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7 Best RV Parks in Nashville, Tennessee

7 Best RV Parks in Nashville, Tennessee

If you’ve never been to Nashville, throw on your cowboy boots and hop on the road! Nashville is the best place to experience new music talent in the country music genre. It’s also home to many historic sites, and even has a replica of the Parthenon.

If you’re like us, you know that an RV is the best way to travel!

That’s why we’re sharing these best RV Parks in Nashville, Tennessee.

About Nashville, Tennessee

Nashville is home to the Grand Ole Opry, The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum and Vanderbilt University as well as other colleges. It lies on the Cumberland River and is the largest city in Tennessee.

There are many Civil War sites to be seen and you can probably find a festival any time of the year. For many, the pilgrimage to the CMA Music Festival for four days of immersed country music in outdoor venues is the ultimate in RV travel.

There are also, many parks and gardens to explore in the area.

Nashville North KOA

Price: Prices vary between $45 and $65 for sites depending on needs, according to the Nashville North KOA website.

Miles to Downtown: The distance to downtown Nashville is 17.2 miles (21 minutes).

Why You’ll Love It: This KOA was recently renovated and offers great southern charm. It has 105 sites, a small swimming pool (seasonally), a Kamp K9 Pet Park and free WiFi. They also have a shuttle that can take you to Downtown Nashville.

What’s The Word: On, W5CI, “Stayed overnight…very friendly courteous staff both at check in and also when guided to our site. This is the most expensive park we have ever stayed in.”

Nashville, TN RV Park Vibe: 8/10

Nashville KOA

Price: Prices vary starting at $70 and go up to $120 per night according to the Nashville KOA website.

Miles to Downtown: It’s 12.2 miles (20 minutes) to Downtown Nashville. Less than three miles from the Grand Ole Opry.

Why You’ll Love It: There are 389 sites with many having special amenities like patios and fire pits. Other amenities for the campground are activity park, gym, conference center, planned activities, Kamp K9 Dog Park, pool, hot tub and more.

What’s The Word: Joe Mazz said on that this was, “Quite possibly the nicest KOA I’ve ever camped at. Had a pull through patio site with private dog run. Just beautiful. Lots to do for kids; great pool, showers were nice as well.”

Nashville, TN RV Park Vibe: 9/10

Safe Harbor RV Resort

Price: Prices start at $75 per night for a standard inland site and go up to $116 per night for deluxe waterfront site at Safe Harbor RV Resort.

Miles to Downtown: It is 13.3 miles (18 minutes) to Downtown Nashville.

Why You’ll Love It: The campground is on a peninsula on Percy Priest Lake. There is a beach, boating area and an outdoor pool. With 131 full hookup sites, there is a site perfect for you. They also have kayak, paddleboard and boat rentals.

What’s The Word: BBQ Man from Tennessee reported on that it was an “Excellent campground… All concrete pads with full hookups makes it an enjoyable experience. Beautiful sunrises over Percy Priest Lake. The pool is enjoyable and the bath house and laundry rooms are clean.”

Nashville, TN RV Park Vibe: 9/10, Water lovers will enjoy the views of the lake while having their campfire.

Two Rivers Campground

Price: Summer rates are from $56.81 per night to $67.74 per night depending on electric amps needed. Two Rivers Campground offers a Good Sam Club discount.

Miles to Downtown: It’s 11.9 miles (19 minutes) to Downtown Nashville.

Why You’ll Love It: You’ll love it for the shuttle services that runs every hour to downtown, and the helpful staff that will help you plan what to see in Nashville. This is arguably one of the most relaxing RV parks in Nashville!

What’s The Word: Tracy Todd said on that, “This was a nice basic campground. It had a pool that looked nice. We were pleased with our stay here and wouldn’t hesitate to stay again.” 

Nashville, TN RV Park Vibe: 8/10

Nashville RV Resort and Cabins (formerly Jellystone Park)

Price: Prices range from $51 per night to $86 per night at Nashville RV Resort and Cabins.

Miles to Downtown: It’s 11.7 miles (18 minutes) to Downtown Nashville.

Why You’ll Love It: Although it no longer has the Jellystone theme, Nashville RV Resort and Cabins has all of the great amenities still on site. The pool is enormous, they have inflatables for the kids, mini golf and planned activities. This is one of the best RV parks in Nashville for families, no doubt.

What’s The Word: Bennie on Campendium says: “Very nice campground. Everything is close to town and the grand old Opry is right down the street.” – Can’t beat that!

Nashville, TN RV Park Vibe: 9/10

The Fairgrounds Nashville RV Camping

Price: $35 per night in a parking lot located on The Fairgrounds Nashville.

Miles to Downtown: It’s 3.8 miles and only 9 minutes to get to Downtown Nashville.

Why You’ll Love It: The price is the best part about this spot. If you’re looking for a budget place to stay in Nashville, you’ll love this no frills place to spend the night!

What’s The Word: WendyonWheels on Campground Reviews says: “Convienent to downtown and Belmont. Works out well for stay. It is not glamorous views, but works out very well.”

Nashville, TN RV Park Vibe: 8/10

Seven Points Campground

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Price: The price ranges from $26 for standard electric to $30 for standard electric 77206. Seven Points Campground is open seasonally April through October. It is a Corps of Engineers campground with 58 sites.

Miles to Downtown: It’s 16.9 miles (24 minutes) to Downtown Nashville.

Why You’ll Love It: It’s on the lake with many opportunities to boat, swim, fish and catch some rays. There is a laundry facility, showers and flush toilets.

What’s The Word: Nan Griff said on, “This is our new favorite! Such a gorgeous park. The lake is spectacular for boating, paddle sports, swimming and fishing. Our site was very long, and large! The sites are spacious and shaded. We were across the road from the lake, but still with gorgeous views (and oh the sunsets!).”

Nashville, TN RV Park Vibe: 9.5

Stay For a Weekend or Several Weeks in Nashville Tennessee

There are a lot of options for camping in Nashville.

The key is to get out and enjoy the live music, the area museums and the nightlife. Most places had a shuttle that can take you into town for $10.

Where you stay and the amenities you are looking for will dictate which campground is right for you. Get out your cowboy hat and boots and enjoy!

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  1. T. Wagoner says:

    Seven Points Campground (COE) is as described, absolutely fantastic with the biggest spot we’ve ever camped at. And we paid half price with our Senior National Park Pass: $15.