For the area and price this was a good place to stay. We prefer State/National parks for the privacy and space. Staff was friendly, could have been more informative as it was our 1st trip to Nashville. Found out too late that we could have taken a trolley to town. Spaces were kind of close but since it was January the park wasn't full so we didn't feel too cramped. Would stay again if ever get back...unless we found a State Park, LOL. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a nice park. The attendents are very friendly and helpful. There is a shuttle that goes from the park to downtown Nashville. This is very convenient, the cost is $10 per person round trip. We had a pull through site and it was long enough for our 42' fifth wheel and truck. The sites and roads are packed down gravel. We will definitely stay again. We stayed three nights. We used our Good Sams Card. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a great campground in a great location. The well maintained facilities include full hook up sites with cable and Wi-Fi. Each site has a patio pad and picnic table. The sites are level. The friendly park staff patrol the park. Our stay was quiet and comfortable. A shuttle is also available to get you downtown and back. The shuttle is well worth it to avoid the parking and navigation hassles. It drops you in the center of the honkey tonk district and gets you back. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Back in spaces with 30 amp service, would not be good during the summer. The park has a run down appearance and could use a major renovation. Because of the number of people visiting Nashville the park was full. Nashville is in need of a "class A" park, it is great city to visit. Would try a different park next time. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great campground. The only negative is the Grayline tour bus garage next door. They work all night and can be very noisy. The owner advised that Camper World has purchased the Grayline property and it would be changed over in a few months. Super staff and very neat facility. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Campground was fairly clean. Sites were close, but not that bad. Water sewer and 30 amp electric were all good. Site was level and didn't need to do any blocking to make level. Office staff were helpful with making a tour and things to see. Store had a good supply of camping needs. We camped in a 32' travel and had enough room for our 2 slides. We have been here before and will return if in the area. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We had no reservation when we arrived. Checking in was easy. We had a back in site with W/E only. Price was discounted 10% and was for either back-in or pull through. The only thing available was a back-in. Neighbors had barking dog. Would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park has competent staff and a good concierge service. Otherwise, the water pressure is extremely low, the cable channel options are very limited, and the noise from frequent nightly entertainment and a tour bus maintenance facility next door make a undesirable stay. There are few park options in the Nashville area, as is true of most large cities, but I cannot recommend this park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Convenient to nearly all tourist interests. Clean, tidy, full service campground with nice, level sites. Staff was excellent, extremely helpful, spot on with recommendations. Local tours pickup at the office. Camping World on one side and another RV dealer on the other. Quiet and peaceful. Satellite setup was not difficult if you prefer it over cable TV. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice RV park, They even have nightly entertainment. A couple different country acts. A little high priced. This is the weekly rate. Very good location - 2 miles from Opryland. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
There are 3 RV parks right in a row and we didn't know this or we probably would have picked one of the others. Although this is a nice park, it is way over priced compared to others just as nice as we have stayed in for a lot less. The sites are little tight to get in, but we managed. They are very friendly and accommodating in the office. The park is relatively close to a lot of the sight seeing things in Nashville. KOA and JellyStone is right next to them and are cheaper. But, overall, it's a nice park. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We camped here for 5 nights. Close to most things in Nashville. Clean campground. Nightly entertainment was great. The staff at this campground maybe the best I have come across. Always had a smile on their face. Showers could be a little wider but that is my only complaint. We will definitely stay here again. Have stayed at the KOA before, but will stay here in the future. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The park needs some upgrades, the site was uneven, the cement pad was broken in many places, hard to walk around. Many of the pads were broken through out the park. We had another group in another motor home with us. It was way over priced and phone quote was much cheaper than when we arrived. Don't get a spot on the east side, there is a trucking firm next door, all night I heard trucks, people talking, air brakes and beeping from backing alarms! It was clean but hard to find trash cans. Office staff not helpful. Our site only had water and elecric for $57. I would not recommend this place, there are several nearby, go there! We camped here in a Motorhome.
The campground is close to downtown Nashville and the Opry. They have a downtown shuttle that picks you up right in front of the office for $10 round trip. The staff is willing to go out of their way for you. They provide a welcome pack with all the information on the area, as well as a map of local groceries, post office, Walmart, etc. The sites are level gravel, wide enough for slides and awning to be extended and the campground is spotless. They pick up trash from your site. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Nice RV park. Clean, well maintained, and very conveniently located. Grand Ole Opry and Gaylord's Opryland Hotel is only about one mile away. Take some time to go see the hotel. Its pretty impressive. Downtown Nashville is only about 15 miles and 15 minutes away. Upon arrival, the staff was efficient and professional, but not particularly friendly (1st reason for not rating a 10). The second reason for not giving a 10, and a common complaint of mine at other RV parks,, is the terrible Wi-Fi service. Weak signal, slow, and occasional disconnect. Yes, they have Wi-Fi, but barely. I would stay here again, because all in all, it's a nice park. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
I was very happy with this park. Good Sam discount. It had a great location, it was clean, well kept, good power. A small pool area, seemed nice. A shuttle bus from the campground will take you downtown, should you want to check out the bar scene one night. We did not have any issues with noise. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Located in the Music Valley area, close to the Grand Ole Opry and Opryland, the campground is one of four all lining the frontage road off Briley Parkway and right next to Camping World. The park staff was friendly and efficient at check in and offered all kinds of concierge service for the area's attractions. Park roads had numerous pot holes. Site width was decent and easy to back-in. Our gravel pad required leveling side to side and the concrete patio was cracked, but had a very nice picnic table. Electric service is primarily 30amp in the park and surprisingly didn't have a breaker in the pedestal. It wasn't a problem, but I don't like plugging in live especially when the water tap and the sewer is right there, too. The Wi-Fi service was horrible for the three days we stayed. After a day's rain there was a lot of standing water in the roadway and the ground around the RV was muddy. The cable TV service was very good. For an overnighter, the park is an option, but usually you get a pretty decent package for this price. Our impression is the park is taking advantage of its location and not putting enough back into maintenance. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Located in the Music Valley area, close to the Grand Ole Opry and Opryland, the campground is one of four all lining the frontage road off Briley Parkway and right next to Camping World. The park staff was friendly and efficient at check-in and offered all kinds of concierge service for the area's attractions. Park roads had numerous pot holes. Site width was decent and easy to back in. Our gravel pad required leveling side to side and the concrete patio was cracked but had a very nice picnic table. Electric service is primarily 30amp in the park and surprisingly didn't have a breaker in the pedestal. It wasn't a problem but I don't like plugging in live especially when the water tap and the sewer is right there too. The Wi-Fi service was horrible and non-existent for most the three days we stayed. After a day's rain there was a lot of standing water in the roadway and the ground around the RV was quite muddy. The cable TV service was very good. For an overnighter, Two Rivers is an option, but usually I would expect a much better than average park for this price. Our impression is they take advantage of its location and are not putting enough back into maintenance. We would check out one of the other campgrounds next time. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Winter rate with Good Sam. Paved roads in poor shape. Narrow, gravel sites, almost level. Some sites had standing water after rain, although ours drained well and stayed firm. Our pole tester showed reverse polarity, although adjacent four sites were OK, so probably isolated anomaly; wiring repaired immediately. Internet fast, but intermittent. Repair not started until third day, and not resolved by fourth day when we left. The park should have one day service response contract with its internet provider since the park's customers are mostly short timers and a 3-4 day response time leaves customers without the advertised service. Nice dog walk area (bags provided). For the price, compared to the two other nearby parks, would stay again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This large urban park is what it is - a short term parking spot close to the attractions. That said, it has trees and everything you need to be comfortable and the price is reasonable. Park roadways are paved but in rough shape with many potholes. All sites are gravel with a concrete patio with picnic table. There are no campfire rings. Water, cable, electricity, and sewer are appropriately located on the left side of the trailer. My site was not very level. Sites are close together. Office staff were busy but were friendly and helpful when I asked questions about visitor attractions. Verizon 4G cell coverage was excellent. WiFi at all times seemed even faster than my cable connection at home! Cable worked very well. There is a fair amount of highway noise. This was the Good Sam rate with tax. This was exactly what I wanted for our short visit. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Nice park with friendly staff. Located between RV dealer and a Camping World. There is a large mall nearby with good access to downtown. Sites are level with easy hookup. The showers are clean but a little small. Would stay there again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The good: great location to the hot spots in Nashville. Easy access for our 40' fiver. All hookups worked fine. Great staff. Fantastic light show next door for Christmas. The so-so: Some road noise but not too bad. Sites close together which was fine for us as we were travelling with friends. Sites a little short but manageable. We stayed for 4 days, and we enjoyed our stay. It is sandwiched between RV dealers and 2 other campgrounds. Did not bother us any but may bother some. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
