Nashville North KOA Journey
A camping oasis just 18 miles north of Downtown Nashville. . .
Whether you're passing through on your way south for the winter (or north for the summer!), or planning a trip to visit Music City, Nashville North KOA is the perfect campground for you! Open year-round and conveniently located just off Interstate 65 and Highway 31 in Goodlettsville, our KOA Journey offers an “easy in, easy out” camping experience, with long pull-thru sites and a well-stocked general store for all your travel needs, anytime of year.
Enjoy our full-hookup RV sites, camping cabins, pet walk area, outdoor concert pavilion, swimming pool, shuffleboard courts, children's playground, 24-hour laundry, immaculately clean restrooms, free WiFi and a well-stocked general store including local goodies, propane, and firewood. On Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights (May through September), join us for live music performances in our outdoor concert pavilion.
Leave the driving to others! Our hospitable Guest Services Team will help you arrange transportation to downtown and tickets with the Trolley and more. There's so much to see and enjoy, including the Country Music Hall of Fame, Hattie B's Fried Chicken, The Parthenon, and Marathon Motor Works.
Wanting to take a break from the Nashville scene? Our team has many amazing recommendations for nearby local diners, pubs, antique malls, and farmer's markets.
Come join us around the campfire to experience the best campground for live music, clean facilities, and stellar hospitality. We look forward to hosting you!
The staff and service was excellent! They were a step above on service most of all. Everything was spot on from campsite propane refills and trash pickup to fantastic communication on everything from weather alerts, road conditions, and package delivery. The location is on north side of town with close access to all the Nashville amenities. I stayed three months and very pleased with how easy it was to get around. Surrounded by nice mix of pleasant professionals, retirees, and families. Prices may seem high at first glance but are are very reasonable and competitive for the Nashville area. I'll be back!
Dustin Keith Scarbrough
Very kind staff 👍 definitely would stay here again We stayed here for our honeymoon and they were all amazing! Can't wait to come back! I wanted to update this review, we stayed here in December, and we fell in love. Working at a campground, and knowing what to expect, I'm happy we stayed here. I can't wait to go back. We've been taking day trips to Nashville, but haven't had the chance to get back to here. The site was great, with great and easy to get in to, even after hours. However, the road was a tad narrow trying to make the left turn to the exit (we went straight after all) The dog walk was flooded at the time of our last visit. They were very informative over the phone in letting us know this. I've sent several people down this way and still plan to.
Great campground. We stayed at a cabin for one night with two kids and it was 20 degrees, they offered extra blankets if need, cabin had two space heaters and ended up being very warm. Even though it's a smaller campground, at night when your having your fire and cooking on the grill you still feel like your at any other campground, and that's all that matters. Great place.
We stayed at Nashville North KOA Friday, February 18th through Monday, February 21st. We loved it here! The staff was friendly, warm, and accommodating. They filled our propane tanks (which was reasonably priced compared to other campgrounds) and then gave my husband a lift back to our campsite on their golf cart. We wanted to have a campfire on our last night but the fire ring was missing from our site. We let the office know and they had one delivered immediately. The sites were easy to get into and out of. The park was conveniently located off of I65. We initially chose this place because of the location and the playground but we didn’t get a chance to test out the grounds. The park was very clean and dog friendly. Would definitely recommend! Other reviewers complained about the noise and the sites being small… pack a white noise machine or download a white noise app on your phone. As for the sites being small, this is the case for most Nashville campgrounds. Most visitors are here to explore Nashville, not spend the day at the park. Just as a reference, downtown Nashville is about a 20 minute drive from here. There are closer campgrounds to the city.
Nice park, not fancy. It's close to I65 and there is a truck stop right before you get on I65. Depending on where you park, the noise from I65 could be a problem if you are a light sleeper. Sites are gravel and some sites have concrete patios. Water pressure is great, and the wifi works very well. The staff is very personable. The reason for the low rating is the "live music." The website says they have "live music" Thursday evenings from May through September. We were there in April and they had "loud music" on Saturday and Sunday evenings that went on until 9P on Saturday, and 8P on Sunday. The music was so loud that I could hear it inside the RV with everything closed up and music playing at a comfortable volume. It was much louder than the traffic noise from I65. When I inquired, I was told that they actually play it louder on most occasions, that they did not care that the music was so loud that it was disturbing, and that they are in "Music City" and that's what we do. The person I spoke with was quite arrogant about it. This is a small RV park. Having music blaring in the middle of the park without regard for the people camping is simply rude. If you had rolled in for a one night stay after a long day on the road, and wanted to simply get some rest, I predict you would be disappointed by the music. Take away the "live music" and the rude attitude that goes along with it, and you have a decent park.