Two Rivers Campground

(10 Reviews)

2616 Music Valley Dr., Nashville, TN 37214

615-883-8559

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GPS: 36.2342, -86.7037

Two Rivers Campground is located at 2616 Music Valley Dr., Nashville, Tennessee 37214 with a total of 104 campsites. Some of the amenities you can enjoy there are Fishing, Swimming Pool, and more. Before your trip to Two Rivers Campground, check out website at http://www.tworiverscampground.com/ or contact them through 615-883-8559 to know their nightly rates and available discounts.

GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude)

36.2342, -86.7037

GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude) 36.2342, -86.7037

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Overview of Two Rivers Campground


Last Price Paid: $51

Reported by SuzieM on 10.19.2021

Longest RV Reported: 43 feet (Class A)

Reported by Cindy & Cristal F on 5.5.2022

Number of Sites:

104

Pad Type:

gravel

Elevation:

393 ft / 119 m

Reviews of Two Rivers Campground

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  • Area Guides Avatar SuzieM
    Super clean & less expensive

    Reviewed 19/10/2021

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    Nightly rate: $51

    Days stayed: 1

    Site number: 503

    We only came here to sleep. Pulled in late after concert at Grand Ole Opry (2 miles away). Bathroom super clean. Small dog park. Much cheaper than KOA next door w/ our Good Sam discount. Had quiet peaceful nite.

  • Area Guides Avatar Bryan
    Excellent launch point to Nashville

    Reviewed 11/8/2021

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    Nightly rate: $56

    Days stayed: 3

    Excellent campground and well stocked store. Clean bathrooms and walking distance to a Camping World. The staff were very friendly and helpful. The Grand Ole Opry is a very close and the rest of Nashville is just a quick freeway ride away. We'll definitely stay here again.

  • Area Guides Avatar Hi-Ho

    Reviewed 26/1/2021

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    Days stayed: 1

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    12.20.20 I was a little disappointed, maybe unfairly given the season and weather. Just passing through and we didn't get to sample the local cultural attractions. Certainly Sams/Camping World are in short walking distance. Roads and sites are gravel with puddles. FHU was in service. There's a fun store in the office building. Not muc...more12.20.20 I was a little disappointed, maybe unfairly given the season and weather. Just passing through and we didn't get to sample the local cultural attractions. Certainly Sams/Camping World are in short walking distance. Roads and sites are gravel with puddles. FHU was in service. There's a fun store in the office building. Not much room to walk the dog.

  • Area Guides Avatar Moe M
    Good for overnight stop-over

    Reviewed 30/8/2020

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    Nightly rate: $68

    Days stayed: 3

    Site number: 213

    Very friendly and responsive staff and easy reservation process. Campsites are well maintained, clean and level. Sites are very close to one another with small concrete pads and small picnic tables. There are no scenic views, attractions or things to do within walking distance, but they do offer a $10 shuttle to downtown Nashville and ...moreVery friendly and responsive staff and easy reservation process. Campsites are well maintained, clean and level. Sites are very close to one another with small concrete pads and small picnic tables. There are no scenic views, attractions or things to do within walking distance, but they do offer a $10 shuttle to downtown Nashville and there is a nice and well maintained swimming pool on site.The only real complaints that I have are that the power pedestal connections are only about 12" off the ground and have no breaker switch, and the site was so close to the road, we couldn't safely extend our awning.As RV'ers know, it is very important that we turn the power to the outlet off BEFORE plugging or unplugging our power cords. Unfortunately, there is no breaker switch at the pedestal to allow campers to do this. Also because the pedestal is so close to the ground, our pole-mounted surge protector ended up laying almost flat on the ground and fully exposed to rain. I wrapped it carefully with a trash bag to try to protect it.Finally, the site (#213) was so close to the road and in a curve, that when we opened our canopy, it protruded dangerously close to the edge of the road. Another RV rounding the curve could have easily struck the awning by accident. There was no room for us to move our rig further away from the road. We just kept it retracted during our stay.The park is bordered by a Gander RV on one side and another large RV park on the other and is easily accessible from the highway. Although other reviewers noted noise from the highway that is nearby, we did not notice that as an issue when inside our coach. We did notice the park is apparently located under the flight paths of jets arriving and/or leaving the local airport.ATT and our Verizon hot spot signals were good. The campground's free cable TV was very good and local TV reception was good too.

