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Welcome to Franklin, in central Tennessee, near the country music capital of the world, Nashville. The county seat of Williamson County and the site of the famous Battle of Franklin during the Civil War, this charming city boasts a beautiful and quaint downtown area, resplendent with cafes, shops, and restaurants. Surrounded by natural beauty, several state parks, and a few hours west of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Franklin is situated in a great area where you can experience almost limitless outdoor adventures in a stunning landscape. Create your own experience in this beautiful area and book an RV in Franklin.

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Experience the Sites and Scenery

As you travel in and around Franklin, you’ll see some of the prettiest landscapes you’ll ever find. In any direction, you can find yourself hiking near beautiful creeks, enjoying the history of the area, exploring multiple state parks and national monuments, and more. Natchez Trace National Scenic Trail, part of the national park system, offers thick forests for hiking, mountain biking, bird watching, and a beautiful driving path that will take you through 10,000 years of history.

Camping is also available for the Franklin rental RV. Bowie Nature Park, just to the west, is a kid-friendly hiking area and nature preserve. Eastern Flank Battlefield is the site of the Battle of Franklin; not only a historic site, this gorgeous area will take your breath away on many levels. To the northeast, enjoy Radnor Lake State Park and its fishing, camping, hiking, bicycling and other fun outdoor activities. Aspen Grove Park, to the northeast just a couple of miles, offers a lovely creekside trail and playground, all within a thick, green forest. There are literally dozens of great hiking and fishing areas, all within a few minutes drive of downtown Franklin. If you love the great outdoors, your Franklin RV rental will help you experience this beautiful area, fully.

A visit to this area is not complete without taking your Franklin camper rental to the world-famous Great Smoky Mountains National Park, just a three and a half hour drive to the east. Mountain ridgeline after ridgeline straddles the border between Tennessee and North Carolina. The landscape of this area is unforgettable with the lush forests, wildflowers that bloom year-round, numerous streams, rivers and waterfalls that share the trail with you. The great Appalachian Trail passes through this national park, too! On the highest peak, Clingmans Dome, there is an observation tower where you can experience the awe-inspiring vistas of the mist-covered mountains. In and around the park, your Franklin rental camper will have access to camping, many services, fuel and easy travel amenities. So plan on staying a while, and avoid weekend crowds by hanging out in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park in your Franklin motorhome rental.

City Attractions

Franklin is the 7th largest city in Tennessee, but it feels like a small town. The downtown area is absolutely gorgeous, and offers art, history, a vibrant restaurant scene, quaint pubs, outdoor events and festivals, and a wide variety of shopping experiences. Franklin’s spring Main Street Festival celebrates art, food, carnival attractions, music and fine crafts. Pumpkinfest, in the fall of course, is an annual fundraiser for the Heritage Foundation of Franklin and Williamson County. This family-themed fair features children's amusement rides, live music, food and local artisans. More than 50,000 people each year come to Franklin to celebrate their famous Dickens of a Christmas with recreations of scenes from A Christmas Carol.

If you enjoy Civil War history, there are dozens of sites and places to visit. Among these are the Carter House, Fort Granger Park, Winstead Hill Park, the Confederate Memorial, and the Lotz House Museum. Franklin is also an arts town, with several world-class galleries. Nearby Nashville features art museums like the Frist Art Museum and Cheekwood Art Museum and Botanical Gardens.

Shopping in Franklin is a favorite pastime. In the historic downtown district, you will find jewelry, antiques, arts and crafts, boutiques, vintage clothes, booksellers, and much, much more. If you really love antiques, check out the local antique malls.

There are also lovely parks, perfect for picnics, strolling, people watching and just relaxing in this lovely historic town. Some of the favorites include Pinkerton Park with its fun playground and green space, and Collins’ Farm Historic Park, where you can walk and explore this beautiful park and take in local history and nature.

What’s Unique

Besides being a thriving and growing community, and so near to Nashville, Franklin has a unique personality and energy to it. With several fun festivals throughout the year, the town is alive and involved, and you’ll feel right at home. Folks are sweet and proud of their little corner of Tennessee and they are quick to share tidbits and stories, along with recommendations of where to go and what to see. Music and art are big in Franklin, and its lovely downtown area and plaza are great places to really feel all that Franklin has to offer.

Where to Park It

Franklin is located in an area of the country that welcomes RVs and campers. There are several RV parks right in the city, and some in Nashville, too. Nearby state and national park camping opportunities are convenient and there are many local Walmart stores to utilize. The versatility that a Franklin rental RV offers will help you really delve into this lovely area, rich in natural beauty, history and the arts. There really is no better way to explore the region than with a camper rental in Franklin. You’ll be able to dip into city experiences and stunning outdoor vistas, all in the same day, and choose your sleeping accommodations nightly without having to pack and unpack. What a great way to go and explore this stunning area, in your Franklin RV rental.

The Food

There’s no excuse to leave this town hungry; Franklin offers a wide variety of food offerings compressed into a small area in town. When you consider its proximity to Nashville, your offerings are multiplied even more. Of course, southern BBQ is ubiquitous, and there’s so much more to enjoy. In historic downtown Franklin, there are wine and burger pairings, coffee shops, gourmet mercantiles, farm-to-table specials, wine bars, artisan brews, sophisticated dining experiences, homemade sweets and international flavors like Italian and Mediterranean.

One of the best farmers markets in the area is held in downtown Franklin each Saturday, featuring local produce, live music, arts and crafts, fun for the kids, and great food trucks.

Franklin is a wonderful destination with beautiful natural areas coupled with arts and culture, delicious food, wine and beer, history and more. Search for an RV rental in Franklin, TN and start planning your own wonderful vacation adventures.

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