Nashville Area Campgrounds Professional Guide
Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook
"Nashville, the state capital of Tennessee, is probably best known as the country music capital of the world. But while most people do associate country music and Nashville, there is so much more than that. Galleries, museums, historical sites, the Grand Ole Opry, hockey, football, baseball, zoos, and gardens all add to the diversity of this metropolitan area.
Several of the campgrounds in this section are just a few miles outside Nashville, making them a good base for a vacation to the Music City. The rest of the campgrounds listed are within an hour’s drive of downtown. The campgrounds in this eTrail include: Bledsoe Creek State Park, Cages Bend, Cedar Creek, Shutes Branch, Cedars of Lebanon State Park, Cook, Seven Points, Long Hunter State Park, Poole Knobs, Anderson Road, Cheatham Dam, and Harpeth River Bridge."