Monday, October 31, 2011

Campground Review - Nashville KOA

50s group performed live!
We stayed at the Nashville KOA  over Patsy's birthday where were saw a live concert and went to eat at the Old Spaghetti Warehouse in downtown Nashville.

Staff - 6 - Some young people were working the counter each time we went to the office. I suppose one could say they were cordial. Mostly uninterested.

Nearby attractions - 9 - Right in the heart of Nashville's tourist area.

Natural surroundings - 7 - Big mature trees yet close to the interstate.

Value - 4 - We paid $53 a night for two nights for a pull-trhough gravel site with full-hook-ups and cable TV. This was using our KOA card and some KOA points we had earned. Campgrounds are pretty expensive in Nashville.

Bathrooms - 9 - Very clean and updated bathrooms. Plenty of hot showers.

Roominess - 5 - Pretty small sites for what you pay for!

Facility fun - 9 - Discounted tickets to Nashville sites, Gray Line and other tour buses stop at this campground. Large playground, game room, swimming pool and volleyball courts. Planned activities during peak season. We got super discounted tickets to an oldies concert at the campground theater which plays there most every Wednesday night.

Cleanliness - 9 - Nice and well taken care of.

Facility usefulness - 8 - Fire rings, laundry, picnic tables, dump station, propane, camp store, exchange library.

Overall - 7 - Nice but quite pricey!

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