They don't call Nashville the Music City for nothing, and our campground will have you singing dixie in no time. We are less than 15 minutes from downtown Nashville and a great basecamp for all these area attractions. Go play, and come stay at the Nashville N. KOA!
It's always a wild adventure at the the Nashville Zoo! Aside from the animal, reptile and feathered residents, there are always events and parties that kids of all ages can enjoy. Kids learn while they play and interact with the zoo's many exhibits, with over 6,230 animals to see. And don't forget the Merry-Go-Round and Playhouse!
Showcasing a mix of country legends and contemporary chart-toppers, The Opry is an American icon and the #1 attraction in Tennessee. Every year, hundreds of thousands of people come to see live performances, each show presents eight or more artists. With performances running almost daily, you can fit it into any Nashville vacation.
A non-profit organization, The goal of Lane Motor Museum (LMM) is to share in the mission of collection and preserving automotive history for future generations. This museum specializes in European & U.S. cars, this museum is a MUST for any car or motorcycle enthusiast.
The Millersville Bluegrass Jam is an evening of traditional bluegrass and folk music. The event is free to the public and held on the 1st and 3rd Friday of each month at 7:00 P.M. in the Millersville Community Center.For nearly twelve years, the Millersville Bluegrass Jam has entertained fans with performers ranging from up and coming new bands to the incredible Roni Stoneman, of Hee Haw and Grand Ole Opry fame. Acclaimed by bluegrass fans throughout the region, the Jam offers quality family entertainment for all. In its continuing effort to preserve the cultural history of bluegrass music, the Jam was nominated for the 2003 “Folk Life Heritage Award”, a Governor's Award in the Arts.For more information call Norman Franklin at 615-859-5160.