MUSIC CITY U S A Known for country music & Grand Ole Opry. Home to historic landmarks, civil war battlefields, great golf & water fun, fine dining, world famous Broadway 'Honky Tonks' & fabulous Opryland Hotel! Join us for fun packed vacation
cleanliness and physical characteristics of restrooms, including interior construction, adequate supplies/odor free, adequate number of facilities, exterior appearance and location in relation to park spaces, and interior appearance.
the park's setting and site layout, function and identification of signage, overall exterior building maintenance, noise, trash disposal, litter and debris around the grounds and sites, and appearance of grounds, sites and entrance area.
Nice campground we have stayed here several times. Once was for several days to visit Nashville other was an over night stop on our way to FL. Park is clean, easy to get to off of the highway. Staff is friendly and helpful. Did not use the restrooms.
This place was ok until it got really cold. Were not allowed to use water or sewer hookup - understand why BUT no one notified us. Just happened to see a sign on the store door. Fine was $250 if anything happened to their system - but cannot believe they didn't have the decency to come around and inform people.
Because of the water issue we had to use camp bathrooms which were so small. If there was a bigger one for handicapped we never found it. Sooo disappointed in the shower/restrooms - stalls so narrow couldn't even put arms out in shower - tiny area to dress. Overheated, too.
Location was good and the Santa Fe Cattle Company restaurant has the best ribs we ever had - went there 3 times in 7 days.
Great location for visiting Grand Ole Opry, Opryland and The Hermitage,From Briley Parkway you have to negotiage about 1 1/2 miles through a very busy congested area. There is a camping world on one side, and an indepent dealer on the other so, if you need any supplies or repairs, you couldn't find a better location. There is also a KOA and Jellystone park in the same 1 mile stretch. So if they are full there are other options real close. Wifi had Good Connection, Limiting all sites to 3 down/1 up which is good enough to stream in SD, no data cap. In my testing I got close to those speeds. Connection speed is a limited resource, I would much rather see it limited than wide open, and one person, sucking up all the bandwidth. Gravel Site with concrete patio with picnic table, Fairly Level, Free Basic Cable. Site size is average. There are only a few pull through sites, many of the sites are only 30 amp, and some do not have full hookups. It was dark when we pulled in and the site # were not easy to see. Park is Clean, well maintained, I there are any long term campers they were not obvious. Staff was Friendly and Helpful. My Tmobile Router had great signal without using external antenna (35 down/24 up) ATT excellent (58 down/6 Up). $47 with Good Sam discount a bit steep for 30 amp backend.
Stayed here in November in our 40' Class A motorhome. Had a back in gravel site with full hookups. Site was ok but a little muddy. We were close to wash room which was clean but could use updating.
Not a lot of places for dog walking away from campsites and other campers were not good about picking up after pets but you find that in most places you go.
Very busy area with lots of restaurants and RV stores available. We bought propane on our way out from the RV store next door and they were very helpful.
Would definitely stay here again. Owners are very friendly and helpful.
This park is conveniently located for many of the attractions around Nashville. The sites are quite tight and often had no defining line between one space and the next. The staff is great and there is a Camping World store right next door. The cable TV is marginal on signal clarity and the WiFi bandwidth is also marginal. Not a bad campground but nothing outstanding. Just a good average park.
Located in the Music Valley Drive area of Nashville, it is near The Grand Ole Opry, Gaylord Opryland Hotel and the Opry Mills Mall. Located between two RV service centers which is very convenient if you need service. Friendly staff, store, pool and live entertainment. The laundry room was air conditioned and the units were very good. Sites very close, garbage pick up at site, good hook up connections, most cable channels were good, as expected the wifi is slow at times Shuttle to Broadway in Nashville is very convenient ($10).
This campground is nice. Back in spaces were all I saw. Spaces are big enough and the roads are wide enough to back in easy. Cable tv was ok. Internet isn't very good as they limit your usage. It was covenant to the grand Ol Opry is just down the street from here. +++ Nashville is also close to this campground. I would stay here again if visiting Nashville.
The restrooms were very basic and not to the standard of other RV parks I have stayed. We could not get wifi at the pitch and had to go to the main office any time we wanted wifi. The pool was not open and there was no entertainment available. A very disappointing site and not one I would recommend to anyone.
We stayed here at the end of April 2017. The booking process was easy. The sites are a little bit on top of each other but we had plenty of room to stretch out. All the utilities on our site were easy to use and worked perfectly. The office and store had most everything you'd need for a stay, including beer. The restrooms and showers were clean and worked very well. On our last day we had to check out a little after 11am and they let us do that free of charge. Everyone we dealt with at the place was super nice. It's about a 15 minute ride to downtown Nashville so that was good. We'd stay here again
We stayed 3 nights. I agree with all the other reviewers' experiences. It was really not the ideal time of year to visit Nashville, but we had a great visit. It snowed and temps were freezing. Location of this campground is excellent and we enjoyed the Country Music Hall of Fame, Centennial Park, and went to the Opry/Ryman. Will likely return in warmer weather and stay longer.
Excellent greeting at reception, gave us all kinds of information for touring Nashville. Lot was nice. Love the central location. Price was very reasonable considering we always went next door to KOA. Shuttle for $10.00 round trip is great. Will return next time in Nashville.
