In early October 2018, Brendan and I visited Nashville, Tennessee. Nashville is a city we had both wanted to see for quite awhile, and we figured a stop was in order on our big road trip back to the East Coast. While in Nashville, we stayed at the beautiful Nashville KOA Resort, and this made for a relaxing time spent in Music City.
We arrived at the KOA Resort and had a smooth and easy check-in process. We were placed in large, shaded campsite with a nice patio and some very friendly neighbors. After setting up, we took a stroll to check out the facilities.
KOA Resorts are essentially the highest tier of KOA Kampgrounds. While all KOAs are clean and provide beautiful, spacious campsites, the resorts offer many more features. At a KOA Resort, you can find RV campsites, premium tent campsites, and deluxe cabins for rent. There are plenty of options for those who don’t own RVs and for those who do.
In addition, there is a resort-style pool and jacuzzi, which we thoroughly enjoyed. We swam in the hot tub late one night after a fun evening out listening to music. Later, we enjoyed the pool on a warm, sunny day. We found both facilities to be incredibly clean, beautiful, and refreshing.
The bathrooms were also incredibly clean, and the showers were even more impressive. Each shower was in a privately-enclosed room, and there were plenty of hot showers to go around. When relying on campground bathroom and shower facilities, it’s hard to know what you might find, but, at the KOA Resort, we only found good things.
My favorite thing of all about Nashville KOA Resort was the location. It is located less than twenty minutes from all the fun of downtown Nashville, but is still the perfect distance from all the crowds and craziness. We were able to enjoy the city in all its splendor, while still coming back to a nice, quiet, and cozy place each night.
If you are looking for a place to stay for your own trip to Nashville, then look no further. We thoroughly enjoyed our kampground stay and look forward to returning on a future visit to Music City.
Have you stayed at the Nashville KOA Resort? Have you ever stayed at a KOA Kampground? Feel free to share your experiences in the comments below!