There are more than enough amenities available in Nashville’s Campground to cater for your needs whether you’re traveling or you want to enjoy the stars, Welcome to Nashville Camp.
CITY OF GOODLETTSVILLE
• Metro Center/North Nashville
• 105 South Main Street, Goodlettsville, Tennessee, 37072
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Enjoy Goodlettsville’s historical sites, the welcoming smiles of the locals, inviting eateries, and the eclectic shops. Take your time to enjoy the eccentric tastes, sounds, and sites of the charming city. The city is just 15 minutes drive to Nashville International Airport, twelve minutes to downtown Nashville and 24 hours around two-thirds of the country.
Goodlettsville is a desirable place to get people around. It has a highly traveled interstate that passes through Goodlettsville with two intersections of the nation’s busiest interstate and three exits off the interstate.
There are plenty of trails and parks for nature lovers to experience the fresh air of Tennessee’s beautiful weather. The Mossy Wright trails, a 150 acres park consists of amenities like the walking trails, a dog park, historic trails, and sporting venues, and numerous picnic areas. The park is the cornerstone of Goodlettsville parks system and the winner of Little League World Series National Champions in 2012. The Peavy park is one of the oldest parks in Goodlettsville. Amenities in the park include a playground area, a tennis court, and a splash pad.
There’s always something for you in Goodlettsville whether you want to relax outdoors, dine, or sight-seeing in the Historic Antique District. This is probably why Goodlettsville has become a must-go for everyone.
• Outside Davidson County
• 1437 Cumberland Caverns Road, McMinnville, Tennessee, 37110
Find yourself in the largest show cave in Tennessee that’s also an official U.S natural Landmark. This Cavern is open all day of the week with daytime adventure trips, daily scenic walking tours, and camping and spelunking in the cave.
LORETTA LYNN’S RANCH
• Outside Davidson County
• 8000 Highway 13 South, Hurricane Mills, Tennessee, 37078
This ranch is just sixty minutes to Nashville in the countryside. Explore Frontier Homestead, a simulated coal mine, and Loretta’s Plantation Home. It is also home to the Grist Mill Museum, Native American Artifact Museum, and the Coal Miner’s Daughter Museum.
The Ranch also provides an event center for different occasions. Don’t forget to visit the western store and gift shops. Other services rendered by the Ranch includes an RV park, outdoor pool, wrangler camp and fishing, and primitive camping.
Airport/Donelson 4001 Bell Road, Nashville, Tennessee, 37076
This coastline offers a 385 acre of family recreation destination located just 10 miles to downtown Nashville. The coastline is full of first-class amenities like the Lakeview cabins, the water park, high ropes and zip lines courses, and 20 group event sites, pontoon boat rentals, 310-slip marina.
The water park is also equipped with Tennessee’s widest lazy river, a wave pool, Kowabunga Beach, a massive tree house and spray ground, three pools, and kayaks. The Nashville Shores is also equipped with free lake cruises on board the Shoreline, horseshoes, volleyball, and much more for toes that loves to stay dry.
THE FAIRGROUNDS NASHVILLE
• 500 Wedgewood Avenue, Nashville, Tennessee, 37203
The Fairgrounds of Nashville is one of the prominent camping areas of Nashville that has been in operation for 109 years. The place is ideal for both indoor and outdoor activities like conferences, concerts, trade shows, special events, and different meetings.
The property maintains up to 8 building with a 120,00 square feet area made especially for indoor meetings and events. The city houses Nashville Flea Market, Nashville Speedway, and Tennessee State Fair. The town is few minutes to downtown Nashville with direct interstate access.
TREETOP ADVENTURE PARK AT NASHVILLE SHORES
Airport/Donelson 4001 Bell Road, Nashville, Tennessee, 37076 http://www.nashvilleshores.com/public/treetop/index.cfm
Located just 10 miles from downtown Nashville and one minute from I-40 (Exit 221B)
The Treetop Adventure Park is one of the natural havens situated in the beautiful woods of Nashville Shores. The park is an aerial adventure course that features up to 100 obstacles including ten zip lines, suspended bridges, ladders, cargo nets, Tarzan jumps, and a lot more. The place is a perfect location either you want a solo fun, or you want the whole family experience. The park is also good to have events and parties with friends and families.
TWO RIVERS CAMPGROUND
Opryland/Music Valley 2616 Music Valley Drive, Nashville, Tennessee, 37214 http://www.tworiverscampground.com
This is a family owned campground with friendly staffs, clean facilities, and free morning coffee. Things to look forward to include: Two Rivers campground are 24/7 available tours, exciting live entertainment, Tonk area, shuttle bus, and much more.