People were very friendly. Host gave me the map with a couple sites blocked off. We had our choice of any of the others. I don't think you can do much better. We would stay here again. Came for all the Christmas shows: things are great ! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Older park with rough interior roads. Gravel site was level with cement patio and picnic table. Site spacing was adequate. Road noise outside the rig is quite noisy, and might be a problem for those with single pane windows. Park has a nice "feel." We would return. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Stayed here because it was a Good Sam park. We didn't receive discount and the staff was rude. Convenient place to stay & sites are adequate. Neat, clean park but has dated restrooms. May be forced to stay here again because of price. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice campground, though not many amenities. Very small park and small camp store. The staff was very nice and grounds crew were constantly working and cleaning. Spaces were adequate size, all with a concrete patio pad and picnic table. I did not see any fire rings. We will stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Mixed feelings about this park. Our site was level, hookups were fine but very close to our neighbors. Since most people are out sightseeing, this was not a problem; it was quiet all the time. The park was clean and staff very friendly. I was disappointed in the fact that we arrived on a Saturday afternoon and was told we missed the last shuttle service to downtown- at 2p.m.? I was disappointed that no one told us Sunday and Monday were blackout dates at the Grand Ole' Opry. I blame that mostly on myself for not doing more research on line. We did the backstage tour. The real disappointment was Monday morning when we checked out and the office and store was closed. Thought they were running a business? I wanted milk and bread. Other people were also looking to get into the store and shaking their heads in disbelief that the sign on the door read Closed. I got the impression they are under-staffed or just very independent. We saw enough of Nashville in the two days there, and enjoyed all we did, but probably will not return, and if we do, we will return to Two Rivers because of location and quietness. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is one nice place to spend your time in Nashville. The RV park motto is "come in as a customer and leave as a friend", fits this campground to a tee. The staff are out of this world, bend over backwards for you to make this place like home. I will be back. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a nice campground. The site was plenty of room even after we put out our 2 slides and awning. The full hookup work well. The campground was close to the Grand Ole Opry and new shopping center. The office had a fair supply of food supplies and camping things. The office gal helped us set up a tour of the Nashville area. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Camp store person answering the phone was rude. Sites were small and crowded. Camp was clean and well kept. Laundry was small (5 washers and 3 dryers) but clean. Campground was sandwiched between a bus yard and an RV store. Little shade in places. Few 50 amp sites. We moved after the first night. Would not stay there again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I was concerned about this park because we booked last minute without reading reviews. Once I read the bad reviews I expected problems. I can honestly say we didn't encounter what the previous posters did. The registration person was friendly & helpful. We didn't hear the bus & RV noise, but we also weren't in the 100# campsites. After a hard rain, there weren't any more puddles than would be expected. We walked around to inspect. I also didn't see rules posted everywhere, and I looked for them. The rules were normal rules and were on the park map/information sheet that is given at registration. Our site didn't have shade, but a lot of sites do. Our site was a little harder to level, but not a big deal. Other sites looked level. Cable worked fine, however the WiFi was slow so I used my own. There was plenty of space between sites. There is a shuttle that the desk can arrange to take you downtown if you don't want to drive. Opryland Hotel and restaurants are nearby. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is an older park which is quite close to the Opryland Hotel (short drive), which is a plus. But getting here from I-40 takes one through a gauntlet of freeways which can be intimidating at rush hour. If you do go here, do not accept any of the spots in the 100 section. These are on the right side of the park as you face the office. There is a Greyline bus depot next to the park and it is very noisy with motors running and backup alarms dinging. Also, that part of the park seems to be very low. We were in one of those spots when we first arrived and after a brief but heavy rain, we were surrounded by water. But here is the real problem with the park. There are no circuit breakers where you connect to power at your site. They have an old centralized system. In order to turn off the breaker before connecting, you must walk across the park to a centralized circuit box. Not sure if they have a breaker for each spot, but regardless, I would never stay here again because of this antiquated wiring. The owner claims they are up to code and have been “grandfathered in” due to the age of their park. Small comfort if one has an electrical problem. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Stayed here for a week while visiting family and going to the Opry and the tourist thing. I do not understand the great reviews on this campground, I found on the web. The park is squeezed between a RV sale/repair lot and the Grayline bus terminal. So you are treated to bus noise from early to late. Our site was 30ft from the RV repair lot, got to hear motorhomes running all day long. The Wi-Fi did work but was painfully slow, and cable TV worked only EARLY in the morning, the rest of the time it was unviewable. The pool was clean, and we did enjoy the Sunday evening concert by a local aspiring country artist. The park is close to the Opry and an easy drive to down town nightlife if you know the way without going back out on the interstate. The staff was not rude, but by no means friendly. Questions were answered, but with as few words as possible. You do not have to worry about following the rules in the park as they are posted everywhere you look. Doubtful we would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Our site #105 was underwater after overnight rain and unhooking was white-knuckled because there was no power shutoff switch. Shower stalls are very small, less than 3' wide in all directions. Difficult to use. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is an old campground with small, narrow sites, Unable to run the A/C, TV and Toaster together.Using all three tripped the circuit breaker on the outside box. We stayed one night. Would not stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
During our U.S. Tour, we didn't have reservations for all of the places we were going to visit. Yep, that is taking a chance but that is one way to have and learn to experience a fun journey. We were heading into Nashville, Tennessee, a day earlier than expected and we didn't have any reservations. We were taking a chance in the big city. We call from our cell phone while driving about 50 miles away from this establishment that was listed in our RV Directory Book. It was the closest and most centralized place for all of the fun activities during CMA Week. We were accepted for the three night stay (which was just before the CMA Awards) and we were elated because we had no idea at all of the CMA festivities. This park is extremely kind, goes out of their way to make sure you are happy and safe. They have entertainment on site with local hopefuls, a clean pool which smells good, wonderful people who keep the park CLEAN from the bathrooms to outside of your rig. Everyone has a great attitude and they even set up tours and activities for you. We went on a day long tour including lunch with a pick-up and drop off right outside of the office doors. Two Rivers Campground is very close to the Grand Ole Opry to which we had tickets for a show. The excitement, fun and kindness of this town was definitely transformed over to this wonderful RV establishment! Friendly, smiling, fun and the right place to stay when visiting the Grand Ole Opry and area. Great RV Spots and easy to drive to the spots. I highly recommend this place. When we are able to go back to TN, we will be making reservations here! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Park is very convenient to Opryland attractions and Grand Ole Opry. We were given lots of tourist information upon check-in, including coupons. Gravel roads and sites. We had to do some leveling. Dog walk area in the front. We were there during the record heat and shade is at a premium on most sites. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
The staff is efficient and generally friendly. The roads could use some minor work. Some of the site need to be leveled. It is quiet and convenient to most attractions. Camping World is next door. I would have no problem coming here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Location is convenient to Grand Ole Opry and Opry Mills shopping. Most sites have some shade. Good power and water. Camping World next door. Only a few sites are 50 amp. Nice swimming pool. Good Wi-Fi coverage. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Stayed for 11 days, wonderful place, outstanding associates. Interior roads could use a little work. Immaculate bathrooms and laundry. Next door to Camping World. Extra activities held were fun and an unexpected treat. Fun and wonderful RV park. Would highly recommend. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The people were friendly, and we were surprised the pool was open before Memorial Day. The sites and roads are stone and level. We had site 116, a back-in near the back of the park, and the trees along this row provide nice shade. You are only about a mile from the Grand Ole Opry, and easy on and off the major route to get here from I-40. You can go either direction on route 155 to get to downtown Nashville about 6 miles away. We have stayed in a campground up the street, and this campground is far better. There is a little traffic noise but not bad. The bath house is older, but clean. There is a large car show at the Titan Stadium this weekend - there are a lot of campers with cars, so it has been fun talking with exhibitors. We would stay here again, and it is within walking distance of a Camping World store down the street. Rate reflects Good Sam discount and includes tax. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A very nice campground. We enjoyed our stay. It was less expensive than some neighboring campgrounds. Had patios and lawns at every site. Wide roads make it easy to maneuver into the mostly back-in sites. Convenient to all the activities we wanted to enjoy while in Nashville. Only a few minutes away from the Grand Ole Opry. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great place to stay as far as location is concerned. Nice office and store with very friendly staff. Relatively clean park with level sites. This was our second stay there and both times the 30 amp sites we were given had high of voltage and would kick off our power at our surge protector in the evening when sites around us started using less power. When we complained we were told nothing they could do and that I could disconnect and bypass my protector. I just turned off the power each night when we went to bed. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Staff is friendly and helpful. Bathrooms are clean, but small. Sites are gravel with a concrete pad for a small picnic table with a small grass strip between sites. Some sites have trees. The presence of highway traffic noise is constant and at the present time there is early morning construction noise coming from next door. Camping World is within walking distance. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
