The 4 RV Campgrounds in Nashville You Won’t Want to Miss!

Josh SchukmanDecember 14, 2022

The 4 RV Campgrounds in Nashville You Won’t Want to Miss!

4 RV Campgrounds in Nashville that offer the best of worlds

Nashville is that rare one-of-a-kind town that offers visitors the chance to enjoy city life and the great outdoors while wrapped up in both country and rock ‘n’ roll culture. If that mix sounds good to you, then staying at a RV campground in Nashville is a surefire way to have it all. Known as Music City, Nashville is surrounded by forests and lakes, and is an incredible destination almost anytime of the year.

In this blog post, we will explore some of the most popular (and closest) RV campgrounds in Nashville. Whether you want to explore the city or spend time in nature, these campgrounds will provide the perfect basecamp for any Nashville adventure.

Elm Hill RV Resort

Elm Hill RV Resort in Nashville, TN
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Nestled on the banks of Percy Priest Lake, Elm Hill RV Resort is only 13 miles from downtown Nashville. This scenic campground offers 131 sites with complete hookups, including cable and WiFi. There are many opportunities to fish, swim, or boat in the area. And with Nashville just a short drive away, you can enjoy all the city has to offer without sacrificing the peace and quiet of the great outdoors. The staff there is incredibly friendly and welcoming, and the grounds are well-maintained and beautiful.

On-site amenities at Elm Hill RV Resort include an outdoor pool (open May 15 – October 1), laundry facilities, a new playground and bathhouses, private beach access, game areas, and more. There are also many activities to enjoy, from hiking and biking to kayaking and canoeing. If you don’t want to bring your own boat, paddleboard, or kayak with you, no problem! You can take advantage of the rental options they have available on-site.

Nashville KOA

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If you’re looking for a luxury RV camping experience near Nashville, be sure to check out the Nashville KOA. This campground is located just 12 miles from downtown Nashville, which means you can check out the city without having to travel far. And with plenty of on-site amenities like a pool, natural playground, hot tub, sauna, basketball court, and dog park, you’ll never be bored at the Nashville KOA. Plus, the campground has a shuttle service to and from downtown Nashville, so you can leave your car there and explore the city stress-free.

Whether you want to choose a campground for traditional camping or glamping, Nashville KOA has different types of RV sites and cabins that will fit your camping needs. No matter the size of your RV, they can accommodate you at their deluxe sites, some of which come complete with KOA PatioTMs to make your experience more enjoyable. If you have pets, their Deluxe Pet Patio Sites include private pet pens for them to run around in. The standard RV sites with full hookups are a great option for those who just need a simple setup.

Nashville RV Resort & Cabins

Nashville RV Resort & Cabins
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Nashville RV Resort & Cabins, previously known as Nashville Jellystone Park, is just a few minutes from Nashville KOA and Camping World. This 100% pull-through resort is the only one of its kind in the city. With 233 pull-through sites and a few big rig-friendly full hookup sites that are 80 feet long, you’re sure to find a spot for your RV.

You can bring your whole family to their pet-friendly campground, where you can enjoy the pool, outdoor yard games, mini-golf, and outdoor yard games. There’s also a dog park where your pup can run around. WiFi is provided, allowing you to stay connected while on vacation. This campground is less than three miles from the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville, so you can easily enjoy live music entertainment nearby if you’re feeling that old-time country vibe.

Two Rivers Campground

Two Rivers Campground
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If you’re looking for a more peaceful camping experience near Nashville, Two Rivers Campground might be the place for you. Located on the same road as Nashville RV Resort & Cabins and Nashville KOA, this campground is only 2 miles away from Opryland and the newest shopping center, Opry Mills.

At Two Rivers Campground, they have a concierge desk that can help you with tickets to local attractions and suggestions for the best activities in Nashville. Plus, there’s a shuttle service, which makes it easy to get around town without having to worry about your RV.

Some of the on-site amenities include bathhouses, a game room, an outdoor pool, a playground, and seasonal live music performances. There are also free WiFi and electric hookups. Additionally, you can get souvenirs, groceries, and other camping necessities from their store.

We hope this list of RV campgrounds in Nashville helps you plan your next camping trip. If you don’t have an RV, we’ve got you covered with different rental options. Check out these campers for rent in Nashville and get ready to explore this amazing city!

3 Commonly asked questions about RV Campgrounds in Nashville

Is Nashville RV-friendly?

Yes, Nashville is very RV-friendly! Many campgrounds provide full hookup sites as well as a variety of on-site amenities, and cabin rentals for non-RV camping family members.

How many campgrounds are in Nashville?

There are more than 10 campgrounds in the Nashville area, including Nashville KOA, Nashville RV Resort & Cabins, Two Rivers Campground, and many more.

How much does an RV park cost?

The cost of an RV park varies depending on the individual campsite and amenities offered. Generally, you can expect to pay between $30 and $75 per night.

Josh is half of the husband+wife duo behind - where their mantra is "life, unwasted". Josh and his wife gallivanted all over the country in an '88 Airstream for 4+ years. They now run a glamping property in Montana by Glacier National Park. They keep up their RVing love by renting out vintage Airstreams and other RVs to travelers hitting Montana.

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