|Daily||$53.00 - $53.00|
By user-5784054... on 2017-10-23.
Adequate stopover. Few pull throughs and they are small with no sewer. My toad was a little in the road when I was pulled all the way forward with my 34 foot class a. Staff nice. Very nice camp store. Good Sam discount..
By user-6389507... on 2017-10-23.
Super place shuttle to down town nice,clean full hook ups next to Camping World
By anonymous-user on 2017-10-23.
Had some work done at camping world (which is right next door). The staff was very helpful and friendly. The location is great for venturing out to see nashville sites,so price reflects this. Still think the price was reasonable.
By user-5435264... on 2017-10-23. Stayed 2014-07-31 to 2014-08-07
Older campground with a great location. Nice office and store, staff were always polite and helpful. Sites are good size. Several nights there was local musical groups performing, nice. Bath house/laundry old but kept up and clean. Swimming pool always looked inviting. Roads are paved but have been repaired to many times, a lot of the roads covered with gravel/dirt. One concern is that the western sites are bordered by the Gray Line Bus maintenance facility, they work 24/7.
By user-5869851... on 2017-10-23.
Overpriced for a park in this condition and 30 amp. Roads in park broken pavement and gravel.
By user-4640252... on 2017-10-23.
We're here right now. Price is high, but reasonably convenient to Nashville, and right between two large RV service centers. Numerous trees so satellite reception may be a problem. May have trouble getting a 50-amp site; not sure how many they have. Folks are nice, regular trash pickup at the site. Free internet which ranges from pretty slow to quite usable depending on load.
By user-6263071... on 2017-10-23.
Clean well kept facility, showers just a bit small for the full bodied person. Internet great speed and no drops during our 4 day stay. Only 2 pull thru sites, plenty of depth on the back in lot for our 40' unit unit. Dog friendly park, with friendly staff willing to assist in anyway possible. A facility that I will return to again.
By user-5055794... on 2017-10-23.
This is just about all there is in the immediate Nashville area other than the KOA (which was quoted at $68 per night). We stayed at Two Rivers for $42.50 per night in November 2015 - still too pricey for this run down park. Laundry facilities are old and do not work well, shower houses are outdated, dirty, and showers are very small. There are potholes throughout the park, sites are small, and restrictor on the water spigot which makes waterflow in our RV very much lacking! The park is "nestled" between Camping World RV Sales & Service and Cullum & Maxey RV Sales and Service. Even though options in this area are limited I doubt we will return to this park.
By user-5718082... on 2017-10-23. Stayed 2015-06-26 to 2015-06-27
This campground has a nice running pen for your dog. It is close to activities and restaurants with a shuttle to downtown each hour $20 per person round trip. 2 miles from Grand Ole Opery hotel. The pool is very nice.
By user-5823995... on 2017-10-23.
Great place to stay for a few days. Close to most of the sights. People are friendly. Prices are about you would expect for a park this close to attractions.
By user-4898824... on 2017-10-23.
We camp almost half the year all over the US, in our travel trailer for work . So I'm very experienced with all types of campgrounds. This campground is one of the worst by far. The girl on the phone 8/31/15 was rude and impatient. My husband went in to register and she all but called him an idiot and was exceptionally rude! Their rules are that of a military school. Late check out? $3.00 per hour. Missed your dogs droppings? $25 fee. You can't let your dogs pee on their trees or bushes. Roads full of potholes. Sites are very tight! I hope to never have to stay there again! Sad, because I grew up outside of the city and this is out of the ordinary for business and employees.
By user-5209872... on 2017-10-23.
We use to stay regularly when in Nashville, but been a while since we've been there. No real changes, staff friendly, park kept clean and the bus barn next door is no more! Could use some attention to the roads, but we still make Two Rivers our choice.
By user-5897884... on 2017-10-23.
Checked in to a flooded space was given another I guess you pay a premium for a pull through 50.64 is the price you pay with good Sam discount location must dictate prices I'm sure I'll never stay here again
By user-5838734... on 2018-03-14.
By user-5540080... on 2018-05-17. Stayed 2018-04-05 to 2018-04-06
Great place if you want to sight see. They have a shuttle to downtown that runs till 2 am for a small fee. Spaces are a little tight. Right off the highway and down the street from Opryland, Mall, Restaurants and Camping World.