From the road this campground looks very appealing, however the interior roads are gravel and very badly in need of new rock with many pot holes. Our site and a couple others we looked at were very poor and needing rock or some sort of resurfacing badly. Our site was more or less level with large trees on both sides providing some nice shade. So why give a 4 out of 10? It had rained on Thursday, pretty heavily in fact. Every place in the park was standing in water and our hookups were above my ankles in water, including the electric. It was not until the next day that I could even find the sewer connection. As it turned out, all of the connections were set lower than the site and basically surrounded by mud. When I finally got the electric box open, there was a 30amp plug with not breaker (removed, there was a hole for it) or way to shut it off before hooking up. We did not even hookup until the next morning because of the water standing around the electric. In the daylight, our pad was obviously broken and in terrible shape, a very small poured pad had a table on it. There are no fire rings and the sites are pretty close together. All sites are back-in and obviously this park is of older design set up for smaller TT’s. Our unit is not a long 5th wheel, but even it was almost too long for the sites. The staff was ok. This park is located well, but it needs some serious updating. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
An okay park located next to the bypass around Nashville - a very busy and noisy highway. Office staff friendly. Gravel/paved roads. Gravel sites with concrete picnic pads are pretty level. Water pressure and quality good. Bathhouse clean but it's a little tired and could stand an update. Trash pickup at site. No fires allowed. Would probably look at other places if we were to stay in this area again, mainly due to the road noise. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is probably the best RV park in the area it is located. Streets are getting run down as pavement broken up and dusty. The main staff woman is very pleasant and helpful. The others could use personnel training on how to deal with the public. Not that they were ignorant, but more disinterested in what your wants or concerns were. The men's showers are lacking any clothes/towel hooks in very small shower areas. Very inconvenient as you have to hang you clothes and towels over the edge of the shower stalls into the adjacent stall or toilet. Not very nice. Facilities such as sewer, water and electric were good. Sites sufficiently large but trees can interfere with awning use. I would stay here again, but if things were fixed up a bit I would rate the park higher. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a nice campground near all of the Opry attractions. The sites are gravel and level. The one drawback is that the RV dealer next door has very bright security lights which can be a bother if you are in the front of the campground. Sites toward the back are darker and quieter. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Park was quiet, friendly and clean. We had tornado warnings while I was here. Would have felt much better if the park management had come around and told their campers where to go in an emergency. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Staff was very friendly and helpful. They have a nice little store if you need something quick. Location to attractions is great but the park needs to have their long term residents clean up their sites. Unsightly sites will make us look for another park next time we are in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Above average park. Wide roads, mostly packed gravel; my site (505) was 1/2 bubble off level. Wi-Fi worked great. Cable tV worked fine, but limited channels. Weather was horrendous during stay. Rained every day (here 3 days), water everywhere, but when it stopped, it drained quickly. Other comments about location are right on. Shuttles are available for trip downtown. Front desk is knowledgable on sightseeing tours and locations and will make arrangements. Would definitely stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Convenient to Grand Ole Opry and minutes to downtown Nashville. The park is also cheaper than Jellystone on one side and the KOA park on the other. Still, the park is on a frontal road with an 8-lane highway beyond. Bright lights from RV dealer to the left. To the right, a staging area for Gray Line buses with constant back-up beeping day and night. Although they've just invested in new Wi-Fi equipment, it failed and worked only intermittently and unreliably for the week we were there. Water pressure was consistently poor. Sites were long enough but very narrow. Cable TV was snowy. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park has nothing special but everything works well, has easy access, all types of sites and is next door to Camping World which can't hurt if you've been traveling for a while. They can arrange tours to most of the Nashville attractions and offer a discount to a dinner theater next door. It's good value. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Just spent the night here while traveling through Nashville. Park was clean with friendly staff. Not much room between sites, but adequate. The only thing negative was the all night tour bus business next door with buses coming in all hours of the night. If you sleep with your windows open that might bother you. It was within walking distance of Camping World. I would stay here again for the convenient location. Staff offered to make tour arrangements for all the Nashville sites. That would have been a plus if we weren't just passing through. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rates shown here are for five weeks, plus electric. Great location, great value. Clean at all times. Cable, Wi-Fi was subpar, space allotment of sites was tight, but it’s a touristy area and that’s almost expected. Workers and owners were spectacular. Close to Opryland, downtown. Will definitely visit here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Basically run of the mill camp ground. Best priced one in the area. Wi-Fi worked and cable TV was nice. Park on gravel with a small patch of grass between you and the next guy. Spaces fairly close together, common in this type of camp ground. Friendly staff. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park is conveniently located to the Grand Ole Opry, Opryland Hotel, and many other tourist attractions. It is clean, and well maintained. The staff was friendly and helpful. There is ample green space to curb your dog, but because the park is smallish, there is not a lot of walking/exercise area. Wi-Fi worked great and so did cable/W/S/E. Over-all this park is very nice, and certainly provides all the necessities and more. There was even live music on the weekend. However, I found the sites a little close together, and the over-all feel of the park to be just slightly rough around the edges. Certainly a convenient and pleasant place to spend a few days. Rate reflects Good Sam discount. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Stayed five weeks because of the location to Nashville and reasonable nightly rate. The campground is dated based on the electrical service and laundry room. There are some full timers living in the back section paying $450.00 a month plus electric. Pros: convenient to Grand Ole Opry and downtown Nashville Helpful, friendly office staff that assists in Show tickets and transportation. Well stocked store with all necessary food items level gravel sites, concrete pads with picnic tables nice pool with lounge chairs, limited shade, live karaoke Sunday evenings, some night security and garbage pickup every am. Good value for their nightly rate Pet friendly. Cons: Very limited 50 amp sites must reserve ahead to guarantee, most sites 30amp. No circuit breakers on sites must access main panels boxes to reset. Not all sites had sewer connections. Cable TV service is poor/fair quality, no HD reception WI-FI signal had two transmitters but I could never connect to either. Laundry had outdated machines that worked but dryers were .50 cents for 10 minutes of time. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Some pull throughs available...gravel sites, mostly shaded. Very helpful staff. The show next door at Nashville nightlife is great and campground has discount tickets. Convenient to Opryland and downtown. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very clean, well maintained. Nice shower house and laundry room. They even have entertainment on some nights near the pool. Only drawback is there is a Greyline bus terminal right next to park to the West. Busses were idling until after 2am, diesel smell all night long. Try to book on the east side of the park if you can. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
We stayed here for 2 nights. The campground is very nice, clean, and has good level sites. We were pleased with the bathrooms and the showers. They were clean and smelled excellent. The road in the campground needs to be repaired. I know that they were flooded out a year ago, but I think they could repave the road a bit. It rained and when it did, the roads were very full of water puddles and have deep ruts. The staff could stand a little bit of more friendliness and kindness. Very rough for Nashville. Most folk are very friendly and courteous. These just seemed to think we took up their time and would have rather been somewhere else. Maybe they should go camping. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Sorry about the bad reviews. We had a great time here. The staff was very friendly and helpful. It is a convenient location to the Grand Ole Opry, and they arranged transportation to downtown plus tickets to venues we were interested in. I could see where a few sites would have a problem because of the buses but we were not much farther back in the park and heard nothing. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Pull through a little short for 39 ft + toad. Everything satisfactory except the park is next to a Gray Lines Tour Bus storage facility and they were moving the buses around all night long with the back up warnings blaring each time. It was worse than being next to a railroad. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We really enjoy Two Rivers. They even had free live music both nights we were here. Quiet time begins at 9PM and seems to be followed. Very enjoyable with a very nice staff. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
