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Old 02-16-2009, 05:27 PM   #1
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We are thinking of heading to Nashville, Tennessee this summer. Does anyone have any recommendations on a campgrounds to stay at?

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Mike, We have stayed at the KOA and Two Rivers Campground on Music Valley Road in Nashville. The KOA is pretty expensive and the sites were a little tight the last time we stayed there. Two Rivers is a pretty nice campground and a little more resonable in price with about the same ammenities. Check the campground reviews here on irv2, they are pretty accurate..Good Luck. Indiana Journey
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I agree with Indiana Journey. Two Rivers has larger spaces. There is a great catfish restaurant called "Crock(but remove the R) of the Walk" between the KOA and Camping World. The food is great and the entertainment by the wait staff can be a lot of fun. Also you need to go to the "Bluebird Cafe" some evening. Local talent and some big stars show up. Reservations are required. It will be the shortest 2 hours you will ever see. Have Fun. Nashville is our favorite city.


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Old 02-17-2009, 11:53 AM   #4
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I agree with Indiana Journey. There are three CGs on Music Valley Road. Yogi Bear, Two Rivers and the KOA. We have stayed at all three. For me, all three are about the same as far as site size. It all depends on what you reserve. My rating of the three (for quality) is KOA, Yogi Bear and then Two Rivers. The only danger with the KOA is it is within easy walking distance to Camping World.
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The KOA was nice, but is kinda tight getting in and out. May not be too bad with a MH, but with my 5er it was a little tricky getting in and out of the sites.
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If you like to stay at corp of engs parks (COE) there is a real nice one about 10 miles east of downtown Nashville. Its right on lake J Percy Priest. No sewer but they have E/W and dump station. Really nice park and lots of room to spread your slides. If you are interested, I will go out and get the directions from the MH.
We stayed there several years ago and enjoyed it. Cosy about $21 a night or $11 if you have your golden age pass. s/Toby
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And you definately want to try the food here if you go.
http://www.cockofthewalkrestaurant.com/home.cfm
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We stayed at the Cedars of Lebanon State Park campground which is outside of Nashville by about 20 miles but it was clean and quiet. There is also another campground in Lebanon whichis right off the ramp but not very nice.
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