Even though Nashville is a big city, you can enjoy an outdoorsy vacation adventure in one of the great recreational vehicle (RV) parks located in and around the Music City. Find out just where you can park your RV to enjoy all the perks of the city, with a little bit of country, too.
Nashville North KOA Journey
Nashville North KOA Journey is one of the most popular RV parks in the Nashville area. It’s conveniently located just 11 miles north of downtown in the town of Goodlettsville, and features campsites designed to accommodate any size rig. Camping cabins are available for those who’d like to enjoy the park but aren’t traveling with their own RV.
Types of Sites
Nashville North KOA Journey has 100 campsites with a number available in basic, standard, and premium options. All sites feature electricity, water, cable television, and wireless internet access. Basic and standard sites feature 30-amp hookups, and the standard sites include sewer connections. The premium sites are designed for big rigs and feature 40-amp power, sewer connections, and decks. Prices vary, but you can find sites for around $70 a night.
Things to do
Campers can enjoy many amenities at the park. For example, recreational options include a swimming pool, playground, and picnic pavilion. There is also an on-site fitness center and a tanning bed that guests can use. The camping store features a wide selection of camping supplies and gift items. The park also has modern restrooms and shower facilities, as well as a laundry room that is open around the clock.
Call 615-859-0348 for additional information or to make a reservation.
Nashville Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park
The Nashville’s Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park Camp is an excellent choice for RV enthusiasts looking for a true RV resort camping experience. This campground has more than 200 RV campsites and 30 spots designed for tent campers. There are also two camping cabins on the grounds for those not traveling with a camper or a tent.
RV campsites are available to accommodate both 30- and 50-amp power. Some sites have full hookups, while others have water and electricity only. Most of the spots are shaded, and pull-thru sites are available. Free Wi-Fi internet access is provided throughout the park.
Activities and Amenities
The campground offers a wide variety of amenities and activities for campers to enjoy. For example, Nashville’s Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park has a large swimming pool, two playgrounds, sports courts (basketball, shuffleboard, tetherball, and volleyball), and more. There is an around-the-clock laundry facility on-site, as well as clean bathrooms and shower facilities. There is a well-stocked camp store where you can purchase supplies and gifts and make arrangements for tours of the Nashville area. Many fun activities are scheduled daily, such as movie and cartoon viewing in the on-site theater, hayrides, organized games, and much more. Fun characters from the Yogi Bear cartoon series even visit the park regularly.
Call 615-889-4225 for more information or to reserve a campsite.
Nashville KOA Resort
The Nashville KOA is an excellent option for RV travelers, as well as for those looking for rustic lodging rental options. This campground offers RV sites that can accommodate every type of vehicle, from small pop-up campers to the largest and most luxurious motor homes on the road. Tent campsites are also available. Rates are about $70 a night.
Rent an RV
If you don’t have your own RV but want to enjoy a recreational vehicle camping experience, you can rent a park model Airstream to stay in during your trip to the Nashville area. This campground also offers rental cabins, lodges, and more for those who are looking for additional rusting camping options.
Amenities for Campers
Campers can enjoy many amenities on the grounds of the park. There is a swimming pool, picnic pavilion, and plenty of room to play. There’s even a dedicated pet playground for canine campers to enjoy. Free Wi-Fi access and cable television are provided throughout the park. There are clean, modern bathhouses and restroom facilities as well as a laundry room.
Call 615-889-0286 or 800-562-7789 to learn more or to reserve a campsite.
Grand Ole RV Resort
Are you looking to immerse yourself into the local Nashville music scene? Then Grand Ole RV Resort might be right up your alley. Located in historic Goodlettsville, Tenn., this family-owned RV site features live music nightly. Known for its beautiful Southern setting, Grand Ole RV offers RVers a place to call home year-round.
Getting Your Site
This RV park offers 130 sites with both 30- and 50-amp hookups located just a hop, skip, and jump from Nashville. It also offers on-site propane for patrons. Campers can find both daily and weekly rental rates of $40 and $280 for either type of site. However, if you have more than two adults in your party, it will cost you a bit more.