  • Area Guides Avatar Chapter 3 Travels
    A typical commercial campground in a decent location for exploring Nashville

    Reviewed 13/6/2020

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    Nightly rate: $55

    Site number: 315

    This is a typical commercial campground with typical commercial campground spacing - meaning, you won't have much privacy. They pack em in pretty tight here. There are some trees, but nothing of significance. It's not the worst we've seen, but it's not great. Customer service was friendly and our utilities all worked well. It took...moreThis is a typical commercial campground with typical commercial campground spacing - meaning, you won't have much privacy. They pack em in pretty tight here. There are some trees, but nothing of significance. It's not the worst we've seen, but it's not great. Customer service was friendly and our utilities all worked well. It took about 20-25 minutes to drive downtown. That's still pretty far, but there just aren't many great options for RV camping in Nashville. Given the number of ride sharing services, you'll never have a hard time getting anywhere, and the campground does offer a shuttle service that heads downtown. We didn't use it because we heard it took forever (it makes several stops at nearby hotels and campgrounds before heading downtown) and we were meeting family, but if we had lots of time, we might use it.Overall, while $55 per night for a cramped campground space is a bit much, given that it is one of the closest campgrounds to the city, it's one of your better options. We'd stay here again.

  • Area Guides Avatar lifeonthetow
    Urban Campground Close To Town

    Reviewed 5/8/2019

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    Nightly rate: $52

    Days stayed: 14

    Site number: 707

    The pool is awesome in this urban Nashville setting. This campground is close to the freeway making it very accessible to just about any activity you'd like to do. Check in was simple, and their store has many things you may need on the fly. Nearly every night there is entertainment on the back patio from the pool. We had a bac...moreThe pool is awesome in this urban Nashville setting. This campground is close to the freeway making it very accessible to just about any activity you'd like to do. Check in was simple, and their store has many things you may need on the fly. Nearly every night there is entertainment on the back patio from the pool. We had a back in site on an end so they said it was ok to pull through. We were glad we could because there were two trees when we got there that I'm not sure we could have navigated in. Our neighbors that moved in the next day scraped their trailer on one of them and nearly hit us trying to back in. My husband did scratch our truck on the chain link fence when we were leaving trying to connect the trailer navigating the narrow roadway. Laundry area was affordable and accessible. I did mess up one of my husbands shirts because the dryers are HOT! That's on me I stuck it in there for 1 more cycle and clearly didn't need to. Showers are small, but really clean, and water is very hot. Our site was tucked waaay in the back. We had the noise from the nearby Jellystone in the evenings, and the RV Sales Center during the day so it was a bit nosey at times. We kept losing power and popping our surge protector. The RV office said that we were likely running our a/c too much, or using too much power. We are on a 30 amp and thought maybe that was true, but we haven't had that happen at any of the 10 sites we've stayed at since then.Park felt safe and so many people staying were friendly we met a lot of people between the music out back and the pool. I'd stay here again if I had to be in Nashville proper in the future.

  • Area Guides Avatar Lynnie
    Easy access to downtown Nashville

    Reviewed 18/6/2018

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    Nightly rate: $31

    Days stayed: 8

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    An urban campground. The pool was nice. Bathhouses were clean. There was a fenced area to let the dog off-leash. The store was nice but it closes early. There’s live music on the porch several nights a week. The best part was the $10 shuttle service to downtown. We moved twice during our stay, once at our request to a shadier spot and ...moreAn urban campground. The pool was nice. Bathhouses were clean. There was a fenced area to let the dog off-leash. The store was nice but it closes early. There’s live music on the porch several nights a week. The best part was the $10 shuttle service to downtown. We moved twice during our stay, once at our request to a shadier spot and again at the managements request so they could fix a broken pipe under our site.

