Nashville KOA Resort
Music City's Best Campground!
Ready for a getaway? The Nashville KOA Resort can provide the sensational vacation you need. Whether you prefer music, atmosphere, or food, we have it all. At the Nashville KOA Resort we embody the glamping environment. Our campground offers a swimming pool, hot tub, natural playground, outdoor yard games, amphitheater, refreshing pond, the Notes Café, and free WIFI. Located less than three miles from the Grand Ole Opry, we are the perfect destination for exploring all Nashville has to offer.
Camping in Nashville
Our campground offers sites for every type of RV! We have Deluxe Patio Sites that boast our KOA Patios®, complete with paved pull through pads. We also offer our Deluxe Pet Patio Sites with private pet pens. Don't need all the amenities, book one of our Standard Pull Through Sites with full hookups, or our rustic back-in sites. No RV? No problem. Stay in one of our Deluxe Cabins (complete with linens, towels, and kitchen supplies). Don't want to bring the family? Enjoy a romantic getaway in a Deluxe Studio perfect for two! Want to enjoy the outdoors with a roof over your head? Reserve a Rustic Camping Cabin or pitch a tent in premium tent area.
Let The Nashville Adventure Begin
Nashville possesses many opportunities for adventure, and it can all begin with a reservation at the Nashville KOA Resort! Celebrate with friends and family by heading to Downtown Nashville and enjoying a memorable evening on Broadway. Enjoy the country music city by listening to the artists performing downtown. Make a reservation at the Grand Ole Opry or Ryman Auditorium to hear Country Music Stars perform. Visit the Gulch to experience the trendy vibe, and enjoy the plethora of restaurants and shopping. For the avid adventurer, Nashville offers the unique opportunity to hike into the city using the Nashville Greenway. Enjoy the outdoors, and spectacular view of the Cumberland River.
Don't Miss the History in Nashville
Step back in time to the historical side of Nashville. The Country Music Hall of Fame tells the stories of many country music stars, showcasing the impact of country music on all genres. The Parthenon is a full-scale replica of the original Parthenon in Athens, which is why Nashville was known as the “Athens of the South”. The Hermitage was the home of President Andrew Jackson, and showcases manicured grounds. The Cheekwood Estate and Gardens offers a fifty-five acre botanical garden and art museum. They routinely offer art from around the world in their gardens and mansion.
Don't miss out on experiencing Nashville, and book today!
Finding the perfect place for a weekend getaway or family vacation can be challenging. We try to bring fun for everyone with the great amenities and recreation we offer, such as:
Outdoor pool and hot tub
Bicycle Rentals ($)
Kamp K9® off-leash dog park for your furry friend
Notes Café where you can grab a bite to eat
There is so much to see and explore in Nashville. Book Your Stay Today at the Nashville KOA Resort!
Camped for 2 nights in their tent sites. Pads were a decent size for a small-medium size tent. Has electric, water, fire ring and picnic table as well as a small table with a light. Staff were all very pleasant and helpful. Park is very clean, and pool is wonderful. Will be returning next month for a 4 night stay.
This resort is outstanding. The only ding I can give it is the highway noise. It is very close to the highway. If that is going to bother you, this place is not for you. Otherwise, this place is great. The cabins are fabulous. The site we had was a deluxe site with a patio with furniture and a private dog run. It was perfect for us.
What a gem of a discovery!! This place is beautiful. The RV sites are nice and wide and level and the campfire and seating plazas at each site perfect! The cabins looked so cute we can’t wait to come back!! The guy who took us to our site was very friendly and helpful too.
I though about this rating as the place is decent. And we camp a lot. Good pool, amenities, nice spots and location is great. But.... the water pressure is low and intermittent, little to no hot water in the public bathrooms, laundry shuts at 5pm and the staff don't seem to know what a smile is; they aren't rude as such, but they are all serious and grumpy. When paying $150 a night or so, you really expect a better overall experience.
Everyone mentions the nice patios and amenities… which are indeed nice. Until you see the showers at the bathhouse. When we first arrived we were overall impressed with the sites and the fire pits/table/glider… all of that was clean. But taking a shower in such a FILTHY shower house was a quick change of heart. This was not just “one bad stall” as I looked in multiple “vacant” ones all of which were even worse. I mean I have taken showers in the field that were cleaner than this. I did not even want to put my jeans on in there because of the large CLUMPS of hair, dirty shower curtain and disgusting floor. Half of the other shower house doors do not open so I could not tell you if those were better. But sadly, this one was the best and “cleanest” ones I could find. Would not stay here again, just because of the bathrooms.