We recently stayed at Nashville Shores for the second time. Last time, we had enjoyed the nice view of the lake but were very disappointed that the "camper's beach" was disgustingly dirty. We went back hoping that they had cleaned it up. There is no pool here. You would have to pay to use the waterpark or the treetop adventure. On their map they have a "camper's beach", so we went to check it out. On the map they show a lovely beach with chairs, etc. When you get to the beach on the lake, there are signs saying "No swimming". Are they kidding? Why not "swim at your own risk"? We assumed looking at the map that we could swim there. There is a marina where you can rent boats and waverunners. So you can look at the lake but you can't get in it without paying extra. Very annoying. It feels like a money pit staying there.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Nashville Shores RV Campground and Lakeside Cabins are located on beautiful, 14,000-acre Percy Priest Lake just 10 miles from downtown Nashville.The RV campground includes full hookups with sewer and electric (20, 30 and 50 amp), cable and Wi-Fi, two playgrounds, an arcade, a dog park, a totally refurbished bathhouse and laundry, shuffleboard, basketball, Frisbee golf, and other great amenities. The 20 lakeside cabins are perfect for a family looking to escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life or a couple looking for a romantic retreat. Each cabin comes fully-equipped with a modern kitchen, state-of-the-art amenities and gorgeous lake views.A Nashville Shores cabin features air conditioning, leather furniture, Vizio flat screen TV, Whirlpool and Frigidaire appliances, Serta mattresses and more top of the line features. ... more less