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DogTrainer

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Posted: 08/05/20 06:57am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Nice clean spots in Nashville maybe close to strip or do we stay away at a nice park and uber in?


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Stay outside and get a ride into town

But if you're talking about in the near future you may want to check the current situation.....since most everything downtown is closed or closes early there's not going to be much activity downtown.


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Down by the Opryland hotel is a KOA, and Two Rivers campground. We've stayed at the KOA several times, very nice. We haven't stayed at Two Rivers, but driven through and it looks good. In between the 2 camgrounds is a large Camping World which may come in handy as their store is very well stocked with Stuff. I assume by "strip" you mean Broadway..where all the honky Tonk bars are etc. To my knowledge there isn't any campgrounds near there anyway. The KOA is a 10-15 minute Uber ride. Also note "Music Row" is not Broadway...two different areas of Nashville. So, even if you could stay near one of the more tourist area's, you still need to Uber to the other area's. The Grand Ole Opry, The Rianan, Music Row, Broadway, the Parthanon, the zoo are all different area's and you'll need transportation.
Also, even if you tow a toad, use Uber. Parking is expensive and you'll pay less with Uber an no worries driving.

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When we stayed at Two Rivers there was a shuttle bus than you could ride to the downtown area that was pretty cheap.


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Posted: 08/05/20 11:40am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

many moons ago we were there and stayed at the KOA,, nice, clean, convenient,seamed like a perfect spot at the time


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Thank you so much. we will be passing through and Uber seems the way to go.

Thought we would eat some hot chicken and waffles and have a drink or two.

so downtown is ONE SPOT to go and the BROADWAY is another.

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The best campground is seven points campground, but it is almost always full, another is in goodletsville north of nashville grand old Opera campground


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DogTrainer wrote:



so downtown is ONE SPOT to go and the BROADWAY is another.


Downtown and Broadway are one and the same. Broadway is the main drag through downtown where many of the bars and restaurants are.

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Sweet and thank you for the RV spots we will be picking one.

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Posted: 08/05/20 07:23pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

bob213 wrote:

When we stayed at Two Rivers there was a shuttle bus than you could ride to the downtown area that was pretty cheap.

This. Use the Downtown Shuttle and forget the Uber.

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