A one night stop in Nashville brought us to stay at this Nashville KOA campground. It was convenient to the airport (which we needed) and not off our path as we headed North West.
I apologize for the lack of photos. We arrived late and left by 9 the next morning. Taking photographic proof was a bit low on the hierarchy of needs. However, if you allow me to paint a picture for you with my words you will see this was a lovely park worthy of review.
This KOA receives many 5 star reviews and upon inspection it is well earned. The highlights being immaculate landscaping, lovely pool, outdoor activity areas, and a great location.
We had a pull thru lot including a table with chairs, glider bench and fire ring. All the lots in the park appeared level.
The pool was fantastic. There were several chairs and loungers as well as bar tables and shaded areas. It was conveniently located next to the park store.
The park store had lounge areas, pool tables, and a few food choices.
The oversized chess and checkers boards were a great outdoor add and my kids always love playing on them. There was also a bowling lane with pins adjacent. I didn’t see a bowling ball but I am sure they have some in the office to borrow. Behind my sons head you can see the little cabins KOA is famous for.
The Nashville KOA was near full when we stayed but it was quiet and didn’t have a crowded feel to it.
Restaurants abound near this KOA so finding food won’t be an issue. We had dinner at the Cock of the Walk next door.
Wifi was good but did not allow streaming. If there was a playground, we did not find it.
I plan on returning to this KOA in the future (likely March). It was a gem being so close to the Gaylord-Opryland hotel. Lots of great outdoor space. There is also a trolley stop by the office that can help you explore the area. Uber rates for Opryland were $6.13 one way.
Whether you are in town for 1 night or an extended stay this may just be the park to service your Nashville Camping needs.
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