Nashville KOA Resort Campground Blog

Pumpkin Patch Fun in Nashville this Fall


The cooler temperatures are coming to town! Fall has finally come to Nashville, and it has brought the fall festivals with it. Don’t miss out on your opportunity to book a Big Rig Friendly site with room for the whole family! For everyone who is leaving their rig at home this fall, we also offer our...

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Four Family Fun Activities in Nashville this Fall


With Fall Break rapidly approaching, make sure to plan out some fun activities for the family while you’re in Nashville! The Nashville KOA Resort offers a fun activity park, lounge area, basketball court, hammocks, natural playground, bicycle rentals, and pool as fun for the whole family. There is...

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Five Dog Friendly Restaurants in Nashville


Did your pupper come to visit Nashville with you? Nashville offers several dog-friendly locations for you and your pooch to enjoy. First, the Nashville KOA Resort provides two beautiful dog parks, and we suggest visiting the Two Rivers Dog park. If you’re looking for an enhanced experience for you...

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Three Best Places for Hot Chicken in Nashville


Nashville is a hub for delicious eateries! While the fashionable restaurants in the Gulch are always enjoyable, don’t miss out on Nashville’s Famous hot chicken. During your visit with the Nashville KOA Resort, call the Downtown Shuttle for a ride to the Country Music Hall of Fame so you can enjoy...

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Three Historic Mansions to Visit in Nashville


Nashville offers lots of opportunities for live music and enjoying downtown. While you are in Nashville, make sure to research the historic locations available. For example, Andrew Jackson’s Hermitage, the Belle Meade Plantation, and the Belmont Mansion are all integral locations of history in...

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Nashville's 18th Annual Tomato Art Festival


This year, Nashville is bringing back its 18th annual Tomato Art Festival. This festival celebrates uniting people through fruits and vegetables. The star of the festival is enjoying the different mediums people use to create art using tomatoes, fruit, or another vegetable as their inspiration....

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Nashville Tennessee Food Events for this Summer


One of Nashville’s best attractions is its food. Nashville’s Music City blog has just released 12 foodie events that you won’t want to miss! From visiting the Nashville Farmer’s Market to Nashville’s Annual Margarita Festival, you know there will always be something fun happening in Nashville...

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Top 10 Reasons to Visit Nashville this Summer


Music City You can't mention great music without bringing up the greatest cities of all - Nashville, TN! This talented mecca is home to all of your favorite artists. From Dolly Parton to Willie Nelson, the city is full of historical tunes that will leave you tapping your boots and singing along....

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What to do in Nashville for 4th of July


        The 4th of July is only a few weeks away? Are you ready for a weekend away from home to enjoy Nashville's largest fireworks show ever? Great news, if you come camping with us, you can still bring your grill, hotdogs, and burgers for the best 4th of July dinner! Camping provides all of the...

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Nashville's Arrington Vineyards


         There is one question on everyone’s mind when they come to Nashville. Where is the live music? You have come to the right place my friends because we have a scoop about more than just good bluegrass and jazz music. Arrington Vineyards is a beautiful winery just outside Nashville in the...

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What to do Memorial Weekend in Nashville


Ready to change up your usual Memorial Day plans and get away from home? With Nashville’s bars and restaurants up and running, this holiday promises to be one to remember. The Nashville KOA Resort recreation team has fun activities planned for the weekend, and the Gray Line Tours concierge will be...

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Exploring Nashville Just Got Easier


Pull your cowboy boots out of the closet and get your car keys, because it's time to come to Nashville! After weeks of slowing infection rates and with over 40% of Nashville citizens vaccinated, Dr. Alex Jahangir, leader of Metro Board of Health, has decided to help open Nashville up. As of 12 am on...

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Emberland is going Live!


What is Nashville without country music? In the spirit of bringing music back to Nashville, the Nashville KOA Resort will have the Emberland band playing at the campground on Monday and Thursday evenings! Most recently they released their single, “I’ve Lost My Faith”, and in 2020 and 2019 they...

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Nashville Spring Fling


Can you feel the spring fling vibes sparking? As of March,  Nashville is in phase three of their Covid phases, and Nashville is opening up! Restaurants and bars can open with a maximum of 125 people per floor, and the curfew is not until past midnight. So make sure to head downtown and get a drink...

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COVID – 19 Update


Nashville is currently in phase three of their Covid plans. Make sure to bring your mask, but don’t cross Nashville off your list of places to travel, because we’re open! Restaurants and bars are able to open with a maximum of 125 people per floor. People can sit at the bar as long as they maintain...

