Nashville East-Lebanon KOA

(11 Reviews)

2100 Safari Camp Rd., Lebanon, TN 37090

615-449-5527

800-562-7028

Official Website

GPS: 36.1835, -86.3694

Nashville East-Lebanon KOA is located at 2100 Safari Camp Rd., Lebanon, Tennessee 37090 with a total of 100 campsites. Before your trip to Nashville East-Lebanon KOA, check out website at http://koa.com/campgrounds/nashville-east/ or contact them through 615-449-5527 to know their nightly rates and available discounts.

GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude)

36.1835, -86.3694

GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude) 36.1835, -86.3694

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Overview of Nashville East-Lebanon KOA


Longest RV Reported: 42 feet (Class A)

Reported by Cindy & Cristal F on 5.5.2022

Number of Sites:

100

Pad Type:

mixed

Elevation:

721 ft / 219 m

Max Length:

90 ft

Tent Camping:

Yes

Reviews of Nashville East-Lebanon KOA

11 people have reviewed this location.


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  • Area Guides Avatar DaveandSheri
    Good place to stop when passing through.

    Reviewed 23/4/2022

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    Days stayed: 2

    Big rig friendly,FHU, easy in and out.This park has what you need for a stay. No complaints.Would stay again.

  • Area Guides Avatar FireBob
    It worked.

    Reviewed 7/2/2022

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    Nightly rate: $46

    Days stayed: 6

    Site number: 35

    We were there the first week of February for work. The weather sucked but had water, sewer, and electricity. We used our hotspot because the free WIFI wasn't going to do what we wanted it to do. Everyone we dealt with was super friendly and helpful. You could hear the road noise but there are quite of few emergency vehicles that dr...moreWe were there the first week of February for work. The weather sucked but had water, sewer, and electricity. We used our hotspot because the free WIFI wasn't going to do what we wanted it to do. Everyone we dealt with was super friendly and helpful. You could hear the road noise but there are quite of few emergency vehicles that drive along the freeway with their sirens....so you do hear that. The laundry facility was nice. If you go there in the winter be sure to bring your heated hose. The only negative I can think about is that the site is located in such a spot that it was slightly annoying to get anywhere.....so this was very minor.

  • Area Guides Avatar Jon
    One night stay on the way to North Carolina

    Reviewed 14/10/2021

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    Nightly rate: $45

    Days stayed: 1

    Site number: 41

    We stopped for one night on our way to the mountains of North Carolina. The campground staff is very nice and accommodating. We had a pull-through FHU site. The site was pretty level, on gravel. There were other backin sites. It was a little tricky getting off the Interstate to the access road to the campground.

  • Area Guides Avatar Rand_S
    Excellent service

    Reviewed 4/6/2021

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    Nightly rate: $50

    Days stayed: 1

    Site number: 28

    This is a good place to stay near Nashville (<30 minute drive depending on traffic). The service was top notch. Check in is easy especially if you have previously stayed at a KOA. Availability was tight and we could not stay an extra night (Friday). It is difficult to find without Google maps. Once checked in you are escorted to y...moreThis is a good place to stay near Nashville (<30 minute drive depending on traffic). The service was top notch. Check in is easy especially if you have previously stayed at a KOA. Availability was tight and we could not stay an extra night (Friday). It is difficult to find without Google maps. Once checked in you are escorted to your spot and checked on to be sure everything is satisfactory. The sites are close but not uncomfortable. There is a fire pit and picnic table. My site was pull through but there are a few back in spots. Full hookups are available but were taken already. We had 20/30/50 amp and water. There is a dump station on the property (very nice and well engineered). Check out is 11 am. Wifi is not great but cell service has good data speeds. Many antenna TV channels are available. There is a pool, basketball court, kids playground, picnic pavilion, pet area, laundry and showers that are kept nice. There is a dog park. Good places to visit include President Jackson’s Hermitage, Broadway music venues, the Music Hall of Fame, Johnny Cash museum and the Parthenon.

  • Area Guides Avatar zerocontact
    Overnight stop

    Reviewed 24/3/2021

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    Nightly rate: $50

    Days stayed: 1

    Site number: 46

    Stopped for the night to rest. I was surprised at how tight the park felt maneuvering. It wasn't really that tight but it feels it, if that makes sense. Site was a little tough to get level but was fine. Good for a night or two but there are better options in Nashville for a longer stay.