We stayed here for a few nights and really enjoyed our stay. I do think the bathhouse could use some updating for example, making the shower stalls larger and provide more room to place items. There is a larger shower area on the side of the office/store. I wished I would have known that earlier. You are close to Opryland Hotel a must see, and many great restaurants in the area. Also, don't miss The Fontanel Mansion tour its fabulous. Its the former home of Barbara Mandrell. I also suggest Tommy's tour which picks you up at the campground and is worth the $25.00. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a great RV park when visiting the sights of Nashville. It is convenient to visit downtown and the Opreyland area. The staff is very friendly and helpful and the music here at the campground was phenomenal. We were here for two weeks and enjoyed every minute. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The roads are filled with potholes and lots of standing water. Gravel sites uneven. Wi-fi works about 10% of the time, but the new cable TV is fabulous. Live entertainment was good and the office people were very friendly and helpful. Since the park is always full, I guess the owners feel no need to upgrade anything. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed here 5/14 - 5/22 for a RV rally. They promise free Wi-Fi, but only some of us could get on the internet. We asked them to have it checked and they told us it was our computer that was the problem. I went to a nearby McDonalds and was able to connect to their free Wi-Fi without any problem. They didn't appear eager to correct the problem. So, if you don't care whether you can access the internet or not, then you could stay here. I wouldn't stay here again. Very expensive for what you get. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The price paid was with a Good Sam Discount, too much money for what we received. There is no shut off available on the electric box, which we feel is hard on our equipment. The water hydrant was bent halfway over and sites were very close together. This is an older campground in need of a huge makeover. It is full simply because it is close to Grand Ole Opry and minutes from downtown. Ok if necessary for an overnight stay,but we would not spend any length of time here. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Clean well maintained park. Restrooms and showers nice. Very limited cable TV channels, Wi-Fi usually worked good. Good spot for overnight stay if you are coming to Nashville for the attractions. Not a destination campground. Make sure you don't get a spot on the right side near the bus terminal. You wont be able to sleep. For some reason they have backup alarms and engines running ALL NIGHT. And the exhaust fumes are strong. Pricey campground because of the location but they are pet friendly. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Showers need more room. Adding sufficient hooks would help. Outlet in women's bathroom (1) didn't work. Very helpful staff. Wonderful tour "Tommy's Tour" pick up at campground. Also this campground has discounted tickets for Night Life (music and buffet dinner). Very good. Very close to attractions, but the Opryland Mall is closed for 2-3 years because of 5/2010 flooding. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We spent one night. The grounds were well kept, and the sites were roomy enough so that you were not too close to your neighbor. The on site store was well stocked. Since our stay was in February, the campground was not busy. One annoying item was the sound of diesel buses with their engines running all night as well as the "beeping" sound as they backed up. It appeared there was a tour bus staging area adjacent to the park. This did not make for a very good night of sleep. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Kind of plain, but rates are 1/3 less than neighboring, big-name campgrounds and it is near a major metro / recreational area (Grand Ole Opry). Pleasant staff. Shuttle in p.m. to downtown Nashville. Peeves: knobs on faucets in rest rooms were spring loaded, making it hard to use. Rest rooms were under heated. (It was cold in January!) Wi-Fi worked for days and then could no longer connect even tho staff rebooted router. In balance, we'd return because of price and convenience to attractions and downtown Nashville. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Not the best but as good as Nashville has to offer. Sits between KOA and Jellystone and slightly lower price. Accommodations okay for a class A but more suited to smaller rigs. Most sites at $34 are 30 amp. Close to four lane but road noise not too bad. Grayline tours is next door and beepers on buses backing up are annoying in the morning and late evening hours. Would stay again during winter as local RV parks are limited. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Where do I start: the un-friendly staff, no cable TV, only TWO sites that offer satellite access, narrow roads, tight turns, and not good for big rigs. Pictures on the website DO NOT depict an accurate representation of the park. Would never stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is fine for a short stay. We were here three nights. There are very few 50amp sites and the park was pretty full every night, even mid-week the end of October, so you may want to make reservations if you want to guarantee 50 amps. Sites are not big, but level and we were comfortable in our 36-footer which has slides on both sides. Laundry room was clean and restrooms seemed fine, although we didn’t use them much. The WiFi was not consistent and went out frequently. The staff is friendly, depending on the person you speak to. When the WiFi was not working at all, we went to the office to see if there was a problem. When we got there, the girl working in the office was standing outside smoking a cigarette and informed us we were not allowed in the office until she finished smoking her cigarette. We had to wait outside, and for help on the WiFi, until she was done. Apparently, cigarette breaks take priority over paying guests. If we stay in the area again, we may stay here or look at the other two parks on either side of this one. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Steady electric, okay water pressure, WiFi slow, hook ups at rear. Gravel roads, clean pool and bathroom. Sites very close together and towed vehicles park cross-wise in front of site. We were parked back to back with another 40’ motorhome and barely had 12” between bumpers. Small concrete pad with picnic table. Reserved satellite friendly pull-through, but was given back in under a tree (no satellite and no cable TV). Was told with a shrug that nothing else available for 50A, basically take it or leave it. Only have a dozen 50A sites, most are 30A. Easy access on/off highway, about 15 minutes to downtown. Constant hammering noise and trucks working at KOA park behind Two Rivers so couldn’t enjoy being outside very much. Okay for a few days stay, much less expensive than their neighboring parks but still over priced. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We arrived without a reservation, but they had plenty of sites (mid-week). The owner, working the desk, asked right away if we had a satellite dish. Yes, we do, a roof mount, so she switched our site to give us a clear south sky view. Our site was a 50amp back in, but unlike some others, we did not sit back to back with another rv. It was very hot during our stay, but the electric power was strong and steady. The water pressure was only fair. WiFi was free and worked ok, not the fastest, but good for email, etc. We took advantage of arranging a Nashville tour through the cg office. We enjoyed our stay. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We had a nice level spot near the back of the park that was very quiet, with plenty of shade. The park provides a not of concierge services with respect to Grand Ole Opry ticketing, shuttles into Nashville, etc. Nice things for this area. We did have a problem with the 30 amp circuit breaker going out on us. The breakers are not on your site. They are located at consolidated boxes nearby. We weren't aware of this and had to call the office to find out where it was when the power went out during our stay. Despite this issue, we will stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay in Two Rivers campground. The staff was very friendly and helpful. The park have tours set up through Grayline Tours which made visiting all the tourist sites very easy. They also have tickets for the Grand Ole Opry on hand which saved time at the ticket office the night of the show. The showers and laundry room are all air conditioned which was a blessing since they had near record heat the week we were here. I would recommend this park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Showers are small but bathrooms/showers are clean but need a little maintenance, e.g., clothes hooks need screws. The staff is pleasant and helpful; store is well stocked. We always stay here when visiting Nashville. A convenient shuttle goes downtown and costs $10 per person round trip. We camped here in a Truck Camper.
We chose this campground in part because of its proximity to Camping World and another RV store as we were having tire issues (the RV store does not do tire work? and were not very friendly). We liked this campground so much, we added a third night to our stay. The staff was very nice and really stayed on top of things. Very nice store, beautiful huge pool but a small playground. I can't believe it was hardly mentioned in previous posts, but it is close to the highway and was a bit noisy. We didn't mind though because of how nice everything else was and we had the A/C on anyway. Apparently the RV behind us needed more power and was plugged into our outlet which tripped the breaker. We called the office and they had someone to our site in about one minute to correct the issue. That is good customer service. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Very friendly staff. Clean laundry rooms and showers. Sites close together, but whose aren't, these days? A nice store. Very close to the Nashville attractions. Another plus, there is a Camping World on one side of this campground, and another RV store on the other side. I went into the other RV store and got a part that we had been needing for the RV. Again, nice people at the store. I would certainly stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice, clean campground. Great location. It depended on who you spoke with in the office as to the friendliness of the office staff. One lady was super helpful and another was super rude on the phone while we were just trying to make a reservation. Don't think it was the owner so don't hold it against them. Take lots of quarters if you plan to use the laundromat as they are a little pricing on drying (.50 for 10 minutes). The site we stayed at was very unlevel (gravel). We checked out other sites and will request one of them next time we stay there. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Stayed here for one week during CMA Music Fest. Great park and area if you are visiting Nashville. Its within 20 minutes of downtown and music row. Sites gravel, very level; interior roads were paved and in very good condition and had a nice concrete pad with picnic table. Staff were very friendly and helpful, nice store. Would have given it a ten if it had more 50 amps sites. Will definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate was a 7 night rate, pro-rated per night. I found this park expensive for what you got. Showers are very small for large framed man. Sites were level and nice. Has gravel sites with paved roads. We stayed for a week so we could see Nashville and the Grand Ole Opry. RV Park is located close to G-O-Opry, but 10 miles from town centre. Good shuttle service available. Book tours etc., from the park are the same as discounted costs on the web etc. Nice helpful staff. Good for Nashville visit. Some of the best entertainment at Nashville Nightlife dinner show next door to park. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Price reflects Good Sam rate. This is very close to the Opryland Hotel and is conveniently located for a tour of Nashville. The width of our site was good but the length was a bit short, making it difficult to park our car sideways in front of the motorhome. The park was clean and the staff was friendly. The Wi-Fi didn't work while we were here. We camped here in a Motorhome.
