Camp in Nashville and experience the greener side of the Country Music Capital of the World
Nashville isn’t just home to the country music capital of the world, but is singing with wide open and wooded green spaces to enjoy. Cumberland River runs through the city and much of the surrounding area, offering good smallmouth and largemouth bass fishing, as well as both stand-up paddle boarding, kayaking, and canoeing opportunities. Long Hunter State Park offers year-round wildlife watching, including miles of clean and clear-cut trails, many of which can be biked. To the west of Nashville, active waterfalls can be seen inside Cheatham Wildlife Management Area. Camping near Nashville offers a wide array of options, boating rustic, tent-only, RV, and glamping options. A well known tree house, known as the Music Treehouse, sits perched atop the area’s healthy oak groves, just 13 miles from Downtown. Come to Nashville for the live-music venues, but stay for the sublime, campable greenery.