A nice park with full hookups that work well including cable and WiFi. Paved roads and gravel pads are a little closely spaced but roomy enough for easy parking for even the biggest rigs. Office crew are friendly and full of information about the area and they can provide show tickets and shuttle into town if wanted. Decent little store, nice pool, nice clean bathroom/shower facilities and laundry is available. I was surprised at how quiet the park is considering how close the highway is but didn't hear any traffic noise at night. Need RV supplies? There are two large dealers on either side of the park including Camping World. Get gas just after leaving the highway and turning toward the park; it’s the only one by the park. Quite full when we were here so I think reservations are a good idea. $50 with gs. Try the CockO'the Walk restaurant for great steaks and fried catfish and an easy walk from the park.
Stayed here for a week while touring Nashville. Everything was top notch. Everything was clean and functional and had the best cable signal I have ever had in a park. There was free outdoor music (mostly country of course) ever night and the staff was great. The only downside is the lots are a little tight so your view from your camper is mostly of your neighbors, but each sight is very well maintained so what you do have is very nice and comfortable. Dog area was also a HUGE plus for us. There is some very small highway noise but it very minor. Would gladly stay again next time in Nashville. Also consider taking Tommys Tours available at the main office.
Nice peaceful park with nice pool and live music in evenings. Situated between Jellystone Park and KOA, so there were few children at Two Rivers (hence peaceful). Good price considering it is on Music Valley Drive. Shuttle bus service to downtown Nashville. Easy access to Opry Mills and don't miss walking through Opryland Hotel!
Only down side was campground office / store has a very musty moldy smell. Would stay here again next time we're in Nashville.
We checked in and were greeted with a friendly staff. They were very informative and made the check in process simple. The location is convenient to downtown; the facility has a lot to offer. Nice pool, Great onsite store with everything from food, tools & souvenirs. Sights were easy to pull into and hook up. WIFI was intermittent. There is a Camping World on one side and a RV service center on the other. If you need any parts or supplies try the Cullum & Maxey Camping Center. I would highly recommend this to anyone thinking about stopping.
This campground was comfortable a good stop over. Nice shade trees. Gravel spots. A little tight and close to neighbors BUT the staff were great and helped me out of a big problem. They shipped a small package for me and supplied the mailing envelope free. Delightful help! And Sunday live entertainment was fun too. Thanks!
I think the park is overrated and expensive for what there was. The interior roads were terrible. The road in front of our RV started out as a pond and after some rain became a lake. The sites were pretty close together. Will have to say the restrooms were very clean and personnel were friendly. Definitely will not stay here again.
Pleasant staff in a great location. Site was a backin with patio and table surrounded by grass. Restrooms were very clean, by stalls a little tight. Stayed for 3 nights. Enjoyed the live entertainment one night. Took shuttle to Grand Ole Opry for $5 each round-trip. Also shuttle to downtown ($10) dropped off just a block from the Ryman Auditorium. Don't miss Andrew Jackson's Hermitage an easy 20 minute drive from Two Rivers.
First time we've stayed here. Good location next to Camping World and two other RV sales firms. Close to busy highway but almost no road noise. Cable is very basic and not all channels listed in guide are actually available. Bathrooms were spotless. Showers were tight but everything in this area super clean. Interior roads just like Nashville's - lots of potholes. Nice store and very helpful staff. Daily garbage pickup.
Nice enough, we are staying 3 nights. Really small & tight sites. Our RV is only 20 ft & it barely fit in our space & I could almost shake hands with my neighbors (Not private). Internet while included is weak. Cable seems okay & includes my favorite channels. It has a nice outdoor pool, is next door to Camping World and the $10 RT shuttle to town gives it higher points.
Sites very close - good hook up connections - good cable - wifi slow at times - Gals in office very helpful. Shuttle to downtown superb - $10 pp/rt. Right next door to camping world. bathrooms good. laundry was good. $50/ nt
Stayed here for 2 days on the way through town so I could see my daughter after she got off work a few days. It was very convenience to tons of stuff for the wife and kids to go do. But it was also quiet enough that I enjoyed just kicking back at the camp ground and relaxing while they were gone. Very clean and well kept up. Right next to camping world too which is where I spend part of my time.
Friendly staff, store, pool and live entertainment, Located in the Music Valley Drive area of Nashville, it is near The Grand Ole Opry, Gaylord Opryland Hotel and the Opry Mills Mall. Shuttle to Broadway in Nashville is very convenient ($10).
It's ok,, showers and wash room in the center of the park are small, the one s at the main building are a good size. Wi Fi is not consistent on , off . Cable the same. The good thing is the shuttle to downtown for 10 bucks . Overall it's ok.
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E-bnd: From Jct of I-40 & Briley Pkwy (Exit 204), N 16.4 mi on Briley Pkwy to McGavock Pike (exit 12), W 0.2 mi to Music Valley Dr, N 1.2 mi (L); or W-bnd: From Jct of I-40 & Briley Pkway (Exit 215), N 5.3 mi on Briley Pkwy to McGavock Pike (exit 12), W 0.2 mi to Music Valley Dr, N 1.2 mi (L)