An excellent overnighter for us, but might be suitable for a longer stay if you want the Nashville music scene (5 minutes away). Clean and neat campground but very tight and small. Location right off Briley Parkway is convenient for travellers, but noisy due to traffic. Park has friendly staff. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a nice, well run RV park. The staff was friendly and helpful and even arranged for our Opry tickets as well as a bus ride to the Opry. It was neat and clean and reasonably quiet, considering it's location. Camping World is next door and there are restaurants just down the road. I would highly recommend this park if you are visiting Nashville in your RV. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very convince to town. My only complaint is the dog walk area. You had to walk up in front of the office near the road to walk your pet. I wish there were a couple more places spread throughout the campground. Otherwise, very enjoyable place to stay. The office people were quite friendly. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
I've been tent camping many times, but this was my first overnight stay in my recently purchased travel trailer. The sites are very close together, but this can be expected in a RV park in the middle of a large town. The people in the office seemed friendly and helpful. The facilities were clean and picnic tables were new. Great location close to many Nashville sites which is why I chose this campground because it was the cheaper of the three that are right next to each other. I would stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Excellent staff assistance! Helped without question on touristy issues. Sites are a little small and need some gravel work. Next to a Camping World and a RV Service & Parts business. Easy location to get in and out. Recommend call because we had to wait for a site to empty. Nashville is a busy place, but it is worth it for show/showboat, etc. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
I agree with most of the comments about this park. It is probably very nice during the warm and dry weather, but it was a swamp while we were here after a rain storm passed through. My electric box was surrounded by standing water as were many others. Lots of mud all around the sites. The park definitely needs more gravel. One other item, there are far too few 50 amp sites and no cable although antenna reception was very good. I believe they are over priced, but you pay the price to be close to Nashville. I paid $40 a night including tax for 30 amps with water and sewer and lots of mud around the site. Roads were paved. We came from J PERCY PRIEST campground just east of Nashville which is a Corp of Eng. park and the commercial parks could take a good lesson about how to have a nice park from this beautiful park. It had water on all sites and some 50 amp throughout the park, but no sewer. Huge sites with huge graveled patio area with fire pits. Stayed here for $10 on the Golden Age Passport. Also, Priest campground is on a huge lake. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice campground. The staff was great and very helpful. Quite a bit of shade in this park. Nice laundry facility and curb-side trash pick-up. Only reason we did not rate it a 10 was due to the tour bus parking lot behind us - they came and went at all hours of the night. If you stay here - request a site on the other end of the campground. We would definitely stay here again if we are in the Nashville area. Convenient to many tourist attractions and restaurants. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Overall a very nice campground, we stayed here 3 days and would stay here again. Seemed a little pricey given the number of campgrounds in the area but we guess it is because of Nashville & The Grand Ole Opry is approx. 2 miles away. There is a lot to see and do in this area. The staff is friendly and really go out of their way to make sure everything is going right. Make sure to check out the calendar for the park as they have entertainment one or two nights a week. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We usually stay at this campground when we are in Nashville. Sites are level; staff is friendly and helpful, and the rates are lower than the other two campgrounds nearby. The pull-through sites are not 50amps, which I think is strange, for large motorhomes often need 50amps. However, we used 30amps in a back-in site the last couple of times and did fine. Very convenient if you need propane, as there is a dealership next door with a gate right into the campground. Also Camping World is very close. Entertainment on Wednesday and Sunday nights. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Camped here for the proximity to the Opry nearby. Also liked the fact that Camping World and a major RV outlet with repair shop was right next door! Checked out the other two neighboring parks and picked this one. Its not the best I've stayed in, however sure served it's purpose. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a nice a campground, but is aging. The interior roads are full of pot holes. The shower stalls are small, but clean. They do not have cable connections, but they do have free Wi-Fi. We would not hesitate to stay again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
I made reservations for this campground at nearly the last minute (one day prior) via the internet. I promptly received an email the following morning to notify me there were no 50 amp sites available, would I accept a 30 amp? I was pleased by this communication. I arrived after hours, and as promised my information was posted with excellent directions. The site was level with a concrete pad and picnic table. The hook ups were about 21 feet from the hookups on my rig, but I was prepared. I was amazed at how quiet this place was! At eight in the evening, there was not a soul outside! The ladies at the front desk were courteous and helpful, and the gift shop was huge. In this area, the campground didn't seem to be the destination for the campers rather the city was. It was odd, but extremely peaceful. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Stayed 12 nights. Not many 50 AMP sites so call ahead for reservations. Discount to Good Sam. Can book tours through office. Very friendly and helpful staff. Will stay there more times this year. Quiet park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
As previously stated, park is between two other CG's and CW (which is nice). If your wanting to be near Opry and Mall this is the place to be. We had no trouble with sites backing in our 34' 5th wheel. Get near the rear of the park for less Hwy noise and Yogi Wi-Fi. We would camp here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This campground served our needs perfectly. The campground did not have an abundance of activities but everything that it offered was very nice. The site was level with a concrete patio. The location was great for area touring. The staff was polite and helpful. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Stayed here with 14 year twin grandsons to see the Nashville sites. Wi-Fi was excellent. Staff very friendly and helpful with information and directions to area sites. Several nights free singer next to pool which grand kids loved both singer and pool. Only negative was the Grey Lines Bus Depot next door. Diesel noise no problem as have one, but the beepers when backing up were annoying, but got used to them. According to staff the depot is going to be moved shortly. Sites 98 thru 115 are back in next to depot and are nice size with adequate space between units although with no shrubby to provide any privacy. We were in 109 and would recommend any of the sites along the depot side. Rest of back in are back to back. Pull thrus nice size. Definitely would go back and probably will without grand kids. Definitely take Tommie City and Home tour. Tommie is a hoot. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Clean campground just off the interstate. It is surrounded by other campgrounds and two RV stores. It is very close to the Gaylord/Opryland Mall and Hotel. Pool was clean and we enjoyed it. It is not a park of beautiful nature views, but if you want to be close to Nashville attractions it's a great park to stay at. Friendly staff. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Sites were interesting - most can be either a pullthrough or 2 back-to-back backin sites. Ours was a pullthrough on the end of the row, at the back of the CG, definitely the place to be, away from the road noise. Two Rivers backs up to the Yogi, so we could see the other CG's sites through the fence. Two Rivers sites are graveled, interior CG roads paved. Sites are ok width for a private CG. Maintenance folks friendly, office folks were rather gruff - maybe they had a bad day. Bathhouse & laundry clean. The entire park is old & needs updating - electric post had no breaker, as noted previously, our water hookup had a pump handle and the tube spun around in place; both had been run into & were leaning at odd angles. Noticed others' looked similar. Wifi might as well not exist; Two Rivers' Wifi is 802.11b, which is outdated, and so slow that our computer just timed out before we could even connect. I suspect the Yogi people have problems because theirs is updated, faster & probably gets tapped into by campers at Two Rivers! We did enjoy the shade - lots of big trees in Two Rivers, but not so much as to interfere with large rigs. Rain left puddles but little mud. Convenient location to the main roads & sights, but since all 3 of the big private CGs are located virtually next to each other (Camping World & tour bus co in between), that can be said of the KOA & Yogi too. Two Rivers costs a bit less than the other two, but you get a bit less (no cable and unusable Wifi) so it's a wash. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Campground had a weekly rate that with our Good Sam discount was $255. When we made our reservations, we were told that they had a site large enough for our big rig. The site we were given was not accommodating to our 38 foot 4 slide fifth wheel. It was a back in site that was long enough but was so narrow that we could not back all of the way in or we would not have been able to open one of our slide outs. Because we had to pull up a little we had a tree that blocked us being able to open our awning. The concrete picnic table and benches were not comfortable to sit on or use. The next RV was 10 feet away so there was no real area to sit outside. There is a big camp store, and the staff was very friendly. We probably will not use this campground again, when visiting the area, unless we are forced to. