Campgrounds in Lebanon, Tennessee

Campgrounds in Lebanon, Tennessee
Situated due east of Nashville just off I-40, Lebanon, Tennessee, has a lot to offer to campers in search of a little outdoor adventure. The town itself is only five miles south of the undulating course of the Cumberland River, and near Nashville's dual lake attractions of old Hickory Lake and the J. Percy Priest Reservoir. Long Hunter State Park is also nearby. To the east is Edgar Evans State Park.

Cedars of Lebanon State Park

Consisting of a 900-acre recreation area with an adjoining 8,100 acres of state forest, Cedars of Lebanon has 30 tent campsites that are open all year. The campground facilities consist of shower houses, a dumping station and a camp store. The maximum stay for campers is two weeks. The park has eight miles of hiking trails as well as playgrounds, a softball field and courts for horseshoes, volleyball and tennis.

Cedars of Lebanon State Park
328 Cedar Forest Road
Lebanon TN 37090
(615) 443-2769

Countryside Resort

The Countryside Resort is primarily an RV park, but does have tent sites with fire rings available in a lightly wooded area. There is an outdoor swimming pool, courts for volleyball and tennis, and a playground. The resort's facilities include a camp store with propane sales, shower houses and a coin laundry. There is free Wi-Fi in the camp, the owner-operators are in residence on the property, and the resort is pet-friendly.

Countryside Resort
2100 Safari Camp Road
Lebanon TN 37087
(615) 449-5527

Shady Cove Resort and Marina

Set on the north banks of Old Hickory Lake and 12 miles from the center of Lebanon, the Shady Cove Resort and Marina makes is a sound area choice for anglers who like to camp on their trips. The campground has fire rings and the resort maintains its own boat launch. The camp store doubles as a bait shop and sells propane. There is also a swimming pool and tiki bar, and free Wi-Fi is available around the resort's main buildings.

Shady Cove Resort and Marina
1115 Shady Cove Road
Castalian Springs TN 37031
(615) 452-8010

Article Written By Edwin Thomas

Edwin Thomas has been writing since 1997. His work has appeared in various online publications, including The Black Table, Proboxing-Fans and others. A travel blogger, editor and writer, Thomas has traveled from Argentina to Vietnam in pursuit of stories. He holds a Master of Arts in international affairs from American University.

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