If you are in your coach with AC on, noise is minimal. Did not go into new multipurpose bldg, so don't know if there is washer/dryer, playroom, etc. Pet friendly but you must pick up after your pet. Whoever stay at our site prior to us didn't clean up after their dog. Would stay again if need be. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.