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We camped here in a 40 ft motor home and were disappointed with the accommodations. The lots are small and narrow. Tight fit to navigate large RVs into the back-in spots. No cable. Also, there is a tour bus parking lot next to the campground that has buses continually backing in and out "beeping" the entire time - day and night. It is annoying. The KOA Nashville is a much better facility for the money. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Wow--I read other reviews of this campground on trip advisor and I'm confused! We stayed here in May 2009. We were 2 large motorhomes (36ft) towing cars. We spent our first night in Memphis on our way to Nashville. We didn't have reservations for Two Rivers because we decided at the last minute to go on to Nashville. We had no Internet service at the campground in Memphis but I remembered seeing this campground online before we left home and found it in my GPS. I got the number and made two reservations that same morning (with no problem). We were extremely satisfied with everything! The location is the best! The staff as well as the maintenance man was sooo helpful! The price was great for 50amp service, free Internet access, clean bathhouses and laundry, and we were able to get great tickets at the campground with great seating for everything we went there to see. We felt safe and the park was very quiet which was important to us. This is not an RV "resort". It is just a nice clean campground to stay while seeing Nashville. We would stay here again and please don't let the other reviews scare you away from Two Rivers. We highly recommend this place!! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Stayed here overnight enroute to Texas. Although it was very close to Opryland and right next door to Camping World, I thought the rates were excessive. We are from the east coast where rates are among the highest in the country and this campground definitely did not offer $45.00 worth of amenities. Our sewer was very far from our outlet and was difficult to drain without constantly lifting the hose to drain. No electrical breaker on the electric box. The campground seems old and in need of updating. In addition, they had received a lot of rain and our site was one large mud hole. When we unhooked our RV, the truck was parked in a very large ponding of water/mud. The concrete patios were raised 2" or more above grade and this posed a potential danger to the elderly or handicapped. We would stay again but would not recommend it as a destination spot. The staff were very friendly and wi-fi was sufficient. No cable which we found difficult to understand as it was not rurally located but near very busy areas. Horrible interior roads!! Wake up Two Rivers, you have Yogi Bear Jellystone on one side of you and KOA on the other side. Improvements badly needed! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We were here for four nights and had a very small,unlevel site that flooded when it rained. The park is just off a busy highway, but the road noise was not bad. The beeping of the tour buses next door did interfere with our sleep, however. Having said that, the people at the desk were very nice, and the Wi-Fi worked fine. The three private parks are right next door to each other, and this is the least expensive. It didn't have cable, but we did get limited local TV. It is easy on and off, and we will return when visiting family. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park was close to our relatives. We would have chosen to stay at a less expensive RV park had this not been the fact. It is an okay park. The site was sufficient for our 40' motor home, and we had no problem leveling the coach. Parking for the tow vehicle was quite tight. There are way too many trees which makes it difficult to get satellite reception for the TV and Internet. The staff was friendly and efficient. While there are pull through sites and 50 amp available, there are not many. Since we did not need air conditioning this time of year, this was not a problem. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A good location not too far from all the Nashville sites and just down the road from Opryland and the Grand Ole Opry itself. The campground has an arrangement with a local shuttle service that provides round-trip service to virtually anywhere in the area for $5 per person. We found the location to be very quiet and the hosts responsible and friendly. We had a little difficulty trying to get our 24' B+ leveled on our site (gravel), but got it close enough. While we tried to take advantage of the cable hook-up, we got better reception through our roof-top antenna, with quite a few digital broadcasts in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
It is close to Opryland, but to far to walk. There are no sidewalks so night walks are difficult; however, shuttles are available. It has reasonable pricing, as development has built up the area around the park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is in a good location, close to Nashville attractions like the Grand Ole Opry. The sites were spacious enough. It was early winter, so we did not seek out opportunities to bike, swim, etc, and so cannot comment on that. While we stayed here, there was a rash of burglaries in motorhomes in this park, and in two other neighboring parks. Those who were victims of the crime spree suffered significant losses and some had damage to their motorhomes. The management and staff in the park seemed totally unconcerned! While not at fault, certainly, some effort on the owners part to show support, sympathy, or a willingness to support our impromptu "neighborhood watch" program would have been expected and appreciated. I overheard one staffer telling someone who'd been a victim of the crime that "it wasn't my [the staffer's] problem". A disappointing response, to be sure! We would not stay there again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The interesting part about this park is that it shares a fence with the other two parks in the area, Yogi Bear and KOA. So there is not a lot of difference in the parks or where you stay. The park is in average condition with gravel sites. There are a few downsides to this park. The freeway is very close and is a constant noise. But worse than that is the "Gray Line" bus lot next door. There is a constant noise of beeping back up warning buzzers as buses are moved around the lot at all hours. Seriously, we were awakened several times during the nights at 2 and 3 in the morning. When we commented to the office about it, the response was that most people don't complain unless they are on the fence line next to the bus lot. We were in the middle of the park, but that is only 40 yards farther from the buses. Leaves had fallen from the trees and no effort was ever made to clean the sites. We were there for a week. Due to the bus lot we would not stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice campground for Nashville area attractions. We wished they would have had cable. Being so close to Nashville you would think the local TV would be fine but bad reception. Also the Wi-Fi was listed but the signal was so weak we couldn't use it. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a very nice park and well kept. They had entertainment one night that was free and as good as any expensive show. The staff is very helpful and friendly. The only reason I rated this park a 7 is there is no cable and all the hookups are at the back of the site, requiring a very long sewer hose, water hose, and electric cord. I used the dump station as a lot of others did. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice campground, we were here over Labor Day weekend, which also included a nice "customer appreciation" Sunday (today). They had free lunch for campers, and a couple of performances by really good bands/singers. A nice touch. Everything is clean, and it's well staffed, no shortage of folks to help. The sites are level and hookups work well. The pool area was well maintained, and a nice bonus for the kids. A couple of annoyances, but nothing to complain home about. The wifi is pretty sketchy. I ended up on the verizon card again as I couldn't keep a signal and connection. I'm not that far from the front. The CG uses a central breaker box system, so if you blow the breaker, you go in search of the right one. My site was in the maint room, which requires staff to turn it back on. In my case, I did throw my TT breaker, so it wasn't a big deal, but if the breaker pops in the middle of the night and it's 90 degrees, could be a long night. Again, not a show stopper. I would really recommend the campground. Very family friendly, and there are lots of pooches around. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Good location for access to Grand Ole Opry but some road noise from Briley Parkway which is a 6-lane, 55-mph road. Free, in-park entertainment, two nights per week is a nice touch. I had a pull-through which was water/electric only. Site was reasonably level. We've stayed here before and will stay again but my biggest gripe with this park is that the electric hookups do not have circuit breakers. The park WiFi was mostly not working the night I was there and for the cost cable TV should be included but none of the parks on Music Valley Drive offer cable TV. The rate I paid was $34 after the 10% Good Sam discount and taxes. This park is a good bargain compared to the KOA and Jellystone Park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice campground, water pressure was low (35 - 40) has some full time units in one part of the park but overall a very nice place to stay. We stayed during Fan Fair and had a good time. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Good location, park "reasonably" clean overall. Bad part - asked for 50amp and made reservation. Arrived in 90 degrees - 30amp. NOT pleased. Not a lot of 50amp available in park. Will NOT stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here for three nights and found it a very pleasant park. It is located two miles from Oprey Mills Mall and the Grand Ole Oprey. A shuttle is available (fee) to take you to the mall or to downtown locations. We tried it and it was very efficient. During the summer the campground has free entertainment on several evenings a week. Unfortunately our first night was cancelled because of bad weather but we did catch the C&W music the following evening. It is also located adjacent to a dinner/show theater, the Nashville Nightlife. A concierge can help you get the tickets you need. The sites are rather close together but are adequate. Gravel sites. Would definitely use the campground again when visiting Nashville. