Glamping near Franklin

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Sacred Dog Ranch

7 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents50 acres · Fairview, TN
Our sanctuary is a special piece of history and a regenerative farm where living soil and pollinator banks combat climate change and revive the eco-system ! The cabin we live in was built in 1797 - which we have preserved and upgraded with fantastic antique decor, Rock N Roll flare and cutting edge street art. We encourage art, music and nature crafting! We take great pride in providing a magical creative space that is welcome to earthlings of all stripes! The June blooms are exceptional and the butterflies’ will delight... you will leave a little piece of your heart here on the farm❤️🐝🐶🧚‍♀️ Horse Back Riding available!
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Homestead on the Duck

12 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents23 acres · Columbia, TN
Welcome to Homestead on the Duck Our campsite is surrounded by the Yanahli WMA and the Duck River. Our land is mostly wooded, and we're in the process of building a house. You can expect some beautiful views of open fields, forests, and the Duck river in our little slice of paradise. You will have direct access to hunting, fishing, hiking, and there are nearby horse stables. Hunting is not allowed on the property, and you will need a TN hunting/fishing license in order to hunt on the preserve. Find out more about us on our "Duck River Homestead" YouTube channel.
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Lionsgate Campground

4 sites · Lodging, Tents48 acres · Bon Aqua Junction, TN
Enjoy some privacy just 35 minutes west of Loveless Cafe' in Nashville. 20 miles south of Dickson, TN. The 48 acre campground is almost all woods and access to trails on about 35 acres. More trails are coming. There is about a 1/2 acre of field to park in between the road and the creek if you don't have an off road vehicle. Mother Nature has a lot to offer when you cross the creek into the first two campsites that are on the 30' creek. One big spring runs through the middle of the 2 sites with small cascading waterfalls. Both sites have string lights and 120V extension cords. These two sites are right next to each other so if you have another couple that wants to join you these two spots are perfect. Expand the pictures to a full screen as you scroll so the description will show up at the bottom of the picture. Not all pictures are on the property but describe close places to visit. SITE ONE: The nicer of the two sites along the creek, has granite counters, a round fire pit with a fold down heavy cooking grate, charcoal grill and a large wrought iron table and chairs. RENT A CAMPER WITH SITE 1 or BRING YOUR PERSONAL CAMPER: There is a camper site option on the other side of the creek with stairs and stones to cross the creek. 30 amp. 240 and 120 volt plugs. Click on additional fees for camper electrical hook up. Split wood is available for all 3 sites from a neighbor but is now left by the rick on the camp site. Just donate what you think is fair for the wood or grab any fallen dead wood from the forest for free. I suggest at least $5.00 per 20" bundle. And no plastic wrapping that's bad for the environment. SITE TWO: Also along side the 30' creek. There is a round steel fire pit surrounded with wrought iron chairs, a separate picnic table, granite countertop work space and a small grill. 2 flat areas for tents. Set your chairs in the creek in front of your site. The clear cold water is a great place to relax and cool off or watch crawfish, minnows and salamanders and the occasional blue herron. 120V and string lights. SITE THREE: "Still Hollow" is more private and located right in the middle valley of the property. There is no electricity but you can still enjoy the sound of the small cascading waterfalls and creek that run along side of the site for a relaxing sleep. There is a granite countertop, charcoal grill and fire ring. A small round wrought iron table and 4 chairs are there for a place to eat lunch. The old moonshine barrels are still barely standing by the spring. This site is also accessed from the opposite side of the campground on Ben Fly Rd or Greer Rd for the serious off roaders. 4 wheel drive may be necessary but a Hyundai car entered through the creek in 2 wheel drive. It was dry though. STAR GAZING for all 3 sites: There is a cleared area on top of a hill side for stargazing far from the city lights. CHECK IN: Check in can be as early as you like if the present campers have checked out. You can always hang out elsewhere on the property and start your day to explore and hike till they leave. Just let us know in advance. And you can stay all day the day of check out but you may have to pack up and park elsewhere if other campers need the spot. If not. Stay till dark. PHOTOS: EXPAND THE PHOTOS TO A SINGLE VIEW! You can see the description of each photo and which site is in the picture. Some are not at the campsite but nearby attractions. VEHICLE TYPE AND PARKING: In order to drive up into the campsite, you may need a 4x4 vehicle but definitely need ground clearance. If you do not have a 4x4 vehicle or ground clearance, that is okay, park in the field and bring your water shoes for campsite 2. There are stairs and rocks to cross over to Site 1. Stepping stones for site 2 are coming soon. LOCAL ACTIVITIES: TOUR THE AREA IN A CAN-AM: Check out 'Fisher's Off Road' to rent a really nice 4 seater CAN-AM machine. Drive around the local dirt roads for miles and learn the history of Moon Shine Alley, drive through many creeks and see some beautiful views. We took to tour with Fisher and it was a blast. https://www.fishersoffroadrentals.com/ This company supports the locals and cleans up the trash on the sides of the roads; a great service to the area. FISHING: https://www.fishingworks.com/tennessee/maury-tn/lake/hooker-chemical-pond-d/ 30 minutes away are 3 small lakes, or very large ponds. I think it costs $5.00. They have small boats for rent as well. FISHING, KAYAKING AND CANOEING: PINEY RIVER Canoe rental: https://www.pinewoodcanoecamp.com/ Great fishing, floating and they have camping as well. OTHER CAMPING OPTIONS: Fisheroffroadrentals also has a Hipcamp site. PINEY RIVER GLAMPING: https://www.campspot.com/book/pineyriverresort Beautiful place on the piney river. Beautiful tiny home cabins, Glamping tents that are amazing. Park your own camper on the river. If you like to meet other campers, this is the place to go.
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Dead / Phish Pharm Camp

