The relaxing family friendly atmosphere at Harpeth River Campground will have campers wanting to return as often as possible. Harpeth River Bridge Campground is located about 10 miles northwest of Ashland City, TN and is a 30 minute drive to Nashville.
Keep in mind, staff will hold a campsite until the check-out time (2:00 pm) on the day following the arrival date. However, if you're arrving late, we highly recommend you call the campground to notify the Park Attendant. If arrival does not occur before check-out time on the day following the arrival date, the reservation will be canceled.
The temperate climate here allows for a lengthy recreation season, including boating, canoeing, and fishing. There is a large playground for the children and horseshoe pits for the adults. A large pavillion will be great for big family get togethers.
Weather you plan on using a tent or an RV, all sites have water and 50-amp electric hookups. Additional amenities include hot showers, new boat ramp, large picnic shelter, playground, concreted sites and a dump station.
Harpeth River Bridge Campground is located on the right bank of the Harpeth River. The water wraps almost all the way around the campground so that every site can be considered a water site. Beautiful old trees litter the area and provide cool shade on even the hottest days.
Nearby attractions include Cheatham Lake Wildlife Management Area, Doziers Dock, and Pardue Recreation Area. All the sights and sounds of Nashville, TN are just a 30 minute drive away.
ADA Access: N
We are new-ish to camping and were directed here by the nice lady at Lock A once we were told the first come first serve sights were taken and this place had one sight available. The grounds are well kept and the showers are very nice. We pitched our tent on comfortable ground and were serenaded by the sounds of trucks coming down the bridge overhead with their jakes on at night. Bring earplugs if you are in a tent. Nice staff at checkin and cleaning crew very thorough.
Hard to get reservations because they allow people to book out every weekend for the entire season and not even show up all of thier booked with down. Reservations need changes. noon should be able to treat a site as if they own it and keep it booked every weekend all season. Beautiful spot if you can get in.
Harpeth River Bridge Campground is newer, small and very nice. Only 15 sites including the campground hosts.
Water and electric on sites, my favorite was 8, very usable with Tentsile Tent and right on the water.
Watersports are the only flavor on the menu. But!!! There are several recreation areas nearby to enjoy in addition to Harpeth.