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About Nashville Shores Lakeside Resort

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Alcohol Allowed
Firewood Available
Pets Allowed
Phone Service
Picnic Table
Sewer Hookups
Trash Available
Water Hookups
Nashville Shores Lakeside Resort is located in Tennessee
36.1639 N
-86.6009 W
Get Directions
From Nashville, Memphis, and Bellevue: Take I-40 East from Nashville to Old Hickory Boulevard (Exit 221B) and go South. Turn right on Bell Road and the Nashville Shores entrance is a 1/2 mile on the left.
2 Reviews of Nashville Shores Lakeside Resort
Fun, clean, quiet

This campground was very convenient for those visiting the Nashville area, its just off the highway and they offer shuttles for a fee to downtown and opryland. The check in process was quick and simple, the staff were genuinely friendly and helpful. Our campsite was easy to find and very clean. The shower house was one of the best I've seen mostly because it is air conditioned. The showers are all very private and clean with plenty of room. The waterpark is just steps away, I would suggest not eating food within the park it is over priced and not very tasty, go to the marina restaurant or eat at your campsite. They have a dog park to exercise your dogs and you can't beat the views. I would recommend this campground.

First to Review
Lots of water activities here

We were in Nashville for a national BMX race at great park nearby. Once racing was over we headed to Nashville shores to camp for our first time. At check-in, there was a little confusion regarding our passes to the waterpark and the amenities that were part of the package we had purchased. We were sent to our site with some wrist bands by a young girl at check-in who was a little inexperienced in the whole check-in /package process there at Nashville Shores RV. Someone was going to contact us and let us know how to take advantage of what we had purchased online. Our RV site was right beside Percy Priest Lake. The weather was so nice, not humid like back home in Florida. The sites were well shaded with full hook-ups. Amenities are bathhouse, laundry, camp store, marina, waterpark, playground, horseshoes, nature trails & a zip line tree tops rope course (installed after our visit). We kind of fell through the cracks so to speak and didn't hear from anyone. Off to the waterpark we went to have some fun and speak to a manager. The boys had a blast running under water buckets dumping over them and going down slides, floating down the lazy river or getting knocked down in the wave pool. This was a great place to cool off and so convenient to our campsite (next door) The management treated our family to a private cabana complete with waitress and free food and souvenirs to make up for a mess-up with our package. It was awesome being waited on hand and foot. We also visited the Gaylord Opryland hotel which is pretty awesome. The boys had fun walking around looking at lush plants, synchronized fountains and illuminated domes. We got some good exercise walking up and down lots of stairs in that massive place. All in all, we would definitely come here again as I am sure they have streamlined the office since 4 years ago.