A Guide to Nashville, Tennessee, Attractions
Music City Vacation
Enjoy a "Music City Vacation." Let our friendly and experienced staff help you plan a "customized" vacation in Nashville. They will help you see Nashville like you've never seen it before. From tickets to the Grand Ole Opry to tours that suit your special interests, our staff is here to make sure you enjoy yourself while visiting Music City USA.
Nashville Nightlife Dinner Theater
Lively country music variety shows featuring local and nationally recognized artists. All you can eat dinner buffet served prior to the show, or you can see the show only if you wish. The new location is now one mile down Music Valley Drive. To see more about this show visit www.nashvillenightlife.com. Discounted tickets for this show are available at the Campground for your convenience.
Tribute to the King
The Best Elvis Show Around. This is a non-stop, full stage production of The King’s career with over 30 songs and five costume changes. This show always brings a standing ovation from the audience – this is a “don’t miss” attraction. To read more about this show visit www.thenashvilleking.com. For your convenience, tickets for this show are also available at the Campground for a discounted price.
Points of Interest within two hours of Nashville – A Nice Day Trip!
- Jack Daniel Distillery – Lynchburg, TN
- The Corvette Museum – Bowling Green, KY
- Chattanooga Aquarium – Chattanooga, TN
- Rock City – Chattanooga, TN
- Rocket and Science Center – Huntsville, AL
- Tennessee Walking Horse Association – Shelbyville, TN
Graylines and Tommy's Tour offer many exciting tours. Our experienced staff will help you pick one that suits your special interests. Book all tours in our office for your convenience.
There are many antique stores and malls in and around the Nashville area, if antiques are of interest to you. Lebanon, Franklin and Goodletsville are neighboring towns that have an abundance of antique shops. Cannery Row in Nashville also is a great antique mecca for your shopping pleasure. Twice a year, in October and February, Nashville hosts two major antique shows as well.