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Old 07-17-2014, 09:49 AM   #1
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Any tips on parking for a 25ft motor home near Honky Tonk Row in Nashville?

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Are you going to be camping in the immediate area? Some of the campgrounds out on Music Valley Drive may have transportation arrangements available to downtown.

The Nashville Tourism Bureau @ (615) 259-4700 may can tell you if parking is available close by. Downtown parking is expensive, however.

Another option would be to park at a shopping center and catch public transit to downtown. Downtown is scarcely any longer than a 15 minute ride from anywhere intown. See: Nashville MTA Maps and Schedules - bus maps, bus schedules

Nashville's a great city to visit, and it is truly Music City USA.

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Have you checked out www.rvparkreviews.com We've stayed at the Nashville Country and it is about 12 miles to Broadway. Parks here are expensive, Nashville Country is cheaper than most.

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Call the KOA on Music Drive, believe they have tours ETC, available! The KOA is a NICE campground!
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I have stayed twice at Two Rivers RV park. It's between Yogi Bear & KOA. I'd recommend that park.
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I have stayed twice at Two Rivers RV park. It's between Yogi Bear & KOA. I'd recommend that park.

I second that. We have been there at least three times and enjoyed each time.

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