Senior rate. A very nice and a very busy park. Road coming in was a bit tight in places, so beware if you see someone coming out before turning in. We were able to get site #1, not the best site to get into. It is a hard 90 degree turn backing in and there is a deep ditch on CG road making it even harder to make the swing. It is listed as maximum equipment length of 38' for that reason. But once in the site was great, probably 70' to 80' deep. TV via bat wing was very good. Verizon cell and broadband also very good at 4G, but the broadband was slower at times. Only real negative here is the dump station. Water pools where you need to make your sewer hose attachment, so you are in some not so clean water while dumping. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Beautiful park, very quiet. Very large sites with great picnic area and fire ring at each site. Only downside is no sewer hookup. This was not a problem as we only stayed two nights, but a longer stay would have required moving the rig to dump. Price reflects Senior Discount. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Cages Bend is a wonderful, peaceful campground. Some of the campsites have great water views. There is no sewer (Core of Engineers Park) but the environment makes up for it. They do have a dump station. One problem is that the directions to the campground are not sufficient to find it without knowing the area. We got half price for camping with the Senior Pass. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice campground on Old Hickory Lake. It's located just a few miles outside Nashville. The campground offers 43 sites with electric and water hook ups. There is a playground, a group pavillon, a dump station, a boat launch, and laundry facilities. there is no swim area. The bath houses were clean. The interior road is a little narrow but is paved. Most of the sites are large tiered sites with table, fire ring, lamp holder on fine gravel pads. They have a few sites that have all concrete pads. There is a lot of grassy area with mature trees, not heavy woods, but plenty of shade. We were very pleased with this campground and would return . We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Our favorite campground! Always quiet. We have been camping here for over 15 years and the only problem is this campground has become so popular it's hard to get a space. Lots of room between campsites. Level gravel and some concrete sites. There is no store, however you are about 10 minutes away from Gallatin & Hendersonville. There is a boat ramp with a small dock next door. We usually buy some bait on our way up and fish off the dock. We will return again and again! We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
Good park for visiting Nashville area. It's about 25 miles from downtown Nashville. Only a few sites with 50 amps. Sites are all paved with large decks. The last road getting to the park is narrow and the turn is pretty tight. We couldn't get satellite due to the trees. Park was well maintained. We camped here in a Motorhome.