  • Area Guides Avatar MrBill16
    OK, but some disappointments about amenities

    Reviewed 6/11/2020

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    Nightly rate: $45

    Days stayed: 7

    Site number: 43

    Most tenants seem to be long term or people working nearby on assignment. Site was almost level. Utilities were easy to access. When I called to make a reservation, I asked how long it would take to drive to downtown Nashville and was told about 20 minutes. If you hit I40 during the rush hours that could actually be 45 - 60 minute...moreMost tenants seem to be long term or people working nearby on assignment. Site was almost level. Utilities were easy to access. When I called to make a reservation, I asked how long it would take to drive to downtown Nashville and was told about 20 minutes. If you hit I40 during the rush hours that could actually be 45 - 60 minutes. They advertise multiple over the air TV channels (there is no cable). That may be true, but only one network channel came in (ABC) the rest were mostly religious channels. They advertise WiFi. True, but the free option is very limited speed and data, however, you can pay $4 per day for a better option. This is a good choice for an overnight.

  • Area Guides Avatar mdepuydt
    Decent overnight stop outside of Nashville

    Reviewed 19/7/2020

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    Nightly rate: $50

    Days stayed: 1

    This campground is right off I-40 and easy to access. Most folks we talked to were—like us—just passing through but it was fairly crowded. Our pull-through site was decently level but we did see other rigs making extensive use of their leveling blocks. The big, fenced dog park provided a great evening of fetch for our dog.

  • Area Guides Avatar Life Rebooted
    Not bad, but a little pricey for what you get, even for a KOA.

    Reviewed 3/9/2019

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    Nightly rate: $50

    Days stayed: 2

    We just needed a spot for two nights during a cross-country trip. $100 for two nights (including 10% KOA discount and tax) felt a bit steep, even for a KOA where we expect prices to be high. Fortunately our site was fairly level and while it wasn't super spacious, it wasn't cramped like some other KOAs -- we had decent green space betw...moreWe just needed a spot for two nights during a cross-country trip. $100 for two nights (including 10% KOA discount and tax) felt a bit steep, even for a KOA where we expect prices to be high. Fortunately our site was fairly level and while it wasn't super spacious, it wasn't cramped like some other KOAs -- we had decent green space between us an our neighbors. There are also some nice green/field areas which were handy for walking our dog, and a fenced dog park. Our Verizon and AT&T had pretty good signal and worked fine during the day, but data slowed way down in the evening. We didn't bother trying the campground WiFi. The back half of the campground does seem to be long-term/permanent RVs, many of which are old and not in good condition, but this didn't bother us. Getting to the KOA is a 2-mile drive on a narrow, hilly road along the Interstate. Not the most convenient, but again not a big deal. Overall, a pretty good place to spend a few days. We'd have no problem staying here again, but will probably try to time our cross-country trip stops differently so we can find someplace less expensive for the overnight.

  • Area Guides Avatar CJ51976
    Good pass through

    Reviewed 30/10/2018

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    Nightly rate: $50

    Days stayed: 1

    Site number: 24

    This campground is good when your passing through when the area. It’s right off the highway and you know it is there with constant drone of freeway traffic. The traffic noise is not distracting, just expect it because of your location. The campground’s staff were friendly and helpful. In general, the campground’s facilities ...moreThis campground is good when your passing through when the area. It’s right off the highway and you know it is there with constant drone of freeway traffic. The traffic noise is not distracting, just expect it because of your location. The campground’s staff were friendly and helpful. In general, the campground’s facilities are nice. It seems that they place the short term campers in the front section. The back section of the campground is for their long term campers. The back section is still nice but their long term residents don’t try to keep their “stuff” placed either out of sight or stored in an orderly fashion. The bathroom facilities were nice in the front. I’m sure the back section was also nice but we didn’t not use them.

  • Area Guides Avatar Dflr

    Reviewed 1/8/2017

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    Nightly rate: $42

    Days stayed: 1

    Site number: 31?

    Expensive for a single night pop up. I occupied the last open site, as most of the sites have people living there permanently, evidences by rvs with multiple flat tires, pavers laid out for patios, fenced yards, etc. It's out of the way, with narrow winding roads leading to it. Area was decent enough, facilities are adequate though...moreExpensive for a single night pop up. I occupied the last open site, as most of the sites have people living there permanently, evidences by rvs with multiple flat tires, pavers laid out for patios, fenced yards, etc. It's out of the way, with narrow winding roads leading to it. Area was decent enough, facilities are adequate though not exceptional. Didn't notice a lot of noise. My site had a standard 30 amp outlet and water with a crushed rock pad that was not level front to back or side to side. It also had a picnic table and a truck wheel for a fire pit.

  • Area Guides Avatar Roadside for 2

    Reviewed 10/4/2016

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    Days stayed: 21

    Site number: 22

    Pictures on website are deceiving! Mostly long term working in Nashville. Heavy traffic early in the AM, people going to work within the park. A lot of older run down RVs. Need to remove some of the junk RVs

Cell Phone Coverage

Verizon 4G

Confirmed by 5 Users Last Reported 08/01/2017

At&t 4G

Confirmed by 2 Users Last Reported 03/24/2021

T-Mobile 4G

Confirmed by 2 Users Last Reported 07/19/2020

Campsite Types

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Trailer