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Good location & campground for access to Opryland and other Nashville attractions. Hosts provided local sightseeing information & shuttle options. Had entertainment several nights a week. Would definitely stay here again. Only downside is all full service sites are back ins. However, the site width and angles provide access without any major problems. Less expensive and equal or better sites than other Nashville campgrounds in this area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very nice and clean RV Park. Most sites are long enough to accommodate big rigs and are gravel/dirt but level. Not all sites have 50 amp but the 30 amp service is good. The prices per night are much more reasonable than the other two parks close by which charge over $20 more per night with no more amenities other than cable TV. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice place but we were not as high on it as some of the other reviewers I have seen. We stayed for a week and visited the sights in Music City. Our biggest complaint would be the road noise since it is right off the freeway and we also had extremely low water pressure during our stay. It was so low we just had to fill our tank and use the pump. The staff said they were working on it but it was never fixed while we were there. Great location and friendly staff though. We would probably try one of the other nearby RV parks next time. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This a good campground to stay in while visiting Nashville. There are tours that can be taken from the CG, tickets for other attractions are also available. Campground maybe a little small but access to the sites is very easy (37' MH). Bathhouse has some age on it but is really clean (everything worked well). This won't be our last trip here. I suggest making a 5 minute walk to the "Cock of the Walk" if you really enjoy catfish. Camping World is also next door. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Campground was clean with average size sites. Dirt site with concrete patio and table with benches. No problem with 31 ft trailer. Bathhouse clean but showers small. Very convenient to Nashville attractions. Rate is for two people $3 per person additional if over 6. With GS discount still very reasonable for parks in this area. Quiet for a busy park. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
A decent place with relatively easy access to many of Nashville's attractions/clubs. Not sure why anyone pays the additional $$$ to stay at the nearby KOA or Jellystone, as this place has it all. Wi-Fi worked very well, laundry was only $1, staff was very pleasant and responsive to our complaints about barking dogs in adjacent campsites. There was a problem with water pressure while we were there, but the staff was working on it and assured us that it was unusual. In terms of attractions, the Opry is 5 minutes away (as is the huge Opry Mills Mall with a 20-something plex theater), the Hermitage about 20 minutes, DT Nashville 20 minutes. Many eating options in the nearby area and Camping World is next door. We'd surely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
OK for a quick stop and sightseeing around Nashville. Otherwise cramped and crowded. Bathrooms are small and dirty ... if you have to use them. Might stay here again, but most likely try one of the others in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a nice campground located directly across the street from Opryland and the Grand Ole Opry House; it is about 9 miles from downtown Nashville, the Ryman and the Country Music Hall of Fame. It is located next to the highway which provides easy access, but also creates some road noise. The staff was very hospitable and pleasant. We were able to get great reception of local channels with our antenna and digital TV. The campground is small and 50amp, pull through sites are limited. However, the back-in sites were ample size and from what I could tell all sites had concrete patios and tables. If you have the unfortunate need for a veterinarian while visiting, we highly recommend Dr. John Robison at the Mobley Veterinary Clinic. Music Valley Drive has several nice restaurants; don't leave without trying Caney's Fish Camp. You won't be disappointed! We enjoyed our stay and would definitely camp here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Overall, this is a good park with proximity to the Opry. The price is the best of the 3 parks on Music Valley Drive. It is a Good Sam park, but you do not get that discount on a weekly (the price shown reflects a weekly rate). I did go over to Jellystone, and their weekly rate is almost $100 higher per week. When I made my reservation a month in advance, they asked if I wanted a satellite site, and I told them that I did. They asked where my dish was on the motorhome, so that they could get me in a good spot. I thought this consideration was great, but the actual site I was given was in the trees, towards the back of the park. No signal, no matter how I moved the coach. They would not move me to another site. Otherwise, the staff was friendly and helpful. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice park within spiting distance of KOA and Jellystone but much less expensive. Facilities are limited but it does have a pool and helpful staff who set us up with tickets to the Grand Ole Opry. Lots of trees make satellite reception limited. Stay near the entrance for best reception. We stayed in a nice pull through with full hookups for the price above. Their website allows for booking online. Most sites would accommodate a big rig. The interior roads are good. Other review comments are accurate for our stay. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Easy access, all amenities. WiFi was weak (unusable most of the time). Park is very tight but accommodated many (12-14) MH's when we were there. Good for anyone going to Opryland or traveling around the north side if Nashville. Felt safe and comfortable (except for Wi-Fi). Park is located next to Camping World and couple RV dealers. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Excellent campground close to the Grand Old Oprey. Wi-Fi was the best we have ever seen. Office people were informative and courteous. Pull through spots are very limited and only about 50 feet long. RV service center and Camping World on each side of campground. Restrooms and laundry were clean and operational. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is an average campground that is close to Opryland, Grand Ole Opry, and Opry Mills Shopping Center. The restrooms were outdated but fairly clean as was the amenities for the campground such as power and water. The sites are gravel with a small concrete patio and a concrete table and benches. It had rained a lot so there was a fair amount of standing water. There was a shuttle that took you to the attractions and the people at the front desk were courteous and helpful. It was near a major road, but we did not hear any noise from the road. There is a Camping World and another camper dealer next to the property. They separated the long term residents from the shorter stay campers. It seemed to be the best and most affordable of the 3 campgrounds in the area. They take Good Sam. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Big rig friendly. Gravel sites with paved roads. Nice store. Pool closed for winter. In between 2 RV dealers and within walking distance to Camping World. Close (2 miles) to Opry Mills Mall and other attractions. Staff was very friendly and park is quiet even though very close to highway. We were on site #402 (30 amp) and was able to get satellite reception with our dome. We would return to this park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice park, lots of trees. They ask if you have a satellite dish when you make a reservation and do their best to get you a site with clear view to the sky. The streets are paved. The store is well stocked and tickets to shows and tours can be purchased here at a discount. Easy access to the freeways but it is surprisingly quiet here. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We didn't actually stay here - had reservations but had to cancel. Be advised they charge your credit card immediately when you make a reservation. Also if you have to cancel, even if you do so well in advance of their time limit, they charge you 20% of the credit card charge. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is an older park, but is well maintained. Nothing fancy,but no negatives either. It is close to Opry attractions and has good access to main highways. The free live music on the back porch was outstanding. We will certainly stop here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a nice CG very centrally located in Nashville. Camping World is within walking distance. The sites are roomy and the staff was friendly. There was a minor problem with the sewage line backing up but the owner was on site and took prompt action getting it resolved. There was about an 8 hour period where we could not dump. Not a big deal because that is what tanks are for. They have tours that leave from the campstore and do their best to accommodate everyone. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Best Campground value in Nashville. Not a resort campground, just basic, in a destination city. Owner on site daily. Campground needs more 50 amp sites. We have camped here many times here in the last eight years. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was a nice park with extremely friendly, helpful staff. The sites had level, gravel RV pads, and a great concrete patio with picnic table. The utilities were in good shape and were well positioned on the site. There was no cable TV but the reception on the Nashville TV stations was adequate for news, weather etc. There was plenty of grass between the sites and a nice amount of shade. The sites were a bit close, but still plenty of room and I had no problems backing in my 33’ fifth wheel. The restrooms were clean and air conditioned. The pool was very nice and stayed open at least until 9 pm. There was live country music on the patio near the pool that was fun and entertaining. This park is in a great location, right next door to Camping World, and just down the street from the Grand Ole Opry. We highly recommend this park. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This was our second trip to Nashville and second time here. They have free live music on nights there isn't a show at Grand Ole Opry (Sunday, Monday, Wednesday, & Thursday). Nice level sites, most have some shade. We camped here in a Motorhome.
