Whether you’re traveling on an RV or want to enjoy a night under the stars, there are campgrounds, complete with full amenities, in and around Nashville that cater to our more adventurous visitors.
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Metro Center/North Nashville 105 South Main Street
Eclectic shops, inviting eateries, stunning historical sites and welcoming smiles line the streets of Goodlettsville. Take some time to enjoy all of the sites, sounds and tastes this charming city has to offer. Located within a twelve minute drive to downtown Nashville, a fifteen minute drive to Nashville International Airport and within a day’s drive to two-thirds of the country, Goodlettsville has a desirable position for getting people to their destinations. Highly traveled Interstate I-65 passes through Goodlettsville with three exits off the Interstate, and it intersects two more of the nation’s busiest interstates, I-40 and I-24, just a few minutes down the road. For outdoor lovers (or those just looking to take in some of Tennessee’s gorgeous weather), there are plenty of parks and trails to feed your nature side. Moss-Wright Park, the cornerstone of Goodlettsville’s park system, consists of 150 acres and includes walking trails, historic sites, a dog park, playgrounds, and numerous picnic areas and sporting venues. This park is proud to be the home of the 2012 Little League World Series National Champions. Peay Park, Goodlettsville’s oldest park includes tennis courts, a playground area, and a splash pad coming soon. Goodlettsville has a little something for everyone, whether you’re looking to just enjoy the relaxing outdoors at a park, discover treasures in the Historic Antique District or dine at one of several gourmet restaurants. It’s no wonder the city has become the destination for many. more...
Outside Davidson County 1437 Cumberland Caverns Road
Discover Tennessee's largest show cave and U.S. Natural Landmark. Open year-round, seven days a week, with daily scenic walking tours, daytime adventure trips, and overnight spelunking with camping in the cave. more...
Outside Davidson County 8000 Highway 13 South
Loretta Lynn’s Ranch is situated just an hour outside of Nashville in the beautiful countryside. Tour Loretta’s Plantation Home, Frontier Homestead and a simulated coal mine. Explore the Native American Artifact Museum, Grist Mill Museum (including Loretta's fan and doll collection) and Loretta’s 18,000 square foot Coal Miner’s Daughter Museum. Enjoy concerts and special events or plan your perfect wedding on the grounds! Also visit the gift shops and western store. The Ranch also offers a full-service RV park, primitive camping, outdoor pool, canoeing and paddle boats, wrangler camp and fishing.more...
Downtown - Printers Alley 309 Church Street
Turn your VIPs into Nashville VIPs with Backstage Nashville! We provide a turn-key Hit Songwriters party that meets at the crossroads of the Bluebird Cafe and the Grand Ole Opry. Backstage Nashville is an innovative party featuring a full Nashville experience of food, spirits, art, and music unlike any other in the city. We make it easy to celebrate all things Nashville. Reach out to us and we'll be happy to make a tailor-made package that fits your every need! more...
Airport/Donelson 4001 Bell Road
Nashville Shores Lakeside Resort is a 385-acre family recreation destination located on J. Percy Priest Lake in Nashville, TN, just 10 miles from downtown Nashville. It is comprised of a first-class water park, aerial ropes and zip line courses, RV campground, lakeview cabins, festival areas, 20 group event sites, a 310-slip marina, pontoon boat rentals, and other attractions. The water park currently includes a giant wave pool, Tennessee’s widest lazy river, Kowabunga Beach, a massive water treehouse and sprayground, multiple waterslides, three pools, kayaks, and a beach. For those who prefer staying dry, Nashville Shores offers free lake cruises onboard the Nashville Shoreliner, volleyball, horseshoes and much more. more...
Wedgewood/Houston 500 Wedgewood Avenue
In operation for 109 years, The Fairgrounds Nashville is an ideal indoor/outdoor venue for meetings, conferences, trade shows, concerts and special events of all sizes. Home of the Tennessee State Fair, Nashville Speedway and Nashville Flea Market, the property maintains 8 buildings with more than 120,000 square feet of indoor space for meetings and events with abundant parking. The location is only one mile south of downtown with direct interstate access.more...
Airport/Donelson 4001 Bell Road
The Treetop Adventure Park is an aerial adventure course set in the beautiful woods of Nashville Shores Lakeside Resort featuring 100 exciting and challenging obstacles including suspended bridges, 10 zip lines, cargo nets, ladders, Tarzan jumps, and many other thrilling elements. Come on your own, bring a group or the whole family for a unique bonding experience, of have a party or event. Take a journey and explore the outdoors like never before. Located just 10 miles from downtown Nashville and one minute from I-40 (Exit 221B).more...
Opryland/Music Valley 2616 Music Valley Drive
Family owned and operated Campground. Friendly staff, clean facilities and close to all the attractions. Tours are available from the Campground office, Free Morning Coffee. Free Seasonal Live entertainment. Shuttle bus ($) to downtown/Honky Tonk area, picks up at the campground. more...