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Old 02-13-2011, 12:19 PM   #1
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One night in Nashville

We're going to the Grand Old Opry in the fall and we're looking for a reasonable (as in cheap) place to stay. All the nearby RV parks are old and small and they still charge $50 - $65 per night. Has anyone tried "alternate" accomodations for one night while they were in Nashville? All ideas and recommendations accepted.
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Old 02-13-2011, 02:44 PM   #2
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We always stay at Nashville KOA and they're back in business following the floods last year. They are easy to access, have a Camping World store nearby, are very close to Grand Old Oprey, Opreyland Hotel (a must see), and have almost nightly entertainment. Nice people.
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Hi,

Try Nashville Country RV Park it is a Passport America Park and their rate is $17.25 and if not a PA member then their regular rate is $34.50. They are also a cash only park.
If you want to travel 20 miles east of Nashville there is Timberline CG which is also a PA park. Their normal rate is $27.00 and PA rate is $13.50. If you do go to Lebanon I would also recommend the State Park there which I have personally stayed at and like. Just remember that the last 2 campgrounds are 20 miles east of Nashville.

Enjoy your visit to the Grand Ole Opry however I would rather visit there at Christmastime.
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Hi gator67,
This is another vote for the KOA or Nashville Country RV Park. Be careful with the Nashville Country RV Park. This CG floods very easily and quickly.
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Gator67 check out COE campground Cedar Creek Park CG. Located near the Hermitage and nice (cheap also). Good luck and enjoy yourself.
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