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You've come this far, booked a motorhome rental for that once-in-a-lifetime vacation that will stay with you long after; why not finish what you started by finding an RV campground that has everything you need? It's what vacations are for, and Nashville Shores Lakeside Resort wants to make sure you get everything you desire. This family-friendly park is open from around the beginning of February until the end of November each year and is located on Percy Priest Lake. While you're here, you can rent jet skis and pontoon boats, or spend a relaxing morning or afternoon fishing on the lake. Your furry friends are welcome to use the dog park, and there is a playground for the younger kids.
From the moment you arrive at this Nashville area campground, you'll have cable TV channels and Wi-Fi at your disposal so you can settle right in. There are a bathhouse, laundromat, and camp store on-site, and each site has full hookups with 20, 30 or 50 amp electricity. Some of the sites have pull-through access, and some of them are on the waterfront, looking directly onto the lake. After you have gotten your RV rental set up, there's a shuttle service that can take you directly to downtown Nashville or to the Grand Ole Opry, your choice. If you'd rather begin by enjoying the campground, on-site activities include horseshoes, shuffleboard, and seasonal entertainment and activities.
RV rentals in Davidson County are your best bet for finding the rig that perfectly suits your vacation needs. Now that you have it, you just need to choose a destination. Couchville Cedar Glade State Natural Area is home to many rare and endangered plants as well as small patches of woodland and seasonal wet areas. It's an ideal place for nature observation with a variety of oak tree species and underlying limestone formations that take on the appearance of rock gardens when the area is damp. There are trails where you can hike, and dogs are allowed provided they're on a leash, but activities are restricted to just hiking. The area is open to the public from early morning to around sunset; park your campervan rental at the area's entrance, and you can return to a hot beverage and a comfortable chair when you're done.
Radnor Lake State Park is a year-round outdoor recreational area that is open to the public during daylight hours. It has a visitors center where you can ask questions and gather information before heading into the park; the center offers programs conducted by rangers on park snakes and birds of prey, among other topics. The rangers also occasionally lead guided hikes into the park for wildflower and nighttime astronomy observation and even canoe trips. There are many miles of trails for you to use, but only one of them allows pets, bicycles, and joggers; another trail is accessible to ADA all-terrain wheelchairs. The other trails are designated for hiking only but will provide you the chance to observe and/or photograph the owls, herons, and waterfowl that inhabit the park along with amphibians, mammals, and reptiles.
Cedars of Lebanon State Park is a combination of cedar tree groves and limestone glades that have pockets of earth located in cracks and potholes; the scattered soils, scarce water, and extreme heat variations through the year create an almost desert-like ecosystem. There are more than a dozen varieties of plants growing here that are rare, endangered, and can't be found anywhere else in the world. There are trails that you can hike on while observing and enjoying the varieties of plant and animal life such as fox and deer, and you can pack a picnic lunch to enjoy at the picnic shelters. The shelters have tables and grills; some of them can be reserved while the rest are first-come, first-serve.
You will want to spend at least some time enjoying the urban attractions and Tennessee culture while you're camping at Nashville Shores Lakeside Resort. Hendersonville is a small town with a big heart; you'll see this if you're able to visit the Hendersonville Memory Gardens. Many locals are interred in this well-kept and lovely area, including Johnny Cash and June Carter Cash. There's also a museum dedicated to the memory of Johnny Cash within the town limits. The town has the historic Rock Castle that was owned by one of the original town settlers, a brewery where you can sample the local beverages, and a local theater that puts on a variety show which is taped and broadcast on TV. Hendersonville has a long list of restaurants with a good variety of cuisines, so you won't go wrong if you find yourself here at dinnertime.
Gallatin is another town that has a lot of historical attractions on hand, such as the Douglass-Clark House, a historic log building that once served as a family estate. There's also a courthouse where Andrew Jackson tried cases, which is now a museum that provides exhibits and stories about the area's past. There are a museum and a silent movie theater dating back to around 1913 which today presents mainstream movies, plays, concerts, and other entertainments.
Vacations are the time of the year when you can and should indulge yourself with outdoor activities, history, culture, and whatever else comes to mind; Nashville Shores Lakeside Resort is where you can be assured that will happen.