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Offering daily shuttles into Downtown Nashville, the Nashville North KOA is situated just 25 minutes’ drive north of “Music City” in Goodlettsville. This award-winning campground boasts clean facilities, warm hospitality, and a friendly guest services team who can organize tickets to the Grand Ole Opry.
RV camping at Nashville North KOA caters to big rigs up to 90 feet in length and is open throughout the year. They offer full hookups and either 30 or 50 amp electrical connections, with complimentary Wi-Fi and cable TV included in your stay. You can pick up any camping essentials you might need in the well-stocked general store, which also sells propane and firewood.
The RV park swimming pool is open from the end of May to the beginning of October while there are a shuffleboard court and a children’s playground to keep all ages entertained. If you’re traveling with pets, they’re welcome to stay with you and take advantage of the off-leash dog park for a run. On Thursday evenings, the Nashville North KOA hosts a food truck night, accompanied by live country music performances in their outdoor concert pavilion.
Camp in an RV near Goodlettsville and make the short drive south to the Rockland Recreation Area, which is located on the shore of Old Hickory Lake in Hendersonville. The lake forms part of the Cumberland River, which offers excellent fishing for bass, crappie, walleye, sauger, and catfish. Follow one of the nature trails to spot migratory birds in the wetlands or get out on the water to enjoy waterskiing, boating, and swimming. There’s also a volleyball court and playground in the recreation area, as well as picnic facilities and grassy lawns where you can kick back with a good book.
Also nearby is Moss-Wright Park, which sprawls across 147 acres on the edge of Goodlettsville and is the largest park in the city. It was created in 1979 and named after local residents H.S. Moss and Charles Wright. Aside from picnic areas and a shaded pavilion, there’s also a dog park, a fitness area, and baseball/softball fields. You can stretch your legs on the walking trail or kick a ball around on the soccer field.
Camping at Nashville North KOA is also convenient for visiting the Land Between the Lakes National Recreation Area, which sprawls across both Tennessee and Kentucky between the Barkley and Kentucky lakes. It’s been designated as a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, with more than 170,000 acres of forests and wetlands that are home to more than 240 recorded bird species. The recreation area is traversed by more than 500 miles of hiking and mountain biking trails, as well as being a popular area for horseback riding, fishing, and a range of water sports.
Camp in an RV near Goodlettsville and head to Historic Mansker's Station, which encompasses the longest-standing brick structure in Middle Tennessee and a replica 18th-century log station. Join a guided tour of the Bowen Plantation House with one of their costumed interpreters while learning about life on the plantation. The authentically reproduced Mansker’s Fort stands alongside and is a typical example of early Cumberland settlements. See the past come to life during one of the living history demonstrations that are regularly held here, with blacksmiths at work and food being cooked on the open fire.
Make the short drive south to Nashville to spend a day exploring its musical sites and museums, including the iconic Grand Ole Opry where the longest-running radio show in the United States is still presented. Admire the historic Ryman Auditorium that once hosted the Grand Ole Opry and explore the city’s musical associations while browsing the old photographs and memorabilia on display at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. If you’re a fan of Johnny Cash, don’t miss a visit to the museum dedicated to his life, then spend an evening at one of the numerous honky-tonks in The District to experience Nashville’s live music scene.
Goodlettsville campers are within easy access of plenty of supermarkets where you can stock up on grocery supplies, as well as a good selection of fast food restaurants and eateries along the city’s main street. There are also gas stations in Goodlettsville if you need to fill up your RV rental, together with mechanics, banks, and all the services you need for a carefree stay.
Whether you want to discover the musical museums of Nashville or the recreational reserves of central Tennessee, book an RV in Davidson County and start planning your next vacation.