CampOut Junkies 2015 Keystone Summerland
CampOut Junkies 2015 Keystone Summerland
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Whether you enjoy beautiful natural landscapes or experiencing some of the rich history that made the US what it is today, renting an RV in Murfreesboro, Tennessee gives you the chance to see it all.
A nice mix of relaxation and depth, an RV trip in Murfreesboro is a great time waiting to happen. A perfect place to bring kids to learn about the past while enjoying the region’s mountains, valleys, and even beaches, renting an RV is a great way to absorb all the diverse offerings in the area. Great food, nature, entertainment, and people make a trip to Murfreesboro well worth your time.
If you want to park your RV rental in Murfreesboro instead of driving it everywhere, take advantage of the Rover bus system to get around and see what interests you. Murfreesboro offers plenty to see and do, but one of best features is its location. You can check out the nearby major cities of Franklin, just over a half-hour away, or Nashville, just a bit farther. So hurry up and rent an RV to see why classic Tennessee is a great place to be.
With that small town that grew into a real city feel, Murfreesboro enjoys its slower paced growth with a number of wonderful natural areas to explore close by. Renting an RV in Murfreesboro, TN is the gateway to a beautiful experience as long as you know where to go. The Stones River National Battlefield is an absolute must-see, covering over 500 acres with trails. Trek across one of the main battlefields of the Civil War and then pay your respects at the memorial cemetery. If you are looking to enjoy nature without the weight of war, try Barfield Crescent Park for plenty of trails to traverse along with community sports. Richard Siegel Park is another tame park with trails to walk if you want to enjoy the community.
Once you are done visiting the parks, check out Gateway Island for its easy paved paths and beautiful scenic views overlooking the lake. You don't even need to get back in the RV to explore the connected General Braggs Trailhead, which leads to another spectacular park as well. There's more than parks and trails to see as well. Drive your RV over to Murfree Spring Wetlands and see the 25 acres of a diverse ecosystem from the perspective of the walking trails and raised boardwalks. The Nice Mill Dam Recreation area is also a sight to see, especially if you want to hit the water or go trout fishing. Renting an RV in Murfreesboro is great for experiencing nature with some extra historical depth.
While there isn’t a ton of locations to park your RV within Murfreesboro, there are more than enough spots close by. Finding a good place for the home base of your vacation is simple, so you can spend your time enjoying the area instead of scouting a good RV park.
About 40 minutes north in Lebanon you can find the Shady Acres RV Park. With ample space, a nearby creek, full hookups and a spot that puts you in between many interesting areas, this park is a solid option. A bit closer in Smyrna, Tennessee, about 20 minutes away, you can find the Nashville I-24 Campground. This spot has everything but cable. A convenience store, gift shop, local music and a nice location with other resources nearby help this campground stand out. You could also try the Nashville East/Lebanon KOA or the Anderson Road Campground if you are looking for more options outside of the city.
When you rent an RV to see Murfreesboro you are going to get a great mix of entertainment and history wherever you go, along with some good down south cooking to keep you satisfied. Check out the Oaklands Mansions to see the history of colonial Tennessee. Once you've see the higher society, you must see Cannonsburgh Village. This is a reproduced pioneer village with plenty of history. Soak even more in at the Tennessee Civil War National Heritage Area, and then bask in the sun at Boro Beach, Murfreesboro's own water park fun zone. Finally, grab your history with a more modern spin at the Middle Tennessee Museum of Natural History with their Earth Experience exhibit. Then take it a step further when you visit Discovery Center at Murfree Spring.