Activities to Enjoy
Since this RV park is only 12 miles from Nashville, the activities are endless. You can enjoy live music and the Kountry Kitchen, which is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner within the campground itself. Children can also enjoy the playground found on-site. However, the main attraction is the close proximity to the Grand Ole Opry, Belle Meade Plantation, and more.
To book your site, call the office at 615-420-6036.
Elm Hill Lakefront RV Resort
Nashville and the water; it doesn’t get any better than that. For a lakefront RV haven, you can check out Elm Hill Lakefront RV Resort. Located in Nashville, Tenn., you are smack dab in the middle of all the action. This unique RV park is snuggled on the peninsula of Percy Priest Lake. Therefore, you have ample swimming and beach opportunities.
Situating Your RV
When it comes to campsites, Elm Hill Lakefront RV Resort has the hookup with 131 lakefront sites available. All the sites include Wi-Fi and cable to ensure campers have all the comforts of home. Getting an inland site costs around $80 a night, but a lakefront experience costs more than $100. The sites fit vehicles up to 45-feet-long and offer full hookups and pull-through options.
Beach access and sunbathing aren’t the only things you can find at this RV park; the resort also has a pool and pavilion area. Additionally, campers will find a lush playground for the kids and a game area. Within the campground, campers have access to common facilities such as showers, laundry, and bathhouses. When you venture outside, Music City is your oyster.
Dive into your RV experience at Elm Hill RV Resort by calling 615-710-9365.
Texas T Campground
Open year-round, Texas “T” Campground is located on Exit 27 of Highway 65 in Cornersville, Tenn. Located outside of Nashville, RV enthusiasts can enjoy a little Southern comfort while immersing themselves in the Nashville music scene.
To the Nashville explorers, Texas T features 40 pull-through and full hookup sites. However, you can also find 30 electric service sites and even a primitive camping area. The bathrooms and showers are open 24 hours a day, along with the laundry area.
This pet-friendly campground offers a club room and a playground for children. However, the real activities can be found around the campground. In addition to the fun of Nashville and the Grand Ole Opry, you can visit the Jack Daniels Distillery and the Space Center in Huntsville, Alabama.
Clarksville RV Park
A full-service RV station, Clarksville RV Park is ready to fill all your RV needs. Located just off the interstate about an hour outside Nashville, the park offers easy access for all RV vehicles. Not only are you going to enjoy your stay, but this RV park prides itself on making you feel at home through RV organizations.
This campground offers several RV campsites for campers. These sites come in various sizes to accommodate most size rigs, including large RVs. At Clarksville, RVers have access to free Wi-Fi, a dump station, and clean restrooms and showers. From full hookups to standard electric, sites start at around $30.
Activities and Amenities
In addition to the multitude of activities around Nashville, the park offers several features that campers might enjoy. From a full laundry to a large playground for kids, this campground is dedicated to providing campers with comfort. To cool off in the Tennessee heat, you can take a swim in the large pool or enjoy the pavilion.
To reserve a campsite, call 931-648-8638.
Fall Hollow Campground
Located just off Natchez Trace Parkway, Fall Hollow Campground is located about an hour from Nashville. However, this RV park makes up for the distance in amenities. In addition to being an RV park, it’s also a bed-and-breakfast that is open year-round. While the main attraction is Nashville, RVers can find fun hiking at Devil’s Backbone or canoe the Buffalo River located just minutes away.
RV Sites and Hookups
Recreational vehicle campsites go from 10- to 50-amp full hookup sites. You can find prices ranging from $25 to 40 for four people. Extra party members cost more. You can also rent a cabin or try out the bed-and-breakfast. Many of the larger RV sites also offer Free Wi-Fi and pull-through sites.
In addition to hiking and canoeing in the area, you can also check out the Elephant Sanctuary in Hohenwald, Tennessee, or check out the Tennessee National Raceway. Horse connoisseurs will enjoy the Calico Junction Ranch with horse riding and more than 100 miles of trails through trees and meadows.
To reserve your spot, call 931-796-1480.
More Nashville Camping Options
These are just a few of the many options for RV camping in Nashville. If you want to find out about additional RV campgrounds in and around the Music City, see the Nashville and Central Tennessee Page on Trails.com and the Visitor Information Page on the Nashville Chamber of Commerce website.