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Hi, Folks.

We're visiting Nashville in early April. Both campgrounds I've mentioned receive nice reviews online.

Which do you like better, and why? Does either have a shuttle to downtown Nashville?

Thanks very much.

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I always stay at two rivers I enjoy it because you can walk to camp store next door and restuarant Also, they have live music during the summer. I try to get a spot upfront or to the left side of the park as there is a bus repair place next door that runs 24 7 Not sure about the shuttle but they have tours that pick up from there


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If you stay at Two Rivers, be sure to ask to be away from the bus garage next door or you will be listening to beeping (buses backing up) until 12:00 am. Up the street, stop in at John A's for a great dinner and fun place to hang out on the weekend. Their house band is great and they often have up and coming talent sing or play. It has a bar, but is family friendly.

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I agree with Two Rivers thats were we stay, Also Country star Mel McDaniel use to keep his bus there and stay there at times when he was not out in Oklahoma. Of course he just recently passed away and he was a good friend of the owners of Two River from what I understand. Seven Points is a great spot if you want a lake and no full hook ups but it is very nice in the summer but if you want close to the action then Two Rivers is it.
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We like 2 Rivers also. They do have a shuttle--it was $10 per person which gives you a round trip ride downtown -- we used it over Thanksgiving--super convenient

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If you can get a lakefront spot Seven Points can't be beat for relaxation/views. If you can't get a lakefront site and/or want to be closer to teh action then go w/ 2 rivers. Seven points is not far from town, but there's no shuttle.


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Stayed at both and can't imagine staying anywhere but Seven Points. July will be our 5th visit and we love it. Big open wooded sites and still close to Nashville. They don't have full hook ups but we take our tote if we need to empty the gray water. I guess it comes down to what your looking for but if piece and quiet is your thing, then this is the place.


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