What a wonderful, clean, and friendly camppground. We utilized the tour desk frequently and the staff was extemely helpful. Our kids enjoyed the swimming pool and how many campgrounds have free top notch country music. Very impressed and we were very close to the Grand Ole Opry. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Friendly, knowledgeable staff, well kept, clean pool, and music in the evenings. Showers were a little small for my taste, but then again I am 6'2" and 250 pounds. Sites kind of close for my taste, we stayed for one night on the way to DC. Restaurants everywhere, Walmart close by. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very clean and well maintained park conveniently located only two miles from the Opry Mills mall, General Jackson showboat and the Grand Ole Opry, and only 15 minutes or so from the downtown attractions. The pool was one of the cleanest I have seen anywhere. Sites are almost all good size although a few of the pull throughs were kind of small. The staff and owners were all extremely helpful and friendly. Discount tickets for several area attractions available through the campground office as well as area tours that will pick you up at the campground. If you go, we recommend Tommy's Tours. All pet owners did a good job cleaning up after their pets while we were staying there. I would recommend this campground and we are going to stay there next year. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We've stayed at Two Rivers Campground previously and decided to return again. Staff is courteous and friendly. Facilities are squeaky clean. Close to everything including the Opry. Sites are mostly level and partially shaded. No cable only local channels but they keep you busy enough so you have no need to watch TV. Live entertainment is wonderful and free as is the coffee and WiFi. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I have stayed here many times but this by far was the most unpleasant, arriving at site we found dog waste all around the picnic table and patio. I cleaned it up and overlooked the issue until an employee came by in a golf cart at 7:45 AM on Sunday while I sat outside enjoying the morning. She quickly realized I was outside and skidded to a stop, backed up and approached me, asking if anyone contacted me the night before. I answered no, she explained to me that because I was staying from March 30th - April 1st that they failed to charge the the peak season rate for the one night of April 1st, she rudely said that I needed to come to the office to set there books right and I owe $8.00 more for their mistake. I said "OK later I would." Then she asked me if I had $8.00 on me at that moment. First, I didn't as I was still in my morning shorts and T shirt, and second, why would I hand $8.00 to just any employee, how I would know that she wouldn't just pocket the money? I feel its the CG's mistake they should fix it. I left with no further contact and no payment of the $8.00. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Checked in last Wednesday and planned to leave last Monday but having my toad repaired. Campground is good; sites are level. Office workers very helpful. Owner a nice person. The only negatives are no cable TV and having to disconnect water every evening due to below freezing temperatures (not their fault). Stayed here in a motorhome; our pull through site was large enough to accommodate MH plus park the toad. Prices better than the other two next door with the same amenities. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Excellent friendly Park. Good Management, good friendly employees. This is our place to de-winterize on our way South. RV repair next door, Camping World on the other side. Operyland within two miles. Easy access. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here over Thankgiving. The campground is fine, but the sites are all backins. Several sites overlook the RV dealership next door so there is little privacy. WiFi access was free and was fine. Our only real complaint about the CG is that we were due to change sites for our last night - which we had agreed to. Staff came and told us the new site number at 9am and said the site was ready for us. At 10.40am we drove the car and RV around the CG to find the previous nights campers still there, so it was embarrassing for us to have to sit there and wait for them to leave and obviously annoying for them to feel they were being forced out. The KOA and Jellystone are both within 2 minutes walk from this CG - Jellystone did look a nicer CG, but is probably a lot more $$. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is our campground of choice in Nashville. We stay several times a year. It is convenient to the Grand Ole Opry and hotel complex, Titans games, Sounds baseball games, and downtown Nashville. Is it the world's greatest park, no but it is a nice park with very helpful staff and a good base of operations when visiting the Nashville area. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Very nice park. Helpful office staff. We took a tour of Nashville and the tour company picked us up right at the park. Added feature - Wednesday evening they have a local singer come in and entertain you for several hours. It was a lot of fun. Camping World is almost next door. Will definitely stay here again if in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Bus noise not a problem when you are running your AC most of the time! Very shady with large trees. Thought this would be a great time to clean my roof, recondition it and wash the RV. Well, you can do it here but you either pay the park $25 (!) for the courtesy or use their recommended RV wash service (believe there is some kickback to the owner going on!) Free wifi is nice but coverage is low on the camps' outer edges. One of the better parks to stay at in the Nashville area. I have stayed in Columbia and Smyrna also. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Bus garage noise wasn't that bad. Electric problems were solved after proving there was a problem. Staff was young and not RV savvy. They ran the store everything else was magic to them. Didn't even see a restroom/shower. Level sites but little space. Ok as a base camp. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The office staff could not provide a full hook-up site, even though I reserved one 4 months prior to arrival. I had to ask for a manager to resolve the issue. The location is convenient to all of Nashville's attractions. No noise from the roadway or the bus garage. Camping World is located within walking distance to the campground. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Roads in park are blacktop less one loop that is gravel. Sites are gravel and level. Sites on couple rows are back to back and very close. Roads could use work and have lots of bad places. Office and store were very good, staff was helpful. Equipment for kids to play on. Park is two miles from Grand Old Opry. Lots of good places to eat very close by. Only problem we found was lots of noise from bus company next door. You have diesel buses running all night at repair shop. Some noise off road in front of office. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stay here so often, it feels like a second home. It is an aging RV park, but kept very clean. The staff is very friendly and does a good job of remembering customer who frequent the park. Of the three on Music Valley road, this is our favorite. I had to subtract two points for mostly back in sites and the noise from the bus barn beside the park. The smallest of the 3 parks, to us that is a plus. Not real muddy when it rains, either. Will be back in a few weeks! We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed in the campground with another couple, who were also in a motorhome, for a week end of June and early July. This is a great campground. Friendly staff, nice facilities. I highly recommend it to anyone visiting the Nashville area We camped here in a Motorhome.
Camped with wife and two children under the age of four, the staff was friendly and helpful, swimming pool was clean and the kids loved it, very close to all the attractions on our list. Next to Camping World which I have been banned from for life by my family. Over $10.00 per night cheaper than the other campgrounds on the same road, Only gripe no cable TV for such a large city in Tennessee. I would stay at this CG again We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
One of 3 RV parks on Music City Blvd. I like this park better than the KOA down the road. Sites (except for the 2 pull thru's I saw) are on the small side. Roads are wide so the back in sites are easy to get into. I had to park my truck across the front of the site to be off the road. 12 of the sies have 50 amp service. Some of the sites do not have sewer service. Park is very clean & well maintained. They have live entertainment during the summer. Although I was in town on business, this would be a good base camp to explore the Nashville area from. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This campground is near the Grand Ole Opry and everything that goes with that. It is easy to find with good roads, fair interior roads and gravel pads with concrete patios. Two Rivers provides great entertainment on weekends, up in the pool area. All of the employees are as nice as you will find in the country, very accommodating. The campground is a great place to stay if you are site seeing Nashville, close to the hot spots, close to shopping (Opry Mills). A real nice Camping World is next door. Definitely will stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Wonderful park. Clean pool, live entertainment the nights we were there. They arraged our
tickets for the Grand Old Opry. Some of the most pleasent staff we have ever run into. We will return! We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a GREAT Park! We visited this park in June of 2004 for the CMA Fan Fair. The park is quiet and well maintained. They have 50 amp service to accommodate the Big Rigs and most sites are shady. The front desk employees wer very friendly and helpful. We plan to visit again in June 2005 for the CMA Fan Fair again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice park, clean, close to attractions. Noise from Briley Parkway not a major factor. Very nice front desk staff. They LOAN vhs movies: great. Kids loved that. Nice pool, and live entertainment. We travel to Nashville often and this is where we will stay. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Sites were gravel but level. The sites have enough space to accommodate slides and awnings. This is an older campground but it is well maintained by an onsite staff person. Office staff were very helpful and friendly. Campground is located near Opryland attractions with easy access. Shuttle service was available hourly to Opryland Hotel and Mall. In my opinion, this campground is the best of the three located on Music Valley Road because of the spacing of the sites and cleanliness of the grounds. Camping sales and service is located next door. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Outstanding campground!Very experienced & helpful staff.They offer a large selection of tours of Nashville. Camp World is in walking distance. We will be back when in the area again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Spent 3 nights at Two Rivers, W/E, used their dump statin on departure. Park is quiet and well maintained. All sites are gravel with picnic table and benches, grass, and many are shaded. The staff was friendly, the pool extremely clean and well kept.
We were there from 31 July through 2 Aug. Camping World store is less than a block away and RV maint. services next door. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Close to Opryland. Very quite, clean and well maintained. Everyone we met was pleasent. We arranged for ticket to the Grand Ole Opry and shuttle ride to/from it through the staff. Not a single problem. Camping World a short walk one way, and a large RV dealer the other way. Their staff was also friendly as we looked at all the rigs they had there. We will return! We camped here in a Motorhome.
What a wonderful park! The most cordial front desk personnel in Nashville. We've been to all three on Music Valley and by far this one is the nicest park. Sites are about 30 feet wide and about 55 or 60 feet long (they have short ones for smaller units). No cable but they get local channels and LOAN movies! Free coffee, tea and cocoa all day and live entertainment during warm weather. This is an older park but is very well taken care of and you feel like family when you stay. Close to opry mills and the Grand Ole Opry and downtown Nashville. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very noisy campground with little shade. Small sites. Won't go back. We camped here in a camper.
Very convenient, best priced of the three in town parks. Nightly entertainment around the pool/patio in season. Next to Camping World. Would stay again. We camped here in a camper.