20 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents2000 acres · Fairview, TN
1500 acres of pristine forest, meadow, and creek with many places for camping in conjunction with renting a small room. Perfect place for spending time with friends and phamily before and after nearby concerts ! Fall Phish Tour Camping Oct 4 - 10 We are organizing shuttle buses to pick up from airport to bring to the Phish Pharm Camp. Buses from Pharm to Concert (Bridgestone Arena) will pick up 4 and 2 hours before play-time, and return twice each evening. Bus tickets must be purchased in advance. Showers and toilets are located close by, next to, or within your rented room. Multiple sites to put tents and/or camping vehicles. Phishhead Pharm is located 20 miles from Nashville from and 8 miles from Franklin. Bridgestone Arena is located 30 miles (40 minutes) away.
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Backyard Hideaway

1 site · Lodging1 acre · La Vergne, TN
One acre backed up to woods and tucked behind a mature, quiet neighborhood. Our property is quiet, clean and the perfect place to enjoy nature. We have the most perfect glamping cabin furnished with A/C & heating. Your camping experience has a compost toilet as well as a shower! Just because your outdoors doesn’t mean you can’t also enjoy being clean too!
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Big East Fork Valley

14 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents200 acres · Fairview, TN
Located in a quiet, pristine valley, adjacent to the Natchez Trace State Park twenty miles southwest of Nashville, Tennessee, 2500 acres of forested land was purchased to protect the biodiversity of this quickly developing region. Big East Fork is a preserved natural space dedicated to connecting people to Tennessee's beautiful wilderness. Ten private parcels were cobbled together, originally built as private residences and farmstead. All houses are available for rent and camping sites are located near by. Twenty miles of hiking trails wind throughout the forest, leading campers by the lake, creeks, and seasonal and perennial small waterfalls. Wildlife residents include hawks, turkeys, coyotes, beavers, and deer.  Showers are available at Big East Fork Retreat. See bigeastfork.com.
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Stones River Camp & Kayak

1 site · Lodging3 acres · TN
Our beautiful setting overlooks the West Fork of the Stones River. With walk-in access to the water, the camp is perfect for exploring a thriving river system (2, 6, and 8 mile floats are easy since take-out points are just up the road a piece or just paddle up and down the river, depending on the rains). The river is wadable most of the year. Smallmouth and seasonal trout make for easy fishing. The river is home to an abundance of birds, turtles, and fur-bearing friends. Most second Saturdays of the month in the afternoon/early evening we have a music jam. It will be on our side of the property. You're welcome to join us and enjoy the music.
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Historic Log Cabin

1 site · Lodging2 acres · Christiana, TN
Learn more about this land:This is a one room historic log cabin furnished with a queen bed. It has a stone fireplace. The bathroom is located in the adjacent cabin. There is a table outdoors and a large fire ring.  Hiking: Old Stone Fort is located 43 minutes away, with beautiful waterfalls.  Rock Climbing and Hiking: at Stone Door, Foster Falls, and Denny Cove, all 1 hr 24 minutes away. Biking: the 12 mile Stones River Greenway is 13 minutes away. Kayaking: the Duck River is 39 minutes away, and the Collins River is 1 hour away. Stones River National Battlefield is 23 minutes away.Bonnaroo Music Festival is 43 minutes away.Hop Springs Brewery 27 minutesUncle Dave Macon Days 23 minutes
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Natchez Hideaway

2 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents50 acres · Franklin, TN
Natchez Hideaway is located in the unincorporated small hillside valley of Fernvale/Leipers Fork in Franklin, Tennessee and southwest of Nashville. Located on 50 acres this historic 100+ year old cabin has been renovated and moved from Belle Meade on to our 17 acre property. Come and enjoy the quiet beautiful rolling hillsides and valleys Fernvale has to offer.
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Thompsons Station AirStream

1 site · Lodging5 acres · Thompsons Station, TN
Located close to historic Franklin, 30 minutes from downtown Nashville, and 1 hour from Jack Daniels distillery, come discover the opportunities around you while enjoying the gorgeous landscape that surrounds this place to stay. The Airstream is tucked on the back of 5 private acres, and offers a firepit (with a bundle of wood included), Disney+, and other amenities and activities in the surrounding area.
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Dreamline Trails & Camping

1 site · Lodging6 acres · Fairview, TN
Dreamline Trails & Camping is a showcase of downhill mountain biking trails and jump lines, built by us to promote our trail building business. The property provides mountain biking trails, hiking trails and camping along 900 feet of Naomi Branch creek. Camp in a field or in the woods, both have sites by the creek.
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Brentwood/ Nolensville RV Stay

1 site · Lodging14 acres · Brentwood, TN
Mill Creek Retreat is a beautiful 14 acre property with a creek and walking trails - located in Brentwood and just minutes from Nolensville. We are actually closer to Nolensville town center than we are to Brentwood town center. Wildlife such as deer, hawks and colorful birds are frequently seen. Enjoy sitting by the stream and maybe do a little fishing. Our property is private and spacious, yet close to everything. Take a short drive to three grocery stores, restaurants, and gas stations (only 1-2minutes away!). Once you enter our long driveway, the RV sits a long ways back from the road. This place is GLAMPING with many nearby conveniences! Drive only 30 minutes to get to downtown Nashville, downtown Franklin, Nashville airport, and many other attractions in the Nashville area. We are only 2 miles from downtown Nolensville and 15 minutes from downtown Brentwood (Franklin Rd.). Enjoy going out to eat to many of the nearby restaurants or cook your meals in the RV in our modern kitchen, or on the grill or campfire. If you are here in the summer, make sure you take advantage of the beautiful pool and work out center nearby at the Nolensville Rec Center. Our RV is supplied with everything you need for camping - just bring your clothes and food! Glamping made easy!
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