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Old 06-17-2018, 06:51 PM   #1
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Overnight off I-65 just south of Nashville

Looking to overnight just south of Nashville off I-65.Don't want to stay north being we're picking up I-24 north of town. Just need power and bath.
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There aren't many options for power and water just South of Nashville.

If you can Wally-dock or Boondock, there's a Travel America, Walmart, and Cracker Barrel, all in Franklin, TN, about 15 miles South of Nashville on 65.

South of that, there's a Cracker Barrel, a Love's, and sketchy campground another 15 miles South of Franklin at the Bear Creek Pike exit.

We tried to find a place to stay in that area this Spring and ended up parking in my Sister-in-law's driveway and hooking up to a 20-amp outlet because there just wasn't much else to be had...
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Old 06-17-2018, 08:48 PM   #3
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Might be a bit further south that your plan, but we had a very good overnight stop at "Texas T" campground in Cornersville. Easy on/off of I-65.
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Texas T at exit 27 if you are that far South is a nice campground and easy to get into with all pull thrus
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Have a couple next to Opry Mills in town
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Old 06-18-2018, 07:07 PM   #6
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Might there be anything off I-24 heading to Kentucky?
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Might there be anything off I-24 heading to Kentucky?
The first campgrounds I know of are just South of the Kentucky border in Clarksville. There's also a Walmart and Cracker Barrel in Clarksville.
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Did an overnight at Clarksville RV Park a few years ago. Full hook up pull through if I recall correctly.
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