Date of Stay: March, 2016

708 N. Main St., Goodlettsville, TN

www.grandolervresort.com     (615)420-6036

$32.50 – 30 amp/nightly; $195 – 30amp/weekly

$34.50 – 50 amp/nightly; $207.00 – 50amp/weekly

(Please note, rates may have changed since our stay.)

Grand Ole RV Park – Nashville

If you’re looking to see the Nashville attractions, Grand Ole RV Resort is the place to camp! Just minutes away from the Country Music Hall of Fame, the RCA Victor Studio, the “honky-tonk” scene of downtown lower Broadway and of course the Grand Ole Opry, your right in the hub of it all. The resort itself offers lots of fun on-site too.  Live music, karaoke, and home cooked food right off the smoker. Not to mention that the owners are a great bunch of people. Upon our arrival, the staff didn’t just lead us to our site, they helped back us in. No, not just guide us, the guy got in the truck and backed it in! We were so impressed! While there, one of the staff and the owner helped us with a clog in our septic system. We didn’t own a sewer snake at the time (newbie mistake), and Billy asked one of the guys for help. Within a few moments they were at our door with the proper tools, worked out the clog and helped to reset our drainage hose on the support rack for better flow. You can’t ask for better service than that! And their hospitality just kept on… While we were parked there, we visited my sister-in-law in Hendersonville, just about 20 minutes away. We had planned to stay at her house for just a few days leaving the fifth wheel at the campground. Well, our first day with the Bateman clan ended up on Hendersonville Lake.  We had a blast! Right up until the point that I broke my shoulder. Yep, don’t underestimate the power of a loved one when they are trying to keep you from going overboard by grabbing your arm! As Kelley put it, at least I didn’t drown (can’t swim)!   So, we were at the Batemans for a little longer than we expected.  I called the Grand Ole RV Resort and discussed our situation with Sue, the office manager. She was so understanding and more than helpful. The park was busy, but somehow Sue managed to rearrange some reservations so we could extend our stay. We didn’t even have to move to a different site! A true blessing for our circumstances.

The park hosts a convenience store, laundry room and free restrooms/showers.  There is an eatery within the office that offers sandwiches, pizza, salads, barbecue from the smoker in the back and many other dining options.  The spaces are level with a picnic table in the grassy area between sites.  Although there are loads of space between sites, they do situate one RV back to back with another.  Also the train track is very close and can be quite noisy at times.  Nonetheless, we look forward to returning… sans the broken arm!