By user-5259499... on 2018-05-17. Stayed 2018-04-07 to 2018-04-08
Overpriced for what they have to offer. THE WIFI WAS AWFUL I was not able to connect at all, even when turning device off and on again as they advice which I had already done. Very tight on gravel, not pull thru with 30 amp. There was a freeze warning so we had to disconnect the already slow pressure of water at 5 and we were warned that a $250 fee was imposed for non complaint. There is a shuttle that can take you to downtown Nashville for $10 pp. Highway noise
By user-6196650... on 2018-07-06. Stayed 2018-05-17 to 2018-05-18
When we checked in it was for one night although we wanted 3, the man in office said he had available site for another 2 nights no sewer hookup. We said ok he said come back to office tomorrow at 10 and we can move you. So we waited and at 10 the next day we went to office only to be told the spot was rented out and there was no sites available. We moved to the KOA right down the street for the remaining 2 days. Every time we went out we had to drive by and there were many open spots. ??? Enjoyed the pool. Price was comparable to all others. Preferred the KOA.
By user-6678785... on 2019-08-09. Stayed 2018-09-10 to 2018-09-12
This was decent place. Our water tap was all duck-taped and gave off sprays every few minutes, but it worked. Space was a little tight... but we were close to the General Jackson showboat, Opry land, and many other activities. The price was high and I assume it was because of the location. They had a musician both nights we were there playing up near the Clubhouse... bathrooms were clean. It wasn't great but it wasn't bad either. We'd stay there again if in the area.
By user-4545121... on 2019-08-09. Stayed 2018-10-09 to 2018-10-19
Spent 3 nights here and it was great. Theres a shuttle that takes you right downtown for $10 round trip per person (I used the music city shuttle, and highly recommend). This isn't a woodsy "camping" kind of place. I didn't even make a camp fire. If you have an RV and want to see Nashville, this is a great place to stay. Showers are clean, staff is nice. I only hook up to electric, so I can't speak on the other services. I'll surely return here. Not cheap, but very reasonable.
By user-5695742... on 2019-08-09. Stayed 2019-02-17 to 2019-02-18
The proximity to Opryland and 15 minutes to downtown Nashville is great. Staffers Amy and Todd were great. That said, park needs some work.
By user-5276249... on 2019-08-09. Stayed 2019-03-07 to 2019-03-08
This was an overnight stay and it was great. The CG is located between two others and is very easy to get into. The hosts at registration are very friendly and helpful. We will definitely be keeping this in mind next time we are passing through!
By user-5276249... on 2019-08-09.
By user-4902805... on 2019-08-09.
We absolutely loved this campground! The facilities were always clean, the staff was super nice and helpful and every other camper we met was very friendly. The big thing for us was the shuttle into town so my fiancé and I could leave our motorhome plugged up with our pups inside and enjoy ourselves downtown!
By user-5784060... on 2019-08-09.
Loved this place. Service excellent. Great transportation to town and especially great weekly entertainment on the patio. It s our second time and hopefully we ll be back.
By user-6209762... on 2019-08-09.
By user-4778806... on 2019-08-09.
A lucky find for us as we tired of driving for the day. I was hesitant to try it as we like the quieter places and this is located right in the middle of everything. But the staff was so helpful and very convenient to attractions we decided to stay and glad we did. We stayed an extra day and would have stayed longer if not for the weather. Sites are paved or gravel, lots of pull-thrus. Only criticism is there is no sewer hookups at the sites and the dog park is rather small and has no shape and could be mowed more often. Otherwise love this park
By user-5249114... on 2019-08-09.
Second time we've stayed here. First time we had a full hookup site. No issues. This time we just got water and electric for an overnite stop. Not enough power at our site to run A/C and any thing else. Spoke to office about it. I was told to turn off non-essential electical draws. Recommended I run my water heater off gas. I would expect, for $50, I'd have no issues. I had a nicer site with water and electric at Scott AFB for only $20, with no problems! Still, Two Rivers is a nice stay. They did offer me a full hookup site, but I had already put down stakes. (Side note- my EMC showed power was good when I hooked up)
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