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This was our second time staying here during the pandemic. The staff were extremely helpful and pleasant and all employees were masked when indoors. We decided to try a back-in spot (R12) along the wall that separates the KOA from the RV campground next door. Nice and quiet, adequate shade during the day, and right next to the dog park! 5 bars of 5Ge on AT&T and the campground WiFi was good enough to get some work done.
This is without a doubt one of the nicest KOA’s we’ve visited. We would absolutely stay here again.
Overall this is a good campground. It is right on the lake and probably the best access to downtown Nashville and other attractions. It is part of a water park which was closed when we were there, which might change things. Sites are spaced out well and easy to access. WiFi and cell were both good. Bathrooms were clean.
Spent Thanksgiving here as a way to just have a quiet relaxing time.
A lot of people pull in for the night since it's right off the highway and behind a Pilot/Flying J, but it was still quiet.
Got to chat at length with the owner and you can tell he cares about the property.
Will stay again when I'm in the area.
Stayed here with friends who had a large RV. When we arrived, we set to work on getting the slides out and and the RV leveled. We had originally reserved site#9, which offered some challenged in getting level. There was also one tree on the site, that prevented us from putting the awning out. We went into the office to check in and see if it was possible for us to move 2 sites over to#7. They were very helpful and flexible with our need to move. Once we made that move the RV leveled and all slides and awnings were available to us. The sites are very clean and well maintained. The bathroom and shower facilities are also very clean and well maintained. They offer a shuttle to take campers to Broadway for just$10/person. The shuttle runs on scheduled and communication around expectations was very clear. Firewood at the KOA was pretty expensive. We paid$10/bundle, and the wood available on our visit was cedar. As you can imagine we burned through a bundle in about an hour. The second day we checked around and found a firewood business about 30 minutes away. Nashville Firewood was a bit muddy, but luckily we had 4 wheel drive to venture back into the property and load up. Overall, great stay. Will be back again, and this time bring family to stay in one of the nice cabins they have available.
Many improvements have been made since last year. The pull thru sites have been widened and are more accommodating for larger RVs. They are working on adding a few more pull thru sites as well. The sites are gravel and mostly level. All sites are FHU. They do offer short term monthly rates which are back in sites that have a little more room. There are 4 rustic cabins available, and the bathhouses are reserved currently for those guests only due to COVID. The laundry room is only open Fri-Sun. There are no fire rings on the sites, but you can rent a fire pit with a screen. There are also community fire pits for everyone to enjoy. There is a playground, hammock hut, and game area for the kids to stay entertained. The owners, managers, and staff are all great and you can see the hard work they are putting in to continue to upgrade this campground.
This was our first stay here, and we had heard great things about it. It is a beautiful state park known as the"Queen of Tennessee's State Parks". There are 4,000 acres with mountain biking, fishing, hiking, picnic areas, kayaking/canoeing, and a golf course. Nashville is only 45 minutes away. The campground was nice. Our site was tight, and we didn't have a lot of room for our truck. We had to move to a different site for the 3rd night and the water connection was quite a reach. The sites were mostly level and some were shaded. The bathhouse was clean and there was a laundry area with 2 washers/dryers. We did have a picnic table and fire ring. We had 2-3 bars of Verizon 4G. There was a playground for the kids. There is a small creek that runs along the western edge of the campground. We did spot some snakes(copperheads maybe?) near the creek. There is a small camp store that had a few supplies, ice cream, ice& firewood. The employees were very nice. We would definitely stay here again.