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Situated on the outskirts of Lebanon and just 30 minutes’ drive from the heart of “Music City,” Nashville East / Lebanon KOA is the perfect base for your central Tennessee vacation. It’s within easy access of all the historic sites, museums, and cultural attractions of these two cities while feeling a world away in its beautiful, countryside setting.
RV camping at Nashville East / Lebanon KOA is easy; the KOA caters to big rigs up to 90 feet in length, with pull-through sites offering full hookups and either 30 or 50 amp electrical connections. Complimentary Wi-Fi is included in your stay while propane and firewood can both be purchased on site. The RV park swimming pool is open from the end of May to the end of September, and there are horseshoes and a basketball court for some recreational fun. Traveling with pets? They’re welcome to stay with you and enjoy a run in the off-leash dog park.
Camp in an RV near Lebanon and make the short drive southwest to Percy Priest Lake, which was created following the construction of a dam in the 1960s. It’s a hub for fishing, boating, and relaxation, with numerous parks along the shore where you can get out on the water. Head to the Cook Day Use Area to take advantage of its swimming beach and nature trail or listen to live music on the floating patio in the Elm Hill Recreation Area. On the eastern shore of the lake is the Long Hunter State Park where you can hike, mountain bike, or explore its Native American archaeological site.
Directly south of Nashville East / Lebanon KOA is the Cedars of Lebanon State Park, which sprawls across 900 acres and is renowned for its cedar glades. This unique ecosystem has adapted to the thin soil layers of the region, with thick stands of red cedar framing the groves that reminded early settlers of the Biblical Lebanese cedar forests. Stretch your legs on the eight miles of hiking trails that wind through the park, including the short Cedar Glades Trail with its interpretive signs and the Limestone Sinks Trail. If you’re after a longer hike, opt for the five-mile Hidden Springs Trail that loops through the cedar glades and a dense stand of mixed red cedar and oak-hickory forest.
Camping at Nashville East / Lebanon KOA is also a good base for visiting the Edgar Evins State Park, which lies around 40 minutes’ drive to the east. It comprises about 6,000 acres of rolling hills along the shores of Center Hill Reservoir and is named after a prominent local businessman and senator who played a vital role in the dam’s construction. Aside from a full-service dock for getting out on the water, the park also features numerous hiking trails that include the Highland Rim Trail, the Dunham Cemetery Trail, and the Millennium Trail that passes the remains of early-20th-century homesteads.
Camp in an RV near Lebanon and spend a day exploring this historic city, which centers around a town square that’s been listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Browse the antique and gift stores that cluster in the surrounds and witness the statue of General Hatton, a Confederate General during the American Civil War. Stop in at Lebanon’s Veterans Museum to explore the artifacts from World War I, World War II, and Desert Storm that are on display, then wander between the turn-of-the-century buildings that are showcased at Fiddler’s Grove Historic Village.
Drive in the other direction, and you’ll arrive in Nashville where you can discover the city’s musical associations at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. Admire the old photographs and memorabilia from some of the genre’s most iconic artists that are featured in the “Sing Me Back Home” exhibit, then see where the legendary radio show of the Grand Ole Opry was once hosted at the historic Ryman Auditorium. Johnny Cash fans shouldn’t miss a visit to the museum dedicated to his life and work while there is no shortage of honky-tonks in The District where you can experience Nashville’s live music scene.
Lebanon campers are within easy access of numerous supermarkets where you can pick up grocery supplies, as well as a good selection of fast food restaurants and eateries if you want to dine out. There are also gas stations in Lebanon if you need to fill up your RV rental, together with mechanics and all the services you need for a stress-free stay.
Whether you want to discover the musical attractions of Nashville or the recreational lakes of central Tennessee, book an RV in Wilson County and start planning your next vacation.