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Old 03-24-2015, 09:43 AM   #1
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Cold weather in Nashville? Is that a problem?

Going to Nashville this week and it looks like it's still cold up there. Forecast is low in mid 20's Thursday and a low of 30 on Friday. Since the highs will be in the 50s I assume I won't have any water freezing problems at the campground I'll be at. We'll be in the camper with the heat on and assume the temp will only be that low for a few hours each day.
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I'd pack a few drop cords or other incandescent lights for extra heat in compartments that might need it. I use a wireless remote thermometer to monitor temperatures in wet bay. Also, don't leave hose hooked up, fill tank and drain and disconnect hose overnight.
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It will be less of a problem with the heat on.


Get the fresh water full, the heat turned up and enjoy your trip.
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It will be less of a problem with the heat on.


Get the fresh water full, the heat turned up and enjoy your trip.
That's what I assumed. Never hurts to ask
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Where you staying at? We usually stay at Two Rivers. The have a shuttle that will come get you and take you downtown and back. Across from the Grand Ole Opry and Opry Mills. Go to the hotel there and walk through the gardens ( they're indoors), and beautiful. If you like wine, go south of Nashvile to Arington Vineyards, the make a good black raspberry desert wine. Also, Kiks Brooks of Brooks &Dunn is part owner and is there sometimes.
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Where you staying at? We usually stay at Two Rivers. The have a shuttle that will come get you and take you downtown and back. Across from the Grand Ole Opry and Opry Mills. Go to the hotel there and walk through the gardens ( they're indoors), and beautiful. If you like wine, go south of Nashvile to Arington Vineyards, the make a good black raspberry desert wine. Also, Kiks Brooks of Brooks &Dunn is part owner and is there sometimes.
That's where we'd stay if we were sightseeing. But all our activities are in the south end of time. There is a waterpark/campground by the airport. We're staying there. Doubt there will be much water activities with the weather.
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