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Springtime Colors in Nashville


The Cheekwood Estate and Gardens offers one of the most beautiful sights in spring. This remarkable 1930’s estate includes a Georgian mansion and its 55 acres of cultivated gardens and expansive vistas. It was once the family home of Mabel and Leslie Cheek but now serves as a public botanic garden,...

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SEC Men's Basketball Tournament in Nashville!


Sneakers squeak against the basketball court floor, and balls bounce rhythmically between teammates. These players are getting ready for one of the biggest tournaments of their lives: The SEC Men's Basketball Tournament. This event will begin on March 10th at the Bridgestone Area! With a game every...

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Three Unique Locations to Explore Near Downtown Nashville!


         It is always fun to go Downtown and get a drink, but have you ever tried to find the elusive Printer’s Alley? This alleyway is more of a gateway to some amazing bars and dining options. In the early 20th century, the alley was home to a thriving publishing industry. It was the home base for...

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Nashville is Open, 7 Iconic Honky Tonks on Broadway!


            Nashville is full of places to eat, drink, and be merry! We wanted to mention the highlights here, so you know where to look during your time in Nashville. We’re also running a couple specials right now, so make sure to book your vacation with the Nashville KOA Resort. You won't want to...

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Ten Romantic Excursions for Valentine's Weekend in Nashville


Nashville can cater to all sorts of desires. Valentine’s day is the perfect time to treat yourself or your loved one to a refreshing day away from the hustle and bustle of life. Do you want to go shopping with your Valentine Sweetheart? Do you want the fine dining experience? Do you want to take a...

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Fall Recipes


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Our camper’s health and well-being are important to us. Due to Covid-19 we have updated our cleaning, social distancing guidelines and recreation information. RECREATION: Due to Covid-19 and county restrictions, you may find that the pool, hot tub, and other amenities may be closed during your visit...

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Timeless Family Fun


As you make your way out to your favorite campground this summer, you may notice some restrictions and policies have been put in place due to COVID-19. Restrictions on group size, guests, pool access, recreational amenities and more will slightly change your camping experience at the start of this...

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Plan a Perfect Spring Break in Nashville


Don’t let the pressure of picking the perfect Spring Break destination wear you down, we’ve got you covered. Check out these top reasons that make Nashville KOA Resort your perfect basecamp for a Spring Break you won’t regret!1. Live MusicThis is Music City, U.S.A. We’ve got big and up-in-coming...

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Unwind With These Card Games Perfect For Camping


Everything’s better outside and playing cards with friends and family is no exception. Your KOA Patio™ is the perfect spot to play, already equipped with outdoor furniture, outdoor seating and a fire pit or fire ring. Playing cards outside is a great way to relax and connect with each other, day or...

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The following policies will go into effect immediately at the Nashville KOA Resort in an effort to abide by local government recommendations to slow the spread of COVID-19. Please note: RV and Tent sites will remain open at this time, and available for future reservations. Starting today, will be...

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Best Concerts Coming To Nashville This Year!


Bridgestone Arena in the heart of Nashville is hosting some of music's best this year. You will want to be sure to plan ahead to enjoy as much of Nashville as possible, so book your stay today! 3/4 Post Malone 3/6 and 3/7  Dan & Shay3/27 Billie Ellish4/2 Pearl Jam4/10 Chris Tomlin4/20 Niall...

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Expert Tips For RVING In The Fall


Fall is my favorite time of year for camping trips. Summer gives way to cooler days and nights, and eventually the autumn leaves fill the landscape with brilliant colors. If you are like me, your last camping trip was probably during the hot summer months. Prior to venturing out on a fall camping...

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Why Fall Is The Best Time To Plan A National Park Road Trip


In spite of how infamously fleeting it is, fall is a treasured season that really hits all the sweet spots for those precious few weeks when weather “falls” into place. Especially when compared to the other seasons that reach notorious extremes like intense humidity, unrelenting snowfall, incessant...

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Campfire Pies


Sometimes old school is the best school. These classic treats are delicious and just begging to be customized with your favorite fillings.

12 Tips For Going Green On Your Next Camping Trip


It’s no secret that camping is our favorite activity. There is nothing quite like unplugging from our modern-day reality of a world that revolves around phone, computer, and television screens so that we can reconnect with nature.Camping is the best way to give your eyes and your mind a break from...

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10 Of The Best Fall Hikes


Summer can sometimes be too hot and winter can sometimes be too cold. You may feel like Goldilocks trying to find the right time of year to get some solid hiking in, and we are here with good news: that time is fall.The weather isn’t too hot or too cold; it is just right. And the stunning scenery...

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