This "campground" was the closest camp I found when traveling to Stones River National Battlefield so I decided to take a trip to tour both. Only approximately 10 miles north it is located just off of the Stones River. It itself has been said to have many historical significances thus it becoming a green space.
The site is most well known as a launch into the river itself, but it does have many picnic areas which are very well put together and provide a nice retreat for families traveling or locally visiting. There is a single facility with electricity for those wanting to rent the pavilion. Otherwise this is a day use area and not so much of a campground.
When I was passing through someone was using this area as a birthday party area so there were not a lot of areas I could truly sit down to appreciate being a solo traveler not a part of the party itself. There were several trailers parked which had used the launch and it looked like quite a popular site.
I loved that this space seemed to well put together and maintained and I determined it would make a great lunch spot when traveling, again just about 10 miles from the battlefield and other historic sites.
I made a tour of campgrounds and lake recreation spots near Nashville TN during an extended trip where I had to be there to keynote some conferences.
Camping- The camping is normal. Nothing special, but perfectly adequate. All you need and nothing more. The spots are beautiful though. Right on the water.
Grounds- The grounds here were very well kept.
If all you want is a spot of ground near the water, this is it.