Two Rivers Campground

Above photo is not at Two Rivers Campground, but you probably knew that. 


Nashville, TN

Three days at a campground may not be time enough to answer all your questions, but it is long to enough to answer the question I would ask if limited to just one.  “Would you stay there again?”  The answer to that question is an unqualified, “Yes.”


Two Rivers campground is located at 2616 Music Valley Drive in Nashville.  For those not familiar with Nashville it is two miles from the Grand Ole Opry, Gaylord Opryland Hotel, and Opry Mills.  It is next door to Camping World and well within walking distance of The Cock of the Walk.  You will want to take the walk to The Cock of the Walk if you love catfish or even just wondered what those Southerners were talking about. 


If you don’t tow a vehicle a quick call from Two Rivers and for a mere $4 you can ride to all of the aforementioned attractions with the word Opry in them.  You can go from place to place and back again all the live long day.  We were pleasantly shocked to be picked up in a black Lincoln Town Car.  Two Rivers will also arrange for tours or a bus ride downtown.  Along Music Valley Drive you will also find a number of restaurants including; Bob Evans, Cracker Barrel, and Santa Fe Cattle Company.


Two Rivers’ offers several discounts and we paid under $32 a night for a full hookup.  You can expect to pay from around $32 to $42 per night depending upon the kind of hookup and whether 30 or 50 AMP.  They also provide free wifi, a godsend for many of us.  There’s free coffee in the office if you need a quick pick me up.  If that’s not enough free stuff for you they also have free entertainment several times a week.  This is Nashville and of course it will be country music. 


By my count Two Rivers has 88 sites with varying levels of service.  Each site comes with a concrete patio, tables and chairs.  There is also a light at every hookup junction.  The sites are rock and level.  While my overall feeling is that the sites are a bit tight, we saw more really big RVs here than almost anyplace I can remember.


For those of us in less than ritzy RVs they have five showers for males and an equal number for the fairer sex.  The showers are clean and the water is hot, but they are small, very, very small.  If you are carrying more than a few extra pounds it will be a tight squeeze.  There is also a laundry and it costs a dollar per load.


Two Rivers has a reasonably good selection of souvenirs, food and miscellaneous supplies as well as a pool. 


If you do nothing but walk through the Gaylord Opryland Hotel, check out Opry Mills and of course attend the Grand Old Opry, it will be worth the trip.  However, take a few minutes to discover the many things there are to do in Nashville from professional and college football to the NHL to the plethora of music related events and museums. 


Two Rivers Campground, (615-883-8559), rates a return visit by yours truly.


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