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Old 04-07-2016, 12:15 PM   #1
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I'm heading to Nashville with several buddies to golf, any good suggestions on where to stay? 35 ft BayStar. Thanks!
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Old 04-07-2016, 12:22 PM   #2
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We probably are heading there too! The KOA on Briley Parkway is great if it's convenient for you. Clean, easy in and out. Great bathrooms! Very near Opryland too.

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X2 on the KOA, it is a very nice one.
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We have stayed here a couple of times. It's pretty good. Two Rivers Campground | Home | Nashville, Tenn. | Attractions. Same area as KOA and Yogi campgrounds.
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Also agree on the North KOA. The forums page header photo was taken there at last year's iRV2 Rally.

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X2 on the KOA near Opryland. Nice sites, large pool and easy to get in and out.
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I've stayed at Two Rivers Campground twice and found it to be a nice place. It is next door to the KOA and Jellystone. There was several recent threads on Nashville Campgrounds that go in detail with the differences. A search of iRV2.com of Nashville Campgrounds will lead you to them.
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Asking a question without using "SEARCH" kinda clutters up the forum. There are several existing replies for this question .

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I'm heading to Nashville with several buddies to golf, any good suggestions on where to stay? 35 ft BayStar. Thanks!
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Asking a question without using "SEARCH" kinda clutters up the forum. There are several existing replies for this question .
I first stayed at this KOA on my way to Canada in 1975. I was interested in what people had to say about it. Why can't people just ask a question on the forum without being put down? Are we limited on space on this forum? If you see something that doesn't interest you, Are has been talked to death. why not just bypass it.
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We usually stop at the KOA off Briley Parkway, on Music Valley Drive during our annual snowbird migrations. We prefer the Briley Parkway bypass around the east side, to trying to navigate through town. In fact we were just there late last week. They have some major renovations going on to their entryway, and swimming pool area. Neither of which is a major problem, and it sure will be nice when it is finished. Their pull through spots are roomy, and the guides on the golf carts are friendly and helpful.
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We stayed at Nashville Shores which is also a Waterpark last year. We picked that as opposed to the other places people are mentioning because we were going to a wedding that was on the southeast side of town. Nashville Shores was much closer.

It was an ok place, we went in March so the Waterpark was closed. Good sized facility although the roads inside the park were a bit rough with potholes.
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Agreed

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I first stayed at this KOA on my way to Canada in 1975. I was interested in what people had to say about it. Why can't people just ask a question on the forum without being put down? Are we limited on space on this forum? If you see something that doesn't interest you, Are has been talked to death. why not just bypass it.
Yep, my thoughts too.
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We stayed at Nashville Shores which is also a Waterpark last year. We picked that as opposed to the other places people are mentioning because we were going to a wedding that was on the southeast side of town. Nashville Shores was much closer.

It was an ok place, we went in March so the Waterpark was closed. Good sized facility although the roads inside the park were a bit rough with potholes.
We spent last weekend there and agree with your comments. Not much has changed. It apparently gets busy when the waterpark opens.
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Ooops. Absolutely no intent to put someone down, merely a suggestion to use the search feature. Sometimes the printed word just doesn't convey the intended meaning...

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Originally Posted by George Schweikle
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