If you’ve never been to Nashville, throw on your cowboy boots and hop on the road! Nashville is the best place to experience new music talent in the country music genre. It’s also home to many historic sites, and even has a replica of the Parthenon. If you’re like us, you know that an RV is the best way to travel! That’s why we’re sharing these best RV Parks in Nashville, Tennessee. About Nashville, Tennessee Nashville is home to the Grand Ole Opry, The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum and Vanderbilt University as well as other colleges. It lies on the Cumberland River and is the largest city in Tennessee . There are many Civil War sites to be seen and you can probably find a festival any time of the year. For many, the pilgrimage to the CMA Music Festival for four days of immersed country music in outdoor venues is the ultimate in RV travel. There are also, many parks and gardens to explore in the area. Nashville North KOA Price: Prices vary between $45 and $65 for sites depending on needs, according to the Nashville North KOA website. Miles to Downtown: The distance to downtown Nashville is 17.2 miles (21 minutes). Why You’ll Love It: This KOA was recently renovated and offers great southern charm. It has 105 sites, a small swimming pool (seasonally), a Kamp K9 Pet Park and free WiFi. They also have a shuttle that can take you to Downtown Nashville. […]