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Camping in Tennessee

Rocky Top Campground:

Located about 15 miles from the Bristol Motor Speedway, is 35 acres of wooded pull through sites with water and electric hook-ups. There are air conditioned restrooms with hot showers, tent platforms and showers. You can reserve a modem hook up or watch TV. The campgrounds are convenient to the Hands-On Museum, the Appalachian Caverns, Cherokee Adventures Whitewater Rafting, and several other fun family activities and attractions.

Nashville KOA Kampground:


The KOA Kampground in Nashville has 426 sites, 291 full hook-ups and 77 water and electrical hook-ups. There is also a convenience store where you can stock up on supplies, and a laundry service. You can enjoy a game of basketball, let the children stretch their legs on the playground, go swimming in the outdoor pool, play horseshoes or have fun in the recreation room.

Holiday-Nashville Travel Park:


Just a bit down the road from KOA Kampground is the Holiday-Nashville Travel Park. With 168 full hook-ups and 67 water and electric, there is everything you need to camp in comfort. At the campground, you will find a laundry service, a convenience store, ice, volleyball and basketball courts, an outdoor pool, a recreation room, and a playground.


Countryside RV Resort:


Located just outside of Murfreesboro, the Countryside Resort is a great place to stay and relax. The Country has 100 sites—61 full hook-ups and 39 water and electrical hook-ups. You can stock up on supplies at the convenience store, do laundry, kick back and relax by the pool or under the pavilion, For more active fun, you can play volleyball, basketball, tennis, and horseshoes. For the children, there is a playground. The Countryside Resort is convenient to the Cedars of Lebanon State Park and Old Hickory Lake.

Don't forget your fishing rod when camping in Tennessee because the fishing in Tennessee is world class and a real pleasure for novices to experts.

RV Photo by Erin Willett