  • Area Guides Avatar TravelingKind
    Close to nashville good cell coverage

    Reviewed 25/4/2018

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    Nightly rate: $44

    Days stayed: 11

    Site number: 98

    Campground is close to the Grand Ole Opry, within 2 miles and 12 miales from downtown Nashville, cheapest parking in Nashville seems to be at public library. Campground is basically a good basecamp, there is road noise from the street and alot of lights. Park is clean and well maintained site garbage pickup service.

  • Area Guides Avatar Always On Liberty

    Reviewed 12/7/2017

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    Nightly rate: $44

    Days stayed: 5

    Site number: 313

    Campground/RV Park: Two Rivers CampgroundLocation: 2616 Music Valley Drive, Nashville, TN (615) 883-8559Date(s) Stayed: 11/28/14 - 12/3/14Length of Stay: 5 nightsSite #: 313Cost per night (with taxes): $44.25 winter rate 50 ampDiscount Used: Good SamConnections: 50 amp FHUStars: 2We picked Two Rivers Campground...moreCampground/RV Park: Two Rivers CampgroundLocation: 2616 Music Valley Drive, Nashville, TN (615) 883-8559Date(s) Stayed: 11/28/14 - 12/3/14Length of Stay: 5 nightsSite #: 313Cost per night (with taxes): $44.25 winter rate 50 ampDiscount Used: Good SamConnections: 50 amp FHUStars: 2We picked Two Rivers Campground based on reviews. They are located just two miles north of Opryland and shopping area, Opry Mills off of I-65. We arrived about 3 pm to check-in experiencing typical process. The sites are very tight even though they told us on the phone that we would have no problem parking a big rig. Lots of trees and oftentimes, vehicles parked that may hinder maneuverability. The campground had a 'campy' damp feel with all of the trees, packed mud, etc. The sites were packed dirt/mud with a small concrete pad with a picnic table. The sites backed up to each other; therefore, not good for toyhaulers that need to unload their toys from the rear of their coaches. The bath houses were not great; poor lighting and dirty, even throughout all hours of the day/night. They have a camp store on location. Camping World is located right down the road within walking distance. While it is located near Nashville tourist areas, next time, we will camp/park elsewhere. We will not be returning to Two Rivers Campground .

  • Area Guides Avatar Jodee Gravel
    Easy Access From Highway and Close Enough to Downtown

    Reviewed 21/6/2017

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    Nightly rate: $35

    Days stayed: 4

    We stayed here in December, 2016. Asphalt and gravel. Sites are level among the trees. Our satellite was able to connect. Utilities all worked fine. Park WiFi worked most of the time. Spaces are pretty snug with the neighbors.The staff are very friendly and helpful. Nice stock in the small store. Shuttle to Opry. Seasonal pool....moreWe stayed here in December, 2016. Asphalt and gravel. Sites are level among the trees. Our satellite was able to connect. Utilities all worked fine. Park WiFi worked most of the time. Spaces are pretty snug with the neighbors.The staff are very friendly and helpful. Nice stock in the small store. Shuttle to Opry. Seasonal pool. Didn't use showers or laundry room. Just off the highway but we didn't have much road noise. The Jellystone Park next door had a Christmas light show that we could see and enjoy from our site. We paid the $8 to see the lights and it was definitely worth it - a fun drive through lights timed with songs on your radio :-)

Activities

Fishing

Swimming Pool

Cell Phone Coverage

Verizon 4G

Confirmed by 5 Users Last Reported 04/25/2018

At&t 4G

Confirmed by 2 Users Last Reported 06/21/2017

T-Mobile 4G

Confirmed by 1 Users Last Reported 04/25/2018

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