Nashville East / Lebanon KOA - Lebanon, Tn - KOA

Welcome to Nashille East/ Lebanon KOA
The diverse appeal of middle Tennessee will quickly become apparent with a stay at this peaceful campground, new to KOA. Enjoy the beautiful countryside as you settle in to a large pull through site or a new Camping Cabin. The only hustle and bustle you'll find here is a game of horseshoes, basketball or a refreshing splash in the pool! Pick up what you need at the newly remodeled camp store, or have local restaurants deliver pizza, burgers, hotdogs, BBQ (and more!) right to your site. Check out the new air-conditioned 24-hour laundry room. About 20 minutes away lies Nashville, one of America's most talked-about towns. Be sure to visit The Hermitage and the Parthenon. Country music fans won't want to miss a chance to catch a show - or at least peek inside - the Grand Ole Opry and Ryman Auditorium. Browse the many antique shops in Lebanon.

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Amenities

Within Facility
+ 50 Max Amp
+ 90 ft Max Length
+ Wi-Fi
+ Pool (5/23 - 9/1)
+ Propane
+ Firewood
+ Pavilion
+ Horseshoe Pit
+ Corn Hole Boards
+ Basketball
+ Volleyball
+ Badminton
+ Movie Rentals
+ Ping-Pong

Nearby Activities

BLEDSOE CREEK STATE PARK
Bledsoe Creek State Park offers more than six miles of scenic walking trails. The trails meander through the forest and along the lakeshore of the park. One mile of these trails is paved making it accessible to persons with disabilities. The trails are open year round. Bledsoe Creek also offers a boat launch ramp for the general public, fishing at Old Hickory Lake, picnic facilities (the largest able to accommodate up to 150 people) and park programs which provide entertainment for all ages and change annually.

LONG HUNTER STATE PARK
Long Hunter State Park is just 20 minutes from the Campground and is a great place for outdoor fun for the whole family! This beautiful State park has a beautiful lake and pier that you can fish in. They also offer canoeing, walking trails, and is a great spot for a family picnic.

TENNESSEE STATE MUSEUM
The Tennessee State Museum is one of the largest state museums in the nation with more than 60,000 square feet of permanent exhibits and a 10,000 square foot changing exhibition hall. The museum's interpretive exhibits begin 15,000 years ago and continue through the early 1900s interpreting Tennessee's history during the Prehistoric, Frontier, Age of Jackson, Antebellum, Civil War, and Reconstruction periods.

RYMAN AUDITORIUM
The original, and now winter, home of the Grand Ole Opry, the Ryman Auditorium is a showcase for the best and most promising in country & western, bluegrass and zydeco acts. Daytime tours of this country tourism mecca showcase the legendary auditorium's history and highlights, even letting visitors stand on the Ryman's awe-inspiring stage.

SCHERMERHORN SYMPHONY CENTER
If you've had all the honky tonkin' you can handle on Broadway, a change of pace is just a few blocks away. Nashville might be famous around the world for its country music, but the Schermerhorn Symphony Center provides a world-class facility for classical music. Its timeless design is influenced by many of Europe's finest concert halls, including the custom-built 3,600-pipe concert organ, but it's the high-tech attention to the acoustical details that allows for an unparalleled musical atmosphere. The Schermerhorn is home sweet home for the Grammy® Award-winning Nashville Symphony, so there's a great chance to catch a concert all year round.

NASHVILLE SOUNDS
After a fifteen-year hiatus, Nashville returned to baseball in 1978 as the Southern League expansion franchise team, the Nashville Sounds.

MUSIC CITY CENTER
While the Music City Center is most obviously about the brick-and-mortar facility to serve our guests, it will also serve as the citys front porch, located in the heart of downtown Nashville. It will be a gathering spot for hundreds of thousands of visitors seeing our city for the first time, just steps from the Ryman Auditorium and the Broadway honky tonks, the musical venues that have launched thousands of careers and help generate the citys nickname.

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Location

Address
2100 Safari Camp Road
State/Province
Zip Code
Latitude
36.18
Longitude
-86.37
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