Nashville is known for its music scene and history. The Country Music Hall of Fame, RCA Studio B, and the rest of Nashville’s many venues and honky-tonks attract people from around the world. But when it comes to summer fun, there’s no spot in Nashville that beats Nashville Shores, the city’s premier water park. For those coming from out of town, the park also offers rental cabins and RV sites right on the shores of beautiful Percy Priest Lake. Who can argue with enjoying a waterpark campground! Check it out!

Have you ever been to Nashville Shores? If so, which part was your favorite? Would you agree that it is the best waterpark campground in Tennessee? We’d love to read about your experience in the comments section below!

Looking for an even more unique camping experience? You won’t believe this overnight adventure in Tennessee that is guaranteed to take you back in time.

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Out and About in Tennessee

Where can we find small towns in Tennessee?

  • Mountain City is a hidden gem where it actually does get snow every year, drawing folks from all over the state who love the beautiful white stuff.
  • Sweetwater is filled with historic attractions, unique shopping, great restaurants, and more.
  • Ocoee is where you’ll find the beautiful Ocoee Scenic Byway, Lake Ocoee, and lots of great hiking trails.

Read on to learn more about some of the other charming small towns in Tennessee.

Where can we find historic attractions in Tennessee?

  • The Franklin Battlefield in Franklin was the site of the aptly named Battle of Franklin fought in 1864.
  • The Beale Street Historic District in Memphis is widely recognized as the birthplace of the blues and brimming with music venues and other related attractions.
  • The Hermitage in Nashville is the home of Andrew Jackson, the former War of 1812 general and 7th president of the United States.
  • The Montgomery Bell Tunnel in Kingston Springs, built in 1818, is the oldest full-size tunnel in the United States and was built by slaves who probably also used it to help other slaves escape to freedom.
  • Read on to learn more about some of the other interesting historic attractions in Tennessee.


Where can we find river towns in Tennessee?

  • Clifton is a charming little town set alongside the Tennessee River and a big draw for those desiring to get away from it all.
  • Tiptonville, located between the Mississippi River and Blue Basin has managed to maintain its small-town ambiance since its early founding.
  • Nashville, although a big city, is still considered to be a river town, as it sits right along the beautiful Cumberland River.

Read on to learn more about some of the other beautiful river towns in Tennessee.

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