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Old 08-12-2019, 01:57 PM   #1
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We will be in Nashville this Fall for two days. Any suggestions for Campground to stay at?

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We stayed at Two Rivers and enjoyed it. Clean park, nice folks and a good location for enjoying the city.

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We've stayed at Two Rivers and the KOA in Nashville. Do prefer the KOA, but it is more expensive. Will be trying Safe Harbor RV Resort in the future. But, that is out a bit from Nashville.
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We always stay at the KOA. Pricey, but close to everything.
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We stayed at the KOA close to Opryland hotel. They have free shuttles to Broadway. Itís a bit pricey; but, not having to pay parking off Broadway is worth it.
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We stayed in Lebanon at KOA. Easy commute, nice park, less expensive and in our case, near the bypass to our next destination at Memphis.
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If you have a senior pass, or not, great COE campground south of Nashville
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We stayed at two rivers. It was clean and the people were nice. they have a shuttle to downtown multiple times a day, and had musicians playing by the pool several nights a week.
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