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Old 03-02-2016, 07:50 AM   #1
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Cool Help find RV Park near Music City Center Nashville

I will be in Nashville in April and would certainly appreciate your help finding the right RV park near Music City in Nashville. I plan on riding my electric bike back and forth so 15 miles or so away is preferred. I have a 40' Pusher Holiday Rambler RV.

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The Grand Ole Opry is not far away from any of the three campgrounds located on Music Valley Drive. There are bunches of hotels also in that area so there is a ton of traffic. It might be safer to walk as the Opry is located behind the Opryland Hotel (at the mall). If you want to go to downtown Nashville, there is the Downtown Shuttle that will take you downtown for $10 round trip and picks up at all three campgrounds (you must call in advance and campgrounds will help with this). The shuttle drops you off/picks you up in front of the Country Music Hall of Fame and it is a short walk to the strip with all the country music. We stay at the KOA as it is our opinion the best of the three campgrounds.

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I will be in Nashville in April and would certainly appreciate your help finding the right RV park near Music City in Nashville. I plan on riding my electric bike back and forth so 15 miles or so away is preferred. I have a 40' Pusher Holiday Rambler RV.
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You have a Jellystone Park and a KOA right there. Camping World is also close by if you're looking for that.

Last year, we stayed in the Jellystone Park - nothing special, but if you have kids you may appreciate the kids activities. When I'd made the reservations, they were running a 50% off special, but I don't see one now. Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park™ - Nashville, TN | Where You Camp With Friends!®

We will be spending 12 days up there for competitions in June and I think we're going to try KOA this time just for something different.
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Stayed in the KOA last summer and loved it. Shuttle stopped at the front door of the office and ran until midnight I believe. Sites and facilities were spotless and staff was great and a short walk to Camping World if you need stuff or just want to kill some time.
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