State Parks Near Nashville, TN  With RV Camping


The Music City is known its vibrant music scene, great food and southern hospitality, 

But did you know that there are plenty of state parks nearby where you can go RV camping with the whole family?

How much does it cost to camp at Tennessee State Parks?

Its FREE!  All state parks in Tennessee are free to enter. However there maybe some charges for certain activities at the park.

State Parks Near Nashville, TN, with RV Camping



Cedars of Lebanon State Park

This state park is popular for the 15,000 cedar trees that surround the park. It is also a favorite spot for hiking and RV camping.

Long Hunter State Park

Long Hunter State Park is just a short drive from Nashville, TN, and offers RV camping in two campgrounds: Bryant Grove and Sellars Crossing.

Bledsoe Creek State Park

Enjoy RV camping, hiking, biking, fishing, and picnicking in this state park

Edgar Evins State Park

There are 60 RV campsites (many 33’, some 40’) in this state park. You can also go  kayaking, canoeing, boating, and hiking.

Cumberland Mountain State Park

Offers RV camping, as well as cabins and primitive campsites. This park is home to some of the most breathtaking scenery in Tennessee.

Nathan Bedford Forrest State Park

This State Park offers year-round RV and primitive campsites and seasonal backcountry camping.   You can also rent a